Virtual driver caught cheating

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With motor racing currently cancelled most events are being completed via virtual races.

However, in a rare story a Formula E driver has been disqualified for cheating.

Daniel Abt was disqualified from yesterday’s Race At Home Challenge after the series discovered he did not drive his car in the event.

Abt, who started second and finished third, admitted he “called in outside help during the race on Saturday”.

Formula E has fined Abt $20,000 NZD which must be paid to a charity of his choice.

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