The Tip Jar – Special Pro Racer Edition 2

Sage advice from fellow sim racer and real-life pro race car driver, Riley Dickinson!


by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

 

What do you ensure you always do before a race?

Riley Dickinson, Think through different possibilities of how a start can go and what I will do so when one of them comes to fruition I’m better prepared.”


What do you ensure you always do in a race?

Riley Dickinson, “Deep breathes and stay calm.”


What do you recommend racers never do before a race?

Riley Dickinson, “Forget Read More >

Dean’s List – Special Pro Racer Edition 2

by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

Congratulations! Welcome to our special web release!

You have found yourself on the pole position at the Dean’s List!

The Dean’s List is the place for me to ask questions of fellow PCA Sim Racing competitors and sometimes Real life Pro’s, hopefully gleaning tidbits of information about their likes, dislikes, and equipment.
I’d like to thank Tom Moore, Porsche Cars North America, Consultant, Motorsport Public Relations and Ken Breslauer, Director, Media & Track Historian at Sebring International Raceway for hooking me up here.  

OK, so thumbs up, engine running, first gear selected, watch the pit lane speed…and Read More >

Installment 8 – Dean’s List

by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

Congratulations – Welcome to Installment 8!

You have found yourself on the pole position at the Dean’s List!

The Dean’s List is the place for me to ask questions of fellow PCA Sim Racing competitors, hopefully gleaning tidbits of information about their likes, dislikes, and equipment.

Keep your head up, your eyes down field and make sure to point out the track flag stations as you go by.

Our iRacers today are track day pilots, devilishly fast with a sprinkling of street legal road runners thrown into the frothy mix…

Rafael Amorim, Peachstate Region. and a gorgeous Porsche Read More >

Installment 8 – The Tip Jar

Sage SIM advice from fellow PCA Sim iRacers!


by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

 

What do you ensure you always do before a race?

Rafael Amorim, “I always like to check my general setup and more specifically fuel load and brake bias.”

Karl Bocchieri, “One race last season my computer crashed just as I was signing on, got everything back but didn’t even qualify and had a terrible race.  Now I sign on and make sure the equipment is working well before the race.”

Chris Ciborowski, “Practice, hydrate, and be sure that the rig systems/software are ready to go. Right before, relax.”

Tamer Read More >

Dean’s List – Special Pro Racer Edition

by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

Congratulations! Welcome to our third and special web release!

You have found yourself on the pole position at the Dean’s List!

The Dean’s List is the place for me to ask questions of fellow PCA Sim Racing competitors, hopefully gleaning tidbits of information about their likes, dislikes, and equipment.
I’d like to thank Josh Vieira for hooking me up here.  Josh is our very own PCA member, Senior Zone Coordinator  Zone 2 and 4,  PCA Pro SIM racer, 944 real-life podium grabbing champ, and all-around super nice guy. (I think that’s worth $5! Josh?…:-)

Let’s move immediately Read More >

Dean’s List – Installment 5

by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

Congratulations!

You have found yourself on the pole position at the Dean’s List!

The Dean’s List is the place for me to ask questions of fellow PCA Sim Racing competitors, hopefully gleaning tidbits of information about their likes, dislikes, and equipment.

Originally published on the PCA Sim Racing Discord server, it is now going to be an on-going feature of the website!

I’ll endeavor to keep it fresh and consistent, smooth, and on track.

Sim racing is a thrilling encounter, there will be crashes, J hooks, and door-to-door battles.

Deans List will hopefully help you better understand your Read More >

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