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Finnish Addition To CoRe

CoRe SimRacing is proud to announce their latest addition to the team!

The latest addition to CoRe SimRacing is a 23 years old engineering student who comes from Turku in Finland : Oskari Rinne. Oskari will help CoRe SimRacing in their upcoming leagues and series – he has proven his talent with impressive results in GT3 racing and most recently in the Bathurst 12h and 24h of Daytona. His main focus will remain in GT3 cars and the qualifying for the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup 2022.

Oskari’s first touch with a racing game was Mobil1 Rally Championship that he started playing on a Microsoft Sidewinder racing wheel when he was 4 years old. His first sim racing experience was Live for Speed which he joined in 2011. After a longer break from sim racing in general, Oskari decided by the end of 2018 to subscribe to the iRacing service and committed to run in prestigious events around early 2020. Oskari : “I know CoRe SimRacing from my time in Live For Speed and I know that CoRe is the one of the oldest and respected sim racing organizations out there as well as some of their drivers who are some of the best in the world. My goal in the team is to help us to achieve best possible results – while having fun at the same time!”.

Pictures by Kakkela & VCO.

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