TRL Limitless goes back to the future with the classic Formula 1 cars on the F1 2020 game by Codemasters, taking to the track at Silverstone to beat the best of the best in this genre of simming.
Grand Prix Legends in the Big Daddy of early racing simulations, setting the benchmark over two decades ago in terms of physics and immersive racing.
RaceSimCentral have found a trove of videos from the early sim titles that set the benchmark for virtual racing as we know it today. A real nostalgic blast from the past.
Braking and brake bias is one of those gray areas that only experimentation can lead to each individual's preference but Danny Lee provides a good platform from which to set up your braking for sim racing.
Former-Formula 1 rivals Rubens Barrichello and Juan Pablo Montoya were the big winners in The Race All-Star Series powered by ROKiT Phones Triple Crown at Le Mans on Saturday. Barrichello stormed away fr... Read More...
In the age of amazing graphics and incredible effects in modern sims, TeamVVV take a look at Formula Retro Racing
iRacing have gone 'Back to the Future' with the release of the iconic North Wilkesboro Speedway as part of the upcoming NASCAR Legends series that will debut in June with the release of the 1987 Ford Thunderbird and Chevrolet Monte Carlo for 2020 Season 3.