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2022 Zone Group Qualifying Series

December 2021 & January 2022

For 2022, instead of drivers qualifying to represent their specific PCA Zone (as was the case in 2021), drivers will be qualifying to represent their Zone Group (in most cases, consolidation of multiple PCA Zones). This change was made in direct response to 2021 participant feedback to continue to ensure fairness in representation without compromising the integrity of the competition.

This series will qualify the 8 ZG representatives in each PCA Sim Racing Class (PCA Challenge, PCA Sport, PCA Club, PCA Pro) that will represent their ZG in the Championships. Each Zone Group determines how many

January 22nd, 2022|Categories: zone groups|

2021 Zone Group Winners

Congratulations to the following drivers who will be representing their Zones in the upcoming 2021 Challenge Championship! Drivers with an asterisk signify they are podium winners of the Zone Group Challenge, and have raced their way into the Championship field.


Zone 1


Pro
James Huth
Chris Braun
Cameron Martineau
Shaibal Bandyopadhyay
Michael Polasek *

Club
James Su
Mark O. Harris
Robert Lacroix
Jeremy Mazzariello
Al Burke *
Julian Velez *

Sport
Aaron Ambrosino
Paul Solk
George Markadakis
Peter Yerxa
Thomas Lamay *
Adam Girling *

Challenge
David D. Palmer
Kim Fricke
Anker Berg-Sonne
Robert Benson
David Snelling *
Alan Kirby *

Zone 2


Pro
Joshua Vieira
Igor Soykher
Jason Lisner
Richard Franco

Club
Jared Rodeheaver
Jeff P. Smith
Kevin Douglas
Tamer Elbaga

Sport
Dave Kraige
Daniel Ruble
John

January 22nd, 2022|Categories: zone groups|Tags: |

2021 Zone Group Qualifying Series

Congratulations!

These drivers are podium winners of the Zone Group Challenge and have raced their way into the Championship. All drivers have an invitation to join their ZGCC Class league.

Challenge Class
Ryan Rapolas / Riesentöter Region / Zone 2
David Snelling / Northeast Region / Zone 1
Alan Kirby / North Country Region / Zone 1
Challenge Class Final Results

Sport Class
Gregory Samson / Maverick Region / Zone 5
Thomas Lamay / Northeast Region / Zone 1
Adam Girling / Metropolitan New York Region / Zone 1
Sport Class Final Results

Club Class
Al Burke / Upper Canada Region / Zone 1
Julian Velez / Northern

2021 Zone Group Championship

The 2021 Zone Group  Championship was the final rung of the inaugural Zone Group competition ladder that started in November 2020.

The 2022 Zone Group competitive series will start up in November 2021 and culminate with the next Zone Group Championship in February 2022. In the meantime, check with your Zone Group to learn what exciting summertime events they have planned for your area!

Congratulations to Zone 1, Our 2021 Winner!

Zone 1 bested all other PCA National Zones in the 2021 competition. See how all the Zones finished here.

Congratulations to the 2021 ZGCC Podiums!

Congratulations to all drivers from the

Reference

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January 20th, 2022|Categories: getting-started|Tags: |

Prelude

By Mike Nyden, Sonnenschein Region PCA

Background

Between our PCA Sim Racing Series are events called Prelude (between Series races). These non-points, low-pressure events are good practice and testing sessions for the main Series events and a great way to visit with friends.

What is “Prelude” and what is its purpose?

Genesis

Early during season one, the thought occurred that a friendly and low-stress event, run on the same track as the event broadcast, might be a way to enjoy racing our Porsches while encouraging interaction and friendship. While originally conceived as a competitive “get together” and practice session using that season’s setup, it became

January 3rd, 2022|Categories: race series|Tags: , , |

Interlude

By Mike Nyden, Sonnenschein Region PCA

Background

Between our PCA Sim Racing Series are events called Interlude (between Series). These non-points, low-pressure events are good practice and testing sessions and a great way to visit with and meet new friends.

What is an “Interlude”?

We think that the competition and friendship that you’ve created within our league is something special, and between seasons, we just thought it would be fun to get together. Many of the tracks and cars used represents something that can be expected to be used during an upcoming Race Series.

Here is the information from the 2020 Interlude Summer Fun

January 3rd, 2022|Categories: race series|
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