F2 Virtual Racing, Round 2 Entry List Confirmed

F2 Virtual Racing, Round 2 Entry List Confirmed

May 7, 2020

F2 Virtual Racing is back. Arthur Leclerc is the driver with a perfect record having swept the first round at Sakhir – with two wins, pole position and two fastest laps. The PREMA Racing driver is the man to beat, but there’s a whole host of names gearing up to beat him in Round 2, which takes place at Barcelona this Sunday.

Using the F2 cars on Codemasters’ F1 2019, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will play host to 19 heroes past and present from FIA F2 and F3.

There are a few changes to the entry list (scroll down for the full grid), with F2’s 2019 best rookie Guanyu Zhou joining his UNI-Virtuosi team, 2012 GP2 Series Champion Davide Valsecchi taking over from Christian Lundgaard for ART Grand Prix, and Sean Gelael replacing Calan Williams at DAMS.

Leclerc’s PREMA team mate for this race will be Sebastian Montoya, while Sophia Floersch will make her Virtual F2 debut for Campos Racing. As in the first round, BWT HWA RACELAB will enter only one car – in memory of Anthoine Hubert. F2 fan favourite Artem Markelov will try his hand at virtual racing in car #18, as Jack Doohan moves to Carlin.

Can anyone dethrone Leclerc, whose sparkling F2 Virtual debut concluded with a stunning and unprecedented haul of 48 points from the first round?!

Entry List

Carlin: Jack Doohan, Norman Nato

ART Grand Prix: Davide Valsecchi, Theo Pourchaire

DAMS: Oliver Rowland, Sean Gelael

UNI-Virtuosi: Callum Ilott, Guanyu Zhou

PREMA Racing: Sebastian Montoya, Arthur Leclerc

Charouz Racing System: Louis Delétraz, Juan Manuel Correa

Campos Racing: Sophia Floersch, Jack Aitken

MP Motorsport: Nobuharu Matsushita, Felipe Drugovich

BWT HWA RACELAB: Artem, Markelov

Trident: Olli Caldwell, Lirim Zendeli

Stream Time

F2 Virtual Racing has the honour of kicking off a weekend of virtual racing entertainment. The event will go live from 1500 UTC on Sunday May 10, and you can watch all the action on F1’s YouTube or Twitch channels. It will be followed by the F1 Esports Pro Exhibition race an hour later, and the Virtual Grand Prix a further hour after that.

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