Lada Sport FE have revealed their 2020 lineup for the exciting new eVirtual series today. In an announcement made from their base in Tolyatti the team confirmed that they would be hiring experienced ex-FV driver Judson Sikes to lead the team alongside rising single seater star Robert Stefánsson, who placed 2nd in last years VERS season.
Nikon Mitsubishi eV Racing Team have announced the signings of Alexander McLaughlin and Hitoshi Katayama for the first ever eVirtual season in 2020.
E Virtual team Maserati Cerberus have revealed their 2020 series debut line-up consisting of former Formula Virtual driver Ryota Yoshida who was dropped by Ocelot and IndyVirtual star Felipe Cesar.
Team Principal Olivia Rose seemed to very pleased with the new. ''We are proud to have chosen our line-up for the coming season. Felipe is a driver we've worked very closely with so its fantastic to have on board with a project once more. We have to thank Ocelot for the recommendation of Ryota who's very passionate to once again be competing after his time in Hollywood.
Maserati are known to be very keen on competing for the title in the first season, however more will have to be see what their competition has in store.
Brazilian based Audi e-tron Team Thunderhead have confirmed Luiz Santos and Niklas Kehlmann as their race drivers for the 2020 eVirtual championship, with the duo leading the team for their first season.
BMW i Cheema Motorsport have confirmed their driver line up for the inaugural eVirtual season, a new fully electric series. Former Formula Virtual driver Ivan Lesic and junior series veteran Otso Toivonen will drive for the Irish team, Lesic in the #17 car and Toivonen in the #6 car.