Lewis Ellington has taken pole position ahead of the Mobil 1 Race of Sebring, in what will be his last race in the series for the time being ahead of a return next weekend to Formula Virtual with Holmqvist.
Yakumi Takahashi took victory in the Molson Dry Race of Canada ahead of team-mate Nick Addison, giving the Toyota powered Morley team a 1-2 finish in Montreal. In a hectic race interrupted twice by rain with no fewer than 12 retirements, the two Australian-run cars managed to keep their noses clean and ahead of the competition.
Hugh Dwyer will start on pole position for his home race in the sixth round of the 2017 Steak and Shake IndyVirtual Series after a stunning lap in qualifying saw him surprisingly head the times.
Marcus Thunder dominated the Mahindra Race of India, winning from pole position having never relinquished the lead. The Formation Competition driver was imperious in the New Delhi heat as he stroked his Jaguar-powered car home.
Marcus Thunder has taken pole position ahead of the Mahindra Race of India in a qualifying session held on Sunday morning due to torrential rain yesterday calling a halt to track action.
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.