Monday, July 24, 2017
Sim Racing Association


NRT Game Servers Pro Truck Series Kicks Off Inaugural Season

It’s race day! TDR Racing returns to action for the 2017 season starting tonight with the inaugural running of the NRT Game Servers Pro Truck Series at the newly developed and released SRA Daytona by Derek Justis.

Here’s what you need to know! The server for the inaugural running of the Thank a Vet 150 Presented by Geiswite Creations will be started at 7:30 PM EST for Practice. Qualifying for the event will begin at 9:00 PM EST sharp unless a 5 minute clock has been requested. A short drivers meeting will be conducted at the end of qualifying followed by a 5 minute happy hour session and then we will go straight to race.

The winner of the event will be awarded $15.00 by Co-Series Administrator Blake McCandless and they will also receive a commemorative custom designed mug with their race winning vehicle courtesy of Geiswite Creations.

If you haven’t already done so, be sure to sign up with SMS Passport. If you have already signed up and raced at leagues such as Blazin’ Pedals or Insomniac Motorsports you should already have an account with SMS Passport and should only require registration for the series at TDR Racing. You may do this by visiting:

http://simulationmotorsports.com/leagues/index.asp?lid=11 or clicking the link at the top of the SRA web page.

We look forward to seeing everyone this evening on our maiden voyage. We hope for a very prosperous and successful inaugural season and hope to stick around for many more to come! A special thank you goes out to our sponsors and supporters Dave Stanley of NRT Game Servers and Scott Geiswite of Geiswite Creations. Lastly, thank you to TDR Racing and Tdr Jack for allowing myself and Blake McCandless the opportunity to run with this series and do something different and unique, none of this would be possible without the backing of TDR.

Here’s to 2017!
– Joe Ahlin (TDR Administrator)

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