With much of the world under quarantine, real-world racing has come screeching to a halt. Thanks to advancements in simulation racing by companies like iRacing, we can still hit the digital track and watch the pros battle it out in simulators. We might be stuck at home, but that doesn't mean we have to give up racing entirely.
Join us to learn more about the digitization of motorsports with experts from across the industry, from pro drivers, legendary announcers, and renowned high-performance builders. Hear the opinions of industry luminaries on:
This hour-long event will include a 40-minute moderated conversation and 20 minutes of live Q&A time. If you can't join us live, we'll share the recorded discussion video here.
John Hindhaugh has been broadcasting for over 30 years, not only as the "Voice of Radio Le Mans" but also on motorsport commentary for ITV, Motors TV, Mobil 1 The Grid, XM Satellite Radio and the video game Need For Speed: Pro Street. You can hear him announcing the IMSA iRacing Pro Series on alternating Thursdays starting April 16.
Patrick Long is a two-time Pirelli World Challenge champion, three-time ALMS GT champion, and the class winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Rolex 24 At Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans. This year, Patrick will again race with Wright Motorsports in IMSA's GTD class, teamed with Ryan Hardwick in the No. 16 Porsche 911 GT3 R.
Jack Roush, Jr., started his racing career in gokarts in 1979, winning every one of the four championships he competed in. Since then, he has won 14 professional road racing victories and 37 podiums across the IMSA Continental Tire Series and Pirelli World Challenge series.