The 2019 F1 Esports Series kicks off on the 11th September, where ten official F1 teams will aim to win a large portion of the $500,000 prize money.
Veloce Esports’ James Baldwin wins the eROC at the Race of Champions in Mexico, beating F1 Esports champion Brendon Leigh to the title.
Two-time F1 Esports Champion Brendon Leigh will Feature as one of four gamers in the eROC event in Mexico, to earn a spot in the Race of Champions.
Brendon Leigh retains his F1 Esports Crown by winning the 2018 F1 New Balance Esports Pro Series at the GFinity Arena in London, as Mercedes AMG Petronas Esports wins the first teams’ championship.
Merecdes Esports’ Brendon Leigh and Daniel Bereznay were victorious in the second round of the 2018 F1 Esports Series, but all three races had its fair share of incidents with Toro Rosso’s Frederik Rasmussen
Olli Pahkala and Bono Huis have been selected to represent McLaren Shadow in the First round of the 2018 F1 New Balance Esports Pro Series, which starts on Wednesday 10th October.
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Lando Norris says playing racing simulators and eSports have played a ‘significant’ role in his journey to becoming a McLaren F1 driver for 2019.
Veloce Esports’ James Baldwin wins the eROC Invitational event, beating Joni Tormala to earn a spot at the Race of Champions in Mexico.
Reigning F1 Esports Champion Brendon Leigh starts the 2018 Esports Series with two wins, as a thrilling race in Baku saw Frederik Rasmussen for Toro Rosso snatch the win away from Leigh moments before the finish line.
McLaren Shadow have announced the signing of Enzo Bonito and Bono Huis for the second season of the F1 eSports Series. The pair will join alongside Olli Pahkala in the team.