With a career in motorsports that spans everything from working for a major auto manufacturer, to time behind the wheel of a race car, to finally team ownership - Jim Jordan brings a wealth of experience to his role as the SRO Motorsports GT America, Touring Car Series Director. In this week's episode of Break/Fix, Jim explains his role and how his previous experiences have shaped his outlook as he helps guide SRO into the the latest “golden age” of sports car racing. This episode is brought to you by SRO Motorsports America and their partners at AWS, Crowdstrike, Fanatec, Pirelli, and the Skip Barber Racing School.
Die Aktie der Endor AG ist eine unfassbare Erfolgsstory und einer jährlichen Performance von fast 90% pro Jahr(!) in den vergangenen Jahren. Trotzdem kennen bislang nur die wenigsten die Gaming-Aktie aus Landshut. Das könnte auch am Namen der Gesellschaft liegen: Endor entwickelt und verkauft unter der Marke Fanatec hochwertige Eingabegeräte für Racing-Simulationen, die unter anderem auch im professionellen eSports-Bereich genutzt werden. Warum Lukas Spang diese Aktie trotz großen Anstiegs im Fonds hat, erklärt er in diesem Video. ⌚ Timestamps: (0:00) Intro (0:41) Top 10 Positionen des Tigris Small & Micro Cap Growth Fund (1:08) Vorstellung der Endor AG (1:58) Die starke Marke Fanatec (4:41) Aktienkurs (5:35) Die Zukunftsaussichten von Endor (9:05) Aktionärsstruktur und Partnerschaften
Your favorite road-going cars, transformed into aggressive track-only racing machines. From the compact Fit to the track-focused Civic Type R, touring racing brings out the full potential of Honda vehicles. We get an inside look into the new SRO Motorsports TC America homologated 2022 Honda Civic Si with Honda Performance Development (HPD) Project Lead James Nazarian Jr., at SRO America Rounds 5 & 6 on-site at Virginia International Raceway (VIR). This episode is brought to you by SRO Motorsports America and their partners at AWS, Crowdstrike, Fanatec, Pirelli, and the Skip Barber Racing School. Be sure to check out the follow-on PITSTOP behind-the-scenes on Patreon.
After graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a Mechanical Engineering degree, our guest joined Mazda R&D in Irvine, California. And while at Mazda he worked on the original Miata, second-generation MX-6, first-gen MPV, and third-gen RX-7. While he loved the people and the work at Mazda, he wanted to try something new… working at a larger car company. That opportunity came in 1993 when he joined Ford as a layout engineer in the electric vehicle department. And in 1997, he was able to transfer to the Ford Motorsport effort in the SCCA Trans-Am Championship. While the Ford experience was professionally rewarding, he wished to return home to Southern California. A little later, acting as the EV Q&A technical expert on a Nissan media event in 2000 - a life changing event that would lead his career from engineering to communications - He became the Nissan Product PR Manager from 2001 through 2006 where he worked on every Nissan brand product launch, including the return of the Z, the launch of NISMO, and the first Nissan 360 global event. Fast forwarding to today… our Break/Fix guest is one of those legendary behind the scenes people in Motorsports, Dean Case - Public Relations manager for SRO Motorsports America, where he works to promote the premier GT and Touring Car series in the U.S. And he's here to share some of his most fascinating paddock stories with us... As if the intro wasn't enough, right? This episode is brought to you by SRO Motorsports America and their partners at AWS, Crowdstrike, Fanatec, Pirelli, and the Skip Barber Racing School. Get behind the scenes access and extra content available on our Patreon!
Joining us today on the Traxion.GG Podcast is the BMW's Head of Sim Racing, Rudolf Dittrich.Dittrich has worked for BMW's M Motorsport division in the past, his last role before stepping into the virtual racing world being Head of Vehicle Development.On this episode, he explains that BMW believes sim racing to be another branch of motorsport and equally as important to the business.The prevalence of BMW vehicles in racing games and sims is no coincidence, therefore, with BMW cars and motorcycles appearing in diverse titles such as Ride 4, RiMS Racing, Assetto Corsa Competizione, iRacing, RaceRoom Racing Experience, rFactor 2 and even mobile game Real Racing 3.BMW's commitment to sim racing is also underlined by its technical partnership with sim racing peripheral manufacturer Fanatec, thanks to the co-development of the BMW M4 GT3 racecar's steering wheel. This is all part of BMW's drive to engage with younger audiences and promote BMW products through the positive medium of esports and gaming.If you'd like to hear more episodes like this one, please follow, like and subscribe on your podcast app of choice or here on YouTube. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a comment below. Your feedback is invaluable and helps us to create more episodes in the future.Follow BMW Esports: https://twitter.com/BMWEsportsFollow Traxion.GGhttps://twitter.com/TraxionGGhttps://www.instagram.com/traxiongg/https://www.twitch.tv/traxiongghttps://www.youtube.com/traxiongghttps://www.facebook.com/TraxionGG/
With more than 25 years of experience at the forefront of a continuously evolving industry, SRO Motorsports Group is the established international leader in GT racing. Best known for the development and implementation of the GT3 and GT4 regulations, SRO promotes and organizes championships that embrace professional and amateur competitors. Its portfolio of highly regarded series includes continental GT World Challenge powered by AWS categories in Europe, America and Asia, which are combined to determine a global manufacturers' champion, while the flagship Intercontinental GT Challenge powered by Pirelli features events on five different continents. Combining a passion for performance with industry-leading expertise, SRO continues to play a key role in shaping the future of international GT racing and with us to explore the history and evolution of SRO Motorsports in America, is President and CEO of SRO America, Greg Gill. This episode is brought to you by SRO Motorsports America and their partners at AWS, Crowdstrike, Fanatec, Pirelli, and the Skip Barber Racing School. Be sure to check out the follow-on PITSTOP minisode on Patreon.
