Alfa Romeo Racing has confirmed that Antonio Giovinazzi will represent the team at Sunday’s Virtual Vietnam Grand Prix.
Formula 1 has launched a series of events to replace postponed or cancelled grands prix amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Two 2020 F1 drivers – Lando Norris and Nicholas Latifi – signed up for the opening round in Bahrain.
On Thursday it was confirmed that two-time race winner Charles Leclerc, Alexander Albon and George Russell will participate in Sunday’s event.
Giovinazzi, 26, made his Formula 1 debut in 2017 and last year competed for Alfa Romeo in his first full season.
Giovinazzi will line up alongside Sky Sports F1 pundit and three-time race winner Johnny Herbert, who raced for Sauber in the 1990s.
Other confirmed participants include Haas reserve drivers Pietro Fittipaldi and Louis Delétraz, Renault junior Christian Lundgaard, and England cricket legend Ben Stokes.
Arthur Leclerc, younger brother of Charles, will compete for Ferrari, the team whose Academy he joined at the start of 2020.
Formula 1 will use its official video game while the event will take place at Melbourne’s Albert Park Circuit, due to new-for-2020 Hanoi being unavailable.
Sunday’s event will be streamed on Facebook, Twitch, Youtube and Sky Sports, and begins at 20:00 BST.