Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Betting Tips

The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix was launched in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic postponing the start of the Formula 1 season. Formula 1 launched the esports grand prix series featuring former and current F1 drivers to ensure fans can still continue to follow the season virtually.

The virtual races will run in place of every postponed Grand Prix, starting with a Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday 22 March 2020. No official World Championship points will be on offer, with the series strictly for entertainment.

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Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix FAQ

What is the Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix?

The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix is a series of virtual Grand Prix races played on the PC edition of the official Formula 1 2019 game.

Where can I watch Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix online live streaming?

Watch Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix online live streaming on the official Formula 1 YouTube, Twitch and Facebook channels and F1.com.

Who are the Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Drivers?

The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix drivers include Guanyu Zhou, Stoffel Vandoorne, Nico Hulkenberg, Nicholas Latifi, Lando Norris, Philipp Eng, Jimmy Broadbent, Luca Salvadori, Paul Chaloner, Dino Beganovic, Robert Shwartzman, Esteban Gutierrez, Ian Poulter, Sir Chris Hoy and Liam Payne.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Live Streaming


Watch Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix live streaming on the official Formula 1 YouTube, Twitch and Facebook channels.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Betting Odds


Most major online bookmakers offer odds on the Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix including Race Winner.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Free Bets


There are many online bookmakers that specialise in esports and offer Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix free bets.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Bet of the Day


Check our bet of the day which could feature a race from the Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix.

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Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Results


Get the latest Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix results to see who won the races and what drivers are finishing on the podium. This will help you plan ahead to find value in upcoming races.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Race Winners, Runners-Up & Third Place


The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix series started with the is the first edition of the Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix. Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday 22 March 2020.

DateGrand PrixWinner
Runner-upThird Place
22 March 2020 Bahrain Grand PrixGuanyu Zhou Stoffel Vandoorne Philipp Eng
5 April 2020 Australian Grand Prixtbc tbc tbc


Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Drivers


The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix features professional drivers including Formula 2 star Guanyu Zhou, former F1 drivers Stoffel Vandoorne and Nico Hulkenberg, F1 drivers Nicholas Latifi and Lando Norris, Red Bull athlete Philipp Eng, YouTuber Jimmy Broadbent, Moto GP rider Luca Salvadori, Television program host Paul ‘RedEye’ Chaloner, Ferrari proteges Dino Beganovic and Robert Shwartzman, Mercedes Reserve Driver Esteban Gutierrez, Professional golfer Ian Poulter, Olympian Sir Chris Hoy and singer-songwriter Liam Payne.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Schedule


The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix starts with the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday 22nd March. The next race scheduled is the Australian Grand Prix on 5 April 2020.

DateGrand PrixCircuit
22 March 2020Bahrain Grand PrixBahrain International Circuit
5 April 2020Australian Grand PrixAlbert Park Circuit
tbcVietnamese Grand PrixHanoi Street Circuit
19 April 2020Chinese Grand PrixChina Shanghai International Circuit
3 May 2020Dutch Grand PrixNetherlands Circuit Zandvoort
10 May 2020Spanish Grand PrixSpain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
24 May 2020Monaco Grand PrixMonaco Circuit de Monaco
7 June 2020Azerbaijan Grand PrixAzerbaijan Baku City Circuit

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Rules


The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix races are 50% length race with approximately 28 laps. Game settings will be configured to encourage competitive and entertaining racing, including running equal car performance with fixed setups, reduced vehicle damage, optional anti-lock brakes and traction control.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Highlights


Watch the Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix highlights at the Formula 1 YouTube channel.


Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix News


Stay in touch with the latest Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix news at the f1esports website.

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix Social Media


Follow the Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix on social media.


Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix History


The Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix began in March 2020 due to the postponement of the Formula 1 season because of the coronavirus pandemic. Formula 1 launched the esports grand prix series featuring current and former F1 drivers so motorsport fans could continue to follow the season virtually.

The virtual races started with the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday 22 March 2020. No official World Championship points were available with the series strictly for entertainment.
             

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