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A driver change involving Mercedes and Ferrari has happened after all with two-time Esports champion, Brendon Leigh, making the move to the Scuderia.
George Russell made it three from three at the Virtual Azerbaijan Grand Prix to take the unofficial championship lead.
A total of eight current Formula 1 drivers will be involved in the latest round of the Virtual Grand Prix series at Monaco this Sunday.
Imitating real life, Charles Leclerc says he wasn’t impressed with the stewarding at the Virtual Spanish GP as drivers abused track limits.
The drivers face some very “real world” problems, George Russell rises and, once again, Lando Norris doesn’t. Oh, and Aguero ain’t half bad.
We’re all for a bit of emotion, whether it be anger or joy, but death threats after a crash in real life or in iRacing is taking it too far.
Sergio Aguero is swapping Manchester City blue for Red Bull blue after being announced as part of the line-up for the next Virtual Grand Prix.
At a time when esports is in the spotlight for the wrong reasons, Charles Leclerc says it has gone a long way towards helping F1 drivers bond.
After his clash with Simon Pagenaud, Lando Norris says maybe it’s time to stop treating esports as a game and introduce “real consequences”.
Some welcome tinkering to the rules, Charles Leclerc and Alex Albon put on a show and welcome, finally, to Lando Norris.
Lando Norris’ virtual racing diary continues to be filled up as he has been confirmed as a wildcard entry for the Supercars All Stars Eseries on Wednesday.
Having won the last two, Charles Leclerc headed into the latest Virtual Grand Prix as heavy favourite, but Alex Albon had other ideas…
Romain Grosjean is reluctant to join Formula 1’s Virtual Grand Prix series, saying he “didn’t get a great feel” when trying out the game.
Despite the best efforts of Alex Albon, Charles Leclerc prevailed to make it two wins from two in the latest Virtual Grand Prix
The third round of the Virtual Grand Prix series, hosted by Formula 1, has failed to attract any further interest from the Formula 1 drivers themselves.
Lando Norris is currently one of Formula 1’s most popular drivers thanks to his active online presence, according to analytics company Nielsen.
Jacques Villeneuve is the latest Formula 1 World Champion to join the world of Esports, signing up for The Race’s ‘Legends Trophy’.
Justice for Lando, more Ferrari questions and could more driver axes be on the way at Red Bull? It’s time for conclusions from the Virtual Grand Prix.
England’s cricketing superstar Ben Stokes has said he would love to race again despite finishing last on his Virtual Grand Prix debut.
After technical issues removed him from the latest Virtual Grand Prix, Lando Norris was encouraged by Max Verstappen to bin the video game.
Charles Leclerc celebrated his first Esports victory very, very quietly on Sunday night in order to avoid his girlfriend’s wrath.
Johnny Herbert reckons Formula 1 has found a good mix between race drivers, gamers and celebraties with its Virtual GPs despite some wanting more of the real drivers in the game.
Alexander Albon was left to ponder what could have been after a mistake in qualifying left him fourth on the Australian GP grid while an early spin cost him in the grand prix.
Six Formula 1 drivers took part in the sport’s latest official Virtual Grand Prix, and it was Charles Leclerc who came out on top.
Lando Norris raced to another Esports victory in Veloce’s new Versus format, with Nicholas Latifi being knocked out in the semi-final.
Ex-F1 driver Johnny Herbert has discussed the hilarious moment when he completely cut Turn One to lead Formula 1’s first virtual race ‘in Bahrain’.
Jenson Button is the latest big-name to show up in the world of Esports, making his virtual debut in The Race’s Legends Trophy.
Lando Norris has said the Veloce eSports series is the one he enjoys racing in most due to its more serious nature.
Rubens Barrichello rolled back the years with a dominant victory in the reverse-grid Legends race of The Race’s Esports event.
Now this is more like it. Antonio Giovinazzi has become the sixth Formula 1 driver to declare himself for Sunday’s Virtual Grand Prix race in Australia.