While the racecars have kept parked since coronakrisen broke out, so there have been time in the various joysticks and virtual races.
such A attended Audi's Formula E driver Daniel Abt in, since the weekend was held the Race at Home Challenge Series, among the drivers in the class.
And while it appears that Abt drove a phenomenal comeback home, it had to prove that he was professional, virtual using.
It writes the BBC.
After a sluggish start on the virtual race managed he suddenly revanchere to an overall third place finish, which caused some amazement at the other drivers.
All the riders were filmed during the races, but an outcome in Abt's video feed was not exactly a damper on the mystery around the performance.
It came subsequently to light that he was the professional gamer Lorenz Horzing to take it virtual right, which has led Audi to take the consequence.
'Integrity, transparency and consistent compliance with the existing rules of the game are top priorities', says Audi.
'that's Why Audi Sport decided to suspend Daniel Abt', sounds the on.
The 27-year-old German has also scored both of 10,000 euros, equivalent to almost 75.000 dollars.
On the real racetrack has Daniel Abt fine success. Here celebrating he third place at Formul E-course 'ePrix de Paris'. Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard/Ritzau Scanpix
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