Today, Xtreme Performance Racing and Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) driver, Rui Teixiera, announces a new partnership for 2014. This partnership has spawned a new Driver Development program, which will allow members of XPR a chance to convert their virtual racing career into one within the physical world. Teixeira is quite optimistic about the new partnership, “XPR is a great virtual racing team to be a part of, and to now be officially associated with them outside
Virtual CTCC round 3 Barcelona, ES Lombardi Honda Racing Twitter: @oficialrui GT: XPR Rooster Testing: Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to test for Catalunya as much as I was hoping for. With the busy week coming off Road Atlanta and doing some things for real CTCC I found myself on race day without any practice. Qualifying: I had no testing heading into the event, I had no idea what would be necessary to qualify in A or B lobby as well. I had also learned qualifying at Infineon
Toronto, ON Alongside the Canadian Touring Car Championship this weekend at the Canadian Motorsports Expo in Toronto, Canada, we showcased the XPLR Virtual Canadian Touring Car Championship and Forza Motorsport 4. We showed replays from the races already completed (as of the halfway point in the season), as well as live demonstrations by Rui Teixeira (XPR Rooster) and myself (XPR Roadrunner). We gathered a lot of interest as we had the President, Competition Director, Technic
Virtual CTCC Round 1 Infineon, CA Twitter: @oficialrui GT: XPR Rooster Preparation: The Virtual Canadian Touring Car Championship idea was floating around for a few weeks within the team and looked to be a real challenge for builds. After a few phone calls between myself and series president John Bondar, the idea seemed to be becoming a reality. The guys over at XPLR.com worked really hard to find the right builds making sure all B-Spec and Super Touring cars would be equal.