Another round of the Formula 1 Esports Series races have concluded, seeing a further two winners taking the podium. Last night's races took us to the Silverstone Circuit in the United Kingdom and to Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, where two different drivers took home trophies.
Silverstone saw a Renault Vitality victory, with Nicolas Longuet taking first place. The final moments were close however, as Longuet only won by a 0.130 second margin against McLaren Shadow's Dani Moreno.
The second race of the night at Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps saw Red Bull Racing Esports Frede Rasmussen take the victory, winning by a less tight 0.517 second margin. Red Bull actually had a strong performance also taking the third place result with Marcel Kiefer in the driver's seat. Splitting the two was Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen F1 Esports Team's Dani Bereznay, who achieved second place. Bereznay also finished third place at Silverstone making him one of the most successful drivers across the board for last night.
The next race is set to take place this evening, November 19 at 19:30 GMT, seeing the driver's head to Italy. This particular race is an important one for Red Bull, as their drivers are right on the cusp of taking first place in the standings from Alfa Romeo's Jarno Opmeer.
Make sure to catch the race here.