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eDE Driver Education

What is eDE?

PCA Sim Racing’s “e Driver Education” program (eDE) is modeled after the popular PCA HPDE program where experienced instructors train drivers in classroom sessions and on real sports car tracks. Our eDE program functions the same way, only in the virtual world.


eDE Administration

James Huth, Hudson Champlain Region PCA
Rusty Pruden, Central Indiana PCA

Jim and Rusty can be reached on the PCA Sim Racing Discord server or the Contact Us form.

New Drivers to PCA Sim Racing

For drivers brand new to Sim

March 9th, 2023|Categories: driver education, racecraft|Tags: , |

2023 Zone Group Championship

Area Racing Manager – Chip Witt, Redwood Region

March 8th, 2023|Categories: zone groups|

Series Racing

Area Racing Managers
Entry & Challenge Classes – Jeff Williams, Rocky Mountain Region
Sport, Club, & Pro Classes – Rodney Campbell, BC Interior Region

PCA Sim Racing’s longest-running events are the “Series” races. The Series is held in the first quarter and fourth quarters of each year. Starting with a modest grid size and a single class, it has grown to 5 classes, with 240+ participants for each new Series.

March 1st, 2023|Categories: race series|Tags: , , , , , |

2023 Team Racing Series

Area Racing Manager – Bob Rose, Shenandoah Region


February 14 – 2023 TRS Rules Update V1.2.  (Section 2.7.1 Added)
January 24 – Decal pack 1.1 is now available (Thanks, Enrico!)
January 16 – Templates are now available for all 4 classes


Race 2 – Bathurst 3 Hour
Race Results
Series Results
Race LPP
Series LPP
Bathurst Race 2 replay (zipped rpy)
Live Stream

Race 1 – Daytona 6 Hour
Race Results
Series Results
Race LPP
Series LPP
Daytona Race 1 replay (zipped rpy)
Live Stream


January 29th
Daytona (Road Course)

February 19th
Mt. Panorama

April 16th
Nürburgring Gesamstrecke

February 22nd, 2023|Categories: team racing|

Sim Racing Equipment

By Doug Atkinson, Lone Star Region
Updated February 2, 2023


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 Cockpit

By Liam Rudzitis, Upper Canada Region PCA


When I was approached over the summer about testing a simulator cockpit on behalf of PCA Sim Racing, the decision was a no-brainer for me.

At the time, I felt I had hit the upper limit of what my desk could offer me regarding support for my equipment. Naturally, the next step in this scenario was to upgrade to a full cockpit setup for my sim racing.

Below is how I became acquainted with the 6 Sigma Sim Racing brand and its

February 1st, 2023|Categories: reviews|
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