iRacing.com Motorsport Simulations is the world’s most realistic racing game. An iRacing.com membership provides entry into the newest form of competitive motorsport: internet racing. Internet racing is a fun, easy, and inexpensive way for race fans, simracers and gamers alike to enjoy the thrill of the racetrack from the comfort of their home. iRacing is available for Windows and Linux based computers as well as Mac’s.
iRacing.com has a wide variety of different cars. From NASCAR, to IndyCar, IMSA, V8 Supercars to sports cars and Formula 1 racing, iRacing.com has it all. All you need is a computer, a gaming wheel or game pad that simply plugs into the USB port of your computer and an Internet connection. iRacing.com organizes all of the racing for you with over 40 official series, or you can choose to host your own race or race in one of over 400 private leagues.
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Motorsport Safety Foundation
Motorsport Safety Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving safety standards in motorsport. It is a community where members can come together and have a voice, a place to share safety concerns and collaborate on research. We encourage active participation from all members who share our view that motorsport should and can be safer. The Foundation will undertake initiatives to amend the safety issues that have been brought to our attention, as well as those we find throughout our own research.
MSF was founded in honor of Sean Edwards, a professional race car driver who tragically died while coaching from the passenger seat at an Australian racetrack. Sean crashed into a reinforced concrete wall that was not properly equipped with the minimum safety barriers to dissipate the impact. It is issues like these that MSF will work to change: fixable problems that can prevent another driver, crew marshal, or even fan from serious injury or death.
For more information about the Motorsport Safety Foundation, visit www.motorsport-safety.org.
International Sim Racing Federation
International Sim Racing Federation (ISRF) is a federation created by sim racers worldwide. The purpose of the federation is to organise all sim racers across all simulators, to develop the sport efficiently.The federation supports its members and collaborates with them, creating racing and business opportunities for the federation, its members, communities and companies, as well as organising annual sim racing world championships together with the members and communities.
NEO Endurance is a registered ISRF association. For more information, visit isr-federation.com
RaceSpot TV is a live broadcasting team dedicated to sim racing, founded by Rafael Sanque and Hugo Luis. In 2014, Wil Vincent joined the team, bringing his trademark commentary to the broadcasts. RaceSpot TV is one of the biggest and most popular broadcasting groups in iRacing and they broadcast major sim racing series, like the iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series, ISOWC Indycar Series and the NEO Endurance Series.
For more information, visit racespot.tv
Sim-Lab knows what sim racers are looking for: simple, good quality, and reasonably priced products. This goal together with a background in mechanical engineering sparked the idea to bringing hardware to the sim-racing market, under the name Sim-Lab. Based in the Netherlands Sim-Lab wants to serve Europe and well beyond. With an wide variety of products, mainly aimed at functionality there is something for everyone, hardcore or casual.
For more information, visit sim-lab.eu.
Sim Racing Teams
The SIM RACING TEAMS community has been created with the purpose of keeping the teams and drivers united and in contact so everybody can be up to date on any announcement associated teams have to do such as driver signings, races results, website news, new sponsorship deals and more.
It is a great for a team being able to reach more people interested in the same things, a cooperation among dedicated teams working for a common interest. Teams in the sim racing proved to be essentiall and proved to deserve all of the attention and credit from the sim racing community.
For more information, visit Facebook.com/SimRacingTeams.