IT'S time for lights out once more as stars from F1 and the world of sport go head-to-head in virtual racing.
Formula One drivers from the past and present are set to speed around the computerised Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne, with England cricket star Ben Stokes one of those taking the wheel.
- Start time: 8pm BST
- Virtual venue: Albert Park, Melbourne
- TV channel in UK: Sky Sports F1/Mix
- Live stream FREE: YouTube/Twitch/F1 Facebook/Sky Go/NOW TV
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Betway: F1 virtual Aus GP odds
Lando Norris – 6/4
Stoffel Vandoorne – 9/2
Alex Albon – 8/1
Nicholas Latifi – 8/1
Charles Leclerc – 10/1
George Russell – 10/1
Ben Stokes 25/1
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George Russell aiming to win. He's at his mum and dad's house in Norfolk. That's all rather nice.
Good point, Jenson Button is an F1 world champion, but he's new to the F1 2019 game, He's doing it for a laugh – something we all need right now.
So the format, we have qualifying for 18 minutes before heading straight into the race.
Interesting that Jenson Button is returning to McLaren for his virtual race. He's teammates with Norris. Last time Button was in a proper F1 car, he crashed into another car in Monaco.
If you missed it, the virtual Bahrain GP was a little chaotic with Johnny Herbert causing pandemonium at the start. Norris's computer failed too.
Hoping for a better race this time.
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