WATCH: Formula Pro Series Round 5, Zandvoort Live
As we approach the final stretch in the inaugural Formula Pro Series championship, Bono Huis seems planted at the top of the Driver’s standings, but Team Redline has snatched the lead of the all-important Teams’ table with just two rounds to go.
Later today will see the V10-powered open-wheelers take on a newly updated Zandvoort track with rFactor 2, with revised PBR materials, curbing, grandstands, foliage and lighting effects.
Last time out at the Indianapolis Road Course, wet weather greeted the participants in what was to be a thrilling encounter. Sure, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Esports Team’s Huis won again, but he did it the hard way and a mistake on the first lap. Watch the race live tonight to see if he nets a fifth race win.
The broadcast will start with a qualifying session, followed by a 60-minute race that features a mandatory in-race tyre change. If the incredible V10-powered single-seaters weren’t enough of a spectacle, keep your eyes on the strategy plays too.
The Formula Pro Series broadcast starts from 18:30 BST / 19:30 CEST / 13.30 ET / 10.30 PT today on the Traxion.GG YouTube channel and Facebook page – we’ll see you there!
2021 Formula Pro Series championship standings after Round 4
- Team Redline – 211 pts
- Mercedes-AMG Petronas Esports Team – 208 pts
- Burst Esport – 174 pts
- Bono Huis – 140 pts
- Kevin Siggy – 114 pts
- Jeffrey Rietveld – 97 pts
2021 Formula Pro Series, Season 1, Calendar
19th July 2021: Circuit Spa-Francorchamps 2nd August 2021: Silverstone 16th August 2021: Nürburgring Grand Prix 30th August 2021: Indianapolis Road Course
- 13th September 2021: Zandvoort
- 27th September 2021: Monza
2021 Formula Pro Series, Season 1, Race Format
- 18:30 BST / 19:30 CEST / 13.30 ET / 10.30 PT – Live broadcast starts
- 19:10 BST / 20:10 CEST – Qualifying (Max 6 laps including in and out laps, parc ferme rules)
- 19:35 BST / 20:35 CEST – Race (60-minute race, formation lap, standing start, mandatory in-race tyre change)
Below you can watch Burst Esport’s Michi Hoyer practice the car and track combination.