F1 Sim Racing: Scuderia Ferrari Battles in Championship Finale

Bari Broumand, Nicolas Longuet, and the entire team gear up for three pivotal days in the esports championship. The grand final of the F1 Sim Racing world championship is poised for excitement, set in Stockholm from May 7 to 9. With five races scheduled across three days, the drivers’ and constructors’ titles hang in the balance, promising intense competition. Building on their performance from Event 2, the Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team aims for improvement.

Currently placed third in the constructors’ standings with 120 points, thanks to the collaborative efforts of Broumand and Longuet, the team trails 30 points behind the leading Red Bull Sim Racing. With ample races remaining, the Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team eyes the opportunity to close the gap.

Despite Broumand’s second position in the drivers’ standings, Frederik Rasmussen maintains a considerable lead. However, surprises are not ruled out, considering the significant points at stake.

Unlike Event 2, which predominantly featured European circuits, this leg takes the Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team to the American continent, with races in Mexico City and Sao Paulo on May 7, followed by Las Vegas and Lusail the next day. The finale, mirroring the real F1 championship, unfolds at Yas Marina on May 9.

Qualifying sessions will be live-streamed on the Formula 1 YouTube and Twitch channels, starting at 12:10 CEST on May 7 and 8, and at 14:10 CEST on May 9, with races following each day at 17:10 CEST.

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Bari Broumand, Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team Driver, expresses determination: “Winning at Spa for the second time in a row was a unique experience for me. Now we need to produce consistently strong results over the final five races. There’s a lot to do and anything can still happen.”

Nicolas Longuet, Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team Driver, shares his motivation: “The way things went in Event 2 of the F1 Sim Racing world championship has motivated me to work hard over these past weeks with the aim of fighting back as soon as possible. Bari and I are determined to end the season scoring as many points as possible in the remaining races and there’s everything still to play for.”

Tiziana Mecozzi, Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team Manager, reflects on the challenges: Event 2 of the F1 Sim Racing world championship with a string of closely contested races was a real test for all the teams. We weren’t perfect all the time and as the level is so high and the gaps so small, we ended up with mixed results. However, Bari, Nico, and the team are ready to give it our best shot in this final rush of races. Everything is yet to be decided and I’m sure that with a bit of consistency, we can get some strong results.

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