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F1 2019

George Russell wins the Spanish Virtual Grand Prix

Racers took to the virtual Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya to contest yet another digital GP.

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This weekend saw yet another Virtual Grand Prix, this time in digital Spain, and this weekend's race was won by none other than Williams ace George Russell, who finished above the likes of Charles Leclerc and Esteban Gutierrez to top the podium at the virtual Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

"I am feeling ecstatic, I'm not used to this winning thing - I've not done it for a long, long time. I've dearly missed it," Russell commented after the race. "When I got passed Charles and I knew I had that three-second penalty I was pretty furious but when that radio message came in at the end and I heard he had the three-second penalty I was almost wetting my pants."

To keep up with the tradition of having cameo appearances from non-racing sports stars, Man City striker Sergio Aguero was driving for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing, and he managed to finish 14th.

You can see the top ten in full below, and you can always watch the full race right here if you want to see how it all went down.

1. George Russell - Williams
2. Charles Leclerc - FDA Hublot Esports Team
3. Esteban Gutierrez - Mercedes
4. Alex Albon - Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
5. Nicholas Latifi - Williams
6. Anthony Davidson - Mercedes
7. Antonio Giovinazzi - Alfa Romeo
8. Pietro Fittipaldi - Haas
9. Antonio Fuoco - FDA Hublot Esports Team
10. Max Fewtrell - Renault

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