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  • David Phillips
    Editor And Chief
    David Phillips is a long-time contributor to print and electronic publications in the U.S. and abroad, including Racer, Autosport, AutoWeek, Motor Sport and, oversees the daily updating of news stories and assigns, edits and contributes feature material for
  • Wil Vincent
    Contributing writer

    Wil is a 25 year old student, town planner, and sim racing commentator, most well known for his work as the lead commentator for GlacierTV. Wil got into commentating through his college student radio, where he also worked as a journalist and interviewer, covering gigs and festivals within the UK, and joined GlacierTV in February 2012, becoming lead commentator a month later. His work culminated in him commentating on the 2013 World Championship Grand Prix Series, iRacing Indy 500, and iRacing All Star Race. When he gets in the virtual cockpit, you'll normally see will taking on the thrill of IndyCar Oval racing, or trying his hand in GT action

    Outside of iRacing, Wil's an avid IndyCar fan, having watched the sport since the late 1990s, and always looks forward to the Month of May. He also enjoys watching NASCAR, Formula 1, and V8 Supercars.

  • Jeff Jacobs

    Jeff Jacobs started autocrossing with the SCCA in 1990 while a student at the University of Florida. He has competed in the SCCA's National Tour and ProSolo series since 1995, winning a ProSolo National Championship in H-Stock in 2011 driving a 2010 MINI Cooper. Jeff completed his SCCA Club Racing drivers' school in 2012 at Roebling Road in a Spec Miata. He currently writes a column for the SCCA's Northeast Division in SportsCar Magazine and is the Region Executive of the Philadelphia Region SCCA.

    Jeff joined iRacing in October 2012. After starting with the MX-5 and SRF cars, he has been concentrating on the Ford Mustang FR500S, competing in the Mustang Cup series and the Continental Endurance Sports Car Series.

  • Cam Stark
    contributing writer

    I began taking sim racing seriously about a year ago, but have loved motorsports from a young age. I began following Formula One first, then realized there are a huge variety of motorsports to watch. iRacing has opened my eyes even more to the diversity and volume of “real world” motorsports, let alone on the sim itself. With the huge varieties of series to choose from, you're spoiled for choice!

    Ever since I began iRacing, I wanted to improve on my ability, be it road or oval. Having not really heard about oval racing prior to November last year (blame the UK press), my mentality towards it has totally changed from what it would have initially been - it's awesome! I recently began road racing again - in the Star Mazda - and have been having a blast ever since. On top of racing the series I have the privilege of writing the articles for iRacing News.

    In all honesty I have surprised myself on iRacing. From being a fairly casual gamer/racer, it's been a world of difference, but it has far exceeded my expectations. I had a very brief stint driving in rFactor leagues, but I found my place of sim racing on this service, and I can't see myself stopping anytime soon.

  • Justin Sutton
    series contributor

    Justin is 29 and lives in Texas with his girlfriend and three dogs. Although always a fan of road racing growing up, Sutton never got the chance to participate in Sim-Racing until 2012 and didn't join iRacing until 2013. The son of a writer, and former resident of Connecticut and Philadelphia, his interests vary. Currently Sutton is a co-owner of YouTube channel focused on racing games and simulators and more specifically Formula One along with his partner Mikko from Finland (BoxBoxBoxGaming). Currently Sutton writes the Skip Barber F2000 and Lotus 49 articles (and the occasional F1 article) for iRacing News, and doesn't get nearly enough time to race the cars he writes about.

    Gaming is a big part of Sutton's life as well as he is both viewer and broadcaster on Twitch along with his girlfriend of seven years. In addition to being an aspiring writer he is a skilled speaker with a focus on commentary of races and hopes one day to do commentary for road racing of some kind.

  • Matt Holden

    Matt Holden began his involvement in motorsports at an early age, moving to Charlotte, NC when he was 6 months old. Growing up next door to a NASCAR TV personality, racing has always been a major part of his life. Currently studying Mechanical Engineering at UNC Charlotte, Matt works for US Legend Cars International as a technical inspector and race official at local tracks such as Charlotte Motor Speedway and Concord Speedway. Within iRacing, Matt is the Crew Chief for Gale Force Racing's #05 car in the NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series, as well as Chassis Engineer for the team's R&D program.

  • Paul Slavonik
    iRacingNews Series Writer

    For all intents and purposes, Paul Slavonik was a late-bloomer to racing. Growing up watching NASCAR drivers such as Davey Allison and Earnhardt Sr. was the furthest extent of Paul’s racing aspirations at the time. Fast forwarding 20 years, Paul began watching the UK show Top Gear and thus ensued a fascination with all things fast. Soon after, Paul stumbled upon and has been hooked on racing ever since.
    A United States Army Veteran, Certified Audio Engineer and aspiring author, Paul spends his time hanging out with his wife and working on his first book. Currently residing in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), TX, his favorite racing series is the Australian V8 Supercars (go FPR!) and he has recently joined a local ChumpCar racing team. Paul began writing news stories for iRacingNews in January of 2014 and currently covers the GT3 Challenge Series and the V8 Supercars Series.

  • Thiago Izequiel

    Born in 1985 in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Thiago Izequiel is a graphic and web designer, go kart racer, aiming to get a career in motorsports. He started racing in 2007 and joined iRacing in 2010. Thiago lives in Maricá, a little town located in Rio de Janeiro state, around 60km far away from Rio de Janeiro city. In 2014 he started to write for iRacing News and also started to design layouts for racing cars.

    Working as a freelancer today, he started working as a designer in 2006. After a few years working in web design agencies, Thiago decided to follow his dreams and quit his job to work with a racing driver named Suzane Carvalho in 2011, on her driver's school. Things didn't worked out as expected and Thiago, after getting jobs as a front-end developer and social media content developer, went back to the dream path as a freelancer so he could have more time to focus on his driving career.

  • David Moulthrop
    NASCAR Contributor

    David Moulthrop is an award winning motorsports photo journalist and has covered auto racing since the mid-seventies. While he is most well known for his NASCARimages he has also covered F1, American Road Racing, and IndyCar on a regular basis. He has been published in numerous magazines, newspapers and online news sites including, National Speed Sport News, Area Auto Racing News, Auto Racing USA, Stock Car Magazine, Sprint Cup Dateline, and Jayski. David joined the iRacing team in 2004 as a contract photographer and became iRacing's Laser Scan Project Manager in 2005.

  • Jack Davidson
    Staff Videographer

    Jack is a recent grad from Boston University with a passion for filmmaking as well as racing. He grew up playing games such as the Need For Speed series, Gran Turismo, and more recently, the GRID and DIRT franchises.

  • Jason Lofing Series Writer
    Jason is 21 years old and was born and raised in Elk Grove. California. A big time NASCAR fan, he hasn’t missed a race on Sunday in years. Lofing is also a huge San Fransisco Giants fan and tries to take in at least a couple games a year. Other than sim racing, his biggest (and far more expensive!) hobby is photography. Although he is rather new to sim racing, Lofing has already accomplished some pretty impressive results, qualifying for the 2011 iRacing Oval Pro Series in Season 1, 2011, winning the inaugural Landon Cassill Qualifying Challenge and finishing runner-up in the second one.
  • Katier Scott
    Contributing Writer
    I am a veteran sim racer who first started racing way back in 1993 on the SPRTSIMS section of Compuserve with a league who can trace themselves all the way to the present. Within that league I act as Chief Steward and try to bring the unique viewpoint that this experience gives me into my articles.
    I have a BA (Hons) in Journalism and Editorial design and have been writing for seven years and currently cover the Lotus 79 CTC and Radical series alongside my freelance work. Living in the UK, as well as motorsports I love Photography, Arts and Crafts and reading.
  • David Ifeguni
    Contributing Writer
    I was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1988 and moved to Midland, Michigan when I was two years old. I stayed there until third grade when I moved to Farmington Hills, Michigan and now I currently live in Naperville, IL where I'm attending Metea Valley High School as a 9th grader. In the past, I have participated in soccer and this year I plan on joining swimming or water polo. My family includes my 15 year old sister, a 7 year old sister and my mom and dad. I have been writing since 6th grade and have participated in many writing contests in my school and have received several awards for writing.
    My fascination for motorsports began when I was nine. The first NASCAR race I watched on TV was the 2009 Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway, won by Kasey Kahne. My favorite NASCAR drivers are Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr, and Jimmie Johnson. I have watched all the races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series since 2010. I currently have three wins on iRacing, two of them in the Nationwide car at Daytona and one in the Street stocks at Charlotte. My favorite car and type of track on iRacing is the Nationwide Series (B Class) car and superspeedways.

Charlotte Tightens GTC Championship Battles

by Jeff Jacobs on July 29th, 2015

On lap 10 of 19 it was still and six-way battle at the front the Solstice class as Frank Giesler2 (#1) goes door to door with Christian Challiner (#3) while Chris E Pence (#7) and others give chase.

Fewer than 40 points separate the top two drivers in all three class championship battles in the Grand Touring Cup. With 738 sim-racers competing in at least one of the 96 official races at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s road course during Week 6, there was no shortage of opportunities to score championship points coming into the mid-point of Season 3. The new iRacing scoring system has made it harder for one driver to run away with a class championship early in the season. Series racers have been rewarded with championship battles that promise to come down to the final week of racing. The biggest shakeup came in the Solstice class where defending champion Brad Wootton lost his grip on the top spot to Frank Giesler2. While more than 400 Solstice [...]

Tour Mods Battle at Lucas Oil Raceway

by Kyle Odaynik on July 28th, 2015

Lucas Oil Raceway hosted the Tour Mods in Week 6.

The sixth week of the NASCAR iRacing Tour Modified Series brought the sim racers to Lucas Oil Raceway and marked the half way point in the season for the modifieds.  A 19 car field would take the green, with the Untamed Motorsports duo of Chris Forster (pole) and Jerold John on the front row.  In fact. Untamed Motorsports swept the top five starting spots with Keith Jeffery, Rick Webster and Kyle Odaynik occupying places three, four and five on the grid, respectively. The opening laps were intense as the track’s wide surface enabled wheel-to-wheel sim racing throughout the field.   The first eight laps went green before Wicked Autosports teammates Seth DeMerchant and Christian Pedersen made contact as Pedersen got loose and slid into DeMerchant.  With nowhere to go and little [...]

Behind the Scenes: The NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series powered by – The Oval Office

by Matt Holden on July 28th, 2015


Being a participant in the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series comes with its own small amount of fame.  Nick Ottinger gets asked questions all the time like, “Who paints your car?”, “What wheel/pedals do you use?”, and “Do you really have a ponytail?”  Peter Fisher and I, however, see a much smaller range of inquiries.  Aside from Peter’s weekly “Can you call the pace car?”, the question I’ve been asked most often is “What are you looking at during a race?”  There are a lot of people who are curious about what goes on, and that’s what we’ll look at, but first here’s the answer to the ponytail question: The evolution of “crew members” in sim racing has exploded over the past few years.  I remember when iRacing first opened to [...]

NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Tonight!

by David Phillips on July 28th, 2015


More than 40 of the world’s best sim racers will be looking to kiss the virtual yard of bricks at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway tonight on in Round Eleven of the 2015 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series.  The 100 lap race will be broadcast at 8:45 PM eastern (00:45 GMT Wednesday). With five wins to his credit already, Kenny Humpe is the odds-on favorite, but two time champion Ray Alfalla is keen to take a chunk out of Humpe’s series point lead and what better way to do it that with a win at the Brickyard?   Meanwhile, Chad Laughton, Chris Overland and Bryan Blackford are within striking distance of Alfalla and would love nothing better than to make some inroads of their own in the chase for the top spots. [...]

Hollyday Runs Circles Around Modifieds at Oxford

by Pete Zehler on July 28th, 2015

Hollyday does doughnuts at The Circle.

