Alonso won the 2018 and 2019 real-life versions of Le Mans, competing for Toyota Gazoo Racing.
Leclerc and Giovinazzi will compete together for the AF Course team along with Enzo Bonito and David Tonizza over the course of 13-14 June.
The virtual race is taking place on the date that was originally scheduled for the 24 hour race at the Circuit de la Sarthe, which has been pushed back to September 19-20 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Check out the line-up! Introducing the FA/RB Allinsports team for the @24hoursoflemans Virtual.— Allinsports (@Allinsports_srl) ___Escaped_link_6150f787017db___
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Here we go... the icing on the cake! Welcome @Charles_Leclerc x @Anto_Giovinazzi x @EnzoBonito17 x @David_Tonizza. ??#WEC #LeMans24Virtual FerrariRaces?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@FerrariRaces pic.twitter.com/niv7PWfKy5— WEC (@FIAWEC) May 29, 2020
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