- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.020,220
- Dave Kaemmer Comes Clean on Dirt13,086
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- Release Notes for 2012 Season 311,414
- Scanning What’s in Store for iRacing with Tony Gardner10,553
- The iRacing.com Protest System – May, 201210,345
- Building the iRacing System 1019,028
- Improving the Sound of iRacing7,625
- iRacing.com to Build Digital Honda for New Super GT Series7,392
- Two New Cars and Two New Tracks Coming to iRacing Soon6,756
- Towler, Wood Suspended from Upcoming iWCRR Events
- Dave Kaemmer Comes Clean on Dirt
- Coming Soon, the iRacing Driving School
- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.0
- iRacing.com Announces 2010 World Tour
- The iRacing.com Protest System - May, 2012
- Bathurst Coming to iRacing!
- FW31 Envy
- iRacing Announces Added Features, Lower Prices
- iRacing's Corvette: Good Enough is Not Good Enough
April 6th, 2013
Yamaha will lease prototype MotoGP engines to independent teams in the championship from next year.
March 21st, 2013
HRT Formula 1 refugee Narain Karthikeyan is set to continue his career in single-seater racing after securing a late deal to contest the Auto GP series opener with Austrian team Zele Racing. AUTOSPORT understands the former Jordan and HRT grand prix driver could expand his deal and race in the full eight rounds of this year’s series.
March 16th, 2013
The “exciting challenge” of DTM team management was the key reason in Ralf Schumacher’s decision to retire from driving, according to the German. Schumacher announced on Saturday morning that he was standing down from Mercedes driving duties to take up a new management role with RSC Mucke Motorsport
February 5th, 2013
Caterham has no plans to hide the stepped nose on its CT03 with a vanity panel, as the team questions whether other teams will keep with their launch designs. Teams have been divided so far on whether or not to fit the optional vanity panel over the ‘ugly’ noses that have become a feature of the current rules.
January 30th, 2013
Next week’s Rally Sweden will be a key event in the future of the timing and tracking of the World Rally Championship, with FIA rally director Jarmo Mahonen promising a conclusion after the event.
December 6th, 2012
Turkish motorsport officials say the return of the country’s grand prix to the Formula 1 calendar is now up to the government, after agreeing terms with Bernie Ecclestone. Istanbul Park, which hosted an F1 grand prix from 2005-11, was tipped for a return to the calendar on Wednesday. This was after the FIA World Motor Sport Council announced it had moved the German GP forward to reserve the July 21 date for another, yet-to-be-named European-based event
November 6th, 2012
The ROAL Motorsport BMW World Touring Car team will replace former Italian Superstars champion Alberto Cerqui with Kei Cozzolino for the final race of the season at Macau in two weeks time. Cozzolino has previous experience of the Guia circuit, having twice visited at the conclusion of race-winning campaigns in Japanese Formula 3
September 6th, 2012
Mercedes says it is still ‘some way off’ deciding on its 2013 driver line-up, despite speculation that Lewis Hamilton has agreed a deal to switch to the team . Hamilton was linked to a switch from McLaren to Mercedes on Wednesday, when former team boss and current BBC pundit Eddie Jordan suggested that a deal was already in place for Michael Schumacher to step aside to make room for the 2008 world champion.
July 7th, 2012
Derek Warwick, the president of the British Racing Drivers’ Club that owns Silverstone, has asked for fans to be ‘patient’ in the wake of the weather problems that have overshadowed the British Grand Prix weekend. With waterlogged campsites and car parks leading to a breakdown of the traffic system on Friday, Silverstone advised fans with normal parking tickets to stay away from the venue for qualifying day in a bid to ensure that race day could be got through without major trouble. The traffic problems have left Silverstone facing intense criticisms about its lack of contingency planning for the conditions, but Warwick reckons the venue did all it could – and could never have predicted the record-levels of rain that hit the venue earlier this week
June 4th, 2012
Canadian Grand Prix organisers have cancelled the open doors day at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit due to disruption threats. The event, during which fans could walk down the F1 pitlane, was originally scheduled for Thursday.
