2019 Formula Virtual season

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2019 FVA Formula Virtual
World Championship season
Previous: 2018 Next: 2020
Top tier:
FVIndyVirtual
Second tier:
VWRS
Third tier:
VERSVARSVOARS

The 2019 Formula Virtual season will be the eighth season of the Formula Virtual World Championship. The series is a virtual motor racing championship run by Nic Morley for members of the F1 Fanatic website and is recognised by the Formula Virtual Association (FVA) governing body as the highest class of competition for virtual motor racing.

Nathaniel Powers will start the season as the defending world champion for the second year in a row after winning his third world title in the 2018 Brazilian V-Prix. DS Mathershaw are the defending constructors champions after collecting their second title in the 2018 Mexican V-Prix.

Teams and drivers

The following teams and drivers are currently scheduled to participate in the seventh season of the Formula Virtual World Championship.

Team Constructor Chassis Engine Tyre No. Race Drivers No. Reserve Driver(s)
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Downton FV Team Downton BD07 Downton DS-2019[1] G 1 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Nathaniel Powers[2] 94 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Sam Hudson[2]
2 23px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1-.png Klaas van Snelheid[2]
23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Red Bull DS Automobiles Team Mathershaw DS Mathershaw RJM-007 DS Automobiles FV10-19[1] G 21 23px-Flag of Estonia.svg-1-.png Allar Kangur[3] 23 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Sebastien Vocquelin[4]
22 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Adrien Simon[3]
23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png Ocelot Japan Racing Ocelot-Alfa Romeo TBC Alfa Romeo[5] G 81 23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png Puccio Giodano[6] 24 20px-Flag of Denmark.svg-1-.png Nicolas Steffensen[7]
82 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Hunter Ryan[6]
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Franklin Franklin-Honda JF-07 Honda G 11 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Enrique Ruiz[8] 33 23px-Flag of Russia.svg-1-.png Anna Jelizaveta[8]
12 23px-Flag of Finland.svg-1-.png Tumo Kinnumen[8]
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Ingram V-Prix Ingram-Honda TBC Honda G 37 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Jean Mattson[9] 39 21px-Flag of Norway.svg-1-.png Zander Brynildsen[9]
38 23px-Flag of Colombia.svg-1-.png James Vasquez[9]
23px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1-.png Koenigsegg Team Holmqvist Holmqvist-Koenigsegg FH-004 Koenigsegg[10] G 51 23px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1-.png Felix Beyer[11] 53 23px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1-.png Maximilian Thunström[11]
52 23px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1-.png Sebastian Bergkvist[12]
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Ecotricity DS Automobiles Team Phoenix[13] DS Phoenix PX2 DS Automobiles FV10-19[1] G 41 23px-Flag of Argentina.svg-1-.png Sergio Álvarez[14] 43 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png James Thompson[15]
42 23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png Thierry Xylander[15]
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png North Star Racing North Star-Ford NSR-V04 Ford SVT 183 V10[16][17] G 9 20px-Flag of Denmark.svg-1-.png Johan Halvosen[18] 19 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png Niklaus Hölzberg[19]
10 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Gabriele García[20]
16px-Flag of Switzerland.svg-1-.png Lopez FV Team Lopez-Downton DL-04 Downton DS-2019[1] G 25 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png Elroy Wagner[21] 77 23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png Rafael Palou[22]
26 23px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1-.png Viktor Östberg[22]
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png FIRST Motorsport FIRST-Ford Yunick 19 Ford SVT 183 V10[23] G 73 23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png Felix Pérez[24] 75 23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png Stefan Klien[24]
74 23px-Flag of Ukraine.svg-1-.png Oleksandr Zozulya[24]
23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Arnello Milner & Ronson Autosport AMR-Ford AMR-FV-5 Ford SVT 183 V10[23][25] G 91 23px-Flag of Ukraine.svg-1-.png Dmytro Kovalenko[26] 93 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Emma Wilson[26]
92 16px-Flag of Switzerland.svg-1-.png Finn Schnyder[25]
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Petrobras Meteor International FV Team[27] Meteor-Infiniti MM19 Infiniti-001[28] G 5 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Jules Simon[28] 44 23px-Flag of Russia.svg-1-.png Andrey Kerzhakov[28]
6 23px-Flag of Argentina.svg-1-.png Mario Juan Lopez[28]
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Lucas V-Prix[29] Lucas-Downton LW-4GPR Downton DS-2019[30] G 15 23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png Arden Hutchinson[31] 31 23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Jules Barclay[32]
16 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Marcus Thunder[32]
23px-Flag of Ireland.svg-1-.png Cheema FV Racing[33] Cheema-Alfa Romeo Imad-01 Alfa Romeo[5] G 17 23px-Flag of Russia.svg-1-.png Nikolai Milkovich[34] 28 23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png Diego Campos[34]
18 23px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1-.png Carson Davenport[34]
22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Andromeda Automobilismo Brasileiro[35] Andromeda-Honda AND-HS1 Honda[36] G 47 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Will Hoskins[37] 49 23px-Flag of China.svg-1-.png Qing Xun Zhao[38]
48 23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png Rodolfo de la Fuente[37]
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Excelsior[39] Excelsior-Koenigsegg TBC Koenigsegg[39] G 7 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png Karl Beckenbauer[39] 78 16px-Flag of Switzerland.svg-1-.png Danilo Forini[40]
8 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Lewis Ellington[40]

