Buck Baker's Seat Time Racing School and iRacing have once again translated very well with one another. Even without all the sensory additions from a real experience, you learn from the sim when the car is getting tight, and when to lift in order to avoid the wall. The bumps in the track are all there.
Even when April was bump-drafted by instructor Brian Glass (Brian is also an iRacer), she said it's just like the sim--you don't really feel it, but you know it happened.
Adding to the list of great people we met that day, Chase Briscoe and his wife, Marissa, came to get some Seat Time when their plans to go to the GoPro Motorplex got changed.
I really loved to hear from Chase that the way these cars handle is very similar to the cars he drives in NASCAR; the only exceptions being that the Xfinity cars are more explosive (without a power limit), and their setups being looser to build more speed into them.
If you're looking for the most speed out of a NASCAR driving experience, Seat Time is going to be the place to go. Not only that, but they have the lowest prices, too!
I'm looking forward to seeing ya at an event!