Born - Oxford, United Kingdom
Home - Manchester, United Kingdom
Age - 30
Joined - 01/11/2011
2019 Sports Car Open GT Series
Satellite owner Matt Strand and Nick first met at the ALMS Petit Le Mans event in
October of 2011. Nick signed up as part of Satellite shortly after.
Sim Racing since 2006, Nick brings a wealth of experience with him to the team.
In addition to his contributions to Satellite, Nick also ran his own successful
Sim Racing team, Midnight Motorsport between 2011 and 2016.
Being able to use his technical knowledge for setup work has been pivotal in many
of our races since bringing Nick onboard.
With rFactor, Nick's notable Sim Racing exploits include being the runner up in the
SimInk 2012 Superleague Drivers Championship, where he finished on the podium in 13
of the 18 championship rounds, winning twice. He and Midnight Motorsport teammate
Lukas Euler were dominant in the constructors’ championship, combining to win the
title by a significant margin. As manager of Midnight Motorsport, Nick steered the
team to success in 2013, where they repeated their 2012 dominance, once again taking
the drivers and constructors championships.
2013 also saw Nick expand his Sim Racing driving career even further after landing a
“professional” ride with Precision Motorsports. Rowland remained a Satellite member
and continued to contribute to the teams growing success.
Nick was the 2015 iRacing Season 3 Division 3 Skip Barber Race Series Champion, and
was involved with the Positive SimRacing Driver Development Programme in 2017.
A keen motorsport enthusiast, Nick can also be found behind the wheel in the real
world, having raced a number of 24-hour karting events, and most recently was a grand
finalist in the 2017 and 2018 Ginetta Want2Race Competition.