LionGP was active in the rFactor simulation game from 2007 to 2010. They won the PSRF F1 Championship twice and competed in the Formula SimRacing World Championship PRO against teams like Precision Motorsports and Twister Racing, making them a well-known presence in the gaming community back then.
However, in 2010, they had to stop due to time constraints and other factors.
Fast forward almost 12 years, the LionGP community revived itself, driven by the popularity of LionGP Stickers. This revival led to the creation of LionGP eSports, a team that quickly gained attention for some victories.
LionGP eSports is a Simracing eSports team that has emerged from a community of LionGP enthusiasts, particularly former real-world race drivers, accomplished karting competitors, and automobile enthusiasts. Presently, the team's primary focus lies within the realm of the iRacing simulation. LionGP has garnered notable recognition due to its distinctive wheel stickers, which have found popularity not only in the world of Simracing but also in real motorsport.
While we regard ourselves as an amateur team, our pursuit of increasing professionalism is driven by our motorsport expertise and unwavering passion for competition, despite acknowledging that we have a long journey ahead. Ultimately, our core values are rooted in the enjoyment and enthusiasm we all share when seated in our Simracing rigs. Additionally, we extend driver coaching and setup guidance to our team members, aiming to foster their growth and development.
Furthermore, the team possesses its own kart, a platform through which we aspire to provide young talents with the opportunity to transition from simulation to real-world motorsport or, at the very least, gain valuable insights into the realm.