eSports series raises over $33,000 for Covid-19.

eSports series raises over $33,000 for Covid-19.

eSports series raises over $33,000 for Covid-19.

A fleet of racing drivers including six formula one drivers have raised over $33,000 (£26413.20) towards the $100,000 (£80040.00) they aim to raise. The 'Race for the World' is a six part series that is aiming to entertain fans during this unprecedented time. All proceeds will go to the World Health Organisation's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

The series will be spread over the course of three nights this week and hold qualifying and 25% distance races at randomised tracks. The rules and regulations for the series will be relaxed.

Many drivers that participated in the Virtual Grand Prix will be racing. The likes of Charles Leclerc and Renault’s junior Christian Lundgaard are likely to be racing in this series, alongside 18 other racers.

What dates is the Race of the World Series held upon?
The race will be held on Tuesday, April 14, and Friday, April 17.

What time does the Race of the World Series start?
The race will get underway at 6pm BST.

How can I watch the Race of the World Series?
The race will be live streamed on Twitch.

Racers Line up:

Racer Profession
Charles Leclerc Formula 1
Alexander Albon Formula 1
Lando Norris Formula 1
George Russell Formula 1
Antonio Giovinazzi Formula 1
Nicholas Latifi Formula 1
Antonio Felix da Costa Formula E
Giuliano Alesi Formula 2
Louis Deletraz Formula 2
Sean Gelael Formula 2
Antonio Fuoco Formula 2
Callum Ilott Formula 2
Christian Lundgaard Formula 2
Pietro Fittipaldi Asian F3
Arthur Leclerc Formula Regional Europe
Nick Cassidy Super Formula
Luca Salvadori Motorbike racing
Luca Albon Albon’s younger brother
Thibaut Courtois Footballer

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