The Solidarity e-Race Meet & Greet Evening was held on Tuesday, 17th November 2020 at the Afrihost Head Office. It was a chance for the organisers, the sponsors, the SIM racers and the broadcasters to get together.
During the lockdown period Solidarity e-Race has been actively involved in raising funds for the Solidarity Fund by creating various instalments of the SER, Solidarity e-Race.
The most recent and 5th instalment of the franchise was the CoCre8 Solidarity e-Race: British High Tea and took place from the 19th – 25th October 2020.
Solidarity e-Race is a high impact E-Sports motor racing competition, promoting the sim racing gaming community.
The sponsors of the different instalments of the races were Afrihost, CoCre8, Data Sciences Corporation, NEC and Pure Storage. Afrihost is a South African Internet Service Provider and tells the story of how ordinary people with extraordinary vision come together to build a company free of corporate shackles.
CoCre8 Technology Solutions describes itself as connecting potential to infinite possibility and stand out from the crowd by being savvy and dependable.
Data Sciences Corporation provides South Africa’s top organisations with innovative solutions and services that would effectively optimise their customers IT infrastructures.
NEC Corporation is a Japanese multinational information technology and electronics company, headquartered in Minato, Tokyo.
Pure Storage develops all-flash data storage hardware and software products.
The broadcasters were Greg Moloney a broadcaster, who for 21 years, has cemented himself into SA Motorsport and Motoring domains as the Voice of Choice for all LIVE Events, TV, Radio & Social Media. Sasha Martinengo was born to be successful and to be in the spotlight. Proudly Italian with an ancestral racing gene in his blood, he was destined to take South Africa by storm, by becoming one of the faces and voices of Formula One and Motor sport in general. A radio and club DJ; television sports presenter; and MC.