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.
Ferrari have signed a new driver days after the F1 Esports Pro Draft, where they picked up Italian gamer David Tonzilla. A third driver is soon to be named.
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.
Mick Schumacher says he feels honoured to be compared to seven-time F1 champion and father Michael Schumacher and sees no problem with it.
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc admits that he is solely focused on the job at hand and not think about the emotions of driving for the Scuderia
Chinese driver Guanyu Zhou joins the Renault Sport Racing Drivers' Academy and becomes the F1 teams' Development driver for the 2019 season.
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