Week 6 of the NASCAR SK Modifieds Series brought the sim racers to Oxford Speedway, known to iRacers as simply “The circle.” Marking-in at  3/8 mile, Oxford is a flat track . . . with a twist.  The track’s circular shape makes it rare for sim racers to run full throttle for a full lap; rather, the trick to mastering Oxford is to set-up your car to hug the curbs in the corners. This week’s finale Monday night would see some of iRacing’s biggest stars take to the track in a 2445 strength of field.  Ryan Gavel qualified on pole with Matt Bontempi to his immediate right in second place. When the pace car headed to pit lane, Gavel got a great jump and started pulling Bontempi immediately.  Within [...]

Get to Know: Dexter Castro

by David Ifeguni on July 27th, 2015


iRacer Dexter Castro celebrates his four year anniversary on iRacing in a couple days and in that time, he has accomplished . . . well, a lot of things on and off the sim. Not even being diagnosed with high-functioning Asperger’s Syndrome at age 12 has stopped him from his living life and from tearing-up the virtual track. The 20 year old has nearly 140 career victories in 666 oval starts, and has raced to victory lane in eight official races on road courses. In addition, Castro (who hails from “the land of the mosquito-bird” aka Maine) has an IndyCar division championship on his very long iRacing resume. Learn more about Dexter in this week’s edition of Get to Know… Q:    What attracted you to racing in the first place? [...]

From A Dig Motorsports’ “Tough Trucks” – Beating the Wicked Hot Heat in Loudon

by Scott Smith on July 27th, 2015

A fantastic battle between a pair of Scott Smiths late in the race.  After three laps of hard sim-racing it would be the "evil twin" Scott Smith4 (3) coming out on top.

A strong breeze rolls off the sea.  Curling waves thunderously pummel the hard-packed sands below.  Seagulls effortlessly hover within the vortex created above; the breeze begins moving inland.  Over the course of the next thirty miles, the breeze dances with tree limbs, gently tickles the petals of the abundant purple lilacs, and provides relief to the animals.  It’s an unusually hot day in “The Granite State.” and thousands of sun-drenched fans sitting at Loudon’s New Hampshire Motor Speedway are also in need of relief.  As the breeze finally greets the giant, concrete-pillared grandstands, the once gentle breeze is now nothing more than a whisper, but it’s enough.  Enough to rejuvenate countless NASCAR fans as they wipe away the sweat from their brows, flip open the top of the cooler, crack [...]

PR1/Mathiasen Prototype wins Lime Rock’s Northeast Grand Prix

July 26th, 2015

PR1/Mathiasen Prototype wins Lime Rock’s Northeast Grand Prix

By Dave Moulthrop  ( Lakeville, CT) Mike Kimber-Smith and teammate Mike Guasch celebrated the return of Prototype racing to Lime Rock Park after a one year absence by winning their third Tudor PC Challange race of the season by a 8.304 second margin, but that was hardly the story.  The first 65 laps of the 2 hr. 40 min. timed  event were dominated my fastest qualifier Stephen Simpsom in the JDC/ Miller Motorsports Prototype as he lapped one competitor after another with only a few of the PC Challange cars on the same lap when he made his first scheduled pit stop. Then second place Conor Daly took the lead for a brief three laps before Simpson reclaimed it. His time at the point was short lived when the car [...]

Aero Wars: The uphill battle NASCAR has gotten itself into

by Matt Holden on July 25th, 2015


The year is 1968.  The racing series:  Formula 1.  Colin Chapman bolts a small front wing and a rear spoiler onto Graham Hill’s Lotus 49.  The result is tremendous.  All Formula 1 teams follow suit in affixing their cars with some kind of aerofoil-shaped device on their cars.  Dubbed “guillotine” wings because….well never mind, let’s just end that with the fact that they were banned at one point in 1969 and returned after the FIA was able to drum up some rules on how they could be attached to the cars. What does the 1968 Formula 1 season have anything to do with NASCAR?  That’s like asking what did the Wright Flyer do for Boeing’s 747!  The moment Chapman bolted a wing onto Hill’s car, it started a revolution.  Many [...]

