Pro-golfer Ian Poulter and Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois will compete against last year's Formula One rookie of the year Lando Norris in Veloce Esports' #NotTheBahGP.
Poulter regularly attends F1 races and has previously participated in the Ferrari 299 GTO Tour.
"As an avid follower of Formula 1 and a huge petrolhead, I love to jump into my simulator from time to time and having the opportunity to drive in Veloce Esports' #NotTheBahGP is extremely exciting," Poulter said in a statement.
"The chance to race with Lando [Norris], Stoffel [Vandoorne] and the rest of the guys would normally never happen. Plus, adding in sporting icons like Thibaut [Courtois] and major YouTubers and esports drivers is a brilliant concept which will capture a very diverse audience. Now it's time to get some practice in!"
Usually driving fairways🏌️♂️now driving F1 cars...— Veloce Esports (@VeloceEsports) March 20, 2020
Next up to the Tee @IanJamesPoulter ⛳️
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Sunday, Mar 22nd at 6 PM GMT
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Courtois also raced in last year's event.
This is the second race Veloce has hosted with F1 Esports driver Dani Bereznay winning #NotTheAusGP last week.
Norris' Twitch stream of him racing in the event based on the Australian Grand Prix was the most-watched in the world on the day, attracting 70,000 live viewers.
All of the action from #NotTheBahGP can be followed live on the Veloce Esports YouTube and Twitch channels, with the race set to start at 18:00 GMT.