„Atlantis Games e-LARC 2021“ ambassadors
Date of birth: 1997.10.07
Now: participates in the WRC 2 championship driving the Volkswagen Polo GTI R5
Achievements: ERC Junior U28 2018 champion, ERC 2018 1st vice-champion
One of the most famous young rally drivers in the world has been using simulators since 2017. He spends at least a couple of hours at the Richard Burns Rally simulator almost every day. According to Nikolay, the virtual rally simulator is a fantastic tool to keep in shape your rally driving skills in free time.
Date of birth: 1992.06.27
Now: participates in Baltic and European rally events with the Škoda Fabia Rally2 evo
Achievements: 2018 and 2019 champion in LARČ 6 and LARČ 4 classifications, 2019 and 2020 Pirelli prize winner, 1st and 2nd vice-champion in 2WD and LARČ 4 classifications
Simulators are a well-known area for a driver who represents Lithuania’s name in foreign rallies. Vladas says that the most important things in simulators are the ability to drive at maximum speed without the consequences of making a mistake, learn to evaluate your pace and patiently follow it. Rally drivers thinks that virtual rally practices and championships are great place to train your reflexes and try to experiment.
Date of birth: 1990.05.26
Now: participates in LARČ 9 classification with the BMW 328i E36
Achievements: 2017, 2018 and 2020 1st and 2nd vice-champion in BMW Cup and LARČ 7 classifications
Aras, who is in the rally world for more than 10 years, discovered the virtual rally just before the start of the first e-LARC season. Rally driver has not yet missed any of the e-LARC stages and a week before the start of the real rally event he always sits to train behind the wheel of the simulator. He acknowledges that the use of virtual rally simulators saves not only money but also time.