On this page you can get to know us a little better. We are Roy, Robert and Wayne and the 3 of us are SimRaceBlog. Roy started SimRaceBlog in 2019 and was at that time a lot active in rFactor 2 and F1 2018/2019. Via Tweakers we came into contact with each other because there was a need for an F1 2019 league. With some other friends we started the Tweakers F1 PC League. Robert and Wayne occasionally helped Roy with the website and this collaboration has continued to grow.
Roy is founder of SimRaceBlog, reviewer and editor. He is active in open-wheel classes in rFactor 2 (F3) and F1 2020 and GT3 in Assetto Corsa Competizione. Since he is quite busy writing content, maintaining the website and organizing the Tweakers F1 PC League, his focus is currently mainly on F1 2020 and Assetto Corsa Competizione.
His current setup consists of a Sim-Lab P1-X in anodised black with accompanying Sim-Lab Triple monitor stand and 3x an AOC C27G1 monitor mounted on it. As seat he uses a custom Lynx Motorsport Bucket Seat LCD Pro Drift mounted with the matching brackets from Lynx Motorsport.
His gear consists of a Fanatec Podium Racing Wheel F1. In addition, he has various steering wheels at his disposal from, among others, Fanatec, Turn Racing, Simplace and Cube Controls. As pedals he uses the 2-pedal set Heusinkveld Sim Pedals Sprint.
Gigabyte Aorus B550 Elite V2, AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, be quiet! Pure Rock 2 Zwart, Radeon 6900XT, Crucial Ballistix 32GB DDR4 PC3600, Phanteks Eclipse P400A Digital Black, MSI MPG A750GF, Kingston A2000 1TB, Kingston A2000 500GB, Logitech Wireless Touch K400, Corsair HS70 Pro, Elgato Streamdeck
Robert van Huizen
Robert started as an editor at SimRaceBlog, he reads texts and reviews and improves them linguistically before they are published. He has since started working as a reviewer and editor. Furthermore, Robert is a photographer, he takes care of small graphic expressions. Robert organizes and hosts the Tweakers F1 PC League and thus drives the most in F1 2020. In addition, he sporadically drives GT3 in Assetto Corsa Competizione and Formula Hybrid 2021 in Assetto Corsa.
Robert’s setup consists of a FormulaSimRigs FXU in black powder coating, finished with red brackets and caster wheels. The bucket seat in this setup is the standard size RCC-MK8-1S, finished with protective LineX coating. On the aluminum rig is the Attached Monitor Mount with an LG 29WP500-B 29″ Ultrawide monitor.
Robert is currently driving the Fanatec CSL DD Wheel Base, equipped with Boost Kit 180, which includes the Fanatec Clubsport F1 2020 Limited Edition steering wheel and Fanatec CSL pedals.
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, MSI B450M Mortar Max, Club3D Radeon R9 280X RoyalKing, Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB DDR4 PC3200, Corsair RM550x 2018, Corsair Force MP510 960GB, Fractal Design Meshify C Mini
Wayne is a reviewer and editor for SimRaceBlog. Besides the fact that he can regularly be found on the track as a data engineer, he can be found behind the wheel digitally. Despite his great love for all kinds of Formula cars, Wayne participates in various classes in Assetto Corsa and rF2.
Wayne’s setup consists of the FXU of Formula Sim Rigs with the accompanying monitor stand. This is equipped with 1 AOC CU34G2/BK 144Hz curved widescreen monitor.
The FXU currently has the standard CSL Elite pedals mounted in combination with the CSL Elite v1.1 wheelbase. In combination with his current rig, it is almost impossible to find a Formula steering wheel on the wheelbase. Namely the limited edition Clubsport Steering Wheel F1 2020.
Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Elite, Intel i5-9600K, NVidia GTX 950 (FML), 16GB DDR.