SimCraft announces sponsorship of JLowe Racing's #64 Porsche

Partnership with JLowe Racing highlights link to simulation technology

Marietta, GA (July 6, 2009) -- The SimCraft brand will sponsor the #64 JLowe Racing's Porsche GT3 in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series. The #64 car unveiled the sponsorship during the July 4, 2009 Burmos Porsche 250 at the Daytona International Speedway. The team of Jim Lowe, Jim Pace and Johannes van Overbeek ran a good race on Saturday and finished 8th in the GT class.

“We are very excited to expand our involvement with the Grand-Am Rolex Series, and particularly with JLowe Racing,” said Sean MacDonald, co-founder & Chief Technology Officer for SimCraft. “Partnering with this team of dedicated and knowledgeable drivers is another example of our commitment to better racing through cutting edge simulation technology.”

About SimCraft's Full Motion Racing Simulators

SimCraft's core innovation and technology is the simulation of vehicle movement. The company's proprietary software and patented hardware provide realistic motion for racing simulation with zero latency™ from controls in to motion out. This high performance system provides an unparalleled virtual environment for drivers to hone their technical skills, experiment with vehicle setups, and imprint track layouts with motion cueing.

The SimCraft motion simulator interfaces with racing simulations as well as custom applications for military vehicle training and commercial integrations.

SimCraft is a member company of the Advanced Technology Development Center and is located just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.

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SimCraft Corporation
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SimCraft sponsor JLowe Racing #64 Porsche
SimCraft sponsors the JLowe Racing #64 Porsche
SimCraft sponsor JLowe Racing #64 Porsche
Partnership highlights simulation technology
SimCraft sponsor JLowe Racing #64 Porsche