Klaas van Snelheid has admitted fault in the incident with his team mate Nathaniel Powers during the United States V-Prix, which saw Powers taken to the medical centre for precautionary checks.
Hello, this is Neil Allenby from FVTV. You join me at the grid for the US V-Prix here at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway - we are looking at a cracking race here today. So let's go down to the grid. Now I should mention as we walk onto the grid, ue to a scheduling mix up with the race organisers we won't be able to spend as much time as we normally do but hopefully we will get some good insights. It's a very busy grid today. Let's start at the top and see who we can find.
Nathaniel Powers has admitted that he "had absolutely no chance of avoiding a crash" following a snap of oversteer around the banking that saw him hit the outside wall with ten minutes to go in qualifying.
Klaas van Snelheid has taken his third pole position of the season, ending Enrique Ruiz's run of three consecutive top spot starts.
Adrien Simon and DS Mathershaw topped a session for the first time since the Japanese V-Prix back in April, as they look to put a halt to the strong run of recent form shown by Downton and Franklin, and haul themselves back into the title fight.
Good morning and welcome to Indianapolis, USA for the team principal’s Thursday press conference ahead of this weekend’s United States V-Prix – round nine of the 2019 Formula Virtual World Championship. Joining us today, from left to right, are; Adam Blocker of FIRST Motorsport, Shane O’Connell of Meteor International FV Team, Bradley Downton from Downton FV Team, Jamie Franklin of Franklin, and Ahmed Cheema from Cheema FV Racing. Welcome gentlemen.
Amongst the build-up to this weekend’s United States V-Prix, it has emerged that Lewis Ellington will make his return to Formula Virtual with Meteor International, who he drove for in 2014 when the team were known as Peugeot.