Season 34 Spherical 9 Suzuka. Driving force line-ups, Qualifying and Race Effects.

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PSGL Round 9 is here with an old-school track Suzuka. This is a Formula 1 classic in Japan.


PSGL (Premier Sim Gaming Leagues) is back with round 9 in the classic Japanese track Suzuka. Suzuka is the 4th longest current Formula 1 track which has a nice mix of fast winding corners, long straights, and slow corners. This makes it quite a technical track and will require all drivers to give it their all to protect the tyres over a long race.

The location of this track means it rains all year round meaning there is a high chance to get a wet race when launching this track with realistic weather settings. This would make for an interesting race as some drivers are particularly skilled in wet racing. This also could shuffle up the race finishers and we may even have a new race winner for this season. There is only 1 DRS zone on this track so it is important for drivers to try and make the most of this as they will need it to gain a gap at the start of each lap if they are able to.

With the recent announcement of some of the remaining races of the season, we are going to be visiting some great tracks over the next few weeks. The PSGL Season is expected to end on the 27th of September with a possibility of season 35 commencing shortly after.

Suzuka Track Map

Japanese Grand Prix - F1 Race - Suzuka International Racing ...

When is PSGL PC 1

PSGL PC 1 will be hosted every Wednesday at 7 pm BST // 8 pm CEST // 2 pm EDT // 1 pm CDT // 11 am PDT.

PSGL Qualifying Format

Each round will feature three qualifying shootouts and a race. This works similarly to Formula 1 but all four events are set on the same day within two and a half hours.

The slowest five drivers will be knocked out of Q1 leaving 15 drivers left for Q2. Drivers 16-20 will set their grid position from this round for the race.

The slowest five drivers from Q2 will be knocked out setting the grid position for drivers 11-15 grid positions are set from this round.

In Q3 the remaining ten drivers aim to set the fastest lap. This round will set the grid positions for the remaining ten drivers for the race.

Race Format

The top ten drivers will search points based on position. Every driver below 10th earns no points.

  1. – 16 points
  2.  – 12 points
  3.  – 10 points
  4.  – 8 points
  5.  – 6 points
  6.  – 5 points
  7.  – 4 points
  8.  – 3 points
  9.  – 2 points
  10.  – 1 point

Fastest Lap receives 1 point if they are a top 10 finisher.

Suzuka is 27 laps long.

PSGL Round 9 Driver Lineups

  • Jarno Opmeer / Marcel Kiefer – Mercedes-AMG Petronas
  • Bari Bruomand / Nicolas Longuet – Ferrari
  • Otis Lawrence (R) / Joni Tormala (R) – McLaren
  • Fabrizio Donoso / Simon Weigang – Aston Martin
  • Jake Benham / Tom Manley – AlphaTauri
  • Thomas Ronhaar / Brendon Leigh – Alfa Romeo KICK
  • Alfie Butcher / Dani Bereznay – Haas
  • Frederik Rasmussen /  Josh Idowu – Red Bull
  • Shanaka Clay / Ismael Fahssi (R) – Williams Racing
  • Ruben Pedreno / Luke Smith (R) – Alpine

PSGL Round 9 Results

Qualifying Round 1 Results (Bold Knocked Out)

Qualifying Round 2 Results (Bold Knocked Out)

Qualifying Round 3 Results 

Race Results

subject to change after steward reviews.

PSGL F1 23 PC 1 Drivers Standings

(TOP 20 Drivers Only)

  1. Bari Broumand (Ferrari) – 56
  2. Jarno Opmeer (Mercedes-AMG Petronas) – 37
  3. Brendon Leigh (Alfa Romeo KICK) – 34
  4. Dani Bereznay (Haas) – 33
  5. Lucas Blakeley (McLaren) – 32
  6. Jake Benham (AlphaTauri) – 29
  7. Thomas Ronhaar (Alfa Romeo) – 28
  8. Otis Lawrence (Reserve)- 25
  9. Alfie Butcher (Haas) – 23
  10. Wilson Hughes (McLaren) – 17
  11. Ismael Fahssi (Reserve) – 12
  12. Fabrizio Donoso (Aston Martin) – 11
  13. Marcel Kiefer (Mercedes-AMG Petronas) – 9
  14. Nicolas Longuet (Ferrari) – 8
  15. Istvan Puki (Reserve) – 7
  16. Alvaro Carreton (Williams Racing) – 7
  17. Dylan Warren (Reserve)- 6
  18. Dani Moreno (Reserve) – 6
  19. Simon Weigang (Aston Martin) – 6
  20. Shanaka Clay (Williams Racing) – 4

subject to change after steward reviews.

PSGL F1 23 PC 1 Constructor’s Standings

  1. Ferrari – 64
  2. Alfa Romeo KICK – 62
  3. Haas – 56
  4. McLaren – 49
  5. Mercedes-AMG Petronas – 46
  6. AlphaTauri – 33
  7. Aston Martin – 11
  8. Williams Racing – 11
  9. Alpine – 3
  10. Red Bull – 2

subject to change after steward reviews.

PSGL F1 23 PC 1 Schedule

The second phase of the PSGL season has been officially announced on the PSGL X account. This news gives us confirmation on 4 of the remaining 6 races. The last two races are expected to be announced before the 20th of September.

Round 10 Imola – 24th August

Round 11 Spa-Francorchamps – 31st August

Round 12 Jeddah – 7th September

Round 13 Mexico – 14th September



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