Formula E has managed to surround their racing cars electrical packaging very attractive. Large cities, parallel events, and in the not too distant future careers support with autonomous vehicles are some of the attractions that make the event run by Alejandro Agag is gaining popularity. One of these parallel events are the eRaces that riders and fans can play during the different ePrix. Now, this idea goes a step further and the Formula E will have its first race virtual in Las Vegas with prizes valued at a million euros.
The 20 drivers in the Formula E will compete in this eRace in Las Vegas and in addition face 10 players that they will have to earn a place in the grill, through a process of classification called the ‘Road to Vegas Challenge’. The 30 participants will face a racing weekend 2.0 will take place between days 5 and 7 of January 2017 in the framework of the CES (Consumer Electronics Show), one of the most important events in the world associated with the digital world and are increasingly more noticeable to the eSports.
With a million dollars in prizes, the ePrix virtual of the Formula E in Las Vegas becomes one of the events FIA with a greater reward, and at the same time in a reference to economic level between the eSports. The eRace will be raced on a track specially designed in the framework of the famous ‘Strip’ of Las Vegas on the support offered by the well-known simulator rFactor 2. This platform will be used both by riders during the event as per all the amateurs, fans, and players wishing to access the qualification phase. The Formula E is one step ahead.