Team changes

  • Westwood left the series after the 2018 Malaysian V-Prix and did not return for 2019.[41]
  • DS Mathershaw and Downton will split after a three year partnership.[42] Later the two companies announced that Downton and Lopez would keep Downton engines, while Mathershaw and Phoenix used DS Automobile engines. Both parties kept a loose relationship.[1]
  • Phoenix will drop Judd engines after one year, moving to using DS Automobiles engines alongside Mathershaw.[43][1] Later it was announced the team would rebrand as DS Phoenix.[13]
  • Engine supplier BMW will leave the sport for the second time, leaving North Star searching for a new engine supply. It was eventually announced that they will run Ford engines alongside FIRST and AMR.[16][17]
  • Following the 2018 United States V-Prix, Ford announced they would be supplying engines to AMR, welcoming them into an engine deal with FIRST Motorsport.[23]
  • Meteor and Virgin ended their partnership after three years, following a troubled 2017 and 2018.[44] Meteor later announced that they would use Infiniti engines for 2019.[28]
  • Former Formula Virtual team Lucas V-Prix rejoined the sport after an abrupt departure in 2015. The team will use their old numbers 15 and 16[29] and will run with Downton engines.[30]
  • Cheema FV Racing joined the series and became the first 14th team in its history. The team is run by Ahmed Cheema and will use the numbers 17 and 18,[33] and be powered by Alfa Romeo engines in a technical partnership with Ocelot.[5]
  • Andromeda ABR were the 15th team accepted into the series. The Brazilian team will be the first to be based in South America. The team is run by Hector Seibel and will use the numbers 47 and 48.[35] They will use Honda engines with Franklin and Ingram. [36]
  • After the 2018 Mexican V-Prix it was announced that Excelsior will be the 16th team for 2019. The team will be run by Adam Willis. It will be based in America, use Koenigsegg engines and the numbers 7 and 8.[39]

Driver changes

Calendar

The following seventeen V-Prix's are due to be run as part of the 2019 season.[49]

