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Blancpain GT Series: The ineX Clinic at Spa

July 18th, 2016 by Paul Slavonik

After over a month of time off, the third round of the Blancpain GT Series – iRacing’s premiere GT3 world championship series – got underway at arguably one of the greatest motor racing circuits in the world. For six-hours, the best sim racers in the world attempted to tackle Circuit de Spa-Franchorchamps which is nestled … Read the Rest »

From A Dig Motorsports’ “Tough Trucks” – Kentucky Bluegrass

July 18th, 2016 by S.A. Sidewinder

Below the silver spaceship, Earth floated and continued its silent spin into oblivion. Inside the spacecraft were two aliens. Their names were Riff and Raff. They belonged to the Duo Uno species, or, as most of their humanoid counterparts referred to themselves as, twos. Riff had grey skin and yellow eyes. So did his brother, … Read the Rest »

Kenseth Wins New Hampshire 301; Fails Post Race Tech Inspection

July 17th, 2016 by Dave Moulthrop

  Matt Kenseth did not have the dominant car in the New Hampshire 301 but in the final 50 laps he found his way to the front, making his final pass for the lead with just 30 laps remaining over teammate Denny Hamlin. The next two positions belonged to two drivers who had piloted the … Read the Rest »

Fierce Battle Expected at Lionheart’s Indianapolis 500

July 15th, 2016 by Patrick Taylor

The Lionheart Indycar Series Presented by First Medical Equipment kicks off the second half of its 2016 season in style this weekend with the I Race for Gage Indianapolis 500. The full-length, 200-lap marathon serves as the second leg of the Lionheart Triple Crown, which offers each sim racer who takes the green flag a … Read the Rest »

Johnston Takes Three in a Row with a Kentucky Comeback

July 15th, 2016 by Corey Davis

Whoever said that the best car doesn’t always win the race must have underestimated Tim Johnston. Although the four-time ITSR Power Series champion leads the series in all-time victories with 37 and in wins this season with two in a row, Johnston faced one of his toughest ever fights for a win in last Sunday … Read the Rest »

Neff Dominates Outlaw Modified Season Opener

July 13th, 2016 by Chris Wolfson

The Bootleg Racing League kicked-off Season 3 of 2016 on Saturday night introducing Lawrence Towing as the title sponsor for the Outlaw Modified Series.  The anticipation was high as the outlaw simracers rolled into Martinsville Speedway to open the season. Brian Neff was slated to start on the pole for the season opener and used … Read the Rest »

Humpe Sprints to Third Win at Kentucky

July 13th, 2016 by Jason Lofing; French translation (below) by Anthony Drevet

Kenny Humpe (The TEAM) kept his hot streak going at Kentucky Speedway by winning his third NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series race of the 2016 season. The defending series champion led 50 of 167 laps, the most of any driver, in what turned out to be one of the most competitive events of the season thus … Read the Rest »

Huttu Back on Top at Twin Ring Motegi

July 12th, 2016 by Jonny Simon; French translation (below) by Renaud LACROIX)

Five time champion Greger Huttu returned to the top step of the podium for the first time since Round Six of the 2016 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series Watkins Glen, taking his 55th career win in the series at Twin Ring Motegi. Coanda Simsport’s Martin Krönke saw his three race win streak come to … Read the Rest »

From A Dig Motorsports’ “Tough Trucks” – Daytona USA

July 9th, 2016 by S.A. Sidewinder

At night, they say, in certain places like museums, history comes alive. Well, at Daytona USA, those people couldn’t be more right. And don’t worry, you can take my word for it; I used to live there. Last night was our new night watchman’s first shift. I came to life at nine o’clock, the same … Read the Rest »

Wright Celebrates Unexpected Win at Michigan

July 8th, 2016 by Patrick Taylor

It was a wild night at Michigan for the Lionheart Indycar Series Presented by First Medical Equipment. The 100-lap simrace saw eight cautions, 10 different leaders, and 29 lead changes – which doesn’t include the countless battles for position throughout the tightly-packed field of 39 virtual Dallara DW-12s. When the dust settled, 23 cars finished … Read the Rest »

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