The MSA UK recognized Triple7Racing

We have closed the gap between the simracing world and real life racing again a bit more. As the first pure PC based simracing team ever, we have managed to become recognized by the MSA UKTriple7Racing is now an approved organisation by the Motor Sports Association (MSA), which is the sole national governing body for four-wheel motor sport in the UK, recognised by the world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).

Racing simulations has become a very useful tool in driver training, car and setup testing and also in making the first steps into a potential racing career. Our aims at Triple7Racing are to assist our members in all that and in participating and attending simulated motorsport events and leagues to enhance their understanding of racing in general.

One of our goals is to provide a low-cost environment for our members to get into the world of motorsport. Many people don’t have the opportunity to race in real life, on real tracks, in real cars; we offer our members the option to do so in an online environment.

We think this is a great opportunity for everyone to get a deeper look into what is needed to be a clean and fast race driver, and we are proud that some of our former T7R team members have already made the step from a simracer to a real race car driver in the past eleven years and they still use simulations to test out new tracks they’ve never been on, or for testing setups.

So we keep on organising online racing leagues and events for our users, such as our “Monday Night Racing” events or the just started “F3 T7R Championships 2016” league.

We will also continue to get in touch with more real racing leagues, teams and car manufacturers to cross the bridge between simracing and real world racing once more.

  1. Fordman
    Fordman says:

    People might think, yeah and, but adding to the news, we are the ONLY, PC Simracing, AC Team to have achieved this, in the whole of the UK, which shows our dedication, like the news said, in closing the gap between real and sim racing for various reasons.

    This is not just any news, this is MASSIVE news

  2. Strazen
    Strazen says:

    Awesome work by the staff !

    I wish all the best for the future of T7R and, why not, further again, a partnership with the FFSA (Fédération Française du Sport Automobile) and in other countries as well :)

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