The Race for the World series set up by a group of Formula 1 and other racing drivers has concluded and raised $70,000 so far for the World Health Organization’s Covid-19 Solidarity Relief Fund.still accepting donations towards the fund.
The Leclerc and Albon families locked out the top four places in the points standings. Charles Leclerc won the championship which began last Saturday, scoring 90 points over the six races.
Luca Albon finished second on 71 points, two places ahead of older brother Alex, the pair split by Leclerc’s brother Arthur on 58 points. Renault junior driver Christian Lundgaard claimed fifth.
Lando Norris, George Russell, Antonio Giovinazzi and Nicholas Latifi also took part in the series.
Stoffel Vandoorne won the first of today’s two races on the Circuit de Catalunya. Charles Leclerc took victory in the final race at the Red Bull Ring after following home Alexander Albon, who incurred a five-second time penalty.
The F1 drivers will return to esports action in the next round of the official Virtual Grand Prix series on Sunday. The Virtual Chinese Grand Prix on the Shanghai International Circuit will be held on the date the real-world race should have taken place.
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