Round V-Prix Circuit Date
1 Australian V-Prix 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne 7 April
2 Japanese V-Prix 23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png Fuji Speedway, Oyama 21 April
3 Chinese V-Prix 23px-Flag of China.svg-1-.png Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai 5 May
4 Malaysian V-Prix 23px-Flag of Malaysia.svg-1-.png Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur 19 May
5 British V-Prix 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone 2 June
6 French V-Prix 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours, Magny Cours 9 June
7 Spanish V-Prix 23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png Circuito Permanente de Jerez, Jerez de la Frontera 23 June
8 Canadian V-Prix 23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal 7 July
9 United States V-Prix 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis 21 July
10 Austrian V-Prix 23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 11 August
11 German V-Prix 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png Nürburgring, Nürburg 25 August
12 Bahrain V-Prix 23px-Flag of Bahrain.svg-1-.png Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir 15 September
13 Turkish V-Prix 23px-Flag of Turkey.svg-1-.png Istanbul Park, Istanbul 6 October
14 Italian V-Prix 23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza 20 October
15 Belgian V-Prix 23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Francorchamps 10 November
16 Mexican V-Prix 23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City 24 November
17 Brazilian V-Prix 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo 8 December

Calendar changes

  • Both the French V-Prix and the German V-Prix will switch locations, moving from Paul Ricard and Hockenheim to Magny-Cours and Nürburgring respectively.
  • After just one race the Slovakian V-Prix was discontinued and not replaced, leaving the amount of races at 17.

Rule changes

Q1

With the increase of teams to sixteen, an additional qualifying session dubbed 'Q1' was introduced. The bottom six from last year's championship (in this case; Meteor, AMR, Lucas, Cheema, Andromeda and Excelsior) will participate in a separate session before qualifying. The top six drivers from that session will progress to take part in Q2, while the other six are classified as DNQ. From round six onwards, the current bottom six teams in the championship will take part in Q1, and can change on a race-by-race basis.[50]

Tyres

The range of tyre compounds for 2019 was increased from four to six, and the names were replaced with extreme soft, extra soft, soft, medium, hard and extra hard.[51] The extreme soft was removed a few months later, with the tyre range now going from extra soft to extra hard.

Race Winnings

The race winnings changed to as follows[52]:

  • 1st-12th - $500,000
  • 13th-20th - $400,000
  • 21st-26th - $300,000
  • DNF/DNQ - $100,000

However, this was later amended to:

  • 1st-12th - $500,000
  • 13th-26th - $400,000
  • DNF/DNQ - $300,000

Limit on drivers

The maximum limit of drivers allowed to be used in a season has been brought down from 4 to 3.[52]

Driver/car ratio

After the driver/car ratio was changed in 2017 to put more emphasis on driver ability, it was amended again in 2019 with drivers having an even bigger affect.[53]

Development

Development points will now cost $200,000 while research points will remain at $400,000. The limit on development points has been increased to 4, and a maximum of 10 points can be spent at a race.

Season report

Results and standings

V-Prix's

Round V-Prix Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning constructor Report
1 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Australian V-Prix Report
2 23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png Japanese V-Prix Report
3 23px-Flag of China.svg-1-.png Chinese V-Prix Report
4 23px-Flag of Malaysia.svg-1-.png Malaysian V-Prix Report
5 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png British V-Prix Report
6 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png French V-Prix Report
7 23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png Spanish V-Prix Report
8 23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png Canadian V-Prix Report
9 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png United States V-Prix Report
10 23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png Austrian V-Prix Report
11 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png German V-Prix Report
12 23px-Flag of Bahrain.svg-1-.png Bahrain V-Prix Report
13 23px-Flag of Turkey.svg-1-.png Turkish V-Prix Report
14 23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png Italian V-Prix Report
15 23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png Belgian V-Prix Report
16 23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png Mexican V-Prix Report
17 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Brazilian V-Prix Report

Drivers' standings

Points are awarded to the top ten classified finishers using the following structure:

