Nicki Thiim is, currently, an official driver of Aston Martin in the World Endurance Championship (WEC), but has been linked to Porsche for several seasons and always with different variants of the 911.
Thiim began in karting and, although competing in the Formula Ford Danish in 2006, the rest of his career has revolved around cars. In 2007 he played the Supercopa Leon German and the Danish championship of passenger cars with a BMW 320si, going to the Cup Porsche of germany in 2009, winning that same year the 24 hours of Nürburgring in his class with a Volkswagen Scirocco.
In 2013 he won the Porsche Supercup and he had his first contact with Aston Martin in the endurance world, replacing the late Allan Simonsen in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. She has also participated in the ADAC Masters with Audi and, from 2016, is an official driver of Aston Martin in the WEC, taking part along with Marco Sorensen with a Vantage of the category GTE-PRO.
In the following video, Thiim shows us how to get the most advantage as possible from the 911 GT3 Cup recently presented in iRacing and that has caused a sensation among the usual driving simulator. In addition to a few turns guided to the mythical circuit German, Thiim comment on some of the parameters that define the car set-up, always with your style fresh and cheerful.