• ROUND 1 - AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 1 - AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

    The stage is set for the SRHF1 2017 season to kick-off from Melbourne, Australia. We Read More
  • SRHF1 2017 WINTER SERIES COMES TO AN END

    SRHF1 2017 WINTER SERIES COMES TO AN END

    The SRHF1 2017 Winter Series came to a conclusion last night after the checkered flag Read More
  • 2017 SEASON OPEN ENROLLMENT

    2017 SEASON OPEN ENROLLMENT

    If you wish to join our F1 league (SRHF1) for the 2017 season, click here Read More
  • RIERA CLOSES OUT THE SEASON WITH HIS SEVENTH WIN

    RIERA CLOSES OUT THE SEASON WITH HIS SEVENTH WIN

    Argenis Riera's seventh victory of the year marked the end of the 2016 SRHF1 Drivers Read More
  • RIERA FASTEST ON FINAL PRACTICE

    RIERA FASTEST ON FINAL PRACTICE

    Argenis Riera topped the time sheets for Mercedes during the Free Practice of the 2016 Read More
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The stage is set for the SRHF1 2017 season to kick-off from Melbourne, Australia.

We come into the season with 22 drivers and 11 teams. There are familiar faces as well as new ones, let's take a closer look at the grid for season opener:

The SRHF1 2017 Winter Series came to a conclusion last night after the checkered flag was waved at Cory Mackey in P1.

It was four rounds of great battles and clean competition. Several new drivers showed up and also familiar ones. Sasha McHenry proved to be a threat for the upcoming season after claiming 3 out of 4 Pole Positions and also winning 2 out of 3 Main Races and thus finishing top of the table with one round to spare.

We will now move on to Phase 2 of the Team Selection process, where the following drivers are guaranteed a seat for the full season:

Argenis Riera's seventh victory of the year marked the end of the 2016 SRHF1 Drivers Championship. The Brazilian Grand Prix had us on the edge of our seats for the entire race. We saw familiar faces return to SimRacingHub with the likes of Cory Mackey and Nathan Byrd. A new driver was also present, Sasha McHenry, who promises to be a threat for 2017. Otto Acosta secured second place in the Drivers Championship after finishing behind Riera. Cory Mackey returned with style by finishing on the last step of the podium for Toro Rosso, also moving the last place team one place up and earning valuable points towards the Constructors Championship.

If you wish to join our F1 league (SRHF1) for the 2017 season, click here for more information.

We'll first populate the list of candidate drivers and then we'll have a separate discussion for the team selection process starting February 3rd until the 16th.

Remember that the races are on Thursdays at 9:30PM United States Eastern Time.

Here's the provisional calendar for 2017:

Argenis Riera topped the time sheets for Mercedes during the Free Practice of the 2016 SRHF1 Brazilian Grand Prix.

Here are the full results: