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Series 4 is here!

Porsche Club of America is proud to announce the Spring 2020 PCA Sim Racing Series! PCA Sim Racers will race the Porsche RSR on North America’s best race tracks and for the first time will also race on two international circuits. Series 4 starts on Friday, March 6th. All eight Series 4 races will run in iRacing and broadcasted live by Podium eSports on the YouTube iRacing eSports Network (iESN) for fans to cheer on their favorite drivers. Each driver will race identically prepared Porsche 911 RSRs with customized race setups for each track provided by new partner Virtual Racing School (VRS). Click here to see the race schedule or click here to sign up today. If you’re interested in getting started in PCA Sim Racing, click here for more information.

Road America Start

Sim Racing Reflections at the Rolex 24

By Michael Nyden, Peachstate Region PCA You know, it’s a slogan or a tag line, “It’s not just the cars, it’s the people”. We’ve all heard it, and some of us (like me, for instance) even plug it into communications to promote the club or activity within it. And when you’re relaxing in the Porsche Club of America tent at the kink in the Daytona infield on race day, it may not be the thing that’s most on your mind. Podium eSports On the other hand, when you notice a ....

January 29th, 2020|Categories: news and announcements|Tags: , , |

Good PCA Sim Racing Etiquette

Be pleasant to other drivers Nobody is trying to do badly, most drivers are probably doing the best they can, and they’re probably just as excited as you are about racing. By saying “No problem, buddy!” shows more about you than the guy who tapped your car. We have a very eclectic group We have sim racers who have handled performance sports cars at high speed in HPDE events but have minimal or zero experience in wheel-to-wheel racing. We have some drivers who have gone wheel-to-wheel for a very long ....

January 7th, 2020|Categories: racecraft|

Year-end Survey Results

By Dewey Kang, Metropolitan New York Region PCA Hello PCA Racers! On behalf of the PCA Sim Racing Steering Committee, thank you, everyone, for your great sportsmanship and participation across our inaugural 2019 PCA Sim Racing Series races. We owe it to each of you for our wildly successful inaugural year of PCA Sim Racing Series across 20 races, and we’re thrilled to race with all of you again in 2020. Thanks to everyone who participated in our survey – we had just under 100 ....

December 21st, 2019|Categories: news and announcements|Tags: |

How to Carry On Your Race

By Mike Nyden, Peachstate Region PCA I’m offering my opinion on how to carry on your race while showing courtesy to a car that’s trying to lap you. I’m not telling anyone that this is “The Thing to Do” in every situation – but if you’re like me, you’re looking for any way to be a sportsman and gentleman and still stay competitive. This might be another thing you can do. It’s one more thing that might help you enjoy the experience. The Situation You’re racing on a track that ....

December 15th, 2019|Categories: racecraft|

eDE Driver Education

Introducing eDE PCA Sim Racing has a special driver training program named “eDE”. eDE is modeled after the popular PCA HPDE activity where well-versed instructors train drivers on the track. Our eDE program emulates the same concept in sim racing. You are quite comfortable driving your Porsche in high-performance events. You’ve run PCA autocross and HPDE events for many years. But you’re curious about the new PCA Sim Racing activity and would like to join in the fun. Just as in all motorsports, there are human and equipment components to ....

January 27th, 2019|Categories: racecraft|Tags: , |