EEWC 2021 12 Hours of Indianapolis Spotter Guide

The dynamic live spotter guide is now ready for release.

The spotter guide will likely grow and have more informative pages added in the coming days. The goal is to extend the document with all information on the teams and drivers plus additional essential information for following the race.

In the future, the most recent spotter guide will always be available on this address.


The spotter guide is made to be printed on A4 paper but will work equally well as a scroll-through online magazine. Because of websites being only 72dpi when printed directly, some of the text meant for printing might appear quite small and nearly unreadable in your browser. Fear not. This is not an issue when printed on paper. And you can use the built-in zoom function in your browser to mitigate this issue.

IMPORTANT: Remember to enable printing of background images and disable the auto-generated header and footer in your browser print options.

Live Document

Yes, the spotter guide draws it’s information directly from the website database where the entries for the teams are stored. That means teams can freely log in to the website and change drivers and other information right up until the start of the race.

That goes for the teams as well. If you are the team manager, you should find your application order at the bottom of the “Team Section”. If you are a team manager and do not have this information available there may be two reasons. Either someone else made the order for you, or you were not logged in when ordering and filled in the application as a guest account. If this is the case, email to [email protected] with your team name, email address of the user that should own the order, and the order number for validity confirmation. The order number will be in your receipt email.

We hope you all enjoy this document both teams, your fans and followers.

About The Author

Peter Munkholm
When John Nielsen won Le Mans 24-Hours in 1990, Peter was hooked with motorsports. He started sim racing on his uncles PC with Formula One Grand Prix by Geoff Crammond in 1992. Then progressed through IndyCar Simulator and IndyCar Simulator 2 on his Amiga 500+. When he bought his own PC in 1994 and a Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback Pro Joystick he was already deeply in love with sim racing. His first skirmish with light modding was a Pernod Anis blue, white, and red skin for IndyCar Racing 2. He was hooked! But sim racing really kicked off for Peter with Sports Car GT in 1999. And with internet access and what felt like an ocean of mods. Sports Car GT and the F1 simulators with endurance racing mods swallowed most of his spare time. Then the GTR mod for F1 2003 arrived on the scene, from some Swedish dudes who called themselves SIMBIN. That would change everything! Right about then was also when Logitech steering wheels reach a state of useful. So when the GTR game officially released Peter bought a Formula Force GP wheel the same day, went home and founded the Danish Grand Touring League (DGTL). In 2006 the first LAN event was held. This became GTR24H in 2007. As they say. The rest is history!
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