Interview With Alex Simpson of Apex Racing

Shaun Cole On December 14, 2016
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Alex Simpson is one of the better sim racers out there.  On top of being a great racer he also is the leader of Apex Racing, one of the premiere teams in sim racing.  He is also one of the most helpful people in sim racing, generously sharing setups and helping sim racers get faster by running the Apex Driving Academy.

In this interview Shaun Cole of The Simpit sits down to talk with Alex about sim racing.  They talk about his evolution as a sim racer.  They also talk about Apex Racing and their stable of drivers, including Graham Carroll and Patrik Holzmann, both of which are in contention for the $200,000 Visa Vegas Erace next month.

To check out Apex Racing please visit this site:  Apex Racing UK

To check out Apex Driving Academy please visit this site:  Apex Driving Academy

To check out Apex Racing TV please visit thei site:  Apex Racing TV


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