Coanda Simsport's Mack Bakkum joins Jonathan Simon in the Film Room, The Simon Racing Report's new feature series, to rewatch Coanda's first ever 1-2-3 finish at the Suzuka Circuit, along with qualifying and the race.
RaceSpot TV's Jonathan Simon is joined by VRS Coanda Simsport driver and Virtual Racing School driver coach David Williams to discuss his experiences teaching drivers, the challenges of learning how to teach himself, analysing driving visually along with telemetry, the history of Coanda Simsport, my3id and Clownpaint Gaming, team atmosphere and culture, GT Academy and real world racing, live sim racing competitions including LAN events, motorsport, as well as the Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton 'brake testing' incident under safety car at the 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
RaceSpot TV's Jonathan Simon brings on Randolph Chenowth to discuss the current controversy surrounding the third party applications dilemma in the iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series, looking at the positives and negatives of the issue and what should be classified as legal/illegal.
RaceSpot TV commentators Jonathan Simon and Wil Vincent preview the upcoming 2017 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series, discussing the shortened calendar, analysing all drivers and teams ahead of round one and make their final predictions ahead of the season.
RaceSpot TV's Jonathan Simon brings on 2016/17 iRacing Road Pro Series Champion Mack Bakkum to talk about his passion for both Formula 1 Grand Prix and Endurance style racing, teammate camaraderie and maintaining positive relationships with his main competitors, his setup knowledge in sim racing, his history with Radicals Online and the future for Mack in the sim racing world.
RaceSpot TV's Jonathan Simon and Rachael Whiteford recap the 2016 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series race by race, while also handing out driver and team awards, discuss the best and worst storylines, recap the standings and preview the 2017 season itself.
RaceSpot TV's Jonny Simon brings on the winner of the 2016 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series and one of the most consistent and reliable sim racers of all-time Martin Krönke to discuss the feelings of being a world champion, the nerves and atmosphere of the final round at Circuit