After the great success of the first F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix, a second instalment will take place this week with current Formula 1 drivers Charles Leclerc, George Russell, Lando Norris, Alex Albon who have all confirmed their participation. Below you will find the best Esports betting tips on the Virtual F1 Australian Grand Prix in addition to the best odds and betting offers.
Virtual F1 Esports Australian Grand Prix 2020 Betting
2020 Virtual F1 Esports Australian Grand Prix Betting Tips | Sunday, 8pm 5th April 2020
Who is taking part in the Virtual F1 Australian Grand Prix?
Former driver Johnny Herbert will also take part after ending in 13th place in the first race in Bahrain. The drivers won’t be only from Formula 1 as a host of other stars will also take part like England’s Cricket World Cup Winner, Red Bull Athlete Ben Stokes, BBC Sports Personality of the Year and more stars that will be announced as we are getting closer to the event.
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When this the F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix is taking place?
This is the second race in the new F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix series with fans that can watch it remotely. Bookmakers have also got involved and offered betting markets for this virtual event which will take place on the Albert Park track, which is normally used for the Australian Grand Prix. This weekend should have been the inaugural Street Circuit in Hanoi, Vietnam. Since the Vietnam circuit is not available on the 2019 official F1 video game, drivers will instead show their skills on the Albert Park circuit.
When will the F1 Esports Virtual Australian Grand Prix take place?
Drivers will be able to join the race remotely, and a series of the broadcast will show the event live from the Gfinity Esports Arena from 8:00 pm on Sunday, April 5.
Where can I follow the Virtual F1 Esports Grand Prix?
The event will be available on Formula 1 YouTube, Twitch and Facebook channels with the race that is expected to last for 1 hour and 30 minutes. The qualifying period will assign the grid positions based on the drivers’ fastest lap time. The race will then last 28 laps. The Virtual Grand Prix will also be broadcasted in the UK on Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event.
How are the gaming settings set up?
Since there are players with a wide variety of gaming skills levels, the game settings will be configured to ensure more competitive and entertaining racing. Cars will be equal and have fixed setups, and there will also be reduced vehicle damage. Optional anti-lock brakes and traction control will also be set for those players that have less experience.
What should we back in the Virtual F1 Esports Australian Grand Prix?
Charles Leclerc looks a valuable option in what should be an open affair. The Ferrari driver has skills and knowledge of the circuit and surely has been simulating the race many times before to prepare himself. He also likes video games, so he looks a perfect fit here. A threat to him are the likes of Lando Norris (5/4) and Nicholas Latifi (6/1) also featuring right up in the betting market.
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