Before 1993 I knew nothing about racing in the United States besides it being a host for Formula One Grand Prix events, but when my fellow Brit Nigel Mansell departed to race in IndyCar, my eyes were opened; Suddenly I started to read about it in Autosport where I’d ignored it before, and thanks to Papyrus software titles like NASCAR Racing, Indy 500 – The Simulation, IndyCar Racing and IndyCar Racing II (also known as CART Racing), my attachment to racing in North America grew even more as I raced in my own home.
I now live three hours north of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and have worked in the sim racing industry since 2005. Fast forward to the present, and I’ve been lucky enough through work to experience Indianapolis Motor Speedway in a way that few have or ever will… Continue reading
I felt very, very confident heading into this event. I had done very little testing but felt comfortable with the iRacing Advanced setup almost immediately. I knew I could keep the car on the track and also knew that if I needed to push I could put out some decent lap times. Continue reading
Tim is British and lives in the United States with his wife and kids.
He works for software developers Image Space Inc. and Studio 397 on their racing simulations, and is a fan of Gaming, Motorsports, and photography.