Once again, Seat Time and iRacing translated very well with each other. 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 so you avoid the wall. The bumps in the track are all there.
Even when April was bumped (I asked her before the interview as well), she said it's just like iRacing--you don't really feel it, but you know it happened.
The instructor I had mentioned, Brian Glass, is an iRacer himself.
What even added to this experience is that Chase Briscoe, his fiancèe, Marissa, and some family and friends of theirs showed up. I really loved to hear from Chase that the way these cars handle is very similar to the cars he drives in NASCAR, with the exception of their cars being more explosive without a power limit, and their setups being looser to build more speed into it.
Seat Time is the most authentic racing experience a NASCAR fan can try. The ORIGINAL and the BEST--and playing host to many NASCAR drivers over the years--this school has the fastest cars, least rules, and even the lowest prices out there. Be sure to book 8 Superspeedway laps (Kentucky, Charlotte, and Atlanta) for $189, and add more laps at the track for a significantly lower price.
They don't include leaving the pits and entering the pits as a lap.
Tell them I sent ya, so we know these videos are working.
I'd also like to shout out to everyone I met at the track, even though only a handful were in the final video.
Thank you for your time. At every event, we've met at least two people who know me from YouTube. Let's keep it up and see more of y'all out there!
(704) 998-1957 to call Walt directly, and let him know you heard about Seat Time from me.