Racing Revolution Race Cars and More Racecraft Advice

How you can race Revolution race cars is just part of this week’s Racecraft & Race Cars Roundup. I also have some great racecraft advice, an exercise to help develop your peripheral vision and how adaptive race cars assist in enabling disabled drivers achieve their motorsport dreams.

It’s all in this week’s edition of the Racecraft & Race Cars Roundup on Motorsport Prospects.

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Adaptive Technology Hand Control System

PRI Magazine also looks at how adaptive race car equipment allows drivers with disabilities to overcome challenges and compete on track while winning championships and setting records in the process.

“Adaptive race cars have opened the doors for paraplegic and quadriplegic drivers, those born without limbs, amputees, and others to pilot cars in competition. Even blindness isn’t necessarily a barrier in select racing venues. Disabilities don’t extinguish the competitive spirit in drivers, nor the competitive spirit in the motorsports aftermarket, where finding solutions to difficult problems is just another day at the office.”

Dion von Moltke of Blayze explains what ICE pedal is, why it happens and what you can do to avoid it.

“If you aren’t sure if you have had an ICE pedal before or not that means you have not. When this happens you have no doubt at what you just felt. When you get an ICE pedal the brake pedal itself feels like a rock, no matter how hard you push the pedal down it will not budge. The brake pedal is essentially locked in the in a high position. At the same time you are pushing the brakes as hard as you can the car is only slowing down at maybe 10% – 20% at the rate you were expecting it to and no matter how hard you press the car just won’t slow down any faster. It’s seriously scary stuff!”

What does a spotter do and where from? Stewart Cox, Team Principal for APR and Crowdstrike by APR shares the team’s approach to spotters and gives some insight as to how they give important information to drivers and engineers in the video above.


Racing Revolution Race Cars and More Racecraft Advice

Nicholas d’Orlando of Blayze explains the Peripheral Vision Wall Ball exercise which helps develop your peripheral vision.

Race Car & Series Developments

After his test of the Ligier JS P320 at the Magny-Cours Grand Prix circuit, French driver and YouTuber Valentin Simonet tested the Ligier JS2 R. Inside and out, the French GT was put through its paces!

Racing Revolution Race Cars and More Racecraft Advice

A capacity 36-car field comprising 19 GT3s and 17 GT4s will contest this year’s British GT Championship. The overall list features 10 manufacturers, nine of which are racing in GT4. That category also includes four new models – the Aston Martin Vantage, Ford Mustang, Ginetta G56 Evo and Lotus Emira – while the GT3-spec Vantage also makes its senior class debut.

McLaren Motorsport has announced that it is expanding its single-make presence with the launch of the McLaren Trophy America championship, which will get underway in 2025. McLaren Trophy America will be run to the same principles as McLaren Trophy Europe and is designed to challenge and develop Pro-Am driver pairings, with the emphasis on the Bronze driver. The expansion follows a successful debut season for McLaren Trophy in 2023, in which 17 cars contested the championship across two classes.

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Summons Racing have announced that they will provide Hyper Racer customers with support for sales, leasing plans, “Arrive & Drive” packages, storage, maintenance, transport and track requirements.

Summons Racing founder, Rob Summons, is extremely pleased with the association with Hyper Racer. “We absolutely love Hyper Racer, the low cost ethos of going racing as well as the product itself, an extremely fast racing car”, he said. When prompted about how the association came about, he added, “The Hyper Racer team made it clear that they were fast running out of space and in desperate need of room to scale and grow to fill the number of orders coming in.”

WSC, the owner of the TCR trademark and technical regulations, and Duncan Eventos signed an agreement to establish a TCR Mexico Class within the Copa Notiauto Mexico. The deal will have a duration of three years, expiring at the end of 2026, and grants Duncan Eventos the license to promote TCR competition in Mexico.

FEL Motorsports is thrilled to announce the CTMP Cup, set to debut during the 2024 Victoria Day SpeedFest and Labour Day Sprints weekends. Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP). The CTMP Cup is a separate championship within the SCCC presented by Michelin, covering all three classes, as well as the Emzone RCC presented by Michelin and the new Emzone RCC Masters class – a class dedicated to Radical competitors above 40 years old. Points accumulated through the two CTMP weekends, a total of four races (two per weekend), will determine the CTMP Cup winners.

CSJ Motorsports principals Susan and Cy Jary have confirmed that they have been appointed the customer support operations provider for McLaren Automotive’s GT racing customers in North America. The new three-year partnership with McLaren will see CSJ maintain a McLaren Customer Racing support operations headquarters at all 2024 IMSA and SRO America events beginning this season. CSJ replaces Haas, which had previously been supporting McLaren’s customer activities in North America.

Just how exciting, technical and innovative is Sportscar Racing today? Both IMSA and WEC have had major gains in popularity over the last few years, with new categories and manufacturers joining. Autosport brought in Blake Hinsey / @brrrake, former Formula 1 Performance Engineer, to experience his first 24 Hours of Daytona, and take a deep dive into the data driving the development of Endurance Racing. IMSA President John Doonan and Ex-F1 Champion Jenson Button to help Blake get a deeper understanding of how integral @boschmobility is to IMSA’s entire operation.

Track Days

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PRI Magazine looks at the fact that since most major sanctioning bodies and many automakers are now offering dedicated programs, high-performance driving events are becoming preeminent motorsports gateways.

“This has ushered in the era of high-performance driving events, or HPDEs. These programs follow an ethos similar to grassroots autocross events and focus on minimizing the barriers to entry through low costs and basic car preparation requirements. And much like autocross events, participation in HPDE programs also provides an opportunity for these drivers to get connected to a motorsports-minded community of enthusiasts.”

Racing Opportunities

MadPanda Motorsport

As excitement builds for the season opener at Paul Ricard from April 5th to 7th, Madpanda Motorsport announces that one seat remains available for drivers seeking to join the competitive Endurance Silver Cup lineup. Interested participants are invited to contact Ezequiel Companc via email: for further information on this exclusive opportunity.

Racing Revolution Race Cars and More Racecraft Advice

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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.