• ROUND 11 - GERMAN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 11 - GERMAN GRAND PRIX

    Round 11 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Hockenheimring in Hockenheim, Germany. Read More
  • MONTERO CRUISES TO SILVERSTONE WIN

    MONTERO CRUISES TO SILVERSTONE WIN

    Ezequiel Montero has secured his fourth consecutive win after a start to finish cruise to Read More
  • ROUND 10 - BRITISH GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 10 - BRITISH GRAND PRIX

    Round 10 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Silverstone Circuit in Silverstone, Great Britain. Read More
  • MONTERO WINS CHAOTIC AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX

    MONTERO WINS CHAOTIC AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX

    Ezequiel Montero has now taken the lead in the Drivers Championship after emerging from Austria Read More
  • ROUND 9 - AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 9 - AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX

    Round 9 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria. Read More
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If you wish to join our F1 league (SRHF1) for the 2018 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 January 23rd.

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

Here's the provisional calendar for 2018:

22 March – Australia (Albert Park Circuit)
5 April – Bahrain (Bahrain International Circuit)
12 April – China (Shanghai International Circuit)
26 April – Azerbaijan (Baku City Circuit)
10 May – Spain (Circuit de Catalunya)
24 May – Monaco (Circuit de Monaco)
31 May – Canada (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve) <-- Moved one week before the real F1 race to allow for drivers to go to the real race
21 June - France (Paul Ricard Circuit)
28 June – Austria (Red Bull Ring)
5 July – United Kingdom (Silverstone)
19 July - Germany (Hockenheimring)
26 July – Hungary (Hungaroring)
16 August – Belgium (Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps) <-- Moved one week before the real F1 race to avoid 4-week break causing low attendance
30 August – Italy (Autodromo Nazionale Monza)
13 September – Singapore (Marina Bay Street Circuit)
27 September – Russia (Sochi Autodrom)
4 October – Japan (Suzuka International Racing Course)
18 October – USA (Circuit of the Americas)
25 October – Mexico (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez)
8 November – Brazil (Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace)
15 November – United Arab Emirates (Yas Marina Circuit) <-- Moved one week before the real F1 race due to Thanksgiving

The mod for 2018 will most likely have:

- 5 tire compounds: Ultra Soft, Super Soft, Soft, Medium, Hard.
- A V6-Hybrid engine.
- An 8-Speed transmission.
- 2017 3D Models.
- 2017 Skins.
- 2017 F1 teams.
- Custom teams allowed
- 22 seats

We hope to have you on board for the entire 2018 season! See you on the tracks!