The ongoing health crisis has changed life as we know it, in more ways than one— including the cancellation and indefinite suspension of sporting events across the globe. But with the eventual reopening of cities and leniency towards previous restrictions, everyone is learning to live a life in the “new normal”. While team and contact sports may not have the opportunity to return to this new normal, sports like motor racing are thriving through virtual racing. So while athletes and fans of motorsports await the reopening of their favorite races, they can look forward to getting that same excitement and thrill from virtual races.
Ontrack to Online
Virtual racing may not be a new concept, but it has certainly taken a new shape since the new normal of a locked down society. The Philippines premier Motorsports and Automotive Event management, Tuason Racing leads in providing its racers and fans a replicated racing experience through virtual racing.
Using the virtual platform, Tuason Racing recently launched its Race for Frontliners — a series of virtual charity races that aim to raise funds for COVID-19 frontliners, which was created in partnership with Phoenix Pulse Race. With tens of thousands of spectators and over P200,000 raised, the Race for Frontliners proved that there is a space for virtual racing in this new normal.
Contactless/ New Normal Car Events
Tuason Racing will slowly roll out events that will allow enthusiasts to enjoy driving their vehicles safely. This will include activities in the track and consumer event.
“We are rolling out the future of motorsports in the country, with technology and a passionate fanbase, we can continue to provide this racing experience” said Tuason Racing founder and CEO JP Tuason.
There may be a lot of uncertainty concerning the future, but consumers can be assured that Tuason Racing is finding ways to adapt in order to provide its customers a renewed racing experience.