Six current Formula 1 drivers have signed up to take part in the Virtual Chinese Grand Prix this weekend around the Shanghai International Circuit.
The venue was originally scheduled to host the world championship event in China on April 19th before it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Leclerc will be back to secure a second consecutive win, competing against some of his regular competitors in F1.
Red Bull has also confirmed that Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois will partner Albon for the race, while Lazio player Ciro Immobile will drive for AlphaTauri (Toro Rosso).
An 18-minute qualifying session will set the grid for the start of the event, which will be broadcast on F1's social media channels, starting from 6 PM BST.
Virtual Chinese Grand Prix line-up
||Juan Manuel Correa
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