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Azerbaijan Virtual Grand Prix Driver Lineup Announced for 7 June

This weekend marks the second-last online Formula 1 tournament with the Azerbaijan Virtual Grand Prix. Some new drivers will be joining the grid, including Sergio Perez and Pierre Gasly. So, will they get close to the top 10, or will George Russell snatch another win?

In all fairness, the F1 2019 game evens out the playing field for professional drivers and tests their skills in new ways. However, they all perform better than casual celebrity drivers who join one or two events. For example, Real Madrid’s goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois finished in the bottom 10 more often than not in his three races.

Still, it’s an enjoyable experience for fans starved for sports in the middle of the global pandemic. And the racing season is set to start up again in a little over a month.

Azerbaijan Virtual Grand Prix

Azerbaijan Virtual Grand Prix: Full Grid

Changes to the grid include the return of Thibaut Courtois alongside Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte, AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, and YouTuber Jimmy Broadbent. Also, Matthias Walkner (Dakar Rally World Champion) will make his debut with Red Bull.

Here’s the full grid for the race:

Alfa RomeoAntonio Giovinazzi
Alfa RomeoThibaut Courtois
AlphaTauriPierre Gasly
AlphaTauriGianluigi Donnarumma
FDA Hublot Esports Team Charles Leclerc
FDA Hublot Esports Team Enzo Fittipaldi
HaasPietro Fittipaldi
HaasLouis Deletraz
McLarenLando Norris
McLarenBen Daly (Tiametmarduk)
MercedesEsteban Gutierrez
MercedesAnthony Davidson
Racing PointSergio Perez
Racing PointJimmy Broadbent
Red BullAlex Albon
Red BullMatthias Walkner
RenaultOscar Piastri
RenaultAymeric Laporte
WilliamsGeorge Russell
WilliamsNicholas Latifi


Where to Watch

As always, the Azerbaijan Virtual Grand Prix will be streamed on the official F1 website, YouTube, Twitch, Huya, Weibo, and Facebook channels. So, you can tune in at 17:00 UTC (03:00 AEST) to watch the second-last race ahead of F1’s return.

Also, don’t forget to watch the F1 Esports Pro Exhibition race at 16:00 UTC (02:00 AEST). And the Formula 2 Virtual Racing Event with F2 and F3 drivers at 15:00 UTC (01:00 AEST).

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