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1
Pos Driver AUS
23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png
JPN
23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png
CHN
23px-Flag of China.svg-1-.png
MAL
23px-Flag of Malaysia.svg-1-.png
GBR
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png
FRA
23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png
ESP
23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png
CAN
23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png
USA
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png
AUT
23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png
GER
23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png
BHR
23px-Flag of Bahrain.svg-1-.png
TUR
23px-Flag of Turkey.svg-1-.png
ITA
23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png
BEL
23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png
MEX
23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png
BRA
22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png
Points
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Nathaniel Powers 0
- 23px-Flag of Estonia.svg-1-.png Allar Kangur 0
- 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Adrien Simon 0
- 23px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1-.png Klaas van Snelheid 0
- 23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png Puccio Giodano 0
- 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Enrique Ruiz 0
- 23px-Flag of Finland.svg-1-.png Tumo Kinnumen 0
- 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Jean Mattson 0
- 23px-Flag of Colombia.svg-1-.png James Vasquez 0
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Will Hoskins 0
- 23px-Flag of Russia.svg-1-.png Nikolai Milkovich 0
- 20px-Flag of Denmark.svg-1-.png Johan Halvosen 0
- 23px-Flag of Argentina.svg-1-.png Sergio Álvarez 0
- 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png Elroy Wagner 0
- 23px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1-.png Carson Davenport 0
- 23px-Flag of Ukraine.svg-1-.png Oleksandr Zozulya 0
- 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Gabriele García 0
- 23px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1-.png Felix Beyer 0
- 16px-Flag of Switzerland.svg-1-.png Finn Schnyder 0
- 23px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1-.png Viktor Östberg 0
- 23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png Felix Pérez 0
- 23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png Karl Beckenbauer 0
- 23px-Flag of Ukraine.svg-1-.png Dmytro Kovalenko 0
- 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png Jules Simon 0
- 23px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1-.png Sebastian Bergkvist 0
- 23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png Thierry Xylander 0
- 23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png Arden Hutchinson 0
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Marcus Thunder 0
- 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png Hunter Ryan 0
- 23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png Rodolfo de la Fuente 0
- 23px-Flag of Argentina.svg-1-.png Mario Juan Lopez 0
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Lewis Ellington 0
Pos Driver AUS
23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png
JPN
23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png
CHN
23px-Flag of China.svg-1-.png
MAL
23px-Flag of Malaysia.svg-1-.png
GBR
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png
FRA
23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png
ESP
23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png
CAN
23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png
USA
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png
AUT
23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png
GER
23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png
BHR
23px-Flag of Bahrain.svg-1-.png
TUR
23px-Flag of Turkey.svg-1-.png
ITA
23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png
BEL
23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png
MEX
23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png
BRA
22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Purple Classified retirement
Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light blue Practiced only (PO)
Test driver (TD)
Blank Excluded (EX)
Withdrawn (WD)
Did not participate

Constructors' standings

Pos Constructor Car
No.
AUS
23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png
JPN
23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png
CHN
23px-Flag of China.svg-1-.png
MAL
23px-Flag of Malaysia.svg-1-.png
GBR
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png
FRA
23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png
ESP
23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png
CAN
23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png
USA
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png
AUT
23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png
GER
23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png
BHR
23px-Flag of Bahrain.svg-1-.png
TUR
23px-Flag of Turkey.svg-1-.png
ITA
23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png
BEL
23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png
MEX
23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png
BRA
22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png
Points
- 23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png DS Mathershaw 21 0
22
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Downton 1 0
2
- 23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png Ocelot-Alfa Romeo 81 0
82
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Franklin-Honda 11 0
12
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Ingram-Honda 37 0
38
- 23px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1-.png Holmqvist-Koenigsegg 51 0
52
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png DS Phoenix 41 0
42
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png North Star-Ford 9 0
10
- 16px-Flag of Switzerland.svg-1-.png Lopez-Downton 25 0
26
- 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png FIRST-Ford 73 0
74
- 23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png AMR-Ford 91 0
92
- 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Meteor-Infiniti 5 0
6
- 23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png Lucas-Downton 15 0
16
- 23px-Flag of Ireland.svg-1-.png Cheema-Alfa Romeo 17 0
18
- 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png Andromeda-Honda 47 0
48
- 23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png Excelsior-Koenigsegg 7 0
8
Pos Constructor Car
No.
AUS
23px-Flag of Australia.svg-1-.png
JPN
23px-Flag of Japan.svg-1-.png
CHN
23px-Flag of China.svg-1-.png
MAL
23px-Flag of Malaysia.svg-1-.png
GBR
23px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1-.png
FRA
23px-Flag of France.svg-1-.png
ESP
23px-Flag of Spain.svg-1-.png
CAN
23px-Flag of Canada.svg-1-.png
USA
23px-Flag of the United States.svg-1-.png
AUT
23px-Flag of Austria.svg-1-.png
GER
23px-Flag of Germany.svg-1-.png
BHR
23px-Flag of Bahrain.svg-1-.png
TUR
23px-Flag of Turkey.svg-1-.png
ITA
23px-Flag of Italy.svg-1-.png
BEL
23px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg-1-.png
MEX
23px-Flag of Mexico.svg-1-.png
BRA
22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1-.png
Points

