With Formula one now in a break the powers that be have developed a unique and novel way to keep F1 fans engaged – E Sports!
With a cast of current and formula one drivers together with some notable ring-ins(Liam from One direction) to name one.
The first Virtual Grand Prix took place at the Bahrain Circuit, with all the drivers racing from the own homes.
While former f1 racer Johnny Herbert took an early lead it was Renault development driver Guanyu Zhou who took the win.
Known Virtual racer and current McLaren F1 Driver Lando Norris found himself in the wall after a tangle on the last lap.
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The good news is there’s more virtual Formula One racing to come.