F1 Esports announced that its upcoming F1 Series 2021 Season will be kicking off its first event on October 13th and will feature some very exciting names to boot. The tournament will have ten teams, made up of three players each competing for the grand prize. So without further ado, here is a list of the teams and their rosters:
- Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Esports Team: The first squad in this event which is a recognized team from 2020. The roster was revealed with players like Daniele Haddad, Lucas Blakeley, and Shanaka Clay.
- Uralkali Haas F1 Esports Team: The second team on the line consists of a player named Cedric Thome, and has brought in new players named Matthijs van Erven and Samuel Libeert.
- Williams Esports is the 3rd team on the list and has retained their racer Alvaro Carreton, and their 2020 driver Michael Romanidis as well, and Italian newcomer Alessio di Capua.
- Another Consecutive team to retain one well-acquainted driver is Scuderia AlphaTauri Esports and they have brought back Joni Tormala while introducing a new face Dario Iemmulo, and series returnee Sebastian Job.
- McLaren Shadow completely renovated their roster by bringing in the most experienced racer Dani Bereznay, joined by former Mercedes racer Bari Boroumand, and newcomer Josh Idowu.
- Brendon Leigh and David Tonizza, FDA Esports Team’s superstar duo, are joined by series newcomer Domenico Lovece, who is also stepping up
- Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Esports Team drafted in the reigning champion Jarno Opmeer, alongside 2020 rookie sensation Dani Moreno. F1 Esports veteran Bono Huis joins the duo to complete the line-up.
- Alpine Esports Team maintained the former players like Nicolas Longuet and Fabrizio Donoso from 2020’s roster and brought in Hungarian ace Patrik Sipos to the team for this season.
- Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN F1 Esports Team is a brand new roster with new faces but is well-known faces, with Simon Weigang, Filip Presnajder, and Thijmen Schutte on board.
- Lastly, the reigning champions team Red Bull Racing Esports led to the series with Frede Rasmussen and Marcel Kiefer as their dynamic duo, with DHL Virtual Fastest Lap competition winner Liam Parnell filling the third spot in the team.
The event will be live-streamed on the official channels of Twitch and YouTube.