All 25 Supercars championship drivers will take part in the upcoming All Stars Eseries, to be contested via the iRacing platform.
The 10-round format kicks off on April 8, when the drivers will navigate two iconic race tracks from the comfort of their living room.
Victoria's Phillip Island and Monza in Italy will comprise the first event, which will be screened on Fox Sport in Australia and Sky Sports in New Zealand.
iRacing is a virtual simulation video game, often seen in the Esports realm, and recently used by both the Nascar and IndyCar series - the latter featuring Kiwi Scott McLaughlin, who finished fourth.
Each driver has created their own custom livery and selected an individual race number for the series that will hopefully satisfy the appetite of petrol heads all around the globe, amid the COVID-10 pandemic.
"This Eseries, featuring championship drivers, is a great offering for Supercars fans to still connect with drivers and teams, while still respecting all the very important social-distancing measures that have been put in place to keep us all safe," said BP Australia general manager Adam Arnold.
The oil company will sponsor the series that will also feature Kiwis Andre Heimgartner, Chris Pither, Shane Van Gisbergen, Fabian Coulthard and McLaughlin.