V10 R-League: Red Bull Esports confirm drivers for Season 2
The Bulls are back in 2021 and on the charge. Can they make a title run in Season 2?
The V10 R-League raced onto our screens in September 2020 and straight into our hearts.
The first season had it all. Iconic tracks, amazing wheel-to-wheel action, and of course an amazing purpose-built car that sounded as good as it looked.
With 2021 now here excitement for Season 2 is building, and Red Bull Esports is the first to confirm their participation, and drivers, in the upcoming season!
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Red Bull Esports is a dominant force in the world of sim racing, just like their counterparts in the real world.
After finishing third in Season 1 of the V10 R-League, behind eventual winners Redline and Williams Esports, they are back for another charge.
The Bulls are the first team to announce their participation in the next season, and will out to do what they do so well – win!
Familiar & fresh faces
The Milton Keynes outfit had four drivers compete in Season 1, and two of them return for Season 2.
Graham Carroll has proven to be remarkably versatile in his racing, with some dominant performances in Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup as well as the V10 R-League.
Returning with Carroll will be Joni Tormala, who had a very competitive 2020 across multiple racing series too.
They will be joined by Spaniard Nestor Garcia, who is well-versed in Assetto Corsa.
What to expect from Season 2
The V10 R-League features a thrilling team-vs-team format that sees plenty of action over short, sharp races.
With world-class production from the Gfinity Arena in London and some of the best drivers in the esports world completing across amazing tracks in a state-of-the-art V10-powered beast of a car, it’s a series you don’t want to miss!
Stay tuned for more announcements coming soon!