Last week saw the beginning of the first Virtual BMW M235i Racing Cup, in Assetto Corsa; the inaugural race of the season was held at the historic and famous Silverstone. This week we bring you Round 2 of this popular, hotly contested league from another circuit in the UK, with a history that goes back even further - Donington Park. Once again, due to the sheer amount of interest that this championship has received, races shall be ran across two servers to accommodate the grid. The event shall be on Wednesday 10th June 2015, and there will as always be a live web stream for viewers across the world. Castle Donington, the home of Donington Park, is situated in the Midlands which has a heritage in motoring and motorsport. The track was the first permanent park circuit in England, and hosted the '93 European Grand Prix and the MotoGP until 2009, since which it has most notably been a part of the BTCC, WTCC, and SBK calendars. And this Wednesday it will see 39 BMWs, split across two grids, and their adrenaline-fuelled, petrol-head drivers take to the track and battle it out for chance to be on the podium! The National Circuit is slightly shorter - by 540 metres - than the GP Circuit, and is the layout of choice for this round of the VBRC. The format for this event will be a single 32-lap race, following a 15 minute shakedown session to determine the grid order. Once again we're hoping for an action packed evening of close fought racing! Watch the live stream on Wednesday! We will be bringing you full, live coverage of qualifying and the race, with commentary courtesy of R.J. O'Connell, from 18:45 GMT onwards. You will be able to watch the event live, and also join in with the conversation, on our live stream page featuring the popular chat-box. Round 1 @ Silverstone - Race Recap The first race of the season brought us all of the excitement that we expected, and has very much set the precedent for the remainder of the championship. Risks were taken, overtakes were performed, enemies were made; there is nothing more that could have been asked for from the first round. Noted championship hopefuls, Hani Alsabti, Jack Keithley and Niki Djakovic traded places and paint for the duration of the race, and scrapped in a no love lost battle for the top spot. However, incidents that occurred during the on-track brawls resulted in all three being issued penalties post-race; they finished 21st, 20th and 4th respectively. This left the door open for Akis Kevrekidis and his team mate Stelios Fevgatos who drive for the Double Dragon team, after which there was a 9 second gap to 3rd place claimed by Ross Balfour for RPM. Meanwhile, on the second server the podium places were claimed by Adrian Campfield (Walk Racing), Kevin Ascher (RPM), Pavel Suchacek (czAC Racing Team). More information can be found in the final results and standings tables following Round 1. Don't forget to check out the the full entry list of teams and drivers, as well as further details about the upcoming race.