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FSR 1992 Series Summary

James Sadler

GhostSpeed Racing Manager
After another exciting series of Formula SimRacing draws to a close, Belgium will host the final round of the 1992 championship. With Kris Kobb hosting the series, the mod being an exciting twist for the drivers, it has delivered to be an exciting championship for both driving and broadcasting alike. It’s definitely shown that drivers in this championship are competitive against regular FSR drivers, so perhaps it’s something for team bosses to consider going into the 2015 season.

One man who took the championship at round 3 and has won 3 races out of 4, Kuba Brzezinski, stunned everyone in the Pro series and has done the same in this 1992 series. He has done a fantastic job after joining FSR towards the end of the 2014 season, with pole positions, race wins it will be exciting to see what he can do in the WC with Origin SimRacing for 2015. Next looking to the current 2nd driver in the championship, German driver Michi Hoyer, who took victory at the Hungaroring. He finally managed to stop Kuba’s winning streak, picked the right strategy and did it in a dominant fashion. It was a fantastic result for him and now driving for Avid Chronic Racing, he is definitely impressing his new team boss, Kris Kobb. Now looking to the third driver in the championship being WC veteran driver John-Eric Saxen, who is currently third in the championship. After taking two podiums in the championship and facing some strong opposition, Saxen has also done a nice job and he will now look to the 2015 season for hopefully a strong season in WC. Furthermore it’s nice to see some new drivers in FSR that will hopefully join for 2015. Two people who have definitely shown that they could be in contention to be good competitors in FSR for 2015 is Yoichi Uehara and Tom Kapusta. Definitely they have been nice surprises for the series with Kapusta on 4 points and Uehara on 1 point respectively. We now look to the final round at Spa, which will hopefully see some new faces for the final round and provide some exciting racing in this 1992 series.

On a side note it has been a nice, fun series to commentate on and I would like to thank Kris for hosting the series, Jaakko and Sam for giving up their time to broadcast the races and Jonny for doing commentary alongside me.

Good luck to everyone for the final round of the 1992 series and hopefully 2015 brings a good year of racing in FSR.