F1 Esports Series Pro Championship returns in 2022 with revised format

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F1 Esports Pro Championship is back in action and will make its debut on September 14th, 2022 and all the players will be competing against each other for a hefty prize pool of $750,000. 

Four events will be held with qualifying and the race for each round will take place on standalone days as the new season will start from  Sakhir International Circuit on Wednesday and will be followed by the trips to Imola and Silverstone on Thursday and Friday. 

Every qualifying race will be telecasted live on distinct platforms like  F1 YouTube, Twitch, and Huya and the main race will be telecasted on the same platform along with Facebook. 

Television giant broadcasters like SkySports F1, Viaplay and ESPN will also show live action of distinct games. 

“We’re very excited about the new season of the F1 Esports Series Pro Championship and its growing success, and with so many promising big moves and intriguing driver shifts on the grid, we can’t wait to kick off the season and get racing,” said Brandon Snow, Managing Director, Commercial at Formula 1.

As always, we want to thank our partners Aramco, DHL, and Fanatec for their continued support which enables us to bring elite sim-racing to an increasing number of fans around the world.” 

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Serial Number Date  Round 1 Circuit Driver
1 14th September 2022 1 Sakhir, Bahrain Nicolas Longuet
2 15th September 2022 2 Imola, Italy Tomasz Poradzisz
3 16th September 2022 3 Silverstone, Great Britain Dani Bereznay
4 12th October 2022 4 Red Bull Ring, Austria Joni Tormala
5 13th October 2022 5 Spa, Belgium Sebastian Job
6 14th October 2022 6 Zandvoort, Netherlands Josh Idowu
7 15th October 2022 7 Monza, Italy Luke Smith
8 16th October 2022 8 Mexico City, Mexico Filip Presnajder
9 2nd November 2022 9 Austin, USA Patrik Sipos
10 3rd November 2022 10 Suzuka, Japan John Evans
11 4th November 2022 11 Interlagos, Brazil Manuel Biancolilla
12 14th December 2022 12 Suzuka, Japan Simon Weigang
13 15th December 2022 13 Interlagos, Brazil David Tonizza

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