Allen Berg Racing Online Training Program
Over the past decade, the advent of virtual racing by way of sophisticated platforms such as iRacing has gradually evolved and is now gaining mainstream popularity. Use of racing simulators is widely accepted and utilized by drivers and teams at all levels of the sport.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, with racing events and driving programs temporarily suspended, the racing community has adapted by operating an increased number of virtual racing and esports events. Online driving platforms such as iRacing are more popular than ever.
These circumstances are combining to allow creative and capable professionals in the racing community to adapt in order to generate a living during these difficult times.
Allen Berg Racing Schools is temporarily offering personalized, one-to-one online training by its top-level drivers and coaches. Choose any track, any racecar, any platform, and our coaches will assist you in reaching higher levels of performance and improved results in your virtual racing endeavors.
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Meet Our Coaches
Matt Cresci is a lead instructor at Allen Berg Racing Schools. His racing career started with Nissan's GT Academy, where he placed first out of 400,000 participants in a nationwide simulator competition. He proceeded to race touring cars in the real world, eventually landing himself a $100,000 scholarship from Mazda with their Road to 24 program. He is still an active racer, and will be offering online coaching through the iRacing service during the quarantine shutdowns. He will help you drop your lap times, learn offensive and defensive racecraft, and improve consistency.
Phil Denes resides in Carmel, CA, just minutes away from iconic WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, and this geographic coincidence lead to Phil’s ascent as one of the top racers in the world – real and/or virtual. Phil started racing karts in 2012, and by 2017 he was competing with a limited schedule in Indy Pro 2000. He returned to the series in 2019 with 11 top 10 finishes in 13 races. Phil’s also an instructor at ABRS and his goal is the NTT IndyCar series. In sim racing, Phil is both sought out and feared for his prowess on the sim.
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