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 DS Automobiles and Downton announce restructuring of partnership
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Downton confirm unchanged line-up for 2019
  3. 3.0 3.1 DS Automobiles Team Mathershaw confirm Adrien Simon and Allar Kangur for 2019
  4. 4.0 4.1 DS Automobiles Team Mathershaw announce new signing
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Ocelot and Cheema to run Alfa Romeo engines in 2019
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Ocelot open new HQ and reveal drivers
  7. Steffensen to remain at Ocelot
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Franklin confirm drivers
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Ingram confirm 2019 drivers
  10. Holmqvist split from Renault, become semi-works Koenigsegg team
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 Beyer to lead Holmqvist in 2019
  12. 12.0 12.1 Bergkvist handed Holmqvist debut in 2019
  13. 13.0 13.1 Phoenix Motorsport announce rebranding for 2019
  14. Phoenix reveal Alvarez to stay on for 2019
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Phoenix finalinse 2019 lineup
  16. 16.0 16.1 BMW exit leaves North Star scrambling
  17. 17.0 17.1 North Star secure Ford power for 2019 onward
  18. Halvosen confirmed at North Star for 2019
  19. 19.0 19.1 Hölzberg to fill North Star 2019 reserve role
  20. 20.0 20.1 García given North Star drive for 2019
  21. Lopez confirm Wagner for 2019
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 Lopez confirm their 2019 drivers lineup
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 Ford to supply second FV team
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 FIRST Motorsport announce 2019 driver lineup
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 AMR Confirm Ford Engines, Schnyder for 2019
  26. 26.0 26.1 2018 Mexican V-Prix Thursday Press Conference
  27. Petrobras to title sponsor Meteor in 2019
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.4 28.5 28.6 Meteor confirm driver lineup for Infiniti-powered 2019 season
  29. 29.0 29.1 Lucas V-Prix return to Formula Virtual
  30. 30.0 30.1 Lucas to run with Downton engines on return
  31. 31.0 31.1 Lucas V-Prix confirm Hutchinson
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 Lucas V-Prix confirms shock Thunder signing
  33. 33.0 33.1 Cheema FV Racing join Formula Virtual
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 34.3 Milkovich and Davenport to race for Cheema in 2019
  35. 35.0 35.1 Andromeda ABR granted entry to Formula Virtual
  36. 36.0 36.1 Andromeda ABR to run with Honda's engine on Formula Virtual Debut
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 Andromeda confirms drivers and shows off their design for 2019
  38. Zhao confirmed as Andromeda test driver
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 39.4 Excelsior confirmed as 16th team for 2019
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 Excelsior confirm drivers for 2019
  41. Westwood leave Formula Virtual
  42. BREAKING NEWS: Downton and DS Mathershaw to split from 2019
  43. Easton confirms parting of ways for Phoenix and Judd
  44. Meteor and Virgin announce split
  45. Beyer to leave AMR amid engine concerns for 2019
  46. Beyer to replace Kinnumen in Bahrain
  47. Beyer to replace Kinnumen in Bahrain
  48. Kinnumen joins Ocelot
  49. 2019 Race Schedule confirmed
  50. Pre-Qualfying confirmed for 2019
  51. 2019 tyre compound names confirmed... for real this time
  52. 52.0 52.1 Race winnings/limit of drivers to change in 2019
  53. Drivers more important in 2019/tyre regs uncertain

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