Virtual Talk Focusing on Sim Racing

Buckeye Chapter

Virtual Talk Focusing on Sim Racing

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Click here for the Video Recording of the Virtual Talk Session

Hello from the Columbus area! We had a great turnout from our first virtual tech talk with Gary so we wanted to keep building on it with a talk about sim racing and how to join your fellow Buckeyes in some online racing!

We will be holding this virtual talk on Wednesday, May 13th at 7:30pm on Zoom (connection information below.)

Mark Arnold, Columbus area member, will be presenting a Talk on sim racing. Mark is a lifelong gamer, so-so driver, and project enthusiast which makes him a big fan of building sim racing rigs and custom computers to run them.

Since this is a rather popular topic there will be several guest speakers during this talk, if you would like to be a guest speaker on this topic, email us at and we will get you added.

Topics to be covered:

  • What is sim racing
  • What is online racing like
  • What is the most economical way to get into sim racing
  • What kind of options exist if you want to take it to the next level
Connection Information Meeting ID: 969 260 8131
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Meeting ID: 969 260 8131
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Find your local number: Connection Instructions
Note that you will need to create a free zoom account to enter the meeting. If you’ve never used zoom before, please expect to spend 5 minutes setting up your account and installing the optional zoom client. You can also run it directly from your web browser. If you think you may run into issues, please email us at and we can help you connect. More information about creating accounts here: Asking Questions
Because of the potential size of the talk, we will be muting everyone on entry. Asking questions is highly encouraged and there are two easy ways to do this. You can ask a question in the chat section in zoom, or click the participants button, and use the ‘raise hand’ button to request to speak. One of the talk moderators will handle the questions in the order they are received.

Stay safe and we hope everyone will be able to join us!