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Carlos Sainz Reveals the Secret Behind Lando Norris’ Domination in Esports

Carlos Sainz Reveals the Secret Behind Lando Norris’ Domination in Esports

Carlos Sainz

Coronavirus has officially killed the excitement for the 2020 F1 season. F1 and the teams are doing everything to keep fans busy during this time. The first eight races have been canceled/postponed due to the pandemic. F1 has decided to replace the postponed races with virtual races. It started with the Bahrain GP on 23rd march 2020. Max Verstappen and Lando Norris invest a great deal of their energy sim racing. They are the two drivers from the highest class of racing who are the most over the top. As per Carlos Sainz, this is additionally the mystery: making loads of hours to gain proficiency with the tricks.

The arrangement has been made to empower fans to keep watching Formula 1 races for all intents and purposes, regardless of the continuous COVID-19 that has influenced this present season’s initial race schedule.

The virtual races will run instead of each deferred Grand Prix. Each ensuing race weekend will see the deferred Formula 1 race supplanted with a Virtual Grand Prix. This activity right now is booked to run until May.

Carlos Sainz praises Norris and Max

As indicated by Carlos Sainz, this has to do with the way that every vehicle and each track must be assessed contrastingly as a sim racer. “It’s about how the car works and how it has to be adjusted and when exactly you have to brake,” said Sainz.

“They use it for entertainment,” Sainz notes. “Max and Lando know all kinds of tricks. I sometimes drive a few laps in the simulator, but before you know those tricks, you’re a long way away.” He believes that ‘a lot of time is going into this’.

This present weekend’s Grand Prix will occur on the Albert Park track, home of the Australian Grand Prix. This weekend was initially booked for Hanoi’s debut road circuit race in Vietnam.

The Vietnam circuit is right now not accessible on the F1 2019 computer game. As a result, the drivers will rather flaunt their skills on the Melbourne track. Drivers will join the race remotely, with a host communicate live from the Gfinity Esports Arena from 8:00 pm UK time (7:00 pm UTC) on Sunday, April 5.

Formula 1 drivers Charles Leclerc, Alex Albon, George Russell, Lando Norris, and Nicholas Latifi have all affirmed they will be on the grid for the second portion of the F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix arrangement this weekend.

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