F1 Pro Esports Championship Race 6 Spa Results

The F1 Pro Esports Championship visited Spa for race 6 in the championship. With the halfway point of the season reached, some will be celebrating.

Race 6 of the F1 Pro Esports Championship took place at Spa and as the mid season point has now been reached, certain teams and drivers can go into the break with positivity whilst for some, the journey is getting tougher.

Spa put on another great show for the greatest sim racing drivers in the F1 Pro Esports Championship, Red Bull racing esports team has surely found the winning formula as Frede Rasmussen stood on the top step again.

Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Esports Team driver and defending champion Jarno Opmeer took the runners up prize with FDA Ferrari team David Tonniza breathing a sigh of relief and getting third place.

Ferrari FDA desperately needed this as the past rounds had not been going to plan. Tonizza needs a strong team mate to support the efforts of Ferrari.

In light of how the teams and drivers are doing in the championship, it shows that Red Bull is the most consistent team, whilst not leading the driver’s championship they are now equaled with Mercedes in the constructor’s championship after hard charging and winning rounds previously.

Rasmussen and keifer are showing they are the perfect team sitting 3rd and 4th in the driver’s title standings. Opmeer for Mercedes is leading, but his tail gunner Moreno at some point will need to come into action to help defend Opmeer’s lead.

Lucas Blakely is flying the flag for Aston Martin F1 Cognizant Esports Team sitting second in the championship but could only muster P6 at Spa. Longuet for Alpine finished P5 but seems to be fading after a strong start to the season.

Haas fans, look away, its not pretty as even the esports team cannot score any points in the championship. Tough times all around which is reflective in the sim racing world.

Catch up on all the racing action at SPA for Race 6

Championship standings after 6 races and the halfway season point

Your winner and results for race 6 at Spa

Race 7 will commence on November 24th at Portimao

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F1 Esports events have achieved over 40 million views across TV and digital, in the last 18 months, and this popularity led to a record number of people attempting to be a part of this year’s Pro Exhibition, with almost half a million taking part in qualification.

Qualification for next year’s competition is now open through a challenge in the official F1 2021 video game, with the first event live until 31st October.

If you would like to find out more information on how to take part in the F1 Esports Series and for more information on the Pro Championship presented by Aramco, visit www.f1esports.com

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.

To purchase visit: Buy F1® 2021 The Official Videogame – An Electronic Arts Site (ea.com)