The BRDC Esports Championship resumes on Thursday 21st May with the second round at Monza being streamed live on Motorsport.TV.
Using simulator-platform iRacing in Formula 3 machinery, the series is part of the fundraising drive for the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with proceeds raised going to the National Health Service.
The five-round series, set up by BRDC SuperStars director Andy Meyrick, features 37 permanent drivers and guest drivers at each round.
Among the drivers are eight previous winners of the Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award, as well as the top talents from the BRDC's Rising Stars and SuperStars programmes.
Three-times World Touring Car champion Andy Priaulx and GT ace Richard Westbrook will make their debuts in the series, marking Priaulx's first appearance in F3 machinery since 2001.
Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award holder Johnathan Hoggard won the opening BRDC Esports Championship race at Silverstone last week, seeing off the challenge of Formula E racer Oliver Rowland and Porsche Carrera Cup GB champion Dan Harper.
The second round commences at a virtual Monza from 7pm BST.