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McLaren Shadow’s Lucas Blakeley leads the Driver’s Championship after picking up his third win of the season at Zandvoort in the last race, with teammate Bari Boroumand also winning in Belgium to make it two wins for McLaren in Event 2. Blakeley currently sits 11 points ahead of Red Bull’s Frede Rasmussen, who despite securing two pole positions during Event 2 was unable to steer the Red Bull to victory in any of the three races. Meanwhile, rookie driver Thomas Ronhaar picked up his first win of the season at the Red Bull Ring as he continues his impressive start to life in the F1 Esports Pro Championship.

This week, Event 3 will see the drivers battling it out at Monza, Mexico City and Circuit of the Americas which promises to provide more wheel-to-wheel racing. Monza is the fastest circuit on the championship’s calendar, with drivers using full power for over 75% of the lap. McLaren Shadow will be looking to strengthen their lead in both the Constructors and Drivers Championship whilst last year’s champion Jarno Opmeer will be hoping to ignite his season and find his first win having not finished in the top three since the first race at Bahrain.

All the action will be streamed across official F1 social media channels, and select broadcast partners.

The Event 3 schedule is as follows:

WEDNESDAY 2nd NOVEMBER– MONZA
Qualifying stream from 15:30 GMT on YouTube, Twitch & Huya
Race stream from 19:30 GMT on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch & Huya

THURSDAY 3rd NOVEMBER – MEXICO CITY
Qualifying stream from 15:30 GMT on YouTube, Twitch & Huya
Race stream from 19:30 GMT on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch & Huya

FRIDAY 4TH NOVEMBER – CIRCUIT OF THE AMERICAS
Qualifying stream from 15:30 GMT on YouTube, Twitch & Huya
Race stream from 19:30 GMT on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch & Huya