It's race day people! Find out the schedule, who's racing and how to watch the Thrustmaster 12 Hours of Suzuka for the fifth round of the 2017 RDLMS by Vesaro. The RaceDepartment Le Mans Series by Vesaro is an endurance racing series inspired by the European Le Mans Series (ELMS), uses rFactor 2 and the Enduracers Endurance Series mod and features no less than 40 teams, 13 different manufacturers and over 150 drivers! After a great deal of preparation by the stewards, organisers, teams and drivers themselves it's now finally that very special moment, the one everyone has been working towards... RACE DAY! You can watch the action unfold live and exclusive with professional commentary from 12:50 GMT for full coverage of the Thrustmaster 12 Hours of Suzuka, the fifth round of the biggest RaceDepartment endurance racing series. The new Suzuka Spotter Guide can be found HERE. So how can you watch the action yourself, and be in with a shout at winning some amazing and very expensive sim racing prizes? Well as you may already know, we are exceptionally proud to partner up with quality peripheral manufacturers Vesaro and Thrustmaster this season, who between them have generously put up on offer nearly 10,000 eu worth of superb prizes for the drivers and fans of the series to win this year! You can read the specific prize details on the Vesaro announcement HERE and the Thrustmaster announcement HERE. For those of you wanting the large PDF version of the poster in this article, you can download it HERE. Basically in order to be in with a shout at winning something very special indeed all our viewers need to do is follow and subscribe to our Youtube channel and watch our thrilling action packed broadcasts, which will be live streamed with professional commentary. Round four, the Thrustmaster Six Hours of Road America will be live and exclusive Saturday 7th October on our YouTube channel from 12:00 GMT. The Session timetable can be seen below: 10:55 | Race server reboot 11:00 | Official practice & Briefing (no duplicate cars allowed from this point) 11:40 | GT qualifying (30 minutes) 12:10 | Qualifying switch-over (5 minutes) 12:15 | Prototype qualifying (30 minutes) 12:45 | Warm-up 13:00 | Race start [Saturday 7th October] (in-game: 13:00 / 1:00 PM) 01:00 | Race ends [Sunday 8th October] (in-game: 01:00 / 1AM) All times are posted in GMT.