Waiting to re-ignite really the engines, the Formula 1 continues to entertain motoring enthusiasts, and gaming with the Virtual Grand Prix Series , this Sunday, will take the stage at Monte Carlo. On the streets, a virtual Principality, expertly recreated on the platform F1 2019 Codemasters, this Sunday will compete in the eight Formula 1 drivers and many other stars of sport and entertainment.
Big names on the track. Even if only virtually, the fascination of Monte Carlo is made to feel and is certainly not a coincidence that this Sunday we will record an attendance record between the official riders of the category. In addition to the already-confirmed Alex Albon, Antonio Giovinazzi, George Russell, Nicholas Latifi, Lando Norris and Charles Leclerc, there will also be Esteban Ocon and Valtteri Bottas. There will also be special guests to make it even more fun to the race on Sunday. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, a striker of Arsenal, will race with the colours of the McLaren team, while Thibaut Courtois, goalkeeper of Real Madrid, he will run his second Virtual GP with Alfa Romeo Racing. Home Red Bull comes the surfer Kai Lenny, while the Latin-american singer Luis Fonsi will make its debut in the category with the Racing Point. Couple of riders from the all-Italian team AlphaTauri and will race the ex-pilot F. 1 Vitantonio Liuzzi and rider Luca Salvadori.
How to see the race. As usual, it will be possible to follow the Virtual Grand Prix either over the internet or directly on tv. The event will be streamed live, starting from 19 hours Italian, on the official channels of the Formula 1 (Twitch, Facebook and Youtube) and on those of the teams. There will be a way to follow the race in Monaco on tv, on Sky Sports F1, with the comment of Carlo Vanzini and Matteo Bobbi.
Source: Quattroruote.en – Edited by Anthon K.