Rubbing is Racing
Rubbing is Racing

One of the nice things about sim racing is that it's a hell of a lot easier to capture on video and broadcast around the world than real racing. Because of this, there's a huge group of people that commit their time to making videos of races, reviews, techniques, and general hoonage. Here are 4 channels worth watching.

1) DigiProst

Stop what your doing and subscribe to this channel. Like, right now. Stop. Between the amazing sim rigs, early access to games like Asseto Corsa and Project Cars, and skills so sharp that it's almost a shame he isn't racing these cars for real, this is one of the very best channels to watch. Here's a little taste of what to expect:

2) Tiametmarduck

This channel focuses on Codemasters F1 series of games and while the host is definitely a great driver, his commentator skills are second to none. I would seriously pay money to watch him call a real race. Throw in some great pre-release content to boot and you've got yourself a winner. Here's a favorite:

3) Inside Sim Racing

Going down the rabbit hole of picking the right equipment for your sim racing setup can be a scary journey. The folks at Inside Sim racing are here to help. With comprehensive reviews of a huge range of racing wheels, pedals, seats, seat move-y actuator things, speakers, and a long list of other maddeningly expensive items, this channel is a great resource if you have any questions about a specific piece of kit.

4) Stella Stig

This channel focuses primarily on the Forza series, especially 4 and 5. A huge part of enjoying the Forza games is tuning and learning to get the most out of a tuned car can be a real challenge, not to mention time consuming. Stella Stig has a real talent for easily explaining seemingly complex things like how bump damping ratios and differential settings affect a car's handling. If you've ever wanted to take your tuned cars to the next level, this is a great place to start.

This is just a tiny taste so if you've got great sources of content, slap 'em in the commets.

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