Stephen Simpson grabs pole for Northeast Grand Prix

July 25th, 2015

Stephen Simpson grabs pole for Northeast Grand Prix

 by Dave Moulthrop  -   Cape Town, South Africa’s Stephen Simpson will lead the field to the green flag  Saturday for the first visit of The TUDOR United SportsCar Championship to Lime Rock Park in Lime Rock, CT,  The formation of the United Sportscar Series last year caused the reset of all records allowing Simpson the gaurantee of a new track record for the PC class which last ran Lime Rock in 2013 with The American Lemans Series. Simpson’s JDC/Miller Motorsports ORECA FLM09 fastest lap was set during lap 5 of his 10 laps at an average speed 108.172 mph around the 1.5 circuit. Second fastest time was set was set by the PC Prototype of Conor Daley and James French 0.642 seconds off the pace. The qualifing session was cut short [...]

Solo Drivers Dominate Blancpain Endurance Series

by Paul Slavonik on July 24th, 2015


For many drivers, the Blancpain Endurance Series is oftentimes seen as a unique challenge given the sheer length of the online races. Additionally, it’s no secret that the Endurance Series takes a bit more finesse than its Sprint Series counterpart in that one must look after their car for a longer period of time should one hope to finish well…or at all. It certainly takes a special kind of driver/sim-racer to look at a three-hour race and say, “Challenge accepted” despite the fact that they don’t even have a team to split the driving duties. That would be like Jan Magnussen telling Antonio Garcia and Ryan Briscoe at the Rolex 24 at Daytona “No worries, guys. I’ve got this”. However, as we finished out the week of sim-racing at [...]

Alatalo Runs Riot at America’s National Park of Speed

by Cam Stark on July 24th, 2015

A spectacular end to the race with Keanie feeling the brunt of the concrete barrier.

Week 5 of the Pro Mazdas season saw them head up north to the state of Wisconsin where one of  America’s most historic circuits awaited them: Road America. Featuring 14 corners over its 6.515km layout there would be no shortage of a good fight at this track. With two long straights to draft on and a section of winding corners it would be hard to see how overtakes could be few and far between . . . especially with the strong draft model. Pole position was taken by Riku Alatalo in a time of a 2.06.006.  The Finn was only marginally ahead of Justin Brunner, .024s to be precise. Alatalo and his teammate – Joonas Puhakka – used the long straights and draft to the best of the Pro Mazda’s [...]

Two Great Drivers’ Tracks for GTC Series

by Jeff Jacobs on July 24th, 2015

An epic three car battle played out over 15 laps at Zandvoort between Jetta competitors Damion Nobel (#7), Christian Laut (#12) and Bryan de Bruyn (#2).

Two tracks nearly half the globe apart provided two weeks of great racing for the serious sim-racers in’s Grand Touring Cup. Week 4 featured an exciting roller-coaster ride through the Dutch hills at the Circuit Park Zandvoort Grand Prix course. Week 5 brought on the demanding and thrilling figure-eight layout of Suzuka Circuit – designed by Dutchman John Hugenholtz who was the director of Zandvoort for 25 years. Both virtual tracks must be purchased on the service, so participation tended to be much lower than on the tracks that are complimentary or that are used more frequently. But series racers who made the investment were rewarded with terrific drives and close racing. Mustang class competitor Mike Eshuis was excited about the opportunity to run Zandvoort: “There’s enough places [...]

Music Claims Victory at Homestead

by Justin Laxton on July 23rd, 2015

Music started and finished P1 at Homestead.

Rick Music led 35 laps, including the final 10, to claim the Overdrive Graphics 200 in the opening round of the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by Overdrive Graphics. Deadzone Racing’s Jonathan Goke, returning from testing Star Mazdas, finished runner-up ahead of last night’s practice race winner James Krahula from Unacceptable Racing. The night’s festivities began with the Last Chance Qualifier. This season’s LCQ, featured a new format, which afforded drivers nearