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Formula 1 2021 Pro Esports Championship Rounds 4 & 5

Formula 1 2021 Pro Esports Championship Rounds 4 & 5

The Formula 1 pro Esports championship is back in the fast lane for rounds 4 and 5. Silverstone and Monza are on the cards in quick succession 27/10/21.

After a short break, the Formula 1 pro Esports championship returns in quick fire succession with Silverstone and Monza back to back today.

With the series heading into its 4th and fifth round, the halfway marker for the season will be at Spa tomorrow (28/10/21) for round 6.

Jarno Opmeer is holding a commanding lead in the championship whilst his Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Esports Team is riding high in the championship.

As we know with racing, things can change, and change fast as teams fight to get their hands on a share of the $750,000 prize.

How will the next rounds play out as the rapid fire series continues? Tune in via the official details below and enjoy.

Championship standings after 3 rounds


Tune in for live coverage:



Time (BST)


Wednesday 27 October

Qualifying Show 1
(featuring Quali. 1 highlights and Quali. 2 live)

15:30 – 16:45

Twitch & YouTube

Evening Show 1
(featuring Quali. 1 and Quali. 2 highlights, Race 1 re-run and Race 2)

19:30 – 21:00

TV & Online

Thursday 28 October

Qualifying Show 2
(featuring Qualifying 3 live)

15:30 – 16:45

Twitch & YouTube

Evening Show 2
(featuring Quali/Race 1 and Quali/Race 2 highlights, Quali. 3 highlights and Race 3)

19:30 – 21:00

TV & Online

Here is what some of the drivers have thought of the season so far

Marcel Kiefer – Red Bull

“The level of competitiveness is definitely super high this year. One of the new guys that has come in Bari Boroumand is super quick and I would already rate him as one of the fastest on the grid.

What he’s done in league racing and his raw pace is super fast.

There are definitely a few additions to the grid that are super quick. The speed of everyone probably does mean that it is more competitive than last year.”

Lucas Blakeley – Aston Martin

“We have got a lot more things right this year from the beginning.

I’ve put a lot of work in personally in the off season for months and months, not necessarily on the F1 game.

I focussed on utilising every aspect that would help me to go quick and that doesn’t necessarily mean improving lines into corners.

I’ve been optimising every area that I physically can and I’ve become a more complete driver.”

Sebastian Job – Alpha Tauri

“The one thing I’ve learnt is to surround yourself with people that are better than you and then you can learn from them.

That’s what I’ve done coming to a new game, I’m surrounded by people that are better than me at this game and it gives me the perfect way to improve.

The speed at which I’m improving is really promising and that’s because of my teammates.”

Josh Idowu – McLaren

“We’re looking very strong [heading into Event 2], in particular Bari [Boroumand] who had some crazy pace from the first event.

Especially in qualifying which I would say is the hardest part. Once he can get it together in the race, I would expect a lot of wins from him.”

F1 2021 Game

F1 2021 is the official video game of the 2021 Formula One and Formula 2 Championships developed by Codemasters and published by EA Sports. It is the fourteenth title in the F1 series by Codemasters and the first in the series published by Electronic Arts under its EA Sports division since F1 Career Challenge in 2003.



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