Wojciech Swirydowicz took the BSR Pro Series Championship tonight with a race to spare, taking the win in the 134th round of the championship to take the crown.
The Polish driver from the SimRacer team had stayed incredibly consistent throughout the season, very rarely being in a position where there was major trouble, he took the third race win of the evening, scoring the win at Daytona Road ahead of both title rivals, Daniel Craft and David Baker across the line.
Elsewhere in the amateur championship, Matthew Bunn also took the championship with a race to go, edging the likes of Paul Smith and Roy Vervaeke.
The 135 race championship went all around the houses in 2016 which saw many a different winner with reverse grids aplenty, action, contact and so much more at almost every track on the iRacing service.
It will also be safe to say that the BSR is looking to strengthen up next year with the Pro series, World Series, MX-5 series and others in the pipeline moving on forward.
It is always a difficult series when you start from one end of the year to the other with minimal breaks, and to stay that consistent over a year shows skill, dedication and a willingness to stick at a fickle car like the Kia Optima.
Critics can now be silenced knowing that Swirydowicz is a two time champion and now the target is placed firmly on his back. Swirydowicz is the new champion, and now, it's catch him if you can.