AS IT HAPPENED: Watch all the action from the F1 Esports Virtual Sao Paulo Grand Prix


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A share of a $100,000 prize pot for their chosen charities is up for grabs this evening, as teams compete in the last of our three, special F1 Esports Virtual Grands Prix – and you can watch it all unfold right here, live…

Haas currently head the standings, and their Brazilian drivers Pietro and Enzo Fittipaldi - winner in round 1 - will be on home soil as the action moves to Interlagos in Sao Paulo.

After his victory in the last round at Silverstone, Williams’ George Russell is back, as is arch-rival Alex Albon, Red Bull Racing Test and Reserve Driver and Wings for Life foundation ambassador. Red Bull lie third overall behind Ferrari going into the deciding round.

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Teams are taking part in the Virtual Grands Prix to donate money to their nominated charities, each of which will receive a significant donation from the overall prize fund, regardless of whether the team finishes first or last in the final standings tonight.

For the full team and driver line-ups - plus details of the current points situation - check out the official F1 Esports site.

The Virtual Sao Paulo Grand Prix will be broadcast from 18:00 GMT on Sunday 14 February on the official Formula 1 YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, Huya (China) and Weibo (China) channels, as well as broadcast by international television partners including Sky Sports, ESPN, FOX Sports and Ziggo.



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