- Driver 61 to offer innovative Hotlap driver training solution for all platforms
- Sim Racers from around the world can compare data and improve their skills through an app
- Beta sign-ups will stand a chance to win exclusive prizes : Register here https://bit.ly/2IqlN49
Next Level Racing is excited to see new technologies being introduced into the world of sim racing, with partners Driver 61 bringing top-tier coaching from real race tracks into the virtual world. As simulators become more crucial to teams and drivers in pursuit of the ultimate lap-times, Driver 61 has launched Hotlaps – an app that provides in-depth professional motorsport data analytics and training for all sim racers across all platforms (PC, PS4, XBOX).
Through the installation of the Driver 61 Hotlaps app on your computer, drivers are able to directly compare their brake, throttle, racing line, steering, etc to the fastest laps in the world. They can see exactly what they are doing differently from top drivers and find improvements and their next steps at their own pace. Drivers can easily see if they are braking too early, off the racing line, in the wrong gear, and even adapt their braking profile to match the best drivers in the world.
The Hoplaps beta is available now for free, and sign-ups through the link https://bit.ly/2IqlN49 will stand a chance to win a Next Level Racing GT-Lite, as well as 1 hour of One-on-One Coaching with a Driver 61 instructor. Drivers have to complete 15 laps on 3 different tracks to be eligible for this contest in the Hotlaps beta.
Scott Mansell | Driver 61
“I see Hotlaps as the beginning of something much bigger for Driver 61. I think we can really leverage technology to take motorsport training to the next level and the Hotlaps team and platform is the perfect place for us to start.”
Bjorn Kaiser | Hotlaps Founder
“I’m really excited to work with Driver61 and get our tools out to more and more drivers. Scott and the Driver61 team bring a lot of coaching and training experience that can help drivers get the most of their data.”