Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team announce nine-driver roster for 2023

One of the most successful names in all of motorsport is aiming to make 2023 its best esports yet across a variety of platforms.

Ferrari’s sim racing team, the Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team, has signed nine drivers and is ready to compete in three of the top esports competitions. The team has already been announced a trio consisting of Bari Bouromand and Nicolas Longuet for Formula 1 Esports, as well as 2022 Ferrari Esports Series Champion Jonathan Riley.

The other six drivers announced on Thursday (March 23) will compete on rFactor 2 and Assetto Corsa Competizione and one announced driver will act as a backup driver for Bouromand and Longuet in F1 Esports, namely Tomek Poradsisz.

Alex Siebel and Dennis Jordan, Ferrari Esports 2023

Four riders will compete at SRO Esports on ACC, including Riley. He will be joined there by Jordan Sherratt, Chris Harteveld and Andrea Capoccia, all of whom compete in the Intercontinental GT Challenge Esports series.

Sherratt won Lamborghini The Real racing competition last season and switched from Racing Bull to Cavallino Rampante in 2023.

Two drivers will compete in GT Challenge 2023 on rFactor 2, both Alex Siebel and Dennis Jordan, formerly of Oracle Red Bull Racing Esports.

Ferrari GT3 SRO ACC 2022Ferrari competed in the GT World Challenges Esports competitions in 2022

Team Principal Marco Matassa will lead the team in 2023 and says the team is taking a different approach for the upcoming season.

“For this year, we have completely changed our approach to organizing the team, with the goal of fighting for victory in every series we compete in,” said Matassa.

“So far we’ve had some difficult seasons with not-too-great results for us and our fans, but I believe even this will give a boost and give us the determination to do something good in the coming season to get started right away.”

SOURCE: Ferrari

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