We are running the same driver line-up as in the first two rounds. Driving the virtual AlphaTauris will be Luca Salvadori and Vitantonio Liuzzi, paired respectively with our pro sim racers Joni Tormala and Manuel Biancolilla. The format at Interlagos is the usual one with the sim racers taking part in a single lap qualifying run, before tackling a 5 lap Sprint Race. Their positions in this decide the grid positions for the Feature Race with the celebrity drivers. The Virtual Brazilian Grand Prix will be run over 36 laps, half the distance of the real race.

Haas currently lead the championship, but there is still all to play for. The final team order is what decides the allocation of the 100 thousand dollar prize fund, all of which will go to charities designated by the teams prior to the start of the championship. Scuderia AlphaTauri and Red Bull Racing have chosen Red Bull’s own Wings for Life charity, which carries out research into curing spinal injuries. The winning team gets 20 thousand dollars, while the two other podium places get 14 and 10 thousand respectively. The remaining fourth to tenth places each get nine thousand dollars. You can watch the grand finale of the VGP Series at Interlagos, live starting at 19.00 CET on Sunday 14 February on this web page or on our Facebook page.