It ain’t easy competing in a 24-hour race, which is why CXC Simulations would like to take a moment and say ‘super job’ to every single person that took part in the 52nd running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway.

From drivers to spotters, team owners to team cooks, each person deserves a pat on the back for an epic achievement.

Of particular note, we congratulate those pilots that trained using CXC Simulations’ racing rigs.  To Graham Rahal, Patrick Dempsey, Justin Wilson, AJ Allmendinger, Patrick Long, Ed Brown, Patrick Lindsey, Joel Miller, Alex Gurney and Townsend Bell — everyone enjoyed watching your performance and we hope the CXC Motion Pro II racing simulator assisted in preparing you for the first TUDOR United Sportscar Championship event.  A special ‘tip of the cap’ goes to Townsend who helped Level 5 Motorsports deliver, after some steward discussion, the first in-class win for Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Daytona in more than a decade.

Do yourselves a favor, racing fans, and follow these drivers and teams on Twitter or Facebook, as well as following CXC Simulations.  And we can hardly wait to see what the next exciting event at Sebring, well, brings.