An all-star cast of current and former F1 drivers, up-and-coming youngsters, and a World Cup-winning cricketer will compete in Formula 1’s second Virtual Grand Prix on Sunday night.
Almost five million people tuned in to watch the Virtual Grand National on Saturday afternoon.
Dillian Whyte was advised to never fight again as he laid in a hospital bed after his brittle body finally shattered following a brutal battle with Anthony Joshua.
Potters Corner has won the Virtual Grand National ahead of Walk In The Mill and Any Second Now.
Stephen Kenny has replaced Mick McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager with immediate effect.