The first round of the IndyVirtual triple crown, the Toyota Japan 500, was held at the Twin Ring Motegi. After the signature pre-race fanfare that IndyVirtual offers, the grid was formed for a three-wide rolling start, with pole-sitter Lewis Ellington on the inside alongside defending FV champion Nathaniel Powers and Nick Addison, while just behind was another FV superstar in Enrique Ruiz, alongside Kip Maxwell and Will Taylor.
Lewis Ellington has taken a comprehensive pole position for the first Triple Crown event of 2018, the Toyota Japan 500.
The Steak and Shake New York V-Prix was held on the hallowed ground of Watkins Glen in upstate New York, with Yakumi Takahashi on pole position for Morley ahead of KGP’s Aron Einarsson.
Yakumi Takahashi has picked up in New York where he left off in St Petersburg, by taking pole position ahead of the second race of the season at Watkins Glen.
The 2018 IndyVirtual season kicked off in style with the AT&T V-Prix of Florida – held on the Streets of St Petersburg for the second time for a 110 lap race with a distance of 200 miles.
Nick Addison has comfortably taken pole position for the opening race of the 2018 Steak 'n Shake IndyVirtual Series with a lap time six tenths of a second quicker than team mate Yakumi Takahashi, who starts alongside.
IndyVirtual pre-season testing ended at Indianapolis with Felipe Cesar fastest once again for Cerberus Motorsport, but the dominating factor was the huge accident experienced by Alexander McLaughlin.
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