Current Virtual World Championship Champion Manuel F has enjoyed a late-season surge as he wins two in a row, taking him back to the top of the standings.
At the recent Indianapolis race, Manuel F beat more than 1,200 other pilots to set the fastest time on Race Day. His impressive time of 1:09.7626 was unbeatable and the closest pilot, Romain Genestrier of France, was 0.1728s slower.
Werner Pany, who was leading the VWC standings before this race, could only finish fourth. This opened the door for RFO to start climbing up the leader board, with the Russian pilot finishing third and claiming six world championship points.
With just one race to go Manuel F now finds himself top of the leaderboard on 56 points, with Werner Pan just four points behind – so there's everything to play for.
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Indianapolis VWC results
1st Manuel F 1:09.7626
2nd Romain Genestrier 1:09.9354
3rd RFO 1:09.9745
4th Werner Pany 1:10.0872
5th TheNiko 1:10.4959
Virtual World Championship Standings after round seven