Sim-racing has evolved and matured vastly in recent years, and at ID Simsport they also had to adapt their approach to the sport, not to be overtaken by other teams. But they continue to stay true to the spirit of the team, a team spirit and environment where there’s a place for drivers on all levels.
The team returns to the Endurance eRacing World Championship for its second consecutive year of endurance racing. This time though in the GTE class, and with a few other changes.
2017 saw the start of an adventure for a team. Back then it was called DSR RacingRoom #05. They secured the 9th position in the GTE class at the EECW. It was the teams’ first participation in an event of that calibre. The goal was limited to just finishing. And they did. It wasn’t completely […]
On September 25th 40 companies and media outlets attended the GTR24h – Endurance eRacing World Championship presentation and press conference. We live-streamed the entire event and recorded the video. Here is your option to attend the conference in video-format. And to not rob you of the option of asking questions, you may send all your […]
Esports are booming and esport racing is a great way to earn brand recognition and earn association with high-performance esports.
This event is a presentation of the opportunities for press and partners with the Endurance eRacing World Championship.
This is another one that has been on our wish list for years: Giving the teams the option to rent a good PC, we just couldn’t find a partner with the right options and pricing. But here it finally is. The affordable PC rental service. This means no risk of damage during travel, travel lighter and reduced risk of hardware failure during the event. All machines are load-tested, cleaned, dusted and 100% ready for 24 hours on full load.
I’m going to tell you a story of a team that won the GTR24h 24-hour races right out, or class wins, 7 times since 2008 and some of the preparations and activities the team used to achieve these results.
Some of the best sim racers in the world travel to Denmark each year to take part in the EEWC, one of the most unique sim racing events on the planet. Some of the sim racers who take part also take part in real-life racing. The similarities between simulations and real-life are becoming more and more as sims get more and more complex. This article is the first of two looking at drivers who compete at the EEWC and in real-life competition.
TEAM RRC has its roots deeply planted in Danish motorsport, and now it actually shares its name with the Danish karting center Roskilde Racing Center, located a little outside the cathedral city. The name is relatively new – in fact, TEAM RRC was founded just a year ago, in October 2017, but it is a […]
They started out as a Danish sim racing team in 2015. But since then the team has reached a mature size. From being a team consisting of two friends, Mads Krog and Danni Fugl, they have now grown to the size of nine drivers. This year’s Endurance eRacing World Championship in Strib is the debut […]