For round Nine of the Formula Sim Racing World Championships the Autodromo Nazionale Monza also known as the temple of speed just near the city of Monza, north of Milan, in Italy welcomed the drivers fresh from their long summer break.
GhostSpeed Racing’s James Sadler grabbed his long awaited first career win in Formula Sim Racing’s PRO series, edging Avid Chronic Racing’s Georg Winter in the closing stages of the race. The German’s extra pit stop almost paid dividends, but it was too little too late as Sadler claimed the top step on the podium which had eluded him for so long.
ACE Driver Pashalis Gergis took a smaller break during the summer in order to cover his press section with his classic team and driver interviews! Just a few hours before Monza race, he had many interesting questions to ask to many drivers around paddock! Let's see who they were.
The Historic circuit of Hockenheim nestled in Rhine Valley in the Baden-Württemberg region of Germany, updated and shortened from 6.823 km to 4.574km in 2001 to remove the forest section played host to round seven of the Formula Sim Racing World Championships.
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