I think it's fairly safe to say that there are club level racers from all across the world here on GTPlanet.They are here as site members, but also have a passion for real life motorsports and are racing in entry level or grassroots series all over the US and Canada.
Well, I wrote that based on the folks I race with and know.Fantastic series so far, I most definitely enjoyed reading both of these.
I've got a minor problem with the following statement though:
I think it's fairly safe to say that there are club level racers from all across the world here on GTPlanet.
Honestly, I was thinking about it, but then decided against because due to various reasons from lack of time to the issues with my current racing equipment trying its best to obstruct the racing part of motorsport, it's quite difficult to say if I'll be able to take part in any motorsport event this or even next year.Feel free to drop me a message to select members you know who race, or if you do so yourself and are interested in participating.
Hey hey fellow kiwi
@RobbiefromBC congratulations on a solid interview and on your racing success. Having raced 100cc karts at a fairly high level I concur with your thoughts that the seat of your pants feeling you get from racing really doesn't translate well to sim racing. I've always thought though that sim racing would help a real racer the most in limited grip situations, like rain or snow, because it most closely simulates the feel of the sim wheel and the tendency of many sims to have a hard time getting that transition from grip to slip and back accurately translated. Sometime racing in sims feels like racing on ice or wet tarmac! Do you think being 10 seconds faster in the rain was in any way influenced directly by your sim racing experience?