Three races into the Virtual World Championship and we've had three different winners, making it tight at the top of the standings.
Manuel F of Austria, who finished third in both the season opener in Abu Dhabi and at race two in Cannes, took the top spot in Chiba with an impressive time of 57.4163s. Manuel F won by just 0.0033s – one of the closest times in VWC history.
Werner Pany, also of Austria, finished second, and after winning the Abu Dhabi race, now sits on top of the VWC standings. Third place in Chiba went to RFO of Russia who finished with a time of 58.0219s. RFO won the second round of the 2018 VWC and these three pilots have started to pull away from the other competitors in the standings.
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VWC Chiba Results
1st Manuel F (AUT) 57.4163s
2nd Werner Pany (AUT) 57.4196s
3rd RFO (RUS) 58.0219s
4th Konstantin Skiba (RUS) 58.0347s
Virtual World Championship Standings after round three