• RIERA WINS CHAOTIC BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX

    RIERA WINS CHAOTIC BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX

    Argenis Riera secured a win for McLaren after a chaotic SRHF1 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix Read More
  • ROUND 3 - BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 3 - BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX

    Round 3 of the SRHF1 2017 Championship from the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain. Read More
  • MONTERO BAGS HIS FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON IN CHINA

    MONTERO BAGS HIS FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON IN CHINA

    Ezequiel Montero has bagged his first win of the season with a victory in China Read More
  • ROUND 2 - CHINESE GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 2 - CHINESE GRAND PRIX

    Round 2 of the SRHF1 2017 Championship from the Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, China. Read More
  • FISHER SECURES A GREAT START OF THE SEASON FOR SAUBER

    FISHER SECURES A GREAT START OF THE SEASON FOR SAUBER

    Darren Fisher has opened up the season in style with a victory in Australia after Read More
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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:

 

23 March – Australia (Albert Park Circuit)
6 April – China (Shanghai International Circuit)
20 April – Bahrain (Bahrain International Circuit) <-- Moved one week after the real F1 race due to Holy Week
27 April – Russia (Sochi Autodrom)
11 May – Spain (Circuit de Catalunya)
25 May – Monaco (Circuit de Monaco)
8 June – Canada (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve)
22 June – Azerbaijan (Baku City Circuit)
6 July – Austria (Red Bull Ring)
13 July – United Kingdom (Silverstone)
27 July – Hungary (Hungaroring)
24 August – Belgium (Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps)
31 August – Italy (Autodromo Nazionale Monza)
14 September – Singapore (Marina Bay Street Circuit)
28 September - Malaysia (Sepang International Circuit)
5 October – Japan (Suzuka International Racing Course)
19 October – USA (Circuit of the Americas)
2 November – Mexico (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez)
9 November – Brazil (Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace)
16 November – United Arab Emirates (Yas Marina Circuit) <-- Moved one week before the real F1 race due to Thanksgiving

The mod for 2017 will have:

- 5 tire compounds instead of 4 from 2016: Ultra Soft, Super Soft, Soft, Medium, Hard.
- A V6-Hybrid engine.
- An 8-Speed transmission.
- 2016 Models.
- 2016 Skins.
- 2016 F1 teams, including Haas.
- 22 seats

We hope to have you on board for the entire 2017 season! See you on the tracks!