Codemasters provides a bit of game-tech info about the race setups.
However, the race, scheduled for the weekend of 22-24 May, has been postponed, with it and its support package that included French Formula 4, Renault Clio's and GT races.
F1 chiefs last week announced the postponements of the Dutch and Spanish Grands Prix, while Monaco cancelled their May 24 slot.
Formula 1 remain optimistic of holding a 15-18 race season in 2020 starting in the summer, according to its chairman Chase Carey.
Driving on Sunday were current and ex-F1-pros such as Lando Norris, Nicholas Latifi, Nico Hulkenberg, Johnny Herbert and Anthony Davidson - as well as celebs like Olympic cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy, golfer Ian Poulter and singer-songwriter Liam Payne.
However, with the virtual races taking place on the official F1 2019 video game - which does not have the Hanoi Street Circuit - Vietnam will be replaced by an alternative Virtual Grand Prix venue.
These F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix will also be broadcast live with worldwide broadcast partners, including Sky Sports F1, Sky Sports Main Event, and Sky Sports Mix in the UK. The F1 blog stresses that there are no official World Championship points up for grabs, so you don't have to worry about who actually wins.
Interestingly, because some drivers are pretty good behind a virtual wheel and others aren't, the competition will "be configured in such a way to encourage competitive and entertaining racing", which is a gentle way of leading into the fact rubbish drivers will be given advantages like "reduced vehicle damage, and optional anti-lock brakes and traction control for those less familiar with the game".
The Virtual Grand Prix's are now scheduled to take place until May and will be extended if the COVID-19 pandemic results in further Grand Prix cancellations.
The 2019 novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has officially been classified as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation.
It's important to note that this virus does not discriminate in who it infects.
There has been a near total shutdown of sporting events across the global in response to the Covid-19 outbreak, with football and Formula 1 no exception.