Project Sim Racer: Plans for Season 2

Shaun Cole On March 17, 2015
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Our rookie driver from the Project Sim Racer series reveals his plans for the 2nd season of the 2015 iRacing schedule:

"Building on my experience in the Star Mazda last season, I've decided to fully commit to racing that car in the official iRacing Star Mazda Championship this season. Having been placed in division 2, I will strive to achieve a top 10 result when all the weeks have been counted. It will be quite a challenge, but I will do my very best to be as prepared as I can be each week. Luckily I’ve got Shaun and a great team in SDC Motorsports to help me along the way.”
“On top of that, SDC Motorsports has submitted an entry for the AOR Pro Mazda Championship where I’ll compete alongside my good friend and teammate, Tom van Doorn, who is another up-and-coming young driver. The competition in this league has been very rewarding in my first part-time season and, along with Tom, I hope to build upon the success of my latest races in the league when we enter the second season in order to put SDC Motorsports high up the order. We will both attempt to compete full-time, but have made it known that our education is a high priority at the moment, and that we may therefore be forced to skip a few rounds each.”
While Andreas will mainly focus on perfecting his skills in the Star Mazda, he has made it clear that he plans to also challenge himself with new cars:
“To get used to top-level open wheel racing, I’ve decided to run the 6-week road schedule of the Verizon Indycar series. I’m supplementing this experience with test drives in the Williams FW31 to help the team with R&D and to prepare myself for the jump to a Formula 1 car. I’ve also received licenses to compete in the ISOWC Indycar Series and the Skip Barber 2K World Cup part-time, and I hope to qualify for a few rounds in these series if time allows.”

To follow Andreas on his journey to becoming one of sim racing’s best, keep an eye out on this website where we’ll post videos from the Project Sim Racer series. You can also follow him on Twitter ( for updates in the meantime, and follow us both on Twitch for live broadcasts of races: and


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