The headliners endured a difficult race, with Rosberg ending eighth and Coulthard 11th after both were caught up in their own incidents.
Coulthard took the lead into Turn One having started on the front row in the Red Bull, but his lead lasted less than half a lap, as the field behind soon swarmed him for first.
Rosberg recovered from being taken out immediately at the start by Robert Doornbos, but due to his rival’s misfortunes and struggle for pace, 8th was good enough to win the series 4 points to 3.
Alex Márquez put a last lap pass on brother Marc to score a second victory in the MotoGP Virtual GP series.
Fabio Quartararo started from pole position but was soon engaged in a race-long battle with the eventual victor.
A fall on lap three put the Yamaha rider behind the Honda, but contact between the pair on lap seven allowed Marc into the lead with two laps remaining.
Alex was able to close in on his brother and by the final lap was applying pressure for the lead. Entering the final corner, the 2019 MotoGP champion remained in the lead, but an error ended his hopes of a win.
The leader ran wide, allowing Alex into first to take his second series win. Another fall for Quartararo allowed Valentino Rossi through into third for his first virtual podium
rFactor 2, Hong Kong
For the first time since the series began, Max Guenther failed to finish on the podium in the Formula E Race at Home challenge as Pascal Wehrlein made it two wins in two.
At a virtual Hong Kong ePrix circuit, it was Edoardo Mortara who took pole position, but the Venturi driver’s fortunes didn’t last.
From the start, the action was chaotic as the majority of the field was involved in a pile up into Turn One as Mortara retained his lead.
His lead lasted for five laps when he made contact with the barriers and was pitched into a spin. From that point on, Wehrlein held onto first place, with Stoffel Vandoorne and James Colado rounding out the podium.
iRacing Indy 500
A final lap pass by Brandon Traino gave him his second straight iRacing Indy 500 race win in dramatic style.
With the final caution flag of the race withdrawn with one lap to go, it set up a shootout for victory, with Tanner Watkins leading as the final lap started.
Behind him, Traino gained a run out of Turn Two and slipstreamed his way by coming into the penultimate corner, while third place man Jason Brophy began to close in on the leading pair.
In the drag race to the line, Watkins and Brophy made contact as Traino took the chequered flag to win the race to become the event’s first-ever two-time winner.