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Sim Racing Equipment

By Doug Atkinson, Lone Star Region
Updated October 2, 2022


Just as you need tools and equipment in PCA Club Racing, so do you in PCA Sim Racing.

Broken down to a few basic categories, you’ll need:

  1. Sim racing software
  2. A desktop or laptop PC
  3. Sim racing controllers
  4. An Internet wired connection (Ethernet)
  5. A computer monitor
  6. Headset with microphone
  7. A place to race

Let’s delve into each of these in detail.


At the current time, PCA Sim Racing uses the iRacing service for all of our events. iRacing has an annual subscription fee and beyond the basic starter set

6 Sigma Sim Racing’s Stanley Lin

Interview with Liam Rudzitis, Upper Canada Region PCA

Liam interviews Stanley Lin, CEO of 6 Sigma Sim Racing.

Liam: Hello Stanley. Can you tell us more about your involvement with Porsche, both as an owner and a PCA Club Member?

Stanley: I am simply a member of the Porsche Club of America Upper Canada Region. I own a 718 GT4, which has been a dream come true. As well, I attend locally hosted Porsche car meets when my schedule allows. As for PCA events, I look to hopefully get

September 30th, 2022|Categories: interviews|Tags: , |

How to Proceed Step-by-Step

Step 1.

Please watch this introductory video (13 minutes in length).

Step 2.

PCA Sim Racing is free to join for active PCA Members and Associate Members who are 18 years old, so make sure your PCA membership is active.

Step 3.

Join our Discord server to discuss events and activities. How to join our Discord server is here. Most of our day-to-day discussions are located on the social media platform Discord.

Step 4.

Determine if you already have computer resources that will work, or if you’ll need to purchase some additional hardware.

PCA Sim Racing

August 28th, 2022|Categories: getting-started|Tags: , |

Series Racing

PCA Sim Racing’s longest-running events are the “Series” races. Starting with a modest grid size, the Series is held in the first quarter and fourth quarter of each year. It has been the best attended of all PCA Sim Racing activities and has grown to 5 classes, with around 250 participants expected for Series 9.

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

Series 4

Series 5

Series 6

Series 7

Series 8

Series 9

August 28th, 2022|Categories: race series|Tags: , , , , , |

Getting Started


Join the Fun!

One of Porsche Club of America’s recent member features is computer-based PC sim racing. Enjoy the racing competition from your home during the winter months! PCA Sim Racing is free to all registered PCA membership.

PCA Sim Racing is a Family Affair!

Jonathan Shum and son Jacob Shum from Carolinas Region set up for a PCA Sim Racing event.

Team Zoom Shum

August 28th, 2022|Categories: getting-started|Tags: , , |

Shum’s Classic Le Mans Race Livery

By Doug Seefus, Carolinas Region PCA

Only just eclipsed by the marque’s first-ever victory at Le Mans, a sensation of the 1970 24-hour race was Martini Racing’s psychedelic long-tail Porsche 917. So popular was the purple/green/white car that other race organizers said: “Please bring us the hippie car…”

Zoom Shum

This is what came to my mind after speaking to Carolinas Region PCA member and pioneer in sim racing, Jonathan Shum. I spoke to Jonathan about his experience in PCA

Streaming the 2022 WWZ Summer Fun Series

WWZ drivers enjoy streaming as much as they like to drive fast!

For the past couple of years, the WWZ has graciously hosted a terrific Summer Fun series. Featuring good racing, some “unique” venues and formats, but most of all some real fun racing. But did you know there are several avid streamers amongst the driving clan?

Take a look at these videos to see what is going on!

Race 1

Highlights – GT4 at Circuit of the Americas

Race 2

Ride Along Highlights – Road Atlanta

Highlights – Porsche 718 GT4

July 31st, 2022|Categories: zone groups|
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