Season’s Greeting from The Green Hell

If we ran a 3-hour, no points, non-broadcast, team-based, Green Hell race, just for fun, on a weekend, and presuming your schedule permitted would you drive it? 55 of you said “yes”. Let’s do it!

General Information

The race is just for fun. No points. No blood. Just bragging rights and some laughs. Everyone’s holiday schedule kicks in soon but hopefully, enough of you, the 55 respondees, can steal away some time for this special event.

Date:  Sunday, December 5th
Schedule:

  • Practice: There will be a 1-hour open practice session prior to
November 15th, 2021|Categories: team racing|

2021 Team Racing Series

Championship Final Standings

Group A
Group B
Group C


Series Schedule & Results

Race 1 – Daytona Road Course
January 15, 2021
Overall Results (iRacing login required)
Group A Results
Group B Results
Group C Results

Broadcast


Race 2 – Sebring
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Overall Results (iRacing login required)
Group A Results
Group B Results
Group C Results

Broadcast


Race 3 – Le Mans
Sunday, May 30, 2021

Overall Results (iRacing login required)
Group A Results
Group B Results

November 15th, 2021|Categories: team racing|Tags: , , |

John Hindhaugh to call the start of the Operation Motorsport Special Event!

Famed broadcaster John Hindhaugh will be announcing the start of the Operation Motorsport Special Event on Sunday, May 30th. The charity event is co-hosted by Carolinas Region PCA and PCA Sim Racing to benefit the veteran’s organization.

The event will be broadcast live starting at 7 PM Eastern time.

Read more about the event and donate/contribute to this wonderful group.

 


 

John Hindhaugh

John Hindhaugh (b.1962) is a sports commentator and broadcaster from Sunderland, England. He resides in Thrapston, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

May 27th, 2021|Categories: team racing|

Team Racing

Introduction

Le Mans. Sebring. Daytona. Classic motorsports tracks where Porsche has had a long successful history. For the first time, PCA Sim Racing will bring the excitement, strategy, and tactics of team racing to our group in a series.

We will start out modestly with “short” team races of 90 minutes for the first two races at Daytona RC and Sebring, then expand the format to three hours at Le Mans, then 2 hours at Spa-Francorchamps, and Road Atlanta.

For those of you who have driven in sim racing team events before, we are scheduling events just prior to the

December 12th, 2020|Categories: team racing|Tags: , , |
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