Norris planning different helmet design for every F1 race

Verstappen says 'no' to racing in virtual F1 grands prix

Verstappen says 'no' to racing in virtual F1 grands prix

"I'm planning to hopefully try and have one new special every race", he told Autosport magazine, calling the relaxation of the regulations "one of the best things about this year".

On the same day, the enlightened race should have taken place in the Sakhir desert before the wave of postponements amid the coronavirus pandemic, F1 teams were represented by a mix of current and former drivers, rising stars and others. celebrities while competing with each other. remotely in the PC game F1 2019.

"I've got me as a kangaroo on the top, a bit of a sunset in the background", he said.

Nico Hulkenberg, who left Formula One at the end of previous year, has a busy weekend - the German competed in Saturday's all-star event and also took part in the Bahrain virtual race which was held late last night.

"And in addition to that I constantly race to win". I'm not mosting likely to drive about someplace at the back.

Despite snubbing F1's official replacement for its postponed races, Verstappen says that sim racing helps to keep him sharp.

"You drive other cars in these online races, of course", he said. "So it is different to our normal racing activities". But at the very least it does not harmed, it maintains you sharp and also concentrated.

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But once the McLaren driver was really running, Norris raced in typical style and headed for the room before a dramatic collision at the final corner with Jimmy Broadbent threw the 20-year-old's auto at the wall.

In an online event last weekend held on a virtual version of Daytona International Speedway, Verstappen was nudged into the wall by his close friend Lando Norris, but he doesn't blame the McLaren driver.

"That happened by accident", recalled Verstappen.

"Now we can mix it up a bit more, and I can have some more exaggerated designs and more custom and colourful and stuff like that". The splitter obtains beneath the flooring of the cars and truck and also as a result of that I collapsed.

" I assume he was still a little bit in shock after the event".

Among the sim racing stars taking part is 2019 eRace of Champions victor James Baldwin, who won a full-time GT3 drive with Jenson Button's GT World Challenge Europe team when he won World's Fastest Gamer season two. "And having fun together is the most important thing to me, so it was all fine in the end".

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