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An IMSA Driver Crashed So Hard On iRacing He Actually Rolled His Sim Rig
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2020-04-14 09:22:23
Dan Thorn
Jordan Taylor had such a big accident during an iRacing event that a part on his full-motion sim rig failed and caused it to tip over
An IMSA Driver Crashed So Hard On iRacing He Actually Rolled His Sim Rig

An IMSA Driver Crashed So Hard On iRacing He Actually Rolled His Sim Rig

Jordan Taylor had such a big accident during an iRacing event that a part on his full-motion sim rig failed and caused it to tip over

One of the funniest guys in motorsport, Taylor (or Rodney Sandstorm, to give him his proper name) has had a ton of success in sportscar racing in America. Like everyone else, he’s now turning his attention to sim racing, making great use of a full-motion rig. Having the seat actually move around brings an added level of realism although in this case, probably a bit too much realism.

Driving around the Monza Oval in a Nascar on iRacing (an event which grabbed headlines for an less light-hearted reason), Taylor found himself heading towards the wall at high speed in a crash which was so violent that something on his rig actually broke, causing it to tip onto its side.

The question is: does that make Taylor the first person to actually roll over in a sim?