Formula 1 drivers will be competing in a virtual Grand Prix because the outbreak of COVID-19 is currently prohibiting races. The virtual Grand Prix series began on March 21st, where F1 drivers would race using the PC edition of F1 2019.
The initial F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix will be at the Bahrain Grand Prix track, which had been originally scheduled as the second race event of the season. In total, the race will be 28 laps around the tack. The competition can be easily accessed by F1 fans, and it will be streamed on YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook, beginning at 3 PM eastern time. Additionally, virtual races will be taking place each weekend, as it was originally scheduled.
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