Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN Esports Set to Begin 2022 Season

Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN Esports is ready to take on the 2022 F1 Esports Series Pro Championship, as the team lays down the challenge to the best Esports drivers in the world to take one of the most coveted titles in simracing.

The 2022 season, which starts today, will feature four rounds of the action-packed racing that has come to symbolize F1 Esports: however, there are some key differences in the way the championship is run, designed to make the show even better for both veteran and new fans of the series.

Teams will play an even bigger part as the strategy becomes key: the length of the races has been extended to 50% of the full distance, meaning each round will play out more intensely and the choice of tyres – and when to put them – will have an even bigger impact on the outcome of every race. Due to the increased length of each round, as well, events will now span three days – Wednesday to Friday.

With an impressive line-up featuring team stalwart, Dani Bereznay from Hungary; fast Frenchman, Nico Longuet; and emerging star, Tomek Poradzisz of Poland, Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN Esports is ready to aim for the highest places in the constructors’ championship.

Nico Longuet: “The season is about to start and the nerves are starting to creep in, but that’s normal. My team and I put a lot of effort into this year’s preparations and we’re going to give it our all. As always, we want to win together.”

Tomek Poradzisz: “I am going into my debut season and my focus is mostly on gaining experience whilst obviously trying to give it all. Preparations have been going fairly well and I feel ready for the season, but it will definitely be extremely challenging with how strong the grid is this year.”

Dani Bereznay: “I always learn from previous mistakes, and because of that I believe that this year’s preparation for F1 Esports has been the best ever. However, the field is the best ever as well, so the series will not be any less challenging.”

2022 F1 Esports Series Pro Championship
Event 1: September 14th – 16th
Event 2: October 12th – 14th
Event 3: November 2nd – 4th
Event 4: December 14th – 16th

Where to watch:
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14th – BAHRAIN INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT
Qualifying stream from 15:30 BST on YouTube, Twitch & Huya
Race stream from 19:30 BST on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch & Huya

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15TH – IMOLA
Qualifying stream from 15:30 BST on YouTube, Twitch & Huya
Race stream from 19:30 BST on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch & Huya

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16TH – SILVERSTONE
Qualifying stream from 15:30 BST on YouTube, Twitch & Huya
Race stream from 19:30 BST on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch & Huya

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