With eight grand prix so far either postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and no racing until the Canadian Grand Prix on June 14 at the earliest, drivers are filling the void by joining the online gaming community.
Max Verstappen and Lando Norris are two of Epsort's biggest supporters, but Perez and Stroll are gearing themselves up to take part.
"As soon as it is safe to do so, we will get back to the racing," said Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer.
"In the meantime, there are some excellent efforts going on with F1 Esports and our drivers will be involved in those online events in the weeks ahead."
Szafnauer recognises the current situation, in life in general, and not just motorsports is "certainly not easy for anybody", and "clearly transcend the sport".
The team closed its Silverstone base on Wednesday, with staff due to return to work on April 16.
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