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Are fans grimacing virtual F1? A few numbers after the second Virtual Grand Prix

Figures are stating that enthusiasts are still not triggered by the digital versions of the Circus races.

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Are fans grimacing virtual F1? A few numbers after the second Virtual Grand Prix
Fuente imagen: Hasan Bratic

The power of numbers. 677.735 is less than 1.134.327. No doubt.

The first refers to the YouTube audience that attended the second (virtual) victory of Charles Leclerc in front of Alex Albon: despite the Thai and teammate, Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, tried evrything they could to hold him behind, the Monegasque secured the win at Shanghai track featured in F1 2019 Codemasters official game. Here below the complete classification:

The latter number points out the total views of the reproposition of 2019 edition of Italian Grand Prix: the famous battle between Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton where the Cavallino reported an historical victory in front of the Tifosi enthusiasts.

Red Bull Racing chief advisor Helmut Marko said that Austria will hold two races of the Formula 1 in July.

Two live videos. Both streamed on the same platform. But two different results: counting 3,53 millions of subscribers to the Formula 1 channel, it means that less than a third of them have tuned in for yesterday's event. Moreover, the other couple of sessions (the Pro exihibition and the Veloce eSports format), only if summed together can overtake the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix re-broadcasting: Daniel Ricciardo's shoey podium celebration has been regarded more meaningful despite more than 2 hours of action.

Needless to say that Liberty Media is trying every single option to keep the fan base warm and ready for the beginning of the 2020 season, still far to be assured; what can we surely assess that the old good real, may seems going better than virtual.

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