Formula 1: Sergio Aguero shines in Virtual F1, but Ian Poulter engines steal the show

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Ian Poulter shared a glimpse of his garage


And if it's not the longest running crash ever in motorsport history, or one of the world's greatest football players Catching up on established drivers, it has to be … the garage of a middle-aged man.

When Ian Poulter sent a goodwill message to his fellow drivers on the official F1 feed ahead of Sunday's Virtual Spanish Grand Prix, he might have forgotten that he was back with a streak Stunning performance cars, including a Porsche 911 GT3 and a stunning unnamed retro-looking supercar.

A Ferrari 275 GTB and Ford GT40 – that's Enzo Ferrari on the wall, absolutely ly fuming at the random Ford It's not as if we couldn't have guessed that the often flamboyantly dressed Poulter could be a rich man for all his golfing success, but more than five Ferraris, several luxury Mercedes and a lot of other special engines make us wonder how much you get paid for winning the Italian Open.

But again, it's not just about the wave if you're Ian Poulter …

Poulter & # 39; s shoes – not necessarily for sale

Poulter held out in the race that finished 18th and even defeated Barcelona midfielder Arthur Melo, who was last – despite getting a little confused during his mid-race interview: "There's something in the middle of my screen, I can't hear my revs and you're in my ears."

Poulter & # 39; s Renault, however, was defeated by Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero, who took his Red Bull to 14th place. But he wasn't the best footballer, after Real Madrid's Thibaut Courtois finished a respectable eleventh after weeks of toil – the highest-ranked non-professional driver and ahead of four pros, including Hamilton … Nick Hamilton.

But it was Williams' George Russell – who had given us the pleasure of seeing a Williams in pole position – who won despite losing four places from the start.

After a late race battle with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, Russell brutally received a three-second penalty for breaking the track limits, but claimed victory after Leclerc received the same penalty.

Leclerc appears after a disappointing Saturday in which he was defeated in the Veloce Not The GP Series (both races were held this week in a virtual spa in Belgium), lost his erasable touch after he lost on the line by 0.013 seconds to the Turkish driver and wiper Cem Bolukbasi for Toro Toss O.

And then crashing "stupid" from the second race, won by Alfa Romeo & # 39 Ace Egamer Dani Bereznay. A very busy Ian Poulter finished a creditable seventh and Courtois retired.

But & # 39; incident of the weekend & # 39; Mitch Evans has to get into his Jaguar, during the Formula E Race At Home challenge, who seemed to be traveling under a different car for what felt like half of the Monaco round during a massive stack of multiple cars on the beginning of the race.

It all started, again, by a quirky and unfortunate Stoffel Vandoorne from Mercedes, who had qualified second on the grid and was only beaten directly from behind – just like he was in the F1 Virtual Brazilian GP last weekend. Cruel luck for arguably one of the strongest erasers yet to this lockdown.

And in an even bigger shock, BMW iAndretti & # 39; s Max Gunther didn't win his fourth race in a row, but finished third behind a recovered Vandoorne, and the only man to have a seemed to have a quiet race, winner Pascal Wehrlein of Mahindra.

Formula E: Pascal Wehrlein wins & # 39; shunt-filled & # 39; Monaco e-Prix

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