Nathaniel Powers ended pre-season testing for the 2017 Formula Virtual season at the head of the times, but was run extremely close by Enrique Ruiz as the majority of teams fitted the super soft tyres.
Klaas van Snelheid put Downton at the head of the times for the first time in the teams history on the third day of pre-season testing as they rolled the super soft tyres out.
One of the last teams to unveil their machine for the coming season, Westwood Racing have unveiled the WR05 on the second day of pre season testing.
Jochem van Snelheid topped the times on day two of pre-season testing as he made his first appearance as a Franklin driver - albeit in a plan grey livery - having joined the team for 2017 from Lopez.
Reigning Champions Adrien Simon and DS Mathershaw have ended the first day of pre-season testing for the 2017 Formula Virtual season at the top of the time sheets, picking up where they left off in Brazil last year.
Franklin Honda have announced that junior driver Rodolfo de la Fuente will make the step up with the team to act as their reserve driver in 2017.
Meteor Motorsport have revealed their 2017 car livery today, shortly ahead of the first days of testing.
Rai Miyamoto of Ocelot and Oliva Rose of Cerberus were all at the revealing today which took place in Canada rather than Japan for the first time in Ocelot's History. The team revealed their 2017 challenger in front of the media with the help of Puccio and Karl. There were early rumours that the 2017 Ocelot would be slower than it's predecessor leading to many concerns within the fanbase and team, however it will remain to be seen just where a the Tempest will be. Joining the sponsorship line up for the first time is oil company Gulf, which displays their return with classic return of gulf colours.