The Legion of Racers (LOR) is a Singapore lifestyle and entertainment brand which combines an esports SIM Racing League, a SIM Racing Academy and Event Management as part of our offerings.
The Legion of Racers combines the best in motorsport and the gaming world and brings together these enthusiasts to participate in a league and other offerings which then helps us identify the top talents in e-motorsports.
LOR leverages on its vast motorsports racing experience to create a unique digital to physical talent development program, with the intent of creating opportunities for youth in the digital hemisphere and its corresponding offerings, tapping into an esports gaming industry which, according to Newzoo, spent an estimated $320 million in 2019.
Apart from aiming to groom the sim racing and racing talents, LOR is committed to creating new pathways to motorsport by establishing e-racing as the new entry into the sport and the other components of the industry.
The key objectives behind the Legion of Racers are as follows:
Simracing Community Outreach and Engagement
Talent and Eco-System Development
Establish Singapore as a regional hub for esports simracing
LIM KEONG WEE
Lim Keong Wee is an architect by profession. Since establishing PAC in October 2009, he has been responsible in the design and completion of various types and scales of projects such as the Naro Hall, Kathmandu (2010), Herman Miller at Xtra (World Architectural Festival Retail Award 2012) and Genting Hotel in Jurong (2015).
He has also lectured at the Glasgow School of Arts Singapore and at the Singapore Institute of Technology speaking about context driven design. He was also part of a panel of judges for the World Architectural Festival categories in Villa in 2013.
Keong Wee travels extensively and has an interest in economic and cultural issues that shapes urban trends within cities. He has always had a deep passion for competitive sports (basketball, rugby and golf) from a young age. He started his love affair with karting in 2011 and obtained his karting licence a year later. In the same year, he started competitive karting at the Singapore Karting Championships.
In 2014, he started participating in the Formula Cars – Asia Cup Series and ended the season as the Masters Champion. From 2015 to 2018, he participated in multiple events and races such as the Rotax Asia Challenge and GT Cars, and ended on the podium on multiple occasions.
In 2018, along with race driver Melvin Moh, he co-founded the Legion of Racers.
Melvin Moh started his racing career at the age of 14, participating in many national and international races throughout his karting career.
In 2006, Melvin was one of the 10 Malaysian drivers selected for the Petronas Formula Xperience program and was supported by the oil company in his Formula and GT racing career. In 2019, Melvin is currently driving for Craft Bamboo Racing and Project M Racing in the Blancpain GT Asia Series and China Endurance Championship.
Some of his major results include:
- 2019 TCR 500 Pro-AM Champion
- 2019 GT World Challenge Asia
- 2018 China Endurance Championship GT3 Champion
- 2018 Fuji 24 Hours STX Vice Champion
- 2018 Dubai 24 Hours SPX Class 3rd Placing
- 2017 China GT Round 4 GT3 Class Champion