• ROUND 18 - UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 18 - UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX

    Round 18 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Read More
  • MONTERO SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS HIS CROWN

    MONTERO SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS HIS CROWN

    Ezequiel Montero has successfully defended his crown after victory in Suzuka. The Argentinian keeps dominating Read More
  • ROUND 17 - JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 17 - JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

    Round 17 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Suzuka International Racing Course in Suzuka, Read More
  • MONTERO ONE STEP CLOSER TO SEALING CHAMPIONSHIP

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  • ROUND 16 - RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 16 - RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX

    Round 16 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Sochi Autodrom in Sochi, Russia. Read More
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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:

 

- Sasha McHenry

- Keyter Bautista

- Cory Mackey

- Glyn Cooper

- Deuce Michaels

- Darren Fisher

- Renato Romero

- Samuel Campisciano

- John Cook

- Craig Hunter

Today, we heard breaking news, Johan Mola, who had a contract with Red Bull, will not be able to fulfill the seat for the entire season, therefore, he is withdrawing his participation for 2017. This means that Tyler Toon, who finished in 11th place in the Winter Series, will now have a seat for the year.

The rest of the drivers that could not secure a seat, don't give up, we have our partner league FiHSF1, which is actively looking for drivers, so we encourage you to race there on Mondays. We will be using the same mod and tracks throughout the year to facilitate inter-league racing. Also, there is always a chance to get a seat on an on-demand basis if you continue practicing with us and showing interest.

Let the team selection continue and we'll see you again for Round 1 of the SRHF1 2017 season from Melbourne, Australia, on March 23rd!