Preeminent sim racing personality Jimmy Broadbent has once again joined forces with equipment manufacturer MOZA Racing.
MOZA Racing insignia will adorn Jimmy Broadbent’s racewear throughout the upcoming racing season as the two parties align once more.
Assisting Broadbent’s real-world racing ambitions, last season MOZA Racing featured on the YouTuber and racing driver’s crash helmet – competing primarily in a Nürburgring Nordschleife endurance series, resulting in an inaugural class podium.
Broadbent took fans along for the ride with a series of video race reports across 2023. He’s set to continue his motorsport journey throughout 2024, with the programme to be announced later.
MOZA will also continue to support Jimmy’s sim racing content creation, extending a partnership first forged last April.
“I’m really excited to be continuing my partnership with MOZA in 2024 and look forward to its support across my sim and real-life racing content again this year,” says Broadbent
“Being able to work with a brand that is as invested as I am in showing how sim racing is applicable to the real world is something I value a lot and I look forward to working alongside the MOZA team to continue working towards our shared goals.”
The extended partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to innovation and an unwavering passion for motorsport. The aim is to elevate sim racing by continually pushing boundaries and providing fans with unparalleled experiences.
MOZA, meanwhile, is set to launch further sim racing products this year, following the recent announcement of an updated R16/R21 wheel base alongside an expected truck sim wheel and sequential shifter.