Time to Build
It's been a while and I can't get this idea out of my head. And that's it. It's gonna happen.
How cool would it be to have our own personal digital technical team to help improve performance as a sim racer? To have a platform to handle all data available in an intelligent way for everyone involved? Something with superpowers. Something seamless. Something efficient. Something beautiful. That’s quite a tall order and no wonder no one has crafted it yet.
Sim racing has a great community around it. So much so that flashes of the 90s have repopulated my head here and there. Back then, I was a geek ecstatically building my own home Linux server for the first time. The community was outstanding. It's been a while. Sim racing is in its beginnings now. And there are lots to build. We shall all be part of it. Shaping the future. Making cool stuff happen in the community. To the community.
If you're reading this, in all likelihood, you're a fan of simulators. It's all about understanding the world and recreating reality and all its complexities. That's technology at its core. Engineering is fascinating. Engineering is learning. And learning is living.
We're doing it. We're calling it Fidgrove. Lap engineering to achieve more. Join us to shape the future and bootstrap the idea from scratch. We're building a team to work remotely from anywhere in Europe. Drop us a message if you’re interested 🙂
Aiming at having something quickly available as a test bed platform. We're committed to build on it for the next few years.
— Ricardo Diz, Founder of Fidgrove