May 16th, 2012
Kurt Busch has been fined by NASCAR for a pit road incident last weekend following the conclusion of Saturday’s Sprint Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway. The 2004 champion hit the back of Ryan Newman’s Stewart Haas Chevy on pit road and crew members from his team and Newman’s were later involved in a scuffle. Busch had been a top-ten contender before a late spin, while Newman also spun behind him trying to avoid hitting the #51 car of Busch, but their incidents seemed unrelated to the post-race issue, which was under investigation from NASCAR
May 14th, 2012
NASCAR officials said they would investigate a pit-road altercation after the conclusion of Saturday’s race at Darlington involving Ryan Newman’s Stewart Haas and Kurt Busch’s Phoenix Racing teams. The scuffle took place after Kurt Busch hit he back of Ryan Newman’s car on pit-road once the race had finished already
May 5th, 2012
Carl Edwards says he has already got over his frustration about the penalty that cost him a shot at Richmond victory last week. The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup runner-up had a chance to bring a 42-race winless streak to an end at Richmond before confusion during the fourth caution. Leader Edwards had yet to pit while most of his rivals had done so already, the majority going a lap down as a consequence.
May 3rd, 2012
Nico Rosberg believes Mercedes has made good progress in understanding tyres at this week’s Mugello test – but thinks his team needs to do more to improve its high-speed corner performance. With its experience in the first four races showing how important tyre management is, Rosberg and Mercedes spent a lot of time on the final day working on improving its knowledge of that area. Speaking at the conclusion of testing, Rosberg said he was upbeat about what could be expected for the next race in Spain – although he was well aware that other progress was needed
April 18th, 2012
Porsche Supercup squad MRS has withdrawn its entry for the season-opener in Bahrain this weekend, citing fears about safety amid ongoing unrest in the region. The Supercup will race in Bahrain as part of the Formula 1 undercard, although MRS has opted to forego the round – the first time in the team’s history it has cancelled a Supercup round.
February 8th, 2012
McLaren thinks it has delivered Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button the car they need at this stage of the season. With the outfit having openly declared that it was vital to avoid a repeat of the testing troubles that blighted the build-up to its 2011 campaign, McLaren is quietly upbeat about the platform it has given itself. In an exclusive interview with AUTOSPORT , McLaren technical director Paddy Lowe said that the fact that Button has already been so positive about the car is a good indication that there will be no repeat of the testing nightmares of last year.
February 8th, 2012
Newly appointed IndyCar race director Beaux Barfield says that he decided against a total rewrite of the series regulations for 2012, opting instead for relatively minor tweaks. “For me, it’s important that certain rules make sense for my style, but being careful to not cut out too many elements that have value,” Barfield said
November 28th, 2011
Williams stalwart Patrick Head, one of the Formula 1 paddock’s best known figures, has decided to move away from the sport after the end of the 2011 campaign. Head, who has been with the current Grove-based outfit since its formation in 1977, will end his F1 involvement this winter when he switches from his current role as director of engineering to assume responsibilities with the company’s booming hybrid business. His decision, on the back of a restructure that was forced upon it by its worst ever campaign in F1, means that Head will not travel to races any more in an official capacity.
October 21st, 2011
Sauber believes that its struggles in the Korean Grand Prix were down to set-up issues that hurt its front tyres. The Hinwil-based outfit had a troubled time at the Yeongam circuit, with Kamui Kobayashi finishing 15th and Sergio Perez one place behind after failing to extract any speed from their cars.
September 23rd, 2011
Sebastien Ogier has admitted he is at the Citroen team’s disposal if it wants to apply team orders in its bid for a home win on next week’s Rally de France-Alsace next week. After refusing to talk about the team’s tactical approach to Rally Australia earlier this month, Ogier admitted in a statement from Citroen that he is ready to do what is necessary to help the team win a seventh manufacturers’ title in nine years. “I’m at the team’s service to help it win more titles,” he said.