2022 Enduro Season Closes

The Year’s iRacing Special Event Schedule COncludes at Suzuka. MAD Sim Racing grabs a podium.

MAD Sim Racing Endurance wrapped up the year of iRacing Special Events with two GT3 entries in the 10HRS of Suzuka. Much like 2021, which saw a victory and podium, the team had its fewest cars competing of the season, but with no less resolve. The MSR Mercedes AMG co-piloted by John Jevicky, Bradley Beamon, and Alexis Cote almost had an overall win, and secured a P2 result; fantastic performances by MAD Sim Racing Endurance new-comers Jevicky and Cote. After a podium in 2021, Tyler Beamon, Axel Bijker, and Rob Gregoire returned in the Porsche and overcame a few struggles to a P8, top ten result.

“I think as a whole, MSR really came into our own this year.”

Bruce Perry, MSR Endurance Director

A year in review: taking a look back on the 2022 season, the Endurance Program brought home a total of six wins and eleven podium finishes, including a notable three wins in the Daytona 24. A global core of drivers remained together for another year, and the combined schedule of testing, cooperation, data sharing and analysis, and an unceasing perseverance powered every entry in competition. As with any new season and year, the team will be open to a new class of drivers to mix in, while bringing back proven competitors and MAD Sim Racing veterans who make the team what is has become. The trademark Blue and Yellow livery of 2022 has served its purpose, and the future is calling–Daytona 2023 prep begins today, and we’ll be back. The 2023 MAD Sim Racing Endurance liveries will be revealed on Friday, December 16, at the annual MSR Christmas Party of fun runs and virtual gathering via Discord. Let’s go!

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