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F1 Esports: Ferrari ace Tonizza extends championship lead

Following another evening of excitement and drama at the second live show of the 2019 F1 New Balance Esports Pro Series, Ferrari Driver Academy’s David Tonizza extends his lead in the drivers’ standings, with Red Bull Racing Esports Team’s Frederik Rasmussen in second place and Renault Sport Team Vitality’s Jarno Opmeer completing the top three. Red Bull Racing Esport Team top the Teams’ Championship, ahead of second-placed Ferrari Driver Academy and Renault Sport Team Vitality in third. This evening’s live event was hosted at the Gfinity Esports Arena in London and saw all ten official F1 Esports teams battling it out head to head on F1 2019, the official F1 videogame...
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