Formula SimRacing - Organized by the International SimRacing Club
2018 Season
Round 1 | March 25 Australia
Round 2 | April 8 Bahrain
Round 3 | April 22 France
Round 4 | May 6 Canada
Round 5 | May 20 Great Brittain
Round 6 | June 3 Germany
Round 7 | June 17 Belgium
Round 8 | July 15 Italy
Round 9 | August 19 Singapore
Round 10 | September 09 Japan
Round 11 | September 23 USA
Round 12 | October 7 Brazil

Trines NetRex GP launches 2015 campaign with the NX17WA in the team's 17th year.  Morgan Morand and Carlos Martin are this year's pilots.


With the new season just days away we can reveal the livery for the Trines NetRex GP entry to FSR World Championship for this year. Last year NetRex narrowly missed out on the drivers title with Morgan Morand falling just short at the final event to Bono Huis but with Bono not competing this year Morand has to be the hot favourite to take the crown this time around.

Team principal and owner Ernesto De Angelis had this to say about this year:

"We're excited to start this new season, in the 17th year of life for the team. The NX17WA is for sure really different from our previous designs. The main reason is the arrival of our new title sponsor, Trines, together with another new partner, the guys developing the new awaited F1 manager game called World Racing Team Manager. Last season was surely one of the best since NetRex entered FSR in 2001, we might even say the second best after 2002 when we won both titles. The new season will be a totally new challenge and we know we can be competitive but we also know that competition will be very high as always and only a perfect season can bring us what we dream for. Still we're keeping the same philosophy of having fun and facing all the challenges, taking the max enjoyment from this great passion. That's the only and simple secret which makes every season a success for us."

It remains to be seen if NetRex can make this year enjoyable and successful and they will be hoping to start with a strong result with drivers Morgan Morand and Carlos Martin in Australia on Sunday.