The F1 Pro Esports Championship returns after the mid season break and is ready to hit the track for rounds 7 & 8 on November 24th with a double header.
Rounds 7 & 8 of the F1 Pro Esports Championship is on the horizon and ready to kick off on November 24th with Portimao and Zandvoort scheduled for a grueling double header.
So far in the championship, we have seen impressive drives and battles for the teams and individual drivers.
Like all great racing, motorsport or virtual, you cannot rest on your past success and think everything will be fine. The championship is not over until mathematically you have no rivals to take the title and be crowned champion.
So, with the drivers having been away from the championship racing since October 28th how has the break been for the teams and drivers. Will we see the relentless testing pay off or will complacency get the better of people who think all will be fine?
There is only one way to find out and that is by tuning into the live streams and cheering on your favourite teams and drivers. But before we get to that, let’s recap on the standings after the midway point of the championship.
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