2017 V8 Supercar Online Premier Series
The 2017 V8 Supercar Online Premier Series was an international motor racing series sanctioned by Oceanic Sim Racing. It was the fourth running of the V8 Supercar Online Premier Series.
Jarrad Filsell claimed his first title.
Teams and drivers
The following fifteen events were scheduled to take place in 2017:
|1||Montreal 250||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve||Montreal, Quebec, Canada||16–19 March|
|2||Dynamic Sim Racing Imola SuperSprint||Imola–Grand Prix||Imola, Emilia-Romagna, Italy||30 March–2 April|
|3||Dynamic Sim Racing Sydney SplitSprint||Oran Park–Grand Prix||Narellan, New South Wales, Australia||26–29 April|
|4||Multi 23 Sunshine 250||Sebring–International||Sebring, Florida, USA||25–28 May|
|5||Multi 23 Miami 250||Homestead–Road Course A||Homestead, Florida, USA||8–11 June|
|6||Multi 23 The Glen SplitSprint||Watkins Glen–Cup||Watkins Glen, New York, USA||22–25 June|
|7||Multi 23 Nürburgring SplitSprint||Nürburgring–BES/WEC||Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany||29 June–2 July|
|8||WP Concreting Okayama 250||Okayama–Full Course||Mimasaka, Okayama, Japan||13–16 July|
|9||West End Mazda Twin Ring SuperSprint||Twin Ring Motegi–East||Motegi, Tochigi, Japan||3–6 August|
|10||West End Mazda California 250||Sonoma–Cup||Sonoma, California, USA||24–27 August|
|11||Hyper Stimulator Phillip Island 500||Phillip Island||Ventnor, Victoria, Australia||7–10 September|
|12||Hyper Stimulator Bathurst 1000||Mount Panorama||Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia||21–24 September|
|13||Hyper Stimulator Road Atlanta 500||Road Atlanta–Full Course||Braselton, Georgia, USA||26–29 October|
|14||West End Mazda Monza SuperSprint||Monza–Grand Prix||Monza, Monza and Brianza, Italy||9–12 November|
|15||Dynamic Sim Racing Elkhart Lake 250||Road America–Full Course||Plymouth, Wisconsin, USA||30 November–3 December|
Round 2 was originally scheduled to be a SplitSprint race, but was changed and swapped format with round 3 due to technical difficulties caused by iRacing update.
Results and standings
SuperSprint race 2 pole position determined by drivers' second best time in qualifying; SplitSprint race 2 pole position determined by finishing order of race 1.  Imola SplitSprint race 2 pole position determined by drivers' best time in second qualifying due to technical difficulties caused by iRacing update.
Points were awarded to every driver that finishes 50% race distance. The points were evenly split across the four different race types: Standard, Enduro, Super Sprint, and Split Sprint.
In the event that not all cars completed the half race distance, the winner of the next split will receive the points for the next position. eg. 36 cars finished in top split. Split Two winner is awarded the points for 37th.
|Super Sprint||Race One||100||96||92||90||88||86||84||82||80||78||76||74||72||70||68||66||64||62||60||58||56||54||52||50||48||46||44||42||40||38||36||34||32||30||28||26||24||22||20||18|
|Split Sprint||Race One||150||144||138||135||132||129||126||123||120||117||114||111||108||105||102||99||96||93||90||87||84||81||78||75||72||69||66||63||60||57||54||51||48||45||42||39||36||33||30||27|
10 points penalty will apply for every 15 incidents:
0–14 incident points: no penalty
15–29 incident points: -10
30–44 incident points: -20
45–59 incident points: -30
A total of 3 drops rounds will be available. The 12 best results for the season will count towards the Drivers and Teams championships. All 3 Endurance races will count towards the Enduro Cup.
The final round of the series will not be able to be used as a drop round.
Hyper Stimulator Enduro Cup