- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.020,200
- Dave Kaemmer Comes Clean on Dirt13,072
- iRacing.com to create virtual McLaren MP4-12C GT312,071
- Release Notes for 2012 Season 311,413
- Scanning What’s in Store for iRacing with Tony Gardner10,536
- The iRacing.com Protest System – May, 201210,331
- Building the iRacing System 1019,006
- Improving the Sound of iRacing7,620
- iRacing.com to Build Digital Honda for New Super GT Series7,384
- Two New Cars and Two New Tracks Coming to iRacing Soon6,753
- Towler, Wood Suspended from Upcoming iWCRR Events
- Dave Kaemmer Comes Clean on Dirt
- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.0
- The iRacing.com Protest System - May, 2012
- iRacer Profile: Sandeep Banerjee
- iRacing Announces Added Features, Lower Prices
- Scanning What’s in Store for iRacing with Tony Gardner
- No Obstacles Here
- The Williams-Toyota F31 – More (and Less) Than Meets the Eye
- The Customer is (Nearly) Always Right
March 4th, 2013
Briton Martin Plowman has joined the French OAK Racing squad for this year’s World Endurance Championship.
September 29th, 2012
Dario Franchitti will race a Le Mans prototype for the first time since 2009 when he joins the Level 5 LMP2 squad for Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta in October. The three-time Indianapolis 500 winner and four-time IndyCar champion will share one of the Level 5 HPD-ARX-03bs with younger brother Marino, who raced for the squad at Petit in 2011, and team boss Scott Tucker, in the 1000-mile American Le Mans Series finale on October 20. It will be the elder Franchitti’s first start in an LMP prototype since racing for the Highcroft Acura team at the same event in 2009
September 14th, 2012
Klaus Graf claimed pole in the Pickett HPD as the American Le Mans Series made its debut at Virginia International Raceway.
September 1st, 2012
Level 5 took an outright one-two with its LMP2 class HPDs in a dramatic American Le Mans Series street race in Baltimore. With LMP1 combatants Pickett and Dyson both hitting trouble, Christophe Bouchut and Scott Tucker were able to lead Level 5 team-mates Luis Diaz and Ricardo Gonzalez home for an overall win. Bouchut’s class-title-chasing #055 car was allowed an easy passage into first by Diaz in the closing stages, as Bouchut charged back into contention following a lower-key first stint from Tucker.
August 17th, 2012
Pickett Racing’s domination of the American Le Mans Series continued at Road America as a gearbox problem for the rival #16 Dyson Lola-Mazda left Klaus Graf to take an uncontested pole in Pickett’s HPD. With Chris Dyson and Guy Smith sitting out the session and destined to start at the back, Graf claimed pole by three seconds over Dyson’s #20 car, driven by Eric Lux
August 4th, 2012
Pickett Racing’s Lucas Luhr and Klaus Graf notched up their fifth consecutive American Le Mans Series LMP1 victory with a straightforward run in Saturday’s Mid-Ohio round. Luhr and Graf’s HPD was only headed by the rival Dyson Lola-Mazda of Guy Smith and Chris Dyson during pitstop sequences.
May 9th, 2012
Antonio Pizzonia will make his endurance racing debut in the American Le Mans Series with Conquest, the team has announced. The 31-year-old former Formula 1 driver will be the team’s third driver for this weekend’s round of the ALMS at Laguna Seca.
April 15th, 2012
Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr took an emphatic win in Saturday’s American Le Mans Series round on the Long Beach street circuit. The Muscle Milk/Pickett Racing HPD duo, who started from second on the grid, took the lead for the final time with around 30 minutes left to run and quickly opened a gap over polesitter Chris Dyson, who was sharing his Dyson Racing Lola-Mazda with Guy Smith
April 10th, 2012
Conquest has announced that it will run a Nissan engine in its LMP2 car for the remainder of the ALMS season.
February 26th, 2012
Martin Plowman will move to sportscar racing for 2012 having signed for Conquest’s new American Le Mans Series LMP2 programme. The 24-year-old Briton will share Conquest Endurance’s Morgan-Judd with sportscar regular David Heinemeier Hansson
by David Phillips on December 15th, 2011
Scott Speed and Shane van Gisbergen won the battles, but Brandon Davis won the war in the inaugural iRacing.com Pro Race of Champions (iPRoC). The first online event featuring an all star cast of 27 real world professional drivers from most of the world’s top race series, the iPRoC saw former F1 and NASCAR driver Speed take the victory in the opener, a 25 lap race for virtual Chevrolet Silverados at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Australian V8 Supercar standout Van Gisbergen responded with an equally impressive run in the finale, leading all ten laps at Watkins Glen International in his digital Mazda MX5. But it was NASCAR K&N Pro Series’ Davis, who finished .345s behind Speed at Charlotte and .167s behind van Gisbergen at the Glen who picked-up the overall win [...]
September 8th, 2011
Hideki Mutoh will return to the IndyCar fold when the series travels to Motegi, Japan, for the 16th round of the season next weekend. Mutoh will race for the Sam Schmidt Motorsport squad alongside 2011 regular Alex Tagliani, who currently lies 12th in the overall championship. Mutoh made his IndyCar debut for Super Aguri Panther Racing in 2007, and stayed in the series until 2010.
September 3rd, 2011
Will Power went quickest in the IndyCar practice session around the streets of Baltimore. The Australian established himself at the top early on with a 1m22.1384s effort, and aside from a brief intervention by Newman/Haas man James Hinchcliffe, remained the benchmark for the rest of the morning.
August 27th, 2011
Martin Plowman was a surprise pace-setter in the second IndyCar practice session at Sears Point on Saturday.
July 8th, 2011
Martin Plowman will make his IndyCar debut for Sam Schmidt Motorsports at Mid-Ohio next month. The 23-year-old Briton will also enter two more road course events at Sears Point and at the new Baltimore street circuit. “I’m thrilled to finally complete one of my goals, driving in the IndyCar Series,” said Plowman
May 28th, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — Wade Cunningham became the first three-time winner in the eight-year history of the Firestone Freedom 100 Friday afternoon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Cunningham, of Auckland, New Zealand, also won this marquee race for the Firestone Indy Lights Series last year and in 2006
April 18th, 2010
By Bruce Martin NSSN Correspondent LONG BEACH, Calif. — James Hinchcliffe put out a giant “No Passing Zone” around the streets of Long Beach by starting on the pole and leading all 45 laps of Sunday’s Firestone Indy Lights Grand Prix of Long Beach. It was the first career Indy Lights win in 18 starts for the Canadian driver.
April 11th, 2010
LEEDS, Ala. — Rookie driver J.K.
March 1st, 2010
LEEDS, Ala. — James Hinchcliffe and Team More Racing paced the first Firestone Indy Lights test of the season last week at Barber Motorsports Park as the series prepares for its opener next month in St. Petersburg, Fla.
by David Phillips on December 23rd, 2009
The December weather at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway may be frightful, but that’s not preventing a delightfully enthusiastic band of iRacers from racing their Dallara Indy cars. Did we say enthusiastic? Add illustrious, at least in some cases. With names like Power, Wilson and Scheckter, Bettenhausen, George and Krisiloff the entry list reads like a Who’s Who of Indy car racing, past, present and yet to come. Some are active Indy car drivers, others the sons and grandsons of some of the sport’s most legendary and influential figures, still others are rank ‘n file members of iRacing.com with names like Simpson, Doyle and Cress. Call them what you want, they call themselves the 16th Street Racing League. Thanks to iRacing.com, they get together every Wednesday evening from as far away [...]