Turn Racing presents the Turn Podcast. Join us as we merge the gap between motorsport and sim racing!
Charlie Eastwood is a factory driver with Aston Martin and competes in the FIA World Endurance Championship!
Today I had the opportunity to speak with Niels Heusinkveld who is the owner and founder of Heusinkveld Engineering. Join us as we discuss his modest beginnings, what it's like starting and running a company, sim racing physics, the sim hardware market and more!
Moritz Löhner - Pro Sim Driver
Moritz Löhner is a Williams Esports professional sim driver
Jon Armstrong started his impressive career at an early age. Starting rally sprints when he was 13 to his first closed stages at just 17. After moving into European rallying and winning the Rookie title, Armstrong won a seat in the WRC2 class. The tier below the main World Rally Championship.
With all things racing, budget comes into play, where Jon made a move to the virtual world. Winning the 2018 Esports World Rally Championship to now working directly with Dirt Rally 2.0
Join us as we discuss the world of rally racing. The specifics of what it takes, how to get started and this continued discussion of merging the gap between sim racing and real world racing!
Today I got a chance to speak with Lindsay Rice who is currently competing in the Canadian Touring Car Championship in the #18 Audi RS3 LMS.
Lindsay has always been into cars and naturally gravitated to motorsport. She is the perfect example of hustle brings results.
Doing whatever it took to be at the track, volunteering, making her goals and ambitions clear to her colleagues and networking to
finally lead to a sponsorship deal for her to start racing.
2019 sees Paul competing in IMSA GTD and GS! In 2018, Holton was named a factory driver for McLaren amidst a MICHELIN Pilot Challenge season with two top-five finishes and three MOTUL Pole Awards. Holton was also the 2017 World Challenge TC champion with one win and three podiums.