SPORT.

The Simulator Racing Sport

There is an opening in the market for a new sport, a sport that combines the latent interest in most people worldwide in driving and driving fast, being competitive and the explosive growth in computer games technology and particularly computer based racing simulation.  There are millions of people, both adults and children who play hours at a time, week on week in their living and bedrooms on the PC, Playstation, X-Box etc and many millions more driving a car everyday. Many of these, if not the vast majority have at least a passing interest in the thrill of speed and would love the opportunity to experience driving fast in a safe environment. Some of these people may also be interested in getting into real track racing and perhaps even have the talent to be a top racing driver.

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The Simulator Racing Experience - As a Driver

Through the sport of Simulator Racing people will be able to come to local race centres and take part in races; either on their own, as a group or part of a team. The racing centre experience will include opportunities for open practice, league racing events both within centres and between other centres – nationally and internationally. It will further include opportunities for individual and group tuition and corporate hires. The simulator racing experience is based on our very latest and most technologically advanced racing simulators, therefore giving the driver the most realistic and exciting racing experience short of being in the actual race car!

The Simulator Racing Experience - As an Engineer

This experience is not however limited just to the driver. Just as is the case in Formula One; for example, all aspects of the car can be set up and tuned to suit the circuit or driver style, from front wing angles and suspension ride heights through to gearbox ratios and brake bias.  The novice driver and engineer need not be concerned with these as they can utilise pre-set set ups.  However, the driver or even team of engineers that support a driver can utilise the engineering simulation tools to set the drivers’ car up to maximise performance, or at least what they believe will give their team competitive advantage.  The range of engineering opportunity alone within the simulation racing means the would be engineer can experiment and learn the craft of race car engineering and the post graduate racing engineer can put their knowledge to the test and push the envelope of race car set up. There are no limits within the new sport as to what an engineer can do, the only limits are what can actually be done on the real world car.  If it can be done in the real world it can done in the simulation.  This new sport will offer amazing opportunities for engineers as well as drivers.  It is envisaged that over time engineers who become skilled in this new sport will be able to take full or part time positions as instructors and mentors within the Race centres.