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iRacer Profile: Omar Soto

May 25th, 2013 by

Q:     How long have you been sim racing? A:    My first racing game was Super Monaco GP on Sega Mega Drive, later Ridge Racer Type 4 and Gran Turismo on PSX. I played all games of Gran Turismo, but GT5 disappointed me a lot in terms of simulation. Trying to look for a PC … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Jan Wedin

October 13th, 2012 by

Mahatma Gandhi is not a name normally associated with sim racing . . . to put it mildly.  But when you consider that one of the aspects of iRacing that Jan Wedin most appreciates is its emphasis on precision and control– and that the person he most admires is virtually synonymous with self-control — well … Read the Rest »

Five Minutes With Hugo Luis

October 7th, 2011 by

This weekend could witness a new era in sim-racing, as Hugo Luis sets-out to claim the iRacing.com NVIDIA Grand Prix Series title on Saturday in the penultimate round of the championship at the Suzuka International Circuit. In his début year of competition in online road-racing’s most prestigious series, the Brazilian has surged into a commanding … Read the Rest »

Where There’s a Will There’s a Way

August 9th, 2011 by

A lot of people have built their own home-made racing simulators.  Technically, anyone who has fastened a steering wheel to a desk has already started to build their simulator, but many people stop building their simulator the day their first wheel arrives.  I am not one of those people. Let me give you a bit … Read the Rest »

Where There's a Will There's a Way

August 9th, 2011 by

A lot of people have built their own home-made racing simulators.  Technically, anyone who has fastened a steering wheel to a desk has already started to build their simulator, but many people stop building their simulator the day their first wheel arrives.  I am not one of those people. Let me give you a bit … Read the Rest »

Just What Exactly is a “Sim Racing Community”?

October 8th, 2010 by

As sim racers we are a small part of a wider community that includes people from all walks of life, and it often astounds me to see the propensity for generosity and empathy that exists among the online racing fraternity.  To me, no greater example came when tragedy struck one of our fellow Club Aus/NZ … Read the Rest »