Sim Dynamics mantra in crossing over from real to virtual worlds is simply “bring the relevance”. This weekend’s Buttkicker Britcar 24hr is no different for their two car entry in this virtual, but no less real, race.
Sim Dynamics have been building high quality simulators for private and commercial use for over a decade. Crucially this comes from a real-world motorsport background of driver coaching and professional driving in all its forms. We don’t play games – we build simulators – for people that know what the real thing should be like.
To that end our Buttkicker Britcar 24hr eSports line up proves this point across the board.
Team 1 will be racing a Mercedes AMG GT3 consisting of the most experienced drivers, including rising eSports star Remy Gilbert who also happens to use a Sim Dynamics eSport simulator. Alongside Remy is David Gibbons a very talented and experienced eSports driver who is also responsible for creating our car designs. The team average age is brought below 45 by the addition of Rapid Remy!
David and Remy are joined by three drivers with between 20 and 35 years real world racing experience each. David Hornsey a modern GT and Historic racer and the Britcar technical manager, Paul Allen a Caterham, Radical and classic FF2000 racer and Sim Dynamics very own Simon Mason a regular Britcar competitor and multiple championship winner.
Team 2 will race in the GT4 class with a Porsche 718 Cayman and consist of relatively new to eSports racers with our support. These are led by rapid Sim Dynamics customer Matthew Jones who’s brother Chris finished 2nd in BEC this season with a Mercedes AMG GT4. Matt is joined by friends Dirk Bakker and Dale Williams who are both enthusiastic eSports entrants and Neville Jones who is also a past Britcar competitor and very experienced Rally Driver.