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Race Wraps

Nathan Huppatz and Josh Burdon jumped into their BMW M8 GTE cars at Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans for Round 4 of the AMF GT Series.

Josh managed to put his car on pole with Nathan on the second row in 4th.  With Josh controlling the rolling start, he managed to get a slight jump on the field and cleanly cross the start finish line to start the race.  Over the first few laps, the top 4 would pull a slight gap and change positions on most of the straights.  A few errors by other


We're counting down the hours until the 2019 iRacing Bathurst 12 Hour!

With driver pairings and setups finalized our three teams look like this;

Fusion SimRacing - AWS AMG #347
Trent Thomas
Joshua Burdon
Alex Bird

Fusion SimRacing - AWS AMG #28
Colin Schwecke
Tim Schwecke
Craig Edwards



Round 1 of Season 5 found 7 drivers from Fusion SimRacing take on a very competitive field at the Nürburgring on the Grand-Prix-Strecke layout. All 7 drivers made it into the top split with Alex Bird, Trent Thomas and Craig Edwards representing the Elite class, Scott Stephens, Scott Goodman and Heath Brennan in the Pro class and Brock Cremer rocking it in Amateur.

Alex took his Ferrari out onto the


Round 10 of the V8Scops championship and the teams headed to Autodromo Nazionale Monza, in what saw an influx of FSR’s drivers hit the pre-qualifying nights and make it through to split two race. Spearheading the pre-qualifying results was Warren Pickering starting out of 8th, with Josh Burdon in 11th and Daryl Carter on debut with the team round out in 14th.


Round three saw the Oceanic Endurance Championship travel Imola for another six hour teams enduro.  The #54 car was piloted by Tim and Colin Schwecke who put in a lot of time working on the setup and managed to make the Audi great on low fuel and fresh tires. Their setup really gave them confidence and allowed them to lean on the car. This resulted in the first pole position for the #54 in OEC.

Tim lead


My name is Brock and I have used almost every excuse you can think of not to jump online and race in a sport I love. Recently I committed to racing in the Oceanic Endurance Series as a way to force myself to get back behind the wheel after a bit of a hiatus. This post isn't going to be your usual race report post as I intend to talk about the stress of getting back behind the wheel in a multi-class endurance race after an extended time off. I hope you enjoy a this different look at what


Round 3 of the OSR - VRS / CPR V8 Development Series saw Trent Thomas returning to the V8 after a successful hit out last week.  Sebring International Raceway is a favourite track for the Fusion SimRacing driver and he was looking forward to the 18 lap race in his Amazon Web Services Ford Falcon FG V8.

FSR Driver Warren Pickering crowned champion In the 5th running of the Australian AllStar Shootout. 

FSR Drivers Blake Neck and Warren Pickering represented Fusion SimRacing in the AllStar invitational event which pitted 20 drivers from 10 of the best Australian sim racing teams against one another in an elimination style


Two Fusion SimRacing drivers have decided to sweep out the cobwebs from their V8 rides and compete in Season 21 of the OSR - VRS / CPR V8 Development Series. Our drivers missed the first round of this fixed setup series so Round 2 at Watkins Glen was their first hit out. Not expecting any level of success upon joining the series, Trent Thomas and Warren Pickering were quite surprised when Thomas took pole and


Sunday night was the final round of season 2 for the CM Security AMF Development GT3 series.  With the overall and Pro class title already wrapped up last week by Fusion SimRacing driver Trent Thomas, it was still all to play for in the Amateur and Rookie classes as the drivers set out to take on the mother of all Aussie tracks:


Three Fusion SimRacing drivers took part in round 3 at Silverstone of the GT-Leagues Australia run Oceanic Sprint Championship broadcast by V8sonline. One word would describe qualifying for drivers Craig Edwards and Blake Neck in their Amazon Web Services Audi GT3’s, “Dominating”. Edwards with a 1:42.509 time, 5 tenths clear of 3rd place and Neck’s 1:42.623 some 4 tenths clear. Trent Thomas was the third driver,


Round 8 of the AMF GT3 Development series took place on Sunday Night at Oulton Park, with all competing FSR drivers making it to the top split in Qualifying. Only a storming mic-drop lap from RPR’s Wayne Hewitt could stop the FSR train in qualifying with Trent, Alex, Warren, and Craig securing 2nd-5th place. Andy headed the AM field in 11th, and Brock qualified for the top split in 21st position, not


Sunday night saw us hit the track for round 3 of the CM Security - AMF GT3 Development Series at the famous Nurburgring Grand-Prix-Strecke on the BES/WEC layout.  4 of our drivers took part in the race and all qualified well filling 1st, 3rd, 4th and 13th on the grid.  Trent Thomas, Andrew Gaines, Warren Pickering and Brock Cremer as


This weekend's iRacing 24 Hours of Daytona marked the first big event for Fusion SimRacing in our new Amazon Web Services colour scheme, and with our compatriots - Evolution Racing Team, Performance Sim Sports, Pro Force Racing, TTL eSports, All Star Motorsports and Synergy Sim Racing among many others - the Australian representation at this year's race was incredible, and we were all looking to make our



Oceanic Racing's second round of the OEC was one that the team went into optimistic of their chances. Every car had pace coming into the round at Indianapolis. However, despite our HPDs qualifying 2nd and 3rd, and Alex Bird


Weekend Race Wrap:

The first round of the Oceanic Racing Endurance series kicked off on Sunday with 6 hours of Monza. Fielding 4 cars (2x HPD, 1x GTE and 1x GT3) It ended with a bag of mixed results and feelings.
A great result



What a weekend it was and here is the wrap from the teams outings.

