November 1, 2021
Another month, another qualification for the 2022 F1 Esports Series presented by Aramco! Just like in October, you have the whole calendar month to try out this custom scenario and test your mettle on F1 2021, to see if you can qualify for Challengers.
Anyone with a copy of the game is eligible, and signing up is but the work of a moment. Hereâs whatâs cooking this month.
What Do I Have To Do?
We all remember Esteban Oconâs fairy-tale win at the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix, right? From the chaotic first corner to the chase between Ocon and Vettel, it will surely go down as one of the races of the season.
What if we told you that your mission… is to undo the dream? Yep, in this version of alternate F1 history, your job is to take Esteban Oconâs incredible maiden win, and replace it with victory for another driver. Placed in Lewis Hamiltonâs cockpit, youâll need to hunt down the race leaders and win the race. You have nine laps, and a fresh set of medium tyres to help you on your way.
Scoring a podium will pass the scenario, but really your best bet is to take the victory – so make sure you get to the front by the chequered flag! As ever, your score will be scored on lap times, clean driving, use of assists, use of flashbacks, and race time.. Simply, maximise your points-scoring with the best performance you can, and youâll stand the best chance of earning a spot in F1 Esports Series Challengers.
This is your second and final opportunity to reach Challengers for 2022. The cream of the crop from our October and November events will combine, and form our Challengers grid for next year. This 12-race championship will play out early next year, with the very best drivers becoming part of the talent pool available for selection by the 10 official F1 Esports teams in 2022.
Make sure you have your PSN, Xbox Live, or Steam account linked to make sure your effort is counted. Simply head to F1Esports.com, scroll down to the bottom of the homepage, and go from there.
Are you our next digital superstar? Prove it! Get practicing, get racing, and good luck!