The V10 R-League is an unforgiving environment, where every small mistake or lack of preparation is punished.
As we approach race day on Wednesday, we take a look at the match-ups coming this week.
With 10 teams vying for the title, what races should we be looking out for?
BMW vs JAESA Suzuki
The German side has already achieved an easy victory over Williams, and another 4-0 win would practically already see them in the semi-finals.
Suzuki on the other hand suffered a 0-4 loss at the hands of Williams and had Week 2 off to lick their wounds and come back fighting.
However, Suzuki will be no pushovers and will relish the opportunity to produce an upset on Wednesday.
Aston Martin vs Red Bull
Aston Martin has been the powerhouse so far this season. Following wins against YAS Heat and R8G Esports, the team is looking incredibly strong. Blakeley in particular has been putting in very strong performances for the racing green team.
Red Bull unfortunately has had a different start to the season. Following a no-race in week 1 the team took a 0-4 loss against Redline.
The Red Bull team, however, has some serious talent on board and will have been practicing to prevent a repeat of week 2.
R8G Esports vs YAS Heat
R8G Esports had a difficult opening week against Aston Martin and suffered a 4-0 loss as a result.
YAS Heat is in a similar situation but has also managed to secure some points so far.
With small mistakes costing them even more points, they may well be in for a win this Wednesday.
Williams vs McLaren Shadow
Williams will be looking for a bounce-back this week, after an opening 4-0 win was followed by a 1-3 loss to BMW.
Their extra year of experience should give them what they need to stay out in front, but the match-up will still be a tough one.
McLaren Shadow will be after the same, following a week of small mistakes which cost them a win and the much-needed 3 points.
How to watch
Fans in the UK & Ireland will be able to watch this match for FREE on BTSport.com at 4pm BST on Tuesday, 27 April.
Those in the USA can catch all the action at 6pm EST on ESPN3 on Tuesday, 27 April. Thanks to their expanded coverage this season, fans in the Netherlands, Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Oceania can watch the next day on ESPN.
Check local listings for exact times!
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