Trigon Tooling partner with Sim Race SA to announce The SA simGT Consistency Cup

SA simGT Series

Trigon Tooling, the Pretoria-Gauteng based tooling supplier, has partnered with Sim Race South Africa to announce the 2016 Trigon Tooling SA simGT Consistency Cup.

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The Trigon Racing team scored a 1-2 finish at Silverstone this season.

“We as Trigon Tooling supply the world class Seco Tools carbide tooling, and have been doing so for almost 20 years. Seco Tools, a Swedish brand,  has been associated with top motor racing teams for many years. We as Trigon Tooling pride ourselves in delivering great service and a consistent high level of performance. We have identified the Sim Race South Africa hosted SA simGT Series as a consistent high quality product, and that is why we want to associate our company with the championship in order to help grow competitive online simulation racing in the country.” says Technical Sales Representative Peter van Vuuren

In addition to the usual championship trophies, Trigon Tooling will award a trophy to the simulation racing driver with the highest level of consistency accuracy throughout the overall SA simGT Series Drivers’ Championship. The Consistency Cup will work much same way as the Drivers’ Championship, to include the use of two-drop rounds, the main difference being that points will be awarded based on highest lap time consistency percentage.

The current 2016 Trigon Tooling SA simGT Consistency Cup standings reveals Ichor Racing’s Brent Lindsay-Race narrowly leading Trigon Racing’s Gabriel Rossouw and Revlimit Racing’s Jonathan Mogotsi.

The overall standings for the new championship are as follows:

After Round 5 consist– Click on table to zoom –

***Final column reflects total points minus the worst two rounds so far.

About Jason Holden-Jones (385 Articles)
Jason, fueled by his passion for Sim Racing, Motorsport and Entrepreneurship, is working to, not only establish Sim Racing as a major eSport in South Africa, but also to establish sim racing as a grass-roots gateway to 'real world' Motorsport. Jason is the founder and owner of Sim Race South Africa - www.simracesa.co.za. Contact Jason by email: jason@simracesa.co.za

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