Hello and welcome back to the sport that keeps on surprising us, Formula Virtual. I'm Neil Allenby here under the lights in Bahrain as we prepare for the Bahrain V-Prix. I will do the grid walk now and then we'll have the national the national anthem. As you can tell it's extremely hot and I'm drenched in sweat. It's your man Enrique Ruiz heading yet another Franklin front row lockout ahead of the two Downtons, Powers ahead of van Snelheid. Let's get started shall we?
Following the news around six weeks ago that British Formula Virtual team Phoenix had lost three key sponsors for the 2020 season, details have emerged today of further problems for the small outfit from Greater Manchester.
Enrique Ruiz has taken pole position for the Bahrain V-Prix, with team mate Tumo Kinnumen securing a front row lockout for Franklin.
Tumo Kinnumen has topped practice in Bahrain, with team mate Enrique Ruiz behind in second just ahead of Lewis Ellington in a surprise third.
Good morning and welcome to Sakhir, Bahrain for the team principal’s Thursday press conference ahead of this weekend’s Bahrain V-Prix – round twelve of the 2019 Formula Virtual World Championship. Joining us today, from left to right, are; Lucas Wilson of Lucas V-Prix, Cory Evans of Koenigsegg Team Holmqvist, Adam Blocker from FIRST Motorsport, Hector Seibel of Andromeda Automobilismo Brasileiro, and Rai Miyamoto from Ocelot Japan Racing. Welcome to the five of you.
After the German V-Prix the media caught up with Meteor team principal Shane O’Connell and deputy team principal Guido Caliri, who were visibly livid with the team’s unlucky end to the weekend with a double retirement.
Howdy. Neil Allenby here and today I'll be doing the grid walk for the 2019 German V-Prix. We're here at Hockenheim, which has hosted the race since 2013, we were orginally suppose to go to the Nurburgring but had a last minute change. Anyway, it's a bit chilli right now with about 20 minutes until the lights go green. Let's get started.
Formula Virtual returned to action ahead of this weekend's German V-Prix, with Adrien Simon leading the way for DS Mathershaw, ahead of Enrique Ruiz in second and Klaas van Snelheid in third, as the top three teams in the championship took the top three spots on the timesheets.
Good morning and welcome to Hockenheim, Germany for the team principal’s Thursday press conference ahead of this weekend’s German V-Prix – round eleven of the 2019 Formula Virtual World Championship. Joining us today, from left to right, are; Shane O’Connell of Meteor International FV Team, Arthur Lapierre of Red Bull DS Automobiles Team Mathershaw, Bradley Downton from Downton FV Team, Jamie Franklin of Franklin, and Adam Blocker from FIRST Motorsport. Welcome gentlemen.