Max Verstappen will compete in the virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend. The Dutchman will be in action on behalf of Team Redline in the car with start number #1. The two-time world champion will share time in the car with Luke Browning, Jeffrey Rietveld and Diogo Pinto. In the other Team Redline car, Felix Rosenqvist and Felipe Drugovich will also take place with two familiar names.
Verstappen virtually at Le Mans
Scrolling down the list of participants, more interesting names stand out. These include Bent Viscaal driving for Floyd Vanwall-Burst, Romain Grosjean in action on behalf of R8G Esports, Job van Uitert racing for Panis Racing and Beitske Visser joining the Mahle Racing Team. Oliver Bearman, Rudi van Buren, Jack Baldwin and Bono Huis are also on the start list.
On Friday evening, the drivers will be in action for the first time for qualifying for the virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans. The livestream of this session on the series' YouTube channel starts at 18:00 UK time. You will also find this stream on GPblog.com today, as well as a comprehensive summary of the session.
After a night's sleep, the drivers will be in proper action. The start of the virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans is at 13:00hrs UK time. The race itself can also be followed live on the series' YouTube channel. The race finishes, logically, 24 hours later on Sunday afternoon. Updates on the progress of Max Verstappen and the other participants can be found at GPblog.com this weekend.