In round three of the 2022 F1 Esports Championship, held at Silverstone on Friday night, Frede Rasmussen recorded his first win of the season, find out the standings and results
The Red Bull driver, who took his 11th victory in the home of British motorsport on Friday night, is the most successful in the championship in terms of race wins.
Lucas Blakeley, who established himself as the early favorite in the championship after winning the first two races on Wednesday and Thursday, and the excellent Thomas Ronhaar finished in his wake. Blakeley started the race from pole position and would turn that into victory.
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The F1 Esports Championship consists of 12 rounds, which are divided into four events. Each event lasts three nights.
Race one, which included the first three rounds, gave us a good idea of who could be in contention for the championship and who still has work to do. Blakeley currently holds the title after a strong start to the season.
Blakeley won in Bahrain and Imola before cementing his lead with a Friday night podium at Silverstone, although it is still early days and a lot can still happen.
Although he’s switched from an Aston Martin to a McLaren Shadow for this season, it’s about the best start he could have hoped for. However, he is aware that there are several riders in the peloton who are capable of catching him.
Pole and win on silverstone👍still a lot of work to do to find more speed
— Frederik Rasmussen (@G2Frede) September 16, 2022
Rasmussen is undoubtedly one of them as he constantly competes at the front of the pack. Ronhaar, who was mentioned earlier, also appears to be a serious threat due to the incredible speed he displayed on a specific lap.
Although he had a rocky start given his extremely high standards, defending champion Jarno Opmeer should not be overlooked either. He will try to find some rhythm in the weeks leading up to the second round.
However, the current classification of the two championships puts Blakeley and McLaren in control.
The second F1 Esports competition will be held in Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands and will start on October 12.
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