With a $250,000 prize pool at stake, the Le Mans Virtual series reaches its final round next week with the gruelling 24 Hours of Le Mans virtual.
The virtual tournament saw two-time Formula 1 World Champion Max Verstappen race for Team Redline at the 6 Hours of Spa, where the Dutch driver finished second with teammates Max Benecke and Jeffrey Rietveld.
He then competed in the 500 Miles of Sebring in the Le Mans Virtual Series, just missing a spot on the podium, finishing in fourth.
For the final round, Verstappen will be joined by a host of famous faces from Formula 1, Formula 2, and Formula 3 in the 180-driver lineup.
F1, F2 and F3 stars join Max Verstappen in 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual
Once again, Max Verstappen will drive for Team Redline alongside teammates Luke Browning, Jeffrey Rietveld, and Diogo Pinto.
Former F1 and current INDYCAR star Romain Grosjean will also be on the grid along with Formula 2 Champion Felipe Drugovich and Formula 3 Champion Victor Martins.
They will compete with World Touring Car Champion Andy Priaulx and Indycar’s Felix Rosenqvist among other race stars.
Rounding off the star-studded driver roster is renowned sim racer James Baldwin and former 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual winners Jeffrey Rietveld, Joshua Rogers and Nikodem Wisniewski.
With a star-studded lineup of 180 drivers representing 40 nations and manufacturers including Alpine, AMG Mercedes, BMW, Ferrari, Peugeot, and Porsche, this promises to be an epic final.
How to watch 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual final
Round five of the 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual takes place on 14 January with a 24-hour race at rFactor 2’s Circuit de la Sarthe. You can catch the action on the FIA WEC, Le Mans and TraxionGG YouTube and Twitch channels