Smidl (Predator) made it eleven out of eleven in Monza despite a crazy race for the rest of the pack. Stefanko (Republic of Gamers) drove from last to second whilst Dolezal’s stand in, Liscak (SECCO+), took the final podium position.
Here at Virtual GP, we like to celebrate our drivers and their other endeavours. Thus, we were delighted to hear that two of our racers, Michal Šmidl (Predator) and Martin Štefanko (Republic of Gamers), were named finalists during the official F1 Esports Pro Draft as Haas F1 Team drivers. Here’s what happened in the eyes of Štefanko.
Untouchable Michal Smidl (Predator) won nine from nine in Silverstone and became the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Virtual GP Champion. Martin Stefanko (ROG) and Andrej Chlebec (Alza Gaming) joined in his celebrations to round out the podium places.
Predator’s Michal Smidl can’t be stopped as he wins seven from seven at Bahrain International Circuit. The result means Smidl has not only won all seven races this year, but also has qualified on pole position in all seven races, too. Stefanko and Dolezal completed the podium in one of this season’s most craziest of races.
Michal Smidl took yet another win in the Mercedes-Benz Virtual GP 2018 championship, making it six out of six victories. Petr Dolezal and Petr Zoubek danced through the chaos to complete the podium finishers at the Nurburgring.
Last night a draft for the final phase of Formula One’s official virtual racing series took place. Nine teams had the opportunity to pick their drivers and amongst them were two-time Virtual GP champion Michal Šmídl (Predator) and last year’s champion Martin Štefanko (Republic of Gamers).
Just over two months ago the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Virtual GP season begun. In that time, we’ve seen Michal Smidl (Predator) master the GT cars, Jan Sykora (LYNX) skid through turn one at Brands Hatch and we held our breath as the drivers faced Macau.