Team Vitality and the Renault Group are preparing for the launch of the new F1 Esports season next month. Previously this year, the 2 French brand names announced the finalizing of coach Richard Arnaud and French driver Nicolas Longuet to theirRenault Vitality team They have actually considering that been joined by 2 other drivers in Enstone, at the heart of the Renault DP World F1 Team, to gain from an ideal physical and technical preparation.
Renault Vitality engaged the services of Fabrizio Donoso and Casper Jansen during the F1 Esports Series Pro Draft day. The former is a Chilean driver who protected a really great second place in the 2017 World Championships. He is returning this season with the desire to continue playing aleading role The latter is a really young Dutch driver who is just 17 and has great potential. The team will officially start the season on 14 October at the first event of the 2020 F1 Esports Series calendar.
In this desire to help performance development within Team Vitality, Renault will also add its name to the brand name new Renault V.Performance. The 400m ² space, situated in the heart of the Stade de France, is totally dedicated to the training of Team Vitality professional athletes. The Renault V.Performance can accommodate up to 3 teams at the exact same time and is also equipped to allow the club’s medical and sports teams to work directly on website with the professional athletes.
Team Vitality’s other 7 esports teams (consisting of League of Legends, Counter-Strike, and Rainbow 6) will also advantage fully from this partnership. All Team Vitality expert athletes will have the ability to capitalize of Renault Sport Racing’s knowledge in attaining high-levelperformance This will especially take the kind of bootcamps (weeks of extensive training) arranged at the Renault Sport Racing factory in Enstone, England, where the drivers of Renault DP World F1 Team and Renault Sport Academy train.
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