The sixth round of Formula E's Race at Home Challenge will take place at the virtual Brooklyn Street Circuit on Saturday.
The New York E-Prix circuit has played host to the previous two real-life FE season finales, both of which witnessed Jean-Eric Vergne clinching the championship.
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Mahindra Racing's Pascal Wehrlein holds a slender eight-point advantage over Mercedes' Stoffel Vandoorne in the Esports series, which runs in partnership with Motorsport Games to support the UNICEF coronavirus relief effort.
Oliver Rowland took his maiden virtual Formula E race win at the previous round, but that was overshadowed by Daniel Abt's controversial decision to allow an esports driver to race in his place.
Audi has suspended Abt and will run only one virtual car for Lucas di Grassi in the last round of Formula E's sim racing series on rFactor 2 before the double-header finale next weekend.
Vandoorne's team-mate Nyck de Vries' track guide can be found here.
Coverage of the races for the Formula E drivers and esports professionals in the Challenge Grid starts from 3.30pm BST.