iRacing Development Update – Dirt, Le Mans, VR and more

June 28th, 2016 by Steve Myers

We Are Building Dragons I have spent a LOT of time in the car and on planes lately traveling to meetings and events for some very exciting developments for iRacing.  I can’t really get into the specifics yet on what these trips are for but during these long drives and flights I have had a lot time … Read the Rest »

December Build & Other iRacing Updates

November 18th, 2015 by

This is always kind of a depressing time of the year for me, because winter is literally only weeks away and all the real world racing series are finishing up their seasons. I am excited, though, to be heading to Homestead on Friday to celebrate our NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series champion Kenny Humpe and get … Read the Rest »

iRacings’s New Dynamic Tracks & More

September 2nd, 2015 by

Let’s Talk About Hot Rubber Time. You never seem to have enough of it and it moves much faster than you can imagine. I can give you some funny lines about why it has been so long since I have last written one of these blogs, but the straight truth is that I just haven’t … Read the Rest »

Big Foot and the Loch Ness Monster do exist

June 27th, 2014 by

Let’s just get the bad news out of the way right away. Driver swaps WILL NOT be in the Season 3 build. Take a minute to go file a protest, punch a wall, crush a six pack or whatever else you need to do to get that frustration out of your system. Then come back … Read the Rest »

Tyler Hudson’s NASCAR iRacing Championship Blog

December 27th, 2013 by

What’s it like to be a NASCAR Champion?  Let’s back up a little bit first.  I remember sitting at my PC a few years ago and watching as Richard Towler walked onto the stage at Homestead Miami to receive his NASCAR iRacing.com Series World Championship check of $10,000.  Then, watching him walk into the media … Read the Rest »

V8 Supercars Visit the Surface of the Sun

May 22nd, 2013 by

Well maybe that was a bit dramatic for the title on my recap of my visit to Austin, Texas for the V8 Supercars race at the Circuit of the Americas, but it does convey how bloody hot it was.  Sean Siff and I headed south for the Austin 400 and even though I was born … Read the Rest »

A Day in the Life of a Cat Herder: XVII

February 6th, 2013 by

Monday morning after the Super Bowl is always an interesting day.  I always kind of feel like I fought someone and I didn’t come out the winner.  All the crappy food I ate all night comes back to haunt me like 12 rounds of solid body shots from a heavy weight fighter.  The beer doesn’t … Read the Rest »

A Day in the Life of a Cat Herder: XVI

August 13th, 2012 by

Writing this, I have a feeling similar to the one you get when you show up to a wedding or party and see that very close friend who you have been horribly bad at staying in touch with.  So let me just get it over with:  I am sorry it has been so long since … Read the Rest »

A Day in the Life of a Cat Herder: XV

March 3rd, 2011 by

I can’t really remember being more excited for spring than I am this year. We have had a winter to forget here in the Northeast of the United States which included so many storms I have lost count. We legitimately had difficulties rolling out some of the updates this past season because heavy snow prevented … Read the Rest »

A Day in the Life of a Cat Herder: XIV

August 25th, 2010 by

It’s pretty amazing to think that this small band of merry men and women has been hard at work on this product for over six years now and our doors have been open to the public for the past two! I think its remarkable how much we have accomplished over this time period, but I … Read the Rest »

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