Series 2 of the Zone group is here. see Schedule below

Results are in! download them today and see how well you did. Big thank you to all of those who participated.

Season standings

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Zone Group 2 & 4 Sim Racing Coordinators welcome you to our inaugural racing series! PCA Sim Racing has to this point been held in the context of National races, and the number of drivers competing has grown such that this is no longer viable. Having the racing take place at the Zone level, and eventually, the Region will facilitate everyone who would like to drive virtually with PCA.

We are very much looking forward to beginning this new chapter in PCA Sim Racing and sincerely hope that you will be an enthusiastic and regular participant as things get underway soon.


To ensure reasonable numbers of participants for this initial Series, the PCA Sim Racing National Steering Committee has combined two or more Zone into five geographically similar Groups. Each group will be creating their own racing events, at the end of which the highest-ranked drivers will earn an invitation to compete nationally in a series of races similar to what PCA Sim Racing has done previously. While national events, such as Series 6 will still continue in 2021, we understand that this is a wholesale change from what PCA Sim Racing has been since its inception and that there will be many questions, which we will do our best to answer going forward. Do please know, however, that these changes will allow PCA to dramatically increase the participation in PCA Sim Racing, and that will benefit not only the quality of the racing but will allow PCA Sim Racing to take its rightful place along other PCA events in the eyes of the broader club membership.


The standard iRacing FIA-style scoring system will be used.

Our Zone Group Challenge points will be calculated from the best six finishes of the eight-race series for each driver. It should be noted that each week is based on a Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday sequence.

Driver Classification

Drivers who have received a class assignment from PCA SR will compete in that same class. New drivers will not be allowed to race until they have successfully participated in, and received a sign-off by, one of the Zone Group eDE instructors. The instructor will place the new driver in the class which best fits their previous virtual racing experience level and skills. Drivers advancing to the National runoffs may have their classification changed by PCA Sim Racing at National’s discretion.

National Runoffs

At this time, an undetermined number of drivers from the Zone Group will be offered an invitation to represent the Group at the National Runoffs. The specific number won’t be determined until the level of participation is known once the series gets underway.


The same basic rules as used by PCA Sim Racing will be used for our Zone Group. There will be some likely minor modifications made to accommodate obvious differences between our Zone Group situation and that of National racing. One example of this would be National has humans serving as stewards and Race Control to monitor the racing, and the Zone Group events will be relying on the iRacing artificial intelligence to assess penalties.


Below is a brief synopsis of the initial structure for our Zone Group 2 & 4 Challenge.

We are planning on servers to be available at 7:00 p.m. Eastern for the three days each week and Qualifying/Racing for the Prelude and Thursday race to follow based on the above schedule. Classes may or may not be combined based on grid sizes.

We will run the iRacing Porsche 911 RSR in all our Zone Group 2 & 4 Challenge events.



Download the template here to customize your own livery. We will be using trading paints.

We also have pre made ones with class marking available below.

White Grey Carbon
Challenge white_ch.tga grey_ch.tga carbon_ch.tga
Sport white_sp.tga grey_sp.tga carbon_sp.tga
Club white_cl.tga grey_cl.tga carbon_cl.tga
Pro white_pr.tga grey_pr.tga carbon_pr.tga

Series 2 Schedule


eDE  Prelude Race
Jan. 19th Jan. 20th Jan. 21st

Long Beach Street Circuit

eDE  Prelude Race
Jan. 26th Jan. 27th Jan. 28th


eDE  Prelude Race
Feb. 2nd Feb. 3rd Feb. 4th

Sonoma Raceway

eDE  Prelude Race
Feb. 9th Feb. 10th Feb. 11th

Road Atlanta

eDE  Prelude Race
Feb. 16th Feb. 17th Feb. 18th

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

eDE  Prelude Race
Feb. 23rd Feb. 24th Feb. 25th

Series 1 Results

Daytona Road CourseResults

    Road AmericaResults



  IMS Road CourseResults


  Summit PointResults

Watkins GlenResults


Class Practice Qualifying Race
Challenge, Sport, Club, Pro 70 minutes 10 minutes (3 laps) 40 minutes



Jared Rodeheaver
Zone 2 – Riesentöter Region

Igor Soykher
Zone 2 – Chesapeake Region

Josh Vieira
Zone 2 – Potomac Region

David Palmer
Zone 4 – Allegheny Region

Rusty Pruden
Zone 4 – Central Indiana Region

Please feel free to contact any of us on the Zone Group 2 & 4 Committee via our PCA Sim Racing channel on Discord.


Communication / Social Media
eDE / Competition
Race Control

Zone Group 2 & 4

PCA Zone 2 Information is here.
PCA Zone 4 Information is here.

Zones Group 2 & 4