LMP3 Driver Matt Dicken takes his SimCraft seat time, turns it into top 5 at Sebring – How do you properly prepare for a run at Sebring with all the bumps and extreme scenarios at the historic airport turned permanent racing circuit?
With a SimCraft APEX4 GTS, of course. Being able to feel all of the cracks, seams, bumps, and curbing in his APEX4 GTS, Matt Dicken has taken his unlimited seat time scenario at home into an unbelieveable drive at Sebring. This track can be especially surprising if you’re not prepared. However, Matt has immediately seen the benefits of the SimCraft technology by working with coach and co-driver Corey Lewis to drive countless hours around the circuit, analyze replays, telemetry and data, and even to get into virtual lead follow sessions.
In 2017, Matt had an average finish of 11th place over the span of the Prototype Challenge schedule. In only having his SimCraft APEX4GTS for 3 weeks, the immediate benefits are already showing with his most recent top 5 result at Sebring.