Round 3 of the Formula SimRacing Thrustmaster World Championship takes us to Spain. The last time FSR was in Spain was in 2013 at Valencia, and the last time at Catalunya was in 2011.
With the 1st season half over, it is time to take a quick look back on how the FSR Thrustmaster World Championship went down.
Even the world’s best sim racers need a break once in a while, especially after the extremely exciting first eight races of the season.
With the 3rd Round of 2016’s FSR ACE season to be rescheduled after technical issues on the particular race day the season break has basically vanished for ACE drivers. However 5 weeks of break are almost over and the ACE paddock is preparing itself for the 2nd season half to start on 20th of August at Spa-Francochamps.
The summer break has arrived and the PRO drivers are getting ready for the second half of the season. With eight rounds left on the calendar a lot can still happen in the championship.
But first let’s recap what happened in the first eight races of the Formula-Simracing PRO division.
Round 2 of the Formula-SimRacing Thrustmaster World Championship takes us to Bahrain International Circuit. For 2016 this would be a night race, a nice change from what has been day races the past few years.
The 2016 season started with a brand new car for Formula-SimRacing and with it uncertainty with how the season would go. It turns out the car is well suited to bring about the many battles this season has already seen and we are sure will be seen in the second half of the season.
Jeroen Kweekel recovered from his disappointment of Australia 3 weeks ago to be 1st across the line this weekend in Bahrain.