Sim Racing: The Newest “IN” Game In Racing World

As the pandemic continues to confine people to their homes, more racing fans are starting to look for alternatives to get their regular dose of racing action. 

Simulation Racing or “Sim-Racing” is one of them. Here in the Philippines, the local-sim racing scene is gaining some traction. With racing fans longing to experience the adrenaline rush of racing events, Sim Racing allows them to experience what it’s like being on the driver’s seat while choosing their very own race car to drive on world-famous racetracks as well.

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Simulation Racing or “Sim-Racing” is one of them. Here in the Philippines, the local-sim racing scene is gaining some traction. With racing fans longing to experience the adrenaline rush of racing events, Sim Racing allows them to experience what it’s like being on the driver’s seat while choosing their very own race car to drive on world-famous racetracks as well.

With Sim racing, players can attempt to accurately simulate auto racing, complete with real-world car variables such as fuel usage, tire wear and grip, damages, suspension settings, and the ability to feel how a car is reacting across the tarmac.

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The game finds itself in a unique niche where the skills between virtual and reality are the most transferable compared to other video games. It is so accurate to the point where real-world motorsport teams such as Ferrari or Mercedes will use simulators to train drivers before their physical training at the real racetracks.

Sim Racing might appear as a super competitive, confusing game on the surface. Still, in reality, it is a place where those who are interested in anything automotive or a desire to create a legacy can come together and race in some of the world’s top cars, against the best racecar drivers, and on the finest racetracks in the world.

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