I think that an angle that Scavier could take is looking in to laser scanning of lesser known tracks i.e. Snetterton, Thruxton,Donnington, Goodwood, Castle Combe and Croft to mention a few in the UK, would be a good learning tool for car enthusiasts aiming to do track days or amateur motor sports.
Do tie ins with grass roots racing series such as the Clio Cup, Formula Ford, Thunder Saloons and what not would also generate free publicity and income.
Another way of making some money is at race events, have a few sim rigs set up so fans can go out on track in their favourite driver's car and get a feel of what it's like to be on the grid.
Let the likes of IRacing and Assetto Corsa battle it out for the larger licenced tracks and higher end motor sports, it's safe to say that they have much larger budgets and teams, so they need to go big or they end up risking going bust. By going for the grass roots of motor sports, it would be a great niche that Scavier could expand out to cover a lot of different car types/formulas without breaking the bank, attracting more users and expand out if it really takes off again.