Formula E drivers to race video gamers in Vegas event

By Alan Baldwin MONZA, Italy (Reuters) – Ten video gamers will take on Formula E racing drivers in a virtual ‘ePrix’ in Las Vegas in January with $1 million in prize money to be won, organizers of the electric series announced on Thursday. Alejandro Agag, chief executive of the electric racing series, told Reuters the 10 members of the public would secure their places through online qualifying races dubbed the ‘Road to Vegas Challenge’. All 20 regular drivers will join them for the virtual race on a specially designed track that will incorporate the famed Las Vegas Strip.

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