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Looking for a Ride or Seat Time!!!!!

Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by Michael Paramore, Oct 20, 2013.

  1. Im 17 years old and im looking for a ride or more seat time. I really want to be a race car driver and Im just looking for a ride. I have been told by pro drivers I have a huge amount of passion for the sport and by other drivers who say Im really fast and have a lot of skill. Im just looking for any chance, I live in Tampa florida and can travel all over florida to drive you can contact me via email Tarponboy95Racing@gmail.com
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  2. Kevin Ascher

    Kevin Ascher
    #47 Roaring Pipes Maniacs

    Everybody here wants to be a race car driver :ninja:
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  3. Bram

    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Member Premium Member

    Bring me a 2 million budget and i'll get you a ride (and one for Kevin) :)
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  4. Hey, while this is going, I'm 'only' 27, I have no on-track racing experience, but I believe I can beat Vettel within 10 months... :whistling:

    But in all seriousness, all simracers deserve a chance, but almost none get one, so I hope you can get one. So go for it, takes some balls to make a post like this.

    I'll remember your name, just in case.
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  5. Bram

    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Member Premium Member

    Most sim racers overrate their driving skills. Playing a game (sorry it still is) doesn't automatically make you a good racing driver. So no not all simracers deserve a chance imo. Majority of them don't at least :)
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  6. Rui F. Martins

    Rui F. Martins
    Premium Member

    i Agree with Dewald, you never know who is on the forum, maybe you will get lucky and someone who is whilling to give you a seat in any form of motorsport sets forward and gives you a chance, good luck with it :thumbsup:
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  7. Remember, the first rule of selling yourself to a team is to tell the team/sponsor what you can give them, not what you want from them.