The Tip Jar – Installment 11

Sage SIM advice from fellow PCA Sim Racers!


by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

 

What do you ensure you always do before a race?

Donald ‘Lee’ Binkley, A restroom break is a definite requirement for me before racing. Cleaning the VR lenses, verifying the fuel level and vehicle setup are recommended. I have bottled water and chewing gum nearby.

JR Gregory, Pee, load correct setup, clear tires.

Martin Gibbins,  Take a pee.

Chris Saari, I don’t race until I feel comfortable on a track, which means I spend a lot of time in test drives, and since I don’t have a lot of

Dean’s List – Installment 11

by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

Congratulations – Welcome to Installment 11!

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.

Hello again, here we are in the midst of Series 7. The PCA SIM racer membership has been growing at a fast clip. So i thought it’d be great to say hello to some of our newbs. To keep them company in this installment, we have Donald Lee Binkley, who

The Tip Jar – Installment 10

Sage SIM advice from fellow PCA Sim Racers!


by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

 

What do you ensure you always do before a race?

Andrew Smiley, Put away my iPhone.”

Bill Anderson, Check my setup and fuel level.  Breathe.”

Jose Rivas, Go to the bathroom.”

Will Waldron, “Make sure my VR headset is facing forward when I calibrate.”


What do you ensure you always do in a race?

Andrew Smiley, “Put on a fan.”

Bill Anderson, Try my best to execute my plan, manage the car and my pace to get the best result.”

Jose Rivas, Say out loud “slow is fast” to calm down.

Will Waldron,

Dean’s List – Installment 10

by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

Congratulations – Welcome to Installment 10!

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.

The latest news on the SIM equipment front is the new DD2.5 Fanatec shipments are making their way out into racers hands. Hopefully we’ll see more competitive driving. Direct Drive is an awesome addition to every racers rig. Increased fidelity and a more realistic feel to the experience…Have Fun if

Dean’s List – Installment 9

by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

Congratulations – Welcome to Installment 9!

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.

As we head full bore into summer 2021, we’ve just been given the green light to run the newest Porsche in iRacings garage…the 911 GT3R.

I’m sure we are all aquiver with nervous excitement to get this beast out on the track and test its prowess against the other marques….of course,

The Tip Jar – Installment 9

Sage SIM advice from fellow PCA Sim Racers!


by Dean Chapman, Northern New Jersey Region PCA

 

What do you ensure you always do before a race?

Dave Kraige, “Check that the right car setup is loaded.  Check fuel calculations.  Set placeholder services for your first pit stop.  Make sure the delta display is set right; otherwise I don’t know if I’m fast or not!

James Legault, “I’m 66. Hitting the head before a driving stint is priority #1!”

Matthew Kuekes, “Go to the restroom! Make sure all my inputs (steering, pedals) are hooked up and registering as expected. Load the Race Setup after qually!”

Todd

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