[ 20.05.2021] Virtual FIA European Hill-Climb Championship
[ 27.08.2020] New cars, Norma M20FC Zytek and Osella FA30 Zytek Ε2 SC 3000, 3.0 V8
[ 11.08.2020] Upcoming new cars, Norma M20FC Zytek and Osella FA30 Zytek Ε2 SC 3000, 3.0 V8
[ 04.08.2020] New cars, Hermann and Markus Blasl Opel Kadett C/16V
[ 11.07.2020] Due to the prevailing situation we have decided to cancel some races.
[ 10.07.2020] Fanatec Limited Edition ClubSport Steering Wheel F1 2020
Back in May, Fanatec launched the new Fanatec Limited Edition ClubSport Steering Wheel F1 2020 of which they only produced and sold 2020 units worldwide. The Fanatec Limited Edition ClubSport Steering Wheel F1 2020 was on sale for €449,95 / $449,95 + shipping. As expected, the wheel rim was sold out before you could pronounce its name.
Now the German Sim Racing peripheral manufacturer published a video guide for the ClubSport Steering Wheel F1 2020 showing the lucky owners some installation and setup procedures.
[ 05.02.2019] Germany is Officially Recognizing Sim Racing as a Legitimate Form of Motorsport
If you’re into racing, chances are, you’ve played at least one racing game in your life. With technology ever on the rise and sim racing becoming more than just a ‘game’, Germany’s racing governing body, Deutsche Motor Sport Bund, has decided to officially proclaim sim racing as a legitimate motorsport discipline.
The whole distinction between real life sport and esport is becoming blurrier and blurrier by the day. Platforms like iRacing can provide a simulated racing environment that, with the right technology, can actually be a legitimate means of honing a racing driver. After all, what do Formula One drivers do in their spare time? They practice on a simulator. That kind of tech is making its way into homes now.