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VR Racing now accessible to all that have a compatible Samsung phone

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Up until recently, you had to have a powerful VR ready computer to run your simulators but now with a new app that has just been released on the oculus app store at the beginning of the month.

Motorsports manager late 2018 F1, F2 and F3 mod update

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It’s been a while since we have checked out the mods for Motorsports manager and this new one released at the beginning of October 2018 does not disappoint. You get the new F1 and f2 designs with the halo added to the chassis and the updated teams’ skills for the last half of 2018 season. […]

Mick Schumacher wins the 2018 European Formula 3 Championship

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Amazing drive from Mick Schumacher who takes the 2018 European F3 Crown!

Can the Mick do it again this weekend!

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Mick Schumacher takes the lead of the championship with this mornings win.

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    “I have a whole season to learn and adapt” Norris

    Lando Norris has said he is “not worried” about the prospect of not living up to expectations in the same way as Stoffel Vandoorne at McLaren.

    Mick Schumacher , son of Michael Schumacher has signed for Ferrari

    Mick Schumacher, the son of Ferrari legend Michael, is set to follow in his father’s footsteps with reports claiming he has signed with Ferrari.

    McLaren focused on reliability

    McLaren have “taken some measures” to boost reliability ahead of February’s first pre-season test, says CEO Zak Brown.
    Last year, their first with Renault power, McLaren were dogged by reliability issues in testing.
    McLaren suffered five separate breakdowns over the course of a troubled eight days although a late surge saw Fernando Alonso finished second fastest overall.
    The Woking team covered just 599 laps, fewer than Sebastian Vettel managed alone.
    This year Brown says they are taking steps to avoid a repeat performance.
    “I don’t want to share in detail some of the things we’re doing differently this off-season than we did last season,” he told RACER.
    “We are doing things differently, to be more prepared, not just with performance but we had a lot of reliability issues going into Barcelona testing last year. So we have taken some measures to get ahead of that.
    “We will continue to develop as all F1 teams do, on a weekly basis, and we’ll bring to Australia our most developed performance that we’ve been doing here since we started developing the car and having reliability programs to make sure [it is better].
    “One of the reasons why we were slower to bring performance (in 2018) is because we had reliability issues.
    “You roll off the truck in Barcelona, instead of being able to get straight down to performance, you’re having issues — wheel nut issues, heating issues — you then stop focusing on performance and you start focusing on reliability.
    “The team did a good job to give us reliability coming out of Spain testing, to have cars both finish in the points in Australia.
    “We’re in a better place performance wise and reliability coming into winter testing.”

    Arrivabene leaves Ferrari

    Ferrari have officially confirmed that Mattia Binotto has replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal.

    Q & A with Carlos Sainz

    How was your first day as a McLaren driver?
    It’s been an intense three days! After the race finished in Abu Dhabi, we’ve been full steam ahead on 2019. I’ve been learning names of my new colleagues, how the car works, how the system works, also building relationships with the engineers – and that has gone all to plan. Thanks to the 150 laps I did at the test, I can go into winter with a lot of information to analyse.



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      CALIFORNIA 8 HOURS SWITCHES TO SATURDAY 30 MARCH

      Round two of 2019’s Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli – the California 8 Hours at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca – will now take place on Saturday 30 March, one day earlier than previously announced.

      24 HOURS OF SPA AND RTBF PUT GT3 MACHINERY ON DISPLAY AT THE BRUSSELS MOTOR SHOW

      A pair of cutting-edge GT3 machines will go on display at the upcoming Brussels Motor Show (19-27 January) as part of the long-standing collaboration between the Total 24 Hours of Spa and Belgian national television broadcaster RTBF.

      NEW LOOK FOR CALLAWAY COMPETITION IN THE ADAC GT MASTERS

      Callaway Competition go into the 2019 ADAC GT Masters sporting a new look. Ahead of their 13th season in the series, the racing outfit based in Leingarten near Heilbronn have unveiled a new livery for their Corvette. The longest-serving and most successful team in the series continue to place their faith in the Corvette C7 GT3 which they have further developed in house. It has so far brought them nine victories since making its ADAC GT Masters debut. The 2019 ADAC GT Masters gets underway at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben on the weekend of 26th – 28th April. 

      “I have a whole season to learn and adapt” Norris

      Lando Norris has said he is “not worried” about the prospect of not living up to expectations in the same way as Stoffel Vandoorne at McLaren.

      PORSCHE MOTORSPORT ASIA PACIFIC TO SUPPORT EARL BAMBER MOTORSPORT AND TEAM CARRERA CUP ASIA IN 2019 BATHURST 12 HOUR

      In Friday’s press conference at the Porsche Experience Centre in Shanghai, Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific was delighted to announce that it will support Earl Bamber Motorsport and Team Carrera Cup Asia in the 2019 Bathurst 12 Hour (31 January – 3 February).

      FAREWELL PERFORMANCE FOR THE SUCCESSFUL PORSCHE 911 GT3 R IN BATHURST

      The 12-hour race on the legendary Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst kicks off the 2019 season of the Intercontinental GT Challenge. Four Porsche 911 GT3 R will contest the spectacular event in Australia on the first weekend in February. Three customer teams field the successful GT3 vehicle, which will give its final farewell performance Down Under. As stipulated by the regulations, the GT3 cars must be last year’s spec. Facing stiff competition from vehicles from nine other manufacturers in the top category, the Porsche teams have good chances of success. Different this year: Instead of taking his place in the cockpit, Porsche works driver Earl Bamber (New Zealand) assumes the role of team boss at the pit wall.

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