LA Honda World and LA Honda World Racing now represented globally in iRacing
"From our humble roots in Los Angeles, to the national scale in racing, to now having global recognition in the virtual domain, LA Honda World Racing is proud to make this impact for today and the future."
Mario Biundo - LA Honda World Racing Team Principal
Above: Scenes from Thermal Club as audio and 3D data is set to be taken via the iRacing team
Excerpt from Racer.com:
By Ryan Kish
Honda and Hyundai have become the latest manufactures to partner with iRacing and bring their cars to the virtual world of sim racing. A pair of TCRs, the Honda Civic Type R and the Hyundai Elantra CN7, will join the platform early next week.
This is the first expansion of iRacing’s TCR offerings since the Audi RS3 LMS became the first TCR car in the simulator in September of 2019. Steve Myers, iRacing’s executive vice president, credited Bryan Herta Autosport and LA Honda World for their help in getting the cars into the simulator.
Read the full article at Racer.com
Excerpt from iRacing
"Touring car racing remains one of the world’s most popular forms of road racing, combining approachable front-wheel drive cars with some of the most legendary circuits on the planet. The result is an aggressive, elbows-out form of road racing that proves to be just as much fun for the drivers behind the wheel as it is to watch for the fans in the seats.The Honda Civic Type R made its debut in 2018, and earned back-to-back Model of the Year awards on a global stage in 2019 and 2020. Boasting the same four-cylinder turbocharged engine as the roadgoing Civic Type R, the racing version puts out 340 horsepower. Campaigned around the world by various teams, North American fans may best recognize the Civic Type R for running the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge with teams like LA Honda World Racing and Atlanta Speedwerks."
Learn more at iRacing.com