Bereznay, who competed for the Mercedes F1 Esports Team, joins Alfa Romeo Racing F1 Esports Team to target the top step of the podium with his new team. He will be joined by e-Race of Champions and Le Mans Esports Series winner James Baldwin, who will be making his F1 Esports Series debut in 2019. The team also welcomes back Salih Saltunc, who helped the team finish third in the inaugural Constructors’ Championship in 2018 and claimed a win at Hockenheim.
New rules for the 2019 F1 Esports Series allow team-to-driver communication throughout the race, making the team management roles even more important this year. Jamie MacLaurin, returning Team Principal for Alfa Romeo Racing F1 Esports Team, is joined by Aarav Amin who will be responsible for training and directing the team as Team Manager.