The series of virtual events come to an end with the Michelin Virtual British GP. Let’s take a look at the record-breaking performances here. There were a total of five events, comprising ten Virtual Races. It includes two full Virtual Grands Prix. And the Dorna Sports’ run for MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, and MotoE comes to end. The MotoGP races saw 64 riders taking part from 48 teams, taking their chances across four categories. It includes some champions such as the Marc Marquez, nine-time champion Valentino Rossi and MotoGP legend Jorge Lorenzo. The latter was a wild card entry, and he came with Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP. And what more to expect, he won it. It was a very pretty and enthusiastic match to watch we shall say.
If we consider it to be a championship, the top three positions of the premium class was covered by Alex Marquez from Repsol Honda Team, Franceso Bagnala from Pramac Racing, and Maverick Vinales from Monster energy Yamaha MotoGP. And Marquez and Vibnales skipped some of the events, still, we’re in the top. Moto2 table saw Bo Bendsneyder, while Gabriel Rodrigo and Stefano Nepa were top two with equal points in Moto3. Matteo Ferrari of Trentino Gresini was at the top of MotoE World Cup virtual Race. Thus, the winner from 2019 came this time as well on top. There was a large amount of content published for it, and it was similar or more than a real racing championship. There were a lot of interactions and articles as well.