The Fosters Surfers Paradise V-Prix was won by home-town boy Nick Addison in a dominating performance. After qualifying on pole position, the Morley driver lost the lead briefly early in the race, but after regaining it just after quarter distance never looked back, even when the weather took a turn for the worse and caught some out.
Nick Addison has become the first IndyVirtual driver to take a second career pole position after topping the times in qualifying for his - and his Morley teams - home race.
Victory in the inaugural IndyVirtual Triple Crown race – the Toyota Japan 500 – went the way of Formula Virtual driver Felix Beyer for Kannan GP. In a battle involving both the best of the full-time field and some FV guest stars, the Dutchman took the victory ahead of championship leader Brock Kidd and reigning FV world champion Adrien Simon.
Nathaniel Powers has taken pole position ahead of the Toyota Japan 500 - the first IndyVirtual Triple Crown event of the season - with Felix Beyer alongside on an all Formula Virtual front row.
The Virgin Atlantic 250 Miles of Daytona was won by former FV star Marcus Thunder, but only after a hard fight throughout the race from two of the closest contenders, including St Pete race winner Brock Kidd who led throughout the early stages only to suffer from terrible luck which eliminated him from contention.
Brock Kidd has picked up in Daytona where he left off last week in St Petersburg, by taking pole position ahead of the first IndyVirtual round to take place on an oval.