2018 IndyVirtual Series

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2018 IndyVirtual season
2017 IndyVirtual Logo.png
Champions
Drivers' champion: TBD
Teams' champions: TBD
Manufacturers' champions: TBD
Triple Crown Champion: TBD
Oval champion: TBD
Street Champion: TBD
Road Champion: TBD
Triple crown races
Japan 500: TBD
Monaco 250: TBD
Laguna Seca: TBD
Chronology
Previous: 2017 Next: 2019
Top tier:
FVIndyVirtual
Second tier:
FV2VWRS
Third tier:
FV3VERSVARSVOARS

The 2018 Steak 'n Shake IndyVirtual Series will be the second season of the IndyVirtual Series.

Brock Kidd will enter the series as defending Drivers' Champion after winning the title in the inaugural season, while Team Morley are defending Teams' Champions.

Teams and drivers

Team Manufacturer No. Driver Rounds
23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Sapporo Team Morley Racing Toyota 9 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Daniel Bruner[1] All
10 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Nick Addison[1] All
11 23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png Yakumi Takahashi[2] All
12 23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Hugh Dwyer[1] All
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png American Engineering Chevrolet 1 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Brock Kidd[3] All
8 23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png Rodrigo Sanchez[4] All
88 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Luke Stokey[3] All
19px-Flag of Monaco.svg-1-.png Formation Competition Jaguar 13 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Marcus Thunder[5] All
17 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Scott Parsons[1] All
23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Cerberus Motorsport Chevrolet 2 23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png Enzo Domenicalli[6] All
24 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Felipe Cesar[7] All
23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png Kannan GP Chevrolet 21 23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png Hiroto Nakumaya[1] All
74 21px-Flag of Iceland.svg-1-.png Aron Einarsson[1] All
23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Signature Performance Chevrolet 7 23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Keith Murphy[8] All
19 23px-Flag of New Zealand.svg-1-.png Alexander McLaughlin[8] All
22 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Kip Maxwell[8] All
96 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Stuart Harrison[8] All
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Rodeo Racing Chevrolet 69 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Will Taylor[1] All
23px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1-.png Vroom Autosport[9] Toyota 46 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Keith Boston[10] All
47 23px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1-.png Jochem van Snelheid[10] All
48 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Kiara Thunder[10] All
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Lancashire Racing Team Jaguar 42 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Callum Brandon[11] All
43 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Alex Wright[11] All
23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png Scuderia Stars[1] Jaguar 6 23px-Flag of Finland.svg-1-.png Mikko Heininen[1] All
23 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Dino Palma[1] All
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Aggies Racing Chevrolet 51 23px-Flag of the Bahamas.svg-1-.png Drake Davies [12] All

Team changes

  • Grip Autosport will be taken over by businesswoman and engineer Roos Vroom, and will become Vroom Autosport for 2018. The team will switch to a Dutch racing license and numbers 46, 47 & 48, but will continue to use Toyota manufactured cars. [9]
  • CopaMundo was taken over by motor sport fan Adrian O'Sullivan and renamed Scuderia Stars. The team will change from Brazilian to Italian. They will use the numbers 6 and 23, but will keep Jaguar manufactured cars.

Driver changes

Calendar

The calendar consisting of eighteen races was announced on 9 February 2018. [1]

Round Race Circuit Date Type
1 AT&T V-Prix of Florida 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png St Petersburg Street Circuit, St Petersburg 25 March Street
2 Steak 'n Shake New York V-Prix 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Watkins Glen International, New York 8 April Road
3 Toyota Japan 500 23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi 22 April Oval
4 Fosters Surfers Paradise V-Prix 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Surfers Paradise Street Circuit, Queensland 29 April Street
5 Sasol V-Prix of South Africa 23px-Flag of South Africa.svg-1-.png Kyalami Racing Circuit, Midrand 13 May Road
6 Eni V-Prix of Italy 23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola 27 May Road
7 Chevrolet Indianapolis 250 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana 10 June Oval
8 Molson Dry Race of Canada 23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal 24 June Street
9 Rolex 250 Miles of Monaco 19px-Flag of Monaco.svg-1-.png Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo 8 July Street
10 DS Automobiles Course de France 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours, Magny-Cours 22 July Road
11 Deutsche Post 250 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png Eurospeedway Lausitz, Lausitz 12 August Oval
12 ING Race van Nederland 23px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1-.png Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort 2 September Road
13 Jaguar British 250 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Rockingham Motor Speedway, Corby 16 September Oval
14 Virgin Atlantic 250 Miles of Daytona 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach 30 September Oval
15 Verizon V-Prix of Long Beach 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Long Beach Grand Prix Circuit, California 7 October Street
16 Mazda V-Prix of California 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey 21 October Road
17 Telmex V-Premio de México 23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, Puebla 28 October Oval
18 Guia Macau V-Prix 23px-Flag of Macau.svg-1-.png Guia Circuit, Macau 11 November Street

* Races marked in gold make up the IndyVirtual triple crown and are all double length and worth double points.

References