Levi dominates Assetto Corsa's inaugural RaceDepartment League to take the Championship crown with two races remaining. Sun Levi has laid down the gauntlet with a commanding string of drives during the first league to be run at RaceDepartment using Assetto Corsa in the RD-Virtual Formula Abarth Championship. The league consists of seven rounds, five of which have now been completed. Of those five races, Levi has won every single race, achieving fastest lap of the race on four occasions, won pole position three times and achieved a Grand Chelem (Pole, Fastest lap, lead every lap and race win) on three occasions including back-to-back Grand Chelem's at Imola and the Nurburgring GP. The latter was a truly dominant drive, as he lead every session of the weekend, and during the race was, on average, half a second per lap faster than his next closest rival, eventually going on to win the race by just over 10 seconds, which for a spec-series is a considerable margin. Round 5 took place at Silverstone GP, and was a closer than usual affair for Levi as he was never more than a few seconds ahead of Chris Stacey and Justin Talent. However, it all looked to be under control, and when he needed it, he found the extra few tenths of a second required to extend the gap to the cars behind. With driver error being the only real threat for him, this race never really looked in doubt. Still haven't got Assetto Corsa yet? Pick it up from the RaceDepartment store for cheaper than you'll find it for on Steam, just 34.99 EUR! As the RD-VFAC draws to a close with the final two rounds taking place at the majestic Spa-Francorchamps and the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Levi will no doubt be gunning to take a clean-sweep by winning both races to put the finishing touches on his near perfect season. If his pace in the previous five rounds is anything to go by, then he'll be more than capable of doing so, provided his race is incident free. With the RD-VFAC being an Oceania server-based league, the majority of drivers are Australian-based, including the newly-crowned champ, however there are also a few European and American drivers competing, and with Australian drivers not typically thought of as the quickest sim-racers, the dominance shown by Levi has come as somewhat of a surprise when you consider the strength and competitiveness of the field. Whilst Levi himself admits that two of his race wins at Round 1 in Vallelunga, and Round 4 at Mugello have come as a result of 'luck' falling in his favour, his consistent presence among the front runners placed him in a position to be within striking distance of taking the race win, which is exactly what he did on both occasions, and in motorsport, both real and virtual, you make your own luck. To find out more about the RD-VFAC click here, and how you can get involved in future Assetto Corsa leagues, make sure you keep an eye on the Leagues section of the Assetto Corsa sub-forum.