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Daniel Abt responds to sim racing "imposter incident," claims it was a prank gone wrong

Sim racing has already clashed with professional motorsports during its rise as a replacement for live racing events while COVID-19 regulations suspend in-person events. Many of the struggles have come from racers who take their virtual racing responsibilities less seriously than they would when on an actual track. Daniel Abt's ringer controversy is the latest example, and his story is one of the wildest yet.


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Much ado over very little.

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