Nasportscar.com interviews two GT Academy drivers and shares their opinions on video game simulators.
The season finale at Laguna Seca came to a dramatic close, with the championship being decided on the final lap of the race.
The Cadillac driver took no prisoners in Sonoma, while GT Academy grad Heitkotter continued to make solid gains.
The GT Academy star shines at the Utah Motorsport Campus with two dominant GT victories.
With Rounds 14 & 15 in the bag, the hunt for the championship heats up heading into the final quarter of the season.
The record-setting RealTime Racing team sweeps the weekend in Wisconsin.
The top of the standings saw plenty of changes last month, while the Nissan crew remain steady.
Checking in on Bryan Heitkotter & Co during the series breather, before the only race set to take place outside US borders.
Rounds 3 and 4 of the Pirelli World Challenge provide solid scoring opportunities amongst the carnage
The 2011 GT Academy grad starts 2016 with a strong showing for the GT-R at Circuit of the Americas.
The Japanese racing powerhouse announces a packed calendar for the upcoming season, as they aim to defend a tally of nine international championships.
Join the 2011 US GT Academy champion on his trip to Fuji Speedway for the annual celebration of speed.
The NISMO athletes toil at Stavelot, while Heitkotter hits the podium three times in two races in Ohio!
It’s another summer of #eatsleepRACErepeat – and Bryan Heitkotter and Lucas Ordonez are taking it to heart…
Pirelli World Challenge series rookie Bryan Heitkotter is on quite a hot streak, notching his third straight GTA class win.
If you’ve been to a race meeting this weekend, chances are that a GT Academy winner was at it – and doing well!
The 2013 GT Academy champ takes us behind the scenes of a dramatic race weekend at Sebring.
The 2011 US GT Academy champion will be driving the AE Racing Nissan GT-R GT3 in the Pirelli World Challenge.
Two GT Academy champions team up to compete in the IMSA CTSC race at Daytona with the Doran Racing team.
American GT Academy champions and alumni will be considered for the Nissan LMP1 team in the FIA World Endurance Championship next year.