Formula E reveals first fundraiser after UNICEF partnership
The event organiser has announced its first fundraising initiative after the UNICEF partnership.
Formula E announced its partnership with UNICEF earlier this week. The pair will look to combat the outbreak of COVID-19, and this ABB Formula E Race at Home Challenge will be the pair's first initiative.
Racing will begin with a test weekend starting tomorrow and the first competitive race is due for next weekend, continuing on for a further eight weekends after. Each weekend, there'll be two races - one for the actual Formula E drivers, and one for gamers - and they'll be using the highly-regarded rFactor 2 simulation software to settle things.
The software includes everything needed to race from the comfort of your own home, and the winning gamer will be given the opportunity to partake in an actual race weekend when the Formula E season resumes. Fans can catch the action on all of Formula E's social media channels, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Twitch.