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F1 champ Max Verstappen ragequits virtual Le Mans race, calls it a ‘clown show’

World Drivers’ Champion Max Verstappen described the 24 Hours of Le Mans Digital occasion that happened this previous weekend as “a clown present” after technical points precipitated a number of pink flags and disconnections that finally led him to retire from the race.

The 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual (opens in new tab) was launched in 2020 after the Covid-19 pandemic compelled the postponement of the real-world Le Mans. The web race, which options drivers from all over the world all competing remotely, was designed to be as near the bodily occasion as attainable. It has very strict guidelines and necessities: Amongst different issues, not less than two of the drivers on every four-person workforce must be FIA-licensed (or equal) skilled drivers. Verstappen really raced in that debut occasion in 2020, as did fellow F1 driver Lando Norris.

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