Partners & Sponsors

VSCA is proud to affiliate itself with and represent its partners and sponsors. From series title sponsorship through sponsoring specific awards or race events, VSCA offers a wide range of sponsorship opportunities. Furthermore, VSCA relies on strong relationships with its technical and service partners to provide league members, teams and fans the best possible experience in and off the race track.

For inquiries on potential partnerships, please contact send an email to [email protected]

Sponsor of the VSCA VR7UAL Pole Award

VR7UAL is an edtech startup revolutionizing the training industry. Looking to advance the world using technology, the company believes there is no limit to what the brain can learn if given the right tools and the right environment.

VR7UAL modernizes training by using technology and simulation to leverage training that can be used in muscle regeneration, rehabilitation of motor skills and allows people the ability to re-learn debilitating movements without fear of further injury.

VR7UAL was built from the idea of bringing a simulation and technology market to Eastern Ontario.


vSports (VR7UAL eSports) was built from VR7UAL when the company decided to move into the gaming world, including sim racing, organizing a variety of racing series and leagues such as the Mazda MX-5 League that is designed to be as community friendly as possible, featuring all free content and the GT3 League that is much more competitive, featuring all of the best content iRacing has to offer.

Apex Racing TV
Apex Racing TV
Broadcasting Partner of VSCA

Racing is the passion of Apex Racing TV, both doing and watching. Sim racing is every bit as competitive as real racing and deserves the right type of coverage. Apex Racing TV has aired sim racing broadcasts for over 10 years across all platforms. It’s the broadcast provider's passion to drive sim racing forward in the eSports arena.

Sim Racing Broadcasts

All streams are broadcast on the Apex Racing TV YouTube channel at 1440P HD 60FPS with the ability to stream mulitiple series live simultaneously! YouTube has historically been Apex Racing TV's main streaming platform with 14,000 subscribers as of June 2022 growing by around 200 subscribers every month! The broadcast crew will always have a minimum of 2 commentators and Apex Racing TV will endeavour to keep the same team through the entire season. Every customer will have use of the Apex Racing TV Discord server for any pre/post race interviews and the broadcast provider will promote all streams through their website and social media pages.

Restream Service

As well as broadcasting races on their YouTube channel, Apex Racing TV are also able to simultaneously stream to multiple platforms with the Silver, Gold and Endurance packages. Ideal if leagues want the broadcast on their own social channels as well!

Joel Real Timing (JRT)
Joel Real Timing (JRT)
Provider of Live Timing & Scoring

JRT is an application for iRacing. It's not just a simple timing & scoring solution but can be used in-race in a variety of ways, also to help with strategy and comptitive analytics. JRT also works with replays, which could also be useful to overlays on videos after a race or to comment races after the event.

Real-Time Timing/Scoring

First, JRT is a live timing and scoring software, that works in real-time. Many other timing solutions update only once per lap. Not with JRT! JRT updates data several times per second, giving competitors a significant advantage!

Delta Graphic

This graphic is useful to know in one quick glance, the competitor's own relative pace in comparison to other drivers they are battling with. No more need to look and memorize the gap you see in the iRacing box, that is not accurate anyway. Additionally, JRT allows the comptitor to look beyond this in the timing table and find drivers that could potentially struggle.

Calculator and Trackmap

The calculator is a more classical feature linked to the trackmap - a real-time visual representation of the race track displaying the position of all cars on track. This feature allows the competitor to display a ghost car that will give them the location they'll have after the next pit stop. This is calculated with the fuel required and the tires changes or not. This gives the user the chance to anticipate and know if they will be stuck in traffic after the pit stop. The Trackmap can be also be displayed as a temporary overlay over the timing/scoring table by pressing a cuztomizable button, if the user has no secondary screen available.


The dashboard contains all the information and data that can be useful for the driver while racing, essentially to be used as a custom-made in-car dashboard display. The dashboard can (but is not limited to) display the following data:

  • best and last lap time of other drivers
  • gaps in real time
  • deltas with the best and the last lap
  • overall position and class position
  • intelligent shift indicator
  • flags displayed via the shift indicator
  • calculator
  • weather information

Button Box

This is a virtual button box that is recognized as real device using vJoy drivers, allowing sim racers to have a virtual button box, eliminating the need to buy an expensive hardware button box.

Logging Files

Laptimes and fuel consumption data is stored in csv files which may be used to analyze past sessions.

Events and Replay Control

JRT is capable of displaying interesting events in any session such as lead changes, driver swaps, incidents, pit stops, etc. Additionally JRT also can be used to access the iRacing sim's replay controls.

Photo Mode with Motion Blur

To create ultra-realistic motion-blur screenshots in iRacing, JRT and its photo mode can be used. This will create pictures of the highest quality, much better than the native motion blur provided by the iRacing sim.


JRT has been tested on Windows 7, 8 and 10 successfully in 64-bit version where iRacing is installed, and using Firefox, Chrome or Safari browsers. The Timing can be read on any tablet, smartphone or computer connected on the local network using one of the browsers cited earlier. It's not working with Internet Explorer.

JRT may not work on old tablets if the browser can't be updated with a recent version.

It's not working on 32-bit operating systems.

Track Cams for Gourmets
Track Cams for Gourmets
Provider of high-quality iRacing Car and Track Cameras

Track Cams for Gourmets are a service created by Istvan, who customizes iRacing car and track cameras since 2012.

Through everyone can find information about how a customized camera package can take the iRacing spectator experience to the next level. There are several different packages available focused on road, oval and dirt racing.

VSCA utilizes Track Cams for Gourmets for all its self-produced live streams on YouTube.

Racing Simulation used for all VSCA Events

iRacing is the leading sim racing game for your PC. Developed as a centralized racing and competition service, iRacing organizes, hosts and officiates online racing on virtual tracks all around the world. In the fast-paced world of eSports, iRacing is a one-stop-shop for online racing.

iRacing utilizes the latest technologies to recreate our ever-expanding lineup of famed race cars and tracks from the comfort of your home. Simulate what a professional NASCAR driver experiences inside the seat of a stock car, or a Grand Prix driver sees over the dash. All of the details add up to a lineup of cars and tracks that are virtually indistinguishable from the real thing. This creates unmatched immersion when sim racers take the green flag in the online racing simulator. Although iRacing is an online racing simulator at heart, the value as a training tool is just as real. The best sim racers in the world compete on iRacing and you can watch the race broadcasts live on the iRacing eSports Network.

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