Three teams grabbed victory in the second round of the 2019 F1 Esports Series, whilst Ferrari's David Tonizza resumes his lead in the drivers' table.
The 2019 F1 Esports Series started with Ferrari making a dream debut with David Tonizza winning two of the three races; Frederik Rasmussen won the first live race.
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.
Ahead of the 2019 F1 Esports Pro Draft, The Checkered Flag looks back at last year's Draft and determine whether the picks were a hit, a miss or a meh choice.
Alfa Romeo Racing F1 Esports have announced their line-up for the 2019 F1 Esports Series, including runner-up Daniel Bereznay and eRoc champion James Baldwin.
A Record breaking 109,000 participants attempted to qualify for the 2019 F1 Esports Pro Draft, where ten official F1 teams will select their drivers for the season.