The Macau Grand Prix Formula 3 World Cup race will be streamed live on the Formula 1 YouTube channel.
Sunday’s race will be the first time that the prestigious Macau GP title is fought for with the new FIA Formula 3 car, as seen on the F1 support bill in 2019.
Red Bull junior driver Juri Vips will start from pole position for Hitech after winning the qualification race.
Robert Shwartzman, the Ferrari-backed FIA F3 champion, will start alongside Vips on the front row for Prema, with Macau debutants Christian Lundgaard and Richard Verschoor set to share the second row of the grid.
A number of expected contenders will start the race further down the field after being involved in a first-lap incident in Saturday’s race, including Marcus Armstrong and two-time Macau winner Dan Ticktum.
The race will take place at 15:30 local time (07:30 GMT).