The Virtual GP returns and we’re headed to Brazil this weekend. Who may very well be participating?
Formula 1 possibly be eyeing a return in July, however the Virtual Grand Prix Series returns this Sunday!
After taking per week off for the superb #ChallengeWilliams occasion, the VirtualGP is again with the Virtual Dutch GP.
Since Zandvoort isn’t obtainable on the present F1 2019 sport, the race shall be held at Brazil’s Interlagos – which received a fan vote to host the race.
The Dutch circuit shall be in F1 2020 although, which is about to reach on 10 July.
Let’s check out this weekend’s occasion.
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F1 driver predictions
The two-time winner and seemingly invincible Charles Leclerc is certain to return on the spearhead of the youthful technology of F1 drivers.
Other stalwarts like Lando Norris, George Russell, Nicholas Latifi, Antonio Giovinazzi, and Alex Albon are very prone to return. Hopefully Carlos Sainz will come again too after making his debut within the Virtual Chinese GP two weeks in the past.
Sebastian Vettel to race?
The older technology of F1 drivers are but to become involved within the Virtual GPs, however that may very well be about to alter.
Sebastian Vettel lately took supply of a sim rig. He will undoubtedly need time to follow so he isn’t off the tempo, however hopefully he’ll be part of Leclerc beneath the FDA Hublot Esports Team banner.
Big names from exterior the world of racing have flocked to the Virtual GP to go wheel-to-wheel with one of the best drivers on the planet. From Ian Poulter and Liam Payne to Sir Chris Hoy and Thibaut Courtois, who might be part of the ranks this time?
It’s protected to say that Courtois loves sim racing so I’m certain he shall be champing on the bit to get again right into a race.
As earlier than, the Virtual Dutch GP will contain an 18-minute qualifying session to find out the grid forward of a 50% distance race.
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That needs to be 35-36 laps of the Interlagos observe. The race is being held there after it received a fan vote because the Zandvoort circuit isn’t coming into the F1 video games till F1 2020.
How to observe
The Virtual Dutch GP will begin at 6pm BST on Sunday, 3 May.
It shall be streamed dwell on Formula 1’s YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch channels.
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It is probably going, however not but confirmed, that broadcasters like Sky and ESPN that confirmed the Virtual Chinese GP can even present the Virtual Dutch GP.