V8 Supercar Online Premier Series and the Endurance Series kicked off at sunny Philip Island Raceway. The #9 Ford Falcon piloted by Will Dodd and Josh



What a weekend it was, great rewards for the team. Sunday was race day and it brought rewards. Will and Josh both making it through V8 Supercar Online Premier Series pre-qualifying for Sundays race at Okayama. Steady and



The weekend saw the team competing in a couple of championships and finished up with a few unexpected results.
The team had Will Dodd flying the flag in the V8 Supercar Online Premier Series round at Watkins



While most of the team has taken a year off from the V8SC and concentrating on other championships, series and cars, one man stands tall in continuing his progress in the V8 Supercar Online Premier Series.

Will Dodd is



Awesome night of racing in the AllStar Shootout 2. Hosted by Clint Smith the racing was epic, good close battles and 1 Team and 1 Driver announced as the AllStar.

Our guys (Rhys and Matthew) did a fantastic job, but just couldn't get the points haul to move through to the drivers Finals. Fusion SimRacing finishing up in 7th position.

Congratulations go to ...


In what was a bizarre event that saw the use of two servers, the team were to restart a new race from where they left off in the 1st sever, it basically became a new race over just under 8 hours.

That didn't stop the team from letting go of its goals and after another win tonight, Its now 3 in a row for the 145 Fusion SimRacing HPD at round 4 of the ESCC Endurance Championship. 3 wins from the last 3 start, a phenomenal effort from all the team and drivers in



Back to back results for the team on the weekend. With Round 3 of the ESCC Endurance series heading to the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit for 10 hours of racing.

The team had been working hard all week, some long



A tough weekend for the team, stretched for man power, but we fought on like warriors and got some outstanding results.

What was a tough weekend for the team, sure brought us all closer together as we worked with what we had to put some serious silverware in the trophy cabinet. The team was stretched pretty hard over the weekend for man power, drivers off doing real world racing, recovering from surgery, commitments to commentary to name a few. ...

A strong result in the first round of the Selby Endurance Sports Car Championship!

After a long and difficult ten hours of racing, FSR's three cars came home in some great positions. The #145 HPD ARX-01c finished P2 in Class 1 after fighting for the lead all race, overcoming incidents which put them up to a lap down at one point. Shrewd planning of fuel strategy meant that #145 could recover. Congratulations to Dynamic Sim Racing Motorsports on taking the



#147 brings home a great result for the team in the TorqueInc Bathurst 12 hour. Craig, Josh and Kurt drove fantastically, keeping to their own race plan & strategy, keeping it off the


Big weekend for the team - Bigger result today.

The weekend we had drivers head in two directions, some to ViR and some to Le Mans and some even to both. We launched into the weekend at ViR with the final round of the V8 Supercar Online Premier



In what has turned out to be one of the most incredible V8 Supercar Online Premier Series Bathurst 1000 races so far, it has concluded, with Fusion SimRacing on the podium!

The team was not overly feeling confident in the lead up to the biggest race of the year, issues with setup for the track dominating the conversation. But once the flag dropped, so did the hammer.

The #93 of Lord and Connors had a great qualifying make it into the



Round 11 of the V8 Supercar Online Premier Series came to a close yesterday, the first round of the endurance season. While we reflect on the race, the finishing positions were not what we were after, but that's racing.

However the team has positives to take away from Sunday Phillip Island 500. Speed, Speed, Speed!!! Those were the words spoken by all drivers across the FSR teams. We are sure we can convert that speed to the next round. The boys and



As the team looks back over the weekends racing, we all agreed it had one common theme, we learned!!! A good start saw Josh Burdon in split 2 of V8 Supercar Online Premier Series take out another podium position finishing behind TTR's Stephen Clark.

For the main split, it was a race of could have been. Will Dodd suffering



Burdon / Shepherd have shown their domination of C7 Corvette Class with a win and outright win. Getting back to fighting for a podium after some computer failures, the boys fought back with some very quick lap times, strategy and patient driving. Negotiating traffic and maintaining great speed was key along with clean passing.



In today's Australian Endurance Championship Monza 4 Hour race, Rhys Gardiner and Kurt Stenberg took to the track in the #100 machine, while Josh Burdon and Craig Edwards piloted the


The Australian Endurance Championship 12 hours of Sebring is done and dusted, and after a long hard day of racing, there have been fortunes on either end of the scale for Fusion SimRacing.

The #100 FSR HPD battled hard

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