Williams Esports Le Mans Virtual Series Round 4 Sebring 500 Miles

Williams Esports Le Mans Virtual Series Round 4 Sebring 500 Miles

Williams Esports will be going all out in the Le Mans Virtual Series round 4 race at the Sebring 500 Miles today.

Its race day for the Le Mans Virtual Series as Williams Esports are ready for action in the Sebring 500 Miles today. After some unfortunate technical issues in Round One at Bahrain, both the Mercedes-AMG Team Williams Esports and the Williams Esports entries fought back in Rounds Two and Three to set up a great race at the Sebring 500 mile event.

The #53 Mercedes-AMG Williams achieved a good result, finishing the race in P6 last time out at Spa. The line-up of Kuba Brzeziński, Niko Wisniewski and Michael Romanidis is broken up for this event, with pro driver Raffaele Marciello taking the seat of Romanidis. For LMVS, you must have pro drivers take part in at least one race, and Marciello is fulfilling that role for the Mercedes-AMG Williams Esports team.

Earlier this year, Marciello won the Fanatec Esports GT Pro Series Championship, helping Team Akkodis gain valuable points as they went on to win the GT World Challenge. Williams brought esports drivers to four of the events where they coached Team Akkodis on the virtual tracks.

The #5 Williams Esports car of Jack Keithley, Petar Brljak and Martin Štefanko will look to bounce back after a tough time out at Spa. Returning to the team is Sami-Matti Trogen, who like Marciello, will represent the team as a pro driver. Williams is confident going to Sebring, where the team won last year. Having finished second overall in last year’s LMVS, missing out on the overall title by 0.5 points, and having previously won the inaugural Le Mans Virtual 24hrs in 2020. With the pace shown by both cars so far, as long as the team can avoid technical issues, both cars expect to be fighting for the podium.

Williams is confident going to Sebring, where the team won last year. Having finished second overall in last year’s LMVS, missing out on the overall title by 0.5 points, and having previously won the inaugural Le Mans Virtual 24hrs in 2020. With the pace shown by both cars so far, as long as the team can avoid technical issues, both cars expect to be fighting for the podium.