The excitement of F1 Esports races reaches every day more places, and this competition has not only become relevant just because of the large cash incentives but for the adrenaline that has injected the followers in less than half of the season throughout the events.
In addition, it should be noted that the 3 cohorts of runners (PS4, Xbox One and PC) will have the opportunity to be selected by one of the 10 official F1 Esports teams, a fundamental fact that attracts more viewers to the world of simracing every day.
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So, below you can see a brief review of the third race of the season, where the Xbox category seems to go in good direction.
Despite the heavy rain that welcomed the qualifiers, the session was able to culminate with success and many surprises. Thijmen Schütte, made a great effort on pole that did not help him to keep the ticket that would lead him to win it, but despite this, he was able to overcome in a fairly even race and took the victory.
Schütte, became the first repeat winner of PS4 races.
As reflected in the table, Kedon Lutt continues with his dominance, a fact that he demonstrated by sweeping from pole. La Naour looked like the winner; during the final part of the race he held fast to the lead most of the time with Lutt very close to the rear-view mirrors, but finally the latter was able to take a monumental turn on lap eight and took the win.
The pole of event 3 was claimed by Alessio di Capua, who was imminent for much of the stage. When the action began, the first 5 places were very even for a few fractions of seconds, with Nicolás Mateo, Josh Idowu, Rubén Vallejo and di Capua at the top.
Finally, the peak stage of the race took a turn with the momentum of Mateo, who took the victory ahead of Idowu.
After the aforementioned date disputed the last week of February, it will be at the end of March when the action of F1 returns to the virtual world.
Written by | Osward Rubio