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Commodore’s Garage #28 – The 2016 Class B Champion

August 11th, 2017 by Matt Holden

Setup details at the top of the sim-racing ladder are a closely-guarded secret; we all have experienced it at some point.  Earlier this year, I had a conversation with the crew chief of the car that has won a few recent NASCAR Modified championships about chassis setup, and he willingly gave me the spring rates … Read the Rest »

Remembering Patrick Taylor, cherished Lionheart league member and iRacer

August 11th, 2017 by Jason Galvin

  Patrick Taylor, a fan favorite and invaluable admin member of the Lionheart Racing Series, died on Tuesday. His death was unexpected, the result of an unpredictable medical event over the weekend at his home in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, his family said.     For two years, Taylor was a fixture in Lionheart, running … Read the Rest »

From A Dig Motorsports’ “Tough Trucks” – The Road Course Blues

August 11th, 2017 by S.A. Sidewinder

In a corner room of the building that looked like a church, sandwiched between a goofy toy shop and the offices of a monopolistic power company, on the other side of the road from another building that really was a church—concrete steeple towering overhead like a Space Needle of divine providence—nestled in the land of … Read the Rest »

Geren dominates Atlanta, closes Lionheart championship gap

August 10th, 2017 by Jason Gavlin

  In a season full of parody and close racing, there was little doubt who the dominant driver was on Wednesday night. Dan Geren led 80 laps from the pole to win the Utility Equipment Company 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, his second win of the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by first Medical Equipment season. … Read the Rest »

Strategy key to Blocker’s first Lionheart Retro win

August 9th, 2017 by Jason Galvin

  Adam Blocker used a gamble on pit road, and the draft of a teammate, to finally breakthrough and win his first Lionheart Retro Series race Thursday night, in the Infinite 150 presented by Infinite Racing Group at Gateway Motorsports Park.   “That was wild, it was all strategy for the most part,” Blocker said … Read the Rest »

Kroenke Becomes The Indie Darling

August 8th, 2017 by Jake Sparey

Martin Kroenke went eight races unbeaten after a crucial win by six seconds over VRS Coanda Simsport teammate and hometown hero, Mitchell DeJong. There were surprises however during the event as five-time champion Greger Huttu crashed out of the event in the opening lap after two races away. Indianapolis Motor Speedway always has the aura … Read the Rest »

From A Dig Motorsports’ “Tough Trucks” – The Tricky Triangle… Rats

August 5th, 2017 by S.A. Sidewinder

Agent Bearclaw sat in a McDonald’s drive-thru in Whitney Point, New York, his fingers anxiously drumming the top of his Crown Vic’s steering wheel, its dual overhead cam 4.6L engine purring idyllically. The driver of the black Jeep in front shouted something at the window attendant and then mashed the gas pedal; the black SUV … Read the Rest »

60+ Racing Adventures-8th Round at Road Atlanta

August 4th, 2017 by Wayne Strout

The 8th Round of the 60+ Racing Adventures League (12 Event Season 3) for drivers age 60 and older ran Wednesday, 8/2 at Road Atlanta, running the Pro Mazda. 25 drivers participated. Pennsylvania’s Donald Strout posted his second win of the Season in a Group 1 race remembering advice 32 years ago from Motorsports Hall … Read the Rest »

Novak Survives Late Restarts, Hangs on for Indy Win in NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series

August 2nd, 2017 by Jason Lofing

Novak started from the pole and paced the field for much of the race, leading 65 of 100 laps. Although Novak would wind up leading more than half the laps, Ray Alfalla had the best car early and on Lap 11 he moved past Novak and into the race lead. His lead was short-lived however, … Read the Rest »

Anything Can Happen in Atlanta

August 1st, 2017 by Patrick Taylor

Atlanta Motor Speedway has a fairly unimpressive history with American open wheel racing. Since 1965, various sanctioning bodies have come and gone. USAC, CART, and the Indy Racing League have all staged events at the southern oval but none have stuck around for more than a handful of seasons. Indycars have not raced at Atlanta … Read the Rest »

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