- iRacing.com Announces iRacing 2.020,273
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May 19th, 2013
Fabian Coulthard halted Jamie Whincup’s winning streak by defeating the Triple 8 Holdens in race three of V8 Supercars’ Austin weekend. Whincup had won both Saturday races to add to his two wins out of three in the preceding event at Barbagallo
May 6th, 2013
David Ragan admits he was stunned by his late surge to victory in a rain-hit NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Talladega. Aided by a push from Front Row team-mate David Gilliland, Ragan charged from the fringes of the top 10 to snatch victory in a green-white-chequer two-lap dash to the finish.
May 4th, 2013
Craig Lowndes set a new record for V8 Supercars race wins as he took his 91st career win in race one at Barbagallo to move ahead of Mark Skaife in the history books. In the first half of the race Lowndes was content to sit behind Triple 8 Holden team-mate Jamie Whincup. But Lowndes had the pace in part two, and slipped ahead into the first corner three laps after the half-time break.
April 21st, 2013
Alex Rins claimed his maiden Moto3 victory at Austin in a race split by a severe accident for Jasper Iwema. The Dutchman suffered a horrible high-side on lap 12, and had to be treated on the track after landing on his neck.
April 13th, 2013
A pair of stunning overtaking moves gave Felix Rosenqvist victory in a breathtaking second Formula 3 European Championship race at Silverstone. The Swede beat polesitter Harry Tincknell into the first corner, but relinquished the lead at the end of an early safety-car period; being overtaken by Tincknell and Will Buller at the restart
April 5th, 2013
Lotus boss Eric Boullier says he would not impose team orders so early in a Formula 1 season, following the controversy over Red Bull’s ‘multi 21′ team spat in the Malaysian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel battled past Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber at Sepang despite the squad requesting that they hold position to the finish.
June 16th, 2012
Audi’s grip on the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours tightened as the sole remaining Toyota TS030 hit trouble at the race’s restart just after the six-hour mark. The green flags flew almost exactly an hour after Anthony Davidson’s massive crash brought out the safety car for the first time, but it took barely 30 seconds before Toyota hit further trouble. Marcel Fassler’s lead #1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro got bottled up as it tried to navigate its way past the sister #4 R18 ultra of Oliver Jarvis and through a group of post-safety car traffic.
April 29th, 2012
Kyle Busch claimed his first NASCAR Sprint Cup win of the season by holding off a charging Dale Earnhardt Jr in a short sprint to the finish at Richmond. Joe Gibbs Racing driver Busch took his fourth consecutive victory at the track’s spring event, making the most of a quick final stop from his crew which allowed him to lead the field during the final restart, ahead of reigning champion Tony Stewart
April 28th, 2012
Andrew Jordan will start on pole for the first British Touring Car race at Thruxton this weekend after a dramatic qualifying. The session started damp but with no rain, so there was a mix of slicks-wets, all-slicks, and all-wets tyre choices made by the teams and drivers
April 10th, 2012
IndyCar is hoping that changes being introduced to its pitlane rules will shorten the amount of time spent under yellows and make restarts fairer for drivers at the front of the field. Starting with this weekend’s race in Long Beach, the pitlane will be kept open during non-emergency full-course yellows, and lapped traffic will be moved to the back of the field prior to the restart. Cars that are not on the lead lap will be directed to drive down pitlane on their limiters during the restart and rejoin the field at the back.
by Tim Doyle on February 16th, 2012
The Milwaukee Mile, the oldest operating motor speedway in the world, hosted Round 3 of the 2012 Season 1 iRacing.com IZOD IndyCar Series. The one mile track is one of the toughest the series travels to and usually provides great short track action. 29 drivers showed-up to do battle, with the Top Split comprising 15 of the higher iRated drivers. Shaun Stroud led qualifying to earn the pole position with a 21.702 second lap, while Tim Doyle’s 21.767s lap earned him a spot on the outside of the front row. Chris Cahoe, Matthew Lambertson and Niles Anders rounded-out the top five in a starting field blanketed by just over half a second. The start of the 135 lap race saw Stroud jump out to the early lead with Doyle and [...]
November 20th, 2011
Marco Wittmann said he still felt like a moral winner of the Macau Grand Prix – after seeing his victory hopes dashed by a safety car restart. The German had been in dominant form in the early stages of the race, pulling out a 2.7-second advantage at the head of the field, before seeing his lead wiped away by a safety car
November 20th, 2011
Daniel Juncadella won a thrilling Macau Grand Prix on Sunday after making the most of a safety car restart to haul himself to the head of the field. Juncadella had been running fourth for Prema early on as pole position man Marco Wittmann (Signature) raced away at the front – opening up a 2.7 seconds gap at one point
September 25th, 2011
Sebastian Vettel moved to the brink of a second title by winning the Singapore Grand Prix, but Jenson Button’s runner-up finish meant the German was one point shy of the championship lead he required to wrap things up for 2011. Vettel utterly dominated the majority of the race. The Red Bull man was a second per lap faster than his pursuers at first, and though the pack closed up with a mid-race safety car after Michael Schumacher clipped Sergio Perez and was launched into a violent accident – from which he emerged unhurt – Vettel had a cushion of backmarkers behind him at the restart and was eight seconds clear again after just one lap.
August 24th, 2011
Ryan Hunter-Reay’s controversial victory at New Hampshire has been upheld after a three-man IndyCar panel denied protests lodged by the Newman/Haas and Chip Ganassi Racing squads. Hunter-Reay was declared the winner by race organisers, but controversy reigned as Oriol Servia (Newman/Haas) and Scott Dixon (Ganassi) passed him on the final restart prior to the race being halted. Several cars lost control on that final restart however, which was made in wet conditions that several drivers and teams thought too much to return to racing.
August 14th, 2011
Ryan Hunter-Reay earned his first win of the season following a farcical close to a chaotic and frequently interrupted race at New Hampshire. The race swung on two of six restarts, with the first major incident coming when race leader Dario Franchitti – who had been utterly dominant in the opening third of the race – clashed with Takuma Sato, the Scot spearing into the pit wall and out of the race
August 7th, 2011
KNOXVILLE, Iowa — Shane Stewart made it back-to-back ASCS Knoxville Nationals championships by taking the $10,000 winner’s share in Saturday night’s 25-lap Lucas Oil ASCS presented by K&N Filters feature event atop the half-mile Knoxville Raceway clay oval. Stewart held off a mid-race bid from Sammy Swindell and then slipped away in the final circuits aboard Paul Silva’s Wesmar-powered Rockstar Energy Drink No. 57 A.R.T
July 31st, 2011
Stefano Coletti charged from 21st on the grid to win a thrilling GP2 race in changeable conditions at the Hungaroring. The Trident driver was one of the few in the field to start the race on slicks, and he was up to 12th once the majority of the field switched from wet tyres. Just as everyone came in for tyres the safety car was deployed as Max Chilton crashed exiting Turn 2.
June 19th, 2011
Felipe Nasr extended his already substantial lead of the British Formula 3 championship by dominating a wet final race at Brands Hatch this afternoon. The Brazilian Carlin driver started third, but leapt straight into second as Sino Visions Adderly Fong was slow away from second on the grid. Nasr then harried his polesitting team-mate Rupert Svendsen-Cook, before diving through to take the lead at Graham Hill bend on lap seven of 26.
June 5th, 2011
Yvan Muller bagged his first World Touring Car Championship victory of the season in a rain-hit second race at the Hungaroring.