F1 Esports Series Pro Championship drivers and schedule announced

Justin Melillo
F1 Esports Series Pro Championship drivers and schedule announced

During the F1 Esports Series Pro Championship Preview Show on Wednesday, all 10 teams revealed their three drivers for the 2021 season.

Many familiar names return for another season while others have advanced in through the qualifications and exhibitions. A total of 10 new drivers were scouted through the Pro Exhibition.

Here the 30 F1 2021 drivers announced for the season listed below, plus the 2021 schedule.

Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN F1 Esports30Simon WeigangGerman
38Filip PrešnajderSlovakian
73Thijmen SchütteDutch
Scuderia AlphaTauri Esports Team51Joni TörmäläFinnish
13Sebastian JobBritish
28Dario IemmuloItalian
Alpine Esports Team40Nicolas LonguetFrench
8Fabrizio DonosoChilean
80Patrik SiposHungarian
Aston Martin Cognizant Esports Team88Lucas BlakelyBritish
92Daniele HaddadItalian
79Shanaka ClayBritish
FDA Esports Team95David TonizzaItalian
72Brendon LeighBritish
29Domenico LoveceItalian
Uralkali Haas F1 Team Esports2Cedric ThoméGerman
15Samuel LibeertFrench
48Matthjs van ErvenDutch
McLaren Shadow12Daniel BereznayHungarian
20Bardia BoroumandIranian
52Josh IdowuBritish
Mercedes-AMG Petronas Esports Team34Jarno OpmeerDutch
26Dani MorenoSpanish
94Bono HuisDutch
Red Bull Racing Esports24Marcel KieferGerman
19Frederik RasmussenDanish
59Liam ParnellGerman
Williams Esports21Álvaro CarretónSpanish
53Michael RomanidisGreek
23Alessio Di CapuaItalian

Each team will be trying to grab their piece of the $750,000 purse over the course of the 12-race season. Portimao and Imola have joined the schedule for the first time in the five year series history.

The first event starts on the week of 13th October. The season starts at Bahrain where Jarno Opmeer will look to start his defense of the title from 2020, this time with a new team. Red Bull Racing Esports will look to do the same on the Constructor’s side of things.

Check out the announcements for each team below!

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