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

Twister Racing launches its 2015 challenger.  Jim Parisis and David Greco will pilot this year's car, in the 12th year of participation in FSR.


This season will see Twister Racing go into year 12 of its participation in FSR and they will be hoping to build on the three victories that they managed last year. Twister never looked far from the pace in 2014 but will surely be hoping to challenge for the drivers and teams championships this time around. The lineup will consist this year of team owner/driver David Greco and Jim Parisis of YouTube fame. The livery has gone for a slightly different style this year without losing the famous Twister blue.

David Greco, the team owner had this to say about the new season:

"Finally the start of the season is just around the corner. I cannot say how happy and excited I am to start my first full season in FSR as a Team Owner. I believe this year will be a great season for us. We had a very positive pre-season testing, and I am pleased with the performance of all my drivers. I am also very glad that Thrustmaster chose to be our technical partner, providing us their best hardware for SimRacing which surely will help make every single driver in the team very competitive and ensure that the top in a World Class league like the FSR Thrustmaster World Championship. I want to thank Thrustmaster for their support, the members of the team for their great work during the pre-season and wish all the best to every driver, team and staff for this year's season."

Driver Jim Parisis also gave comment:

"Working with Twister for a second season in a row is a dream come true for me. The team has done a perfect job in the pre-season, creating the ideal environment on and off track. I feel I have done my homework and I'm waiting for the opening race in Australia. My focus this season is to eliminate the mistakes that cost me many points last season."