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- Building the iRacing System 1018,986
- Improving the Sound of iRacing7,616
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- Two New Cars and Two New Tracks Coming to iRacing Soon6,750
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- Dave Kaemmer Comes Clean on Dirt
- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.0
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- SFI Decertifies All Impact Racing Products
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- No Obstacles Here
March 14th, 2013
British circuit Mallory Park is embroiled in a battle with its local community over excessive noise at the Leicestershire circuit. Some residents have demanded the local council enforces restrictions on the number of days Mallory can operate. The circuit has breached a planning agreement that dates back to 1985, and residents have complained about Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council failing to enforce that arrangement
January 2nd, 2013
Luca di Montezemolo looks set to continue as Ferrari president long-term after announcing that he will not campaign for a seat in the Italian Parliament.
December 12th, 2012
Bernie Ecclestone says Formula 1 is likely to have only 19 grands prix next year, but admits he is still waiting on a possible return to Turkey. The calendar was left with 19 races after it was announced the planned New Jersey Grand Prix would be postponed until 2014 . Turkey has been in talks with Ecclestone and its motorsport body said it had a deal, but that a final decision was up to the government .
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
October 26th, 2012
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali refused to be drawn on Friday into a mounting political row over his outfit’s decision to run an Italian navy flag on its car at the Indian Grand Prix.
October 15th, 2012
Eastern Creek has been dropped from the V8 Supercar calendar for 2013. The venue was reopened this year following major renovations and hosted the eighth round of the series in August
September 26th, 2012
Melbourne officials want to keep the Australian Grand Prix beyond its current deal, but have admitted they are not comfortable with the current financial terms. Tourism Minister Louise Asher said on Wednesday the government had subsidised this year’s event by $56 million despite an increase in the number of tickets sold. Melbourne has a contract to host the grand prix until 2015, but has been under presser from F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone to turn it into a night event .
April 23rd, 2012
Bahrain Grand Prix’s boss says the running of this year’s race is proof that they did the right thing in pushing for the event to happen. After huge debate over the fate of the Formula 1 race, amid intense focus on human rights and safety issues, the Bahrain GP took place without drama as Sebastian Vettel delivered his first victory of the season.
March 30th, 2012
France is closing in on a deal to hold a Formula 1 race again, the country’s prime minister said on Friday, but work still needs to be done before a contract can be finalised. During a visit to the Paul Ricard circuit, Francois Fillon said attempts to resurrect the race, which was last held at Magny-Cours in 2008, were progressing but there was still further negotiations needed in terms of finalising financial terms as well as a venue to share the event with.
March 29th, 2012
Deputy prime minister of Portugal Alexandre Relvas has guaranteed funding for his country’s round of the World Rally Championship. Talking exclusively to AUTOSPORT, Relvas, whose government offices are located in Lisbon, said he was delighted to see the support the Rally of Portugal was receiving at the opening stage around the streets of the capital. As well as being the deputy PM, Relvas is also the minister of sport, hence his interest in the country’s biggest motorsport event.
February 14th, 2012
An All-Party Group from the British parliament has expressed its disagreement with calls to cancel the Bahrain Grand Prix. Last week, members of the House of Lords wrote to the FIA to urge the governing body to cancel April’s grand prix amid continued unrest in the kingdom.
February 9th, 2012
The FIA has been urged by a group of British politicians to reconsider its decision to let the Bahrain Grand Prix go ahead, in the wake of fresh troubles in the Gulf state. While Formula 1 chiefs are unmoved about the ongoing situation in Bahrain, the topic returned to the news agenda on Thursday when reports emerged of a British man having his fingers chopped off after being attacked in Karranah, which is near Manama
January 30th, 2012
Speculation has been rife about the Spanish Grand Prix after the government suggested it could reconsider the future of event given the difficult economic situation. AUTOSPORT spoke to Circuit de Catalunya boss Salvador Servia about the event’s prospects
January 30th, 2012
Spanish Grand Prix boss Salvador Servia has played down talk that the future of the race is in doubt – but admitted its ultimate fate is dependent on it attracting fans back to the event. Although the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona has a deal to host the Formula 1 race until 2016, there have been widespread media reports in recent weeks suggesting that the government was looking at renegotiating its deal to ensure more favourable financial conditions. However, Servia insists that the track is not only happy with its current contract – but it is keen to extend it much more longer-term.
January 9th, 2012
Bahrain Grand Prix organisers have downplayed fears about the unrest in the kingdom following calls from human rights groups to boycott the event. The Sakhir event is back on the calendar this year after last season’s race was first postponed and then cancelled because of the political situation. Over the weekend, human rights groups urged F1 teams to boycott the race in order to show they “respect human rights.” On Monday, however, Bahrain GP organisers moved to ease fears about the situation, saying the government has already acted to make sure no human rights are violated.
January 9th, 2012
Human right groups have called for Formula 1 to boycott the Bahrain Grand Prix amid continued unrest in the kingdom. The Sakhir event was cancelled in 2011 because of the situation in the country, but the race is scheduled to return to the calendar in 2012, as the fourth round of the championship on 22 April.
January 6th, 2012
The Valencia government will seek to renegotiate its contract with Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone as further doubt is cast over the Spanish event.
December 5th, 2011
McLaren has announced it has become the first carbon-neutral Formula 1 team. Last year, the team became the first Formula 1 team to achieve the Carbon Trust Standard, following a three-year audit in which the team measured improved its carbon efficiency
November 24th, 2011
Pastor Maldonado is convinced he will be on the Formula 1 grid with Williams in 2012 after playing down speculation that the team’s sponsorship deal with Venezuelan oil company PDVSA could be in doubt. The 26-year-old rookie driver described himself as ‘very confident’ of his position within Williams, despite Venezuelan congressman Carlos Ramos asking Williams to provide details of the deal for an investigation by congress. “I don’t know exactly what is happening but I don’t worry about it,” Maldonado said on the eve of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
November 12th, 2011
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has admitted that Austin Grand Prix officials are facing an ‘uphill struggle’ with their preparation for next year’s race – but he is hopeful that the race will take place. Ecclestone told team principals in India a fortnight ago that he had some concerns about the race’s prospects – and he later confirmed to the media that there was an issue with the promoting company. Speaking to reporters at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Ecclestone reiterated his worries about the situation in Austin.