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In the face of the pandemic that plagues the world, most sports had to completely suspend their activities and competitions. Many began to think about how to continue with internships from home, which is very difficult. Against this, racing drivers from northern Argentina will set up a competition with driving simulators from their home computers. It'll be just as if it was a race on a certain circuit. Running such races, where everyone is competing from home, and on a simulator that has steering wheel pedals and changes is already a trend in the world, especially for amateur motorists .
Racing of this type offer a very realistic experience and, for those who do not know how to drive, it is very difficult to control the car. There are circuits of competition from Argentina and around the world.
The pilots who will leave on the starting line will be from several northern provinces, mostly Salta, Tucumán and Jujuy. On the Salta side, riders will compete today in the most important competitions in the country. Esteban Cistola (current runner of TC Pista ), Lucas Petrachini (runs in the TP 1400 of the NOA and the Turismo Pista Class 3), the legendary Paul Vuyovich and his brother Nicolas Maximilian.
The initiative and coordination of the competition is the Jujujuño runner Matías Clapier . Together with the people of the ASRL League (a gaming platform) he arranged everything for drivers to access the race from home. The championship will consist of five dates where times and points will be added to define the winner.
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Publication Date: 29/04/2020
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