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Leclerc, Norris sorry for Virtual GP crashes

Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris sorry for Virtual Monaco GP crashes Last Updated: 26/05/20 2:30pm 0:40 A four-car battle around the virtual streets of Monte Carlo ended with a crash between Lando Norris and Arthur Leclerc at Ste Devote.A four-car battle around the virtual streets of Monte Carlo ended with a crash between Lando Norris and Arthur Leclerc at Ste Devote.Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris showed that racing professionalism extends to the Esports world by apologising to rivals for collisions in the Virtual Monaco GP.

Leclerc collided with Mercedes’ Esteban Gutierrez in the closing laps, losing out on second place behind runaway victor George Russell, while Norris had earlier sent Charles’ brother Arthur into the barriers at Ste Devote..