Williams Formula 1 racers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi will represent the team when the Virtual Grand Prix series returns this weekend.
Formula 1 launched a virtual series last year, held in place of grands prix that were cancelled or postponed, and Russell emerged on top, taking four wins.
For 2021 Formula 1 has organised a three-round series, which will take place across three successive weekends from this Sunday, with a charity prize fund of $100,000 up for grabs.
A Sprint Race, which features Formula 1 Esports Pro Series drivers, will determine the starting grid for the Feature Race, in which Formula 1 drivers and celebrities will appear for a 50 per cent distance race.
The events will take place at the Red Bull Ring, Silverstone and Interlagos.
On Wednesday the partial line-up for this Sunday’s event was revealed, with Red Bull reserve Alexander Albon and Mercedes back-up Stoffel Vandoorne also slated to appear.
Ferrari youngsters Arthur Leclerc and Marcus Armstrong will represent the marque while Alpine will also put its faith in junior drivers Christian Lundgaard and Oscar Piastri.
Pietro Fittipaldi, who started two grands prix with Haas in 2020 as a replacement for the injured Romain Grosjean, will partner younger brother Enzo to represent the team.
Real Madrid and Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois will also return to the series to represent Alfa Romeo.
The first event is scheduled to begin at 18:00 GMT on Sunday and will be broadcast across a range of Formula 1’s streaming services.