Racing Prodigy Goes Mobile

Racing Prodigy has gone mobile as they have launched a new global driver search on the iOS platform Street Kart Racing. Why? Their reasoning is simple. Not everyone can afford a sim racing rig, but millions of young people have an iPhone so a competition featuring the popular Street Kart Racing game makes their mission to bring sim racers to real life racing even more accessible.

In addition to this I feature a video from sim racer Suellio Almeida on the differences between sim racing and the real thing, the new Screen to Speed mini-doc, a very cool F3-inspired sim racing cockpit and more.

I also have the usual roundup of competitive and general sim racing news, the latest tech developments and more. All this on this week’s edition of the Sim Racing Roundup. As always, its sim racing news aimed at racers, not gamers.

From Sim Racing to the Real Thing

Racing Prodigy Goes Mobile

The inaugural Prodigy Racing League GR86 Cup with iRacing has finished with Brazilian Gustavo Ariel making history as the very first Prodigy Pass winner, winning First Place in their Season 1 Tournament 1. There are more PRL tournaments ahead and more Prodigy Passes to win, so make sure you check out the Racing Prodigy website and socials regularly.

Racing Prodigy Goes Mobile

Racing Prodigy have also announced a new global driver search on iOS platform Street Kart Racing (see video above).

“We are so excited to bring our global driver search to iOS MOBILE devices! SAT July 1 begins 21 days of qualifiers with Street Kart!!! REGISTER FREE on to be eligible for prizes and a shot at the second Prodigy Pass! All participants get FREE daily tire allotment. Rank in the Top 20% to advance to the Main Event. TOP 500 registered drivers will have a chance to be selected by the Prodigy Search Committee to win their own Prodigy Pass for a trip to TRAIN & COMPETE IN A REAL KART and RADICAL SR1 race car at Atlanta Motorsports Park!”

Screen to Speed Summer Cup

Screen to Speed have announced their Summer Cup schedule. You can get all the details here.

Racing Prodigy Goes Mobile

In case you missed it, check out the Screen to Speed mini-doc above.

Sportico explains how last weekend’s NASCAR Chicago Street Race was made possible by simulation tech. “It’s hard for me to see how this course would have been developed without putting it in iRacing.”

Racing Prodigy Goes Mobile
Suellio Almeida explains and shows his biggest challenge in real life racing as a sim racer.

Competitive Sim Racing News

Here are more headlines from the world of competitive sim racing:

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Sim Racing Tips & Techniques

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Sim Racing Tech Roundup

Here is a roundup of the latest sim racing tech news and reviews from around the world.

Sim Racing Roundup

General Sim Racing News

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Mark Boudreau
Author: Mark Boudreau

Mark is the publisher of Motorsport Prospects. As a former lawyer, he applies his legal background and research skills to assist race drivers by showcasing the resources they need to make their motorsport careers happen.