- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.020,220
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- Coming Soon, the iRacing Driving School
- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.0
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- The iRacing.com Protest System - May, 2012
- Bathurst Coming to iRacing!
- FW31 Envy
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- Scanning What’s in Store for iRacing with Tony Gardner
May 9th, 2013
Touring car and sportscar driver Darryl O’Young is returning to the Le Mans 24 Hours after a four-year absence with the AF Corse Ferrari team. The Canadian-born Chinese driver, who is racing with the ROAL BMW team in this year’s World Touring Car Championship, has signed to drive one of AF’s GTE Am class Ferrari 458 Italias in the French enduro on June 22/23.
February 14th, 2013
Erebus Motorsport’s all-new Mercedes V8 Supercar was launched in Australia on Thursday. The three E63 AMGs, which are built to V8 Supercars’ new Car of The Future regulations, were presented along with drivers Maro Engel, Tim Slade and Lee Holdsworth. Team owner Betty Klimenko said: “At the Bathurst 12 Hours last year I spoke with a representative from AMG and he told me ‘I don’t believe this will ever happen.’ “This project has been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember and tonight this dream has become a reality; there is a bit of a sense of disbelief that we’re here.
February 5th, 2013
Four-time Bathurst 1000 winner Greg Murphy will return to Holden Racing Team as an endurance co-driver for this year’s long-distance V8 Supercars events. Murphy was keen to remain in the Holden fold when his previous team Kelly Racing switched to Nissan for 2013, so chose to focus on a Holden seat for Sandown and Bathurst rather than chasing a full-time deal with another brand. He has now secured a place alongside either Garth Tander or James Courtney at HRT, where he took his first Bathurst win in 1996
January 28th, 2013
Casey Stoner says it is almost impossible to set targets for his first season in the V8 Supercar Development Series given his lack of four-wheel experience. The two-time MotoGP champion signed a one-year deal to race a Triple 8 Holden Commodore on Saturday. Stoner has had one full-test with the team already, but said it would count for little come the start of the season and that he would need to ‘fast track’ his development as a result.
January 26th, 2013
Casey Stoner has confirmed that he will, as expected, race on four wheels this year.
January 25th, 2013
World Touring Car Champion Rob Huff will make his Bathurst debut next month in the 12-hour race at the legendary circuit.
December 21st, 2012
Four-time Bathurst 1000 winner Greg Murphy will not compete in V8 Supercars full-time in 2013.
December 18th, 2012
2005 V8 Supercars champion Russell Ingall plans to retire at the end of the 2013 season.
October 7th, 2012
Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell claimed Bathurst 1000 victory by just 0.3129 seconds as Whincup resisted enormous pressure from David Reynolds to the flag. The timing of the final safety car period left all the leaders playing a cat-and-mouse game of fuel conservation heading towards the finish – alternately backing off and charging to try and make it to the end.
October 6th, 2012
Will Davison denied Jamie Whincup pole position in the top-10 qualifying shoot-out for the 2012 Bathurst 1000. Ford Performance Racing driver Davison was the sixth man to try for pole after going fourth fastest in Friday’s initial qualifying session
August 30th, 2012
Sportscar stars Nicolas Minassian, Stephane Sarrazin and Jamie Campbell-Walter will join Brad Jones Racing’s line-up for V8 Supercars’ Surfers Paradise event in October. The V8 regulars are all paired with co-drivers from international motorsport for the Queensland street races. Former Peugeot LMP1 team-mates Minassian and Sarrazin will share BJR Holdens with team regulars Fabian Coulthard and Jason Bright respectively
May 17th, 2012
Former Formula 1 driver Christian Klien will be racing in the V8 Supercar endurance races after securing a deal with Walkinshaw Racing. The Austrian will partner Russell Ingall in the Holden Commodore in the Sandown 500 in September and the Bathurst 1000 in October.
April 12th, 2012
Max Papis will make his V8 Supercar debut this year after joining Dick Johnson Racing for the Gold Coast 600. The 42-year-old Italian, whose only high-profile race this year was the Daytona 24 Hours, will share one of Dick Johnson Racing’s Ford Falcons with team regular Steven Johnson at the event at Surfers Paradise. The former Formula 1 racer and Champ Car race winner is not the only international driver to be named in DJR’s Surfers line-up.
February 8th, 2012
Nissan will become the first manufacturer other than Ford or Holden to race in Australian touring cars in two decades when it joins V8 Supercars next year. The deal, which is scheduled to be announced in Melbourne on Thursday morning, local time, will cover a four-car works entry run by Kelly Racing
by David Phillips on January 28th, 2012
Call him “Dillman” or “Sharmanator” or just plain Dylan, 19 year old Dylan Sharman is certainly a leading candidate for the title of “King of SK Modifieds. After all the resident of Nuriootpa, South Australia has nearly 50 SK Modified wins to his credit in the past three seasons – and the 2011 Season 3 and 4 championships. He slipped a little in Season 4, finishing second to Rusty Greer despite taking 19 wins in 21 starts. But Sharman is more than an SK Mod specialist. In recent weeks he’s won races in everything from the HPD-ARX01c to the Mazda MX-5 Cup and Class A Impala. And as his spectacular screen shots attest, the steering wheel, throttle and brake pedals are not the only sim racing tools he’s mastered. Q: [...]
October 9th, 2011
Garth Tander and Nick Percat clinched victory for the Holden Racing Team by just 0.29 seconds over Triple Eight Holden’s Craig Lowndes in an outstanding finish to the Bathurst 1000. Lowndes, who shared his car with Mark Skaife, had gone into the closing stages only fourth, passing Brad Jones Racing’s Jason Bright with 16 laps of the 161 to go, then overtaking pole-winner Greg Murphy (Kelly Racing Holden) three laps later
October 7th, 2011
Holden Racing Team driver Garth Tander was quickest in the opening qualifying session for the Bathurst 1000. Tander, who shares his Holden with Nick Percat, put in a 2m07.6640s lap in the closing moments to seal the top spot. Subsequent challenges from Mark Winterbottom (Ford Performance Racing) and championship leader Jamie Whincup (Triple Eight Holden) fell just short
May 19th, 2011
The Bathurst 1000 will remain as part of the V8 Supercar Championship until at least 2034, thanks to a new deal that has been agreed. The race’s previous contract had been due to expire at the end of 2014, but an agreement has now been reached between V8 Supercars and Bathurst Regional Council to retain the race for another 20 years. “This is an outstanding result for the Bathurst region and reaffirms Mount Panorama’s status as Australia’s premier motor racing venue,” said Bathurst mayor Paul Toole.
March 22nd, 2011
Jenson Button became the first man to take a Formula 1 car around the legendary Bathurst circuit on Tuesday.
January 5th, 2011
British Touring Car Championship race-winner Andrew Jordan is hunting a V8 Supercar drive later this year in the series’ international event at Surfers Paradise. Last year’s Gold Coast 600 attracted the likes of Dario Franchitti, Yvan Muller and Jacques Villeneuve, each sharing a V8 Supercar with a series regular at the Queensland street circuit