Alfa Romeo wins two, Renault has one in Round 3 of 2019 F1 Esports series
The Round 3 of the 2019 F1 Esports came to a close with wins for Alfa Romeo Racing (Sauber) and Renault as David Tonizza continues to lead the championship.
Following the domination of Ferrari in Round 1 and a mixed bag in Round 2, the Round 3 at Gfinity Arena in London on Wednesday had two wins for Alfa Romeo and Renault taking one in their quota in the 2019 F1 Esports championship.
The third round saw races at Hockenheim (Germany), Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium) and Monza (Italy), with Renault’s Jarno Opmeer winning the first race as Afla Romeo's Daniel Bereznay took the remaining two to open his 2019 F1 Esports season account.
Even though Ferrari's Tonizza didn't win any races in Round 3 but two podium finishes helped him keep his lead in drivers' championship with 145 points to Red Bull Racing’s Frederik Rasmussen, who has 120 points after just the lone podium.
Tonizza had a special support of Ferrari Driver Academy's Mick Schumacher for the third round, with McLaren Shadow having Zak Brown's eyes on their performances. Meanwhile, a win for Renault’s Opmeer helped him retain third with 103 points.
The big gainer was Bereznay, who climbed up to fourth with 93 points as Racing Point’s Kiefer dropped to fifth with 60. In the F1 teams' standings, Red Bull continues to lead with 163 points with Ferrari dropping to third with 145 points to Renault in second with 146.
In case you wish to read the full details of the races, it can be found in the original story.
[Image courtesy: Racing Point] [Note: This story was also written by me on FormulaRapida.net]