Tyler is back and he brought some hardware. Paul joins in the fun and Patrick Ripley joins us from across the pond to tell us some stories about his career working with Multimatic Motorsports and some of real world racing experiences. Please check out the links below and support everyone that makes these happen.PE Podcast WebsiteHome Of PESRPony Express YouTubeExtreme Sim TV YouTubeSDK Affiliate LinkBuzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=68138915)
Paul and I talk about Season 2 of Iracing, we have a short discussion on why I hate GT7 but I cannot stop playing it, and I try to convince Paul to buy a direct drive wheel before the prices go up. PE Podcast WebsiteHome Of PESRPony Express YouTubeExtreme Sim TV YouTubeSDK Affiliate LinkBuzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=68138915)
Rene Buttler from Overtake stops by the show today. Rene provides us with an insiders perspective into the world of Sim Racing. We talk about his role with Overtake, where he see's the furture of Sim Racing headed, and why we can't have every track and every car. We also discuss living on toast, and Rene ruins a segment for every future guest. Make sure check him out live on Nitro Nights at overtake.gg. I also want to give a big thanks to everyone at Overtake for making this episode happen.PE Podcast WebsiteHome Of PESRPony Express YouTubePony Express Post Race ShowExtreme Sim TV YouTubeSDK Affiliate LinkBuzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=68138915)
It's time for another episode, once again it's a duo. Sadly (or perhaps not) Davide informed us that he would be busy washing his hair, therefore it was left to Paul and Dani to chew over the topics for this week. We hope you enjoy the episode, we certainly enjoyed recording it. Topics are: Do we need better graphics? Richard Burns Rally New Fanatec Rally Button Module At the end of this episode there are also some worthy mentions MotoGP 22 Formula RSS 2013 New ACC GT Series at RD hosted on SGP F1 Testing Enjoyed the episode? Please leave us a review, it really helps us to get the podcast noticed. Why not get one of your friends to subscribe! Web: www.racedepartment.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/racedepartment Facebook: www.twitter.com/racedepartment Instagram: www.instagram.com/racedepartment Youtube: www.youtube.com/racedepartment --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/racedepartment/message
Tyler and I unexpectedly get together for an episode. On tonight's show we build the perfect Sim game, talk about Tylers practice schedule for the upcoming Sebring race and a lot of other random topics. Check out everything Pony Express related using the links below.PE Podcast WebsiteHome Of PESRPony Express YouTubePony Express Post Race ShowExtreme Sim TV YouTubeSDK Affiliate LinkBuzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=68138915)
Sean Adkins fills in for Tyler, Rodger Shank stops by with a special announcement. Sean and I talk pedals, golf, weather and racing. Check out the links below and thank you for supporting the show.PE Podcast WebsiteHome Of PESRPony Express YouTubePony Express Post Race ShowExtreme Sim TV YouTubeSDK Affiliate LinkBuzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=68138915)
Special live show from the virtual Bathurst 12 hour endurance race. In studio we have Mark Dillion Jr, Sean Adkins, Dennys Diaz and the team from Pony Express 3 as they battle for a victory. I failed to make it through my first stint in the race, Bryce has an even worse day, and we all learned that a tow truck saved the day and would have taken 25 place if it competed. Please check out the links belong for all things Pony Express.PE Podcast WebsiteHome Of PESRPony Express YouTubePony Express Post Race ShowExtreme Sim TV YouTubeSDK Affiliate LinkBuzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=68138915)
On today's show we learn why Jr doesn't race Nascar, that Tyler secretly likes to crash while leading and that one of the fastest guys in the league just started racing. Zac joins us for his weekly recap and to talk about our broadcast adventure, we also cover the hard hitting topic of licorice. Please check out the website and subscribe to the newsletter.PE Podcast WebsiteHome Of PESRPony Express YouTubePony Express Post Race ShowExtreme Sim TV YouTubeSDK Affiliate LinkBuzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=68138915)
Tyler and I learn that Paul Skipp cheats, hydraulic pedals are expensive, and that Mark finished an entire race without getting wrecked. Zac makes is weekly appearance to talk league news and Tyler and I volunteer to be virtual spotters for a change to win our share of $100,000. Please check out the links below and help support this show and all the Pony Express leagues.PE Podcast Website - Home Of PESR - Pony Express YouTube - Pony Express Post Race ShowExtreme Sim TV YouTube - VCO Twitch Feed - SDK Affiliate Link -Buzzsprout Affiliate LinkSupport the show
For our final investigation of all things Sim Racing, we decided to speak to Belma Nadarevic, Head of Marketing at Fanatec, one of the world's top manufacturers of gaming steering wheels, pedals and accessories, and a key sponsor across the racing eSports sector. Belma gives us a great overview across the various segments of Sim racing. Follow: Belma Nadarevic: https://www.instagram.com/its_belma_xoxo/ Rod Chong: https://www.instagram.com/rev_sect/ Race Service: https://www.instagram.com/race.service/ Produced & Edited By - Andrew Cramb: https://www.instagram.com/andrew_ftw/