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Chinese driver Zhou Guanyu wins the first virtual F1 Grand Prix

2020-03-24 16:22:44Source: Game time

A novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed by a member of the Karen team, and a series of events in the F1 were postponed or cancelled. But just this past weekend, F1 held its first virtual Grand Prix in the history of the event, and Zhou Guanyu, a Chinese driver representing Renault team, won the championship in Bahrain. Competitors are not limited to F1 active drivers, so Zhou Guanyu, a Renault test driver, has the chance to compete. By the way, Real Madrid's current goalkeeper, Tibo kurtuva, also took part in the tournament. In order to ensure the safety of the competitors, every driver participates in the race in a remote way. Of course, the race commentary is also a remote commentary. The race adopts F1 2019 developed by Codemasters. The starting position will be determined according to the driver's fastest lap speed, but it does not need to run enough laps of the real race, only 28 laps in total according to half of the mileage of Bahrain station. In the end, Renault's Zhou Guanyu won the Bahrain race, with former F1 driver Stoffel Vando

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