As we all are eagerly waiting to watch our favourite racers back on track, Virtual Canadian Grand Prix concluded with George Russell winning the title, registering his fourth consecutive victory in the series.
Russell throughout the race stayed unbeaten, staying ahead of his Red Bull rival Alex Albon by six seconds which became fifteen once the penalties got added up.
Announcing the winner of the Virtual GP, the F1 Twitter page also posted, “No surprise who the winner is” along with the chart of top ten players.
— Formula 1 (@F1) June 14, 2020
Sharing the happiness with all his fans and followers the Williams’ racer also posted a gratitude note on his social media handle, stating, “It may not be the real thing but it’s been such a buzz battling for wins with the lads again these past months. I’d missed that feeling!
Enjoyed the series way more than I expected. No matter what you do you’ve gotta give it everything!
#VirtualGP Champ… cheers everyone!” along with his picture with the racing gears needed for the Esports.
It may not be the real thing but it’s been such a buzz battling for wins with the lads again these past months. I’d missed that feeling!
— George Russell (@GeorgeRussell63) June 14, 2020