“You must always strive to be the best, but you must never believe that you are.”
Evaluate your current performance
Benchmark against your goal
Create a coaching and development plan
Breakdown your coaching plan into milestones
Set targets and timescales
Focus on each milestone at a time
We use our state of the art race simulators with professional controls and software for driver training to evaluate your performance and create a development plan for you to achieve. Virtual Reality adds the next dimension to your coaching, by allowing ultimate realism for racing drivers.
Our steering wheel and dashboard use brushless motors to provide a high level of precision and torque. Allowing you to feel the grip of the tyres beneath you. The carbon dashboard with toggle switches and rotary encoders allows you to easily change car settings from the drivers seat.
The pedal set has gas adjustable settings allowing you to change the stiffness and travel of the pedals. Braking sensitivity can be adjusted to ensure you get the feeling that is right for you. A 90 kg custom made load sensor gives a real feeling.
Our telemetry application is aimed at improving the most important part of the car - you the driver! There are many telemetry programs out there that simply show you lots of complicated looking graphs and numbers. They then leave it up to you to figure out what it all means. Our analyser gives you easy to understand “plain English” explanations on where you are losing and gaining time and advice on how you can improve your driving.
In addition to the various analysis screens, telemetry can show you multiple data traces as well. Laps can be played back in real time, with your position displayed on the track map as you progress round the lap. Not only does the track map display your current position, it can also show the track in three dimensions, allowing you to see the elevation changes around the lap. This is important for determining how to approach the turns. It can also display a throttle and brake overlay, so you can see your throttle and brake usage around the track.
A fundamental part of driving quickly requires accuracy, consistency and to be relaxed in the car. It is vitally important for a driver to achieve these necessary attributes. Training in a simulator environment allows a driver to attain these without the possible stress that driving on a busy track can produce.
Our training room has two pro level simulators set up with an engineer telemetry station that allows intensive 1-2-1 training and analysis. Drive side by side on the same track or mentor from the telemetry station giving real time guidance on where to improve.
Daniel Juncadella Pérez-Sala (Barcelona, 7 May 1991) is a Spanish racing driver. In 2011 reached third position in the Fórmula 3 Euroseries and in the International FIA F3 trophy. In addition he become the first Spanish race driver to win victory in the prestigious Macao Grand Prix F3.1.
Moreover, he was the champion of the F3 Euroseries in 2012, and he managed to be the fourth Spanish racing driver getting in a Scuderia Ferrari car. Currently competes in the German Touring Car Championship, or DTM. Dani is Simtechpro official tester since 2012.
Albert Costa & Balboa (Barcelona, 2 of May 1990) is a Catalan racing driver with engines near him since he was a child. In 2007 he starts professional driving joining British F3 National Class, the Raikkonen Team, in 2008 he started a collaboration with the Epsilon Euskadi Team in the Renault Formula 2.0 WEC reaching the fifth position and in the same year he drove in the Renault Formula 2.0 Eurocup reaching the octave position in his debut year. The next year he took part in the same competition and he became champion of the two races. In 2009 he was two-time champion of the European Formula Renault 2.0 (Eurocup & WEC). In 2011 Albert took part for the second time in the World Series 3.5cc, reaching the fifth position. Currently he runs for the Blancpain series with the Emily Frey Racing Team with Jaguar and at the same team in the International GT Open with Lexus.
Andy Christian Soucek (14 June 1985, Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish racing driver who was a test driver for Virgin Racing in Formula 1 in the season 2010. Currently he is an official Bentley driver competing in the Blancpain GT series, the M-Sport Team. His father who was a professional driver is from Austria and his mother is spanish but He actually drives as a Spanish racing driver.
Isaac Tutumlu Lopez(born 5 July 1985) is a Spanish racing driver. He currently races in the ADAC GT MASTERS, having formerly raced in the World Touring Car Championship, International GT Open, Porsche Supercup, Daytona 24 Hours and others. Tutumlu began his career racing in the karting championships in Catalonia (Spain). He moved into cars by competing in the Mitjet Series in 2007. In 2008 he won the Catalunya Touring Car Championship. In 2009 he began racing in GTs, competing in five rounds of the Porsche Supercup as well as starting International GT Open and Spanish GT Championship races. At the start of 2011 he entered the Superstars Series in a BMW M3 for the Spanish team Campos Racing. However, he would only participate in the first three rounds of the season. Later in the year he returned to the Porsche Supercup. In 2015 he was confirmed as a driver in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe. Isaac didn’t race in the first weekend of the year at Monza and started his season in Silverstone driving for Leipert Motorsport. He’s team-mate is the Austrian Gerhard Tweraser.