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F1 Esports Series: torneo ufficiale online di Formula 1

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Mancano poche ore ormai alla finalissima del torneo F1 Esports Series, che incoronerà i piloti virtuali più veloci in ambito Formula 1. La finale di Londra, che si disputerà con l'F1 2017 targato Codemasters, sarà trasmessa in diretta (visibile anche qui sotto) a partire dalle ore 20 italiane. Qui di seguito la classifica dei top 10 dopo le varie giornate del Pro Draft, purtroppo priva di piloti italiani.

Three Driver Assessment days are over – and the top 40 drivers from 2018 F1 Esports qualifying are now waiting to find our their fate at the inaugural F1 Esports Series Pro Draft on Monday 9 July.
The drivers were put through their paces through a variety of physical and mental challenges at Silverstone over the last three days under the watchful eyes of scouts and assessment teams from the nine official F1 Esports teams.

On Monday, the teams will make their choices from the pool of drivers at a star-studded creaming at the Gfinity Arena in London, where Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly will be in attendance. Then its all systems go into the 2018 F1 Esports Pro Series for the rest of the year.
Wednesday’s opening day of assessments was all about the SIM racing. Finland’s Joni Tormala finished on top after dominant displays in the heats, semi-final and final. Cem Bolukbasi and Tini Nakkarinen rounded off the overall SIM racing podium to put themselves in a strong position heading into their second day in front of the judges. The first day ended with an F1-related quiz, which saw the 40 drivers split into teams.
On Thursday, after a morning spent walking the Silverstone track, the focus shifted to the physical aspect of eSports racing. The drivers were assessed over a number of tasks, including a driver reaction wall, a team pit stop challenge and a more general fitness assessment.

Bolukbasi again starred here, forming part of the winning pit stop team alongside Jan Fehler and Floris Wijers, while also claiming a top ten spot on the driver reaction wall. The overall winner on the wall was Sweden’s Kimmy Larsson, whose incredible winning score of 4282 was more than 10% higher than his nearest rival.
The final day saw a highly-competitive and highly-entertaining day of karting at the Daytona Karting Centre in nearby Milton Keynes. Tension was palpable as the drivers looked to take advantage of their final chance to impress the judges before Monday’s Pro Draft.
Top of the timesheets was Dominik Hofmann, with a scorching fastest lap of 1:09.757, finishing ahead of Graham Carroll in (P2) and Bolukbasi (P3). Another strong showing from Bolukbasi across yet another discipline means that he will enter the Pro Draft on Monday as the highest overall rated driver. Will he become the first number one pick in the history of the F1 Esports Pro Draft? Watch the action live.

TOP TEN DRIVERS OVERALL: PRO DRAFT ASSESSMENTS DAYS
1 Cem Bolukbasi (Turkey)
2 Patrick Holzmann (Germany)
3 Frederik Rasmussen (Denmark)
4 Joni Tormala (Finland)
5 Tino Naukkarinen (Finland)
6 Allert Van Der Wal (Holland)
7 Olli Pahkala (Finland)
8 Dominik Hofmann (Austria)
9 Sonuc Saltunc (North Cyprus)
10 Isaac Price (Great Britain)

Guarda il video live di F1Esports su www.twitch.tv

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End222

Non se li fila nessuno, hanno sbagliato alla grande la scelta del gioco con cui fare il torneo.

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F1 Esports reveals drivers selected to compete in Pro Series

https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2018/7/f1-esports-reveals-drivers-selected-to-compete-in-pro-series.html

Max Verstappen, F1 Driver Red Bull Racing said:
“I’ve recently got back into gaming and I know some of these guys and know how talented they are. It’s very exciting and you can see lots of sports embracing Esports - so it’s great that F1 are doing it as well.”

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Lele "NightRider" Albanes

Che enorme buffonata sto torneo. E' la dimostrazione di quanto può succedere se il sim racing viene gestito male. 

L'impressione è che alla FIA non importi un fico secco del lato sportivo ma si voglia solo fare pubblicità fra i gamers e non abbia alcuna intenzione di rendere professionale l'approccio. 

Io ho l'impressione che fra un po avremo una netta divisione(o meglio...si ritorni..) fra gamers e sim drivers. Ai grossi team e alle federazioni interessano i gamers,ormai pare chiaro mentre alle "piccole" realtà(tipo Blancpain series) interessino più i sim drivers. Va da se che i primi sono molti di più dei secondi.  Lo si può vedre anche con l'approccio della nuova serie McLaren dove alcuni si possono qualificare giocando dal...cellulare!!!! Cioè...io capisco che loro cerchino di ampliare la base ma mi chiedo come si possa paragonare chi passa ore e ore ad affinare guida,setup dell'auto e magari è pure in un team con un ragazzini seduto su una panchina con un cellulare in mano. Mi sembra una enorme insalatona di interessi,motivazioni,superficialità e illusione. Io lo dico da sempre che quando i "grossi" entrano in un settore non lo fanno mai per il bene del settore stesso ma solo per un loro interesse e come si vede da queste gare di F1 anche stavolta ci ho visto giusto. 

 

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F1 eSports 2018 line-up

Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport 
Brendon Leigh, Harry Jacks, Patryk Krutyi, Daniel Bereznay

Red Bull Racing eSports 
Joni Tormala, Graham Carroll

Renault Sport Team Vitality 
Sven Zurner, Kimmy Larsson, James Doherty

Haas F1 
Martin Stefanko, Michal Smidl Hype Energy

eForce India 
Fabrizio Donoso Delgado, Mads Sorensen, Marcel Kiefer

McLaren Shadow 
Olli Pahkala, Bono Huis, Enzo Bonito

Toro Rosso 
Cem Bolukbasi, Patrick Holzmann Sauber Salih Saltunc, Allert van der Wal, Sonuc Saltunc

Williams eSports 
Tino Naukkarinen

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With F1 currently on its summer break, thoughts inevitably turn to the remainder of the season and what is coming up in the autumn – and it’s no different in the world of F1 Esports, with the most exciting weeks of the year still to come.

While the likes of Mercedes EsportsMcLaren Shadow and Hype Energy eForce India have confirmed and announced their esports teams in the press, the other six official F1 teams are in the process of finalising theirs ahead of the 2018 Pro Series Championship. At the Pro Series Championship, the esports drivers will compete in a series of virtual races on the official F1 video game, F1® 2018 by Codemasters for the honour of becoming the 2018 F1 Esports Driver World Champion. They will also be fighting for their F1 team to be crowned the 2018 F1 Esports Team Champion, mirroring the accolades on the grid.

So what is on the agenda over the next few weeks, F1 Esports-wise? Here’s a quick rundown of the main things to look out for:

Documentary Series – 2018 F1 Esport Series: The Story Of The Pro Draft

  • Our documentary series going behind the scenes at the first ever F1 Esports Series Pro Draft continues (aired on the official F1 Facebook page and select TV broadcasters)
  • Click here for an episode guide
  • Episode 2: 22 August, 2000 BST
  • Episode 3: 5 September, 2000 BST
  • Episode 4: 22 September, 2000 BST

F1 Esports Pro Series Championship Live Events: Autumn 2018

  • The three championship events that will comprise the 2018 F1 Esports Pro Series Championship will take place in October and November in London
  • All details including the times and where to watch it, will be announced in the coming weeks – watch this space
  • All three events to be broadcast live online and on select TV broadcasters
  • Nine official F1 Esports teams will be competing for the title

Stay tuned for more updates on the 2018 F1 Esports Pro Series Championship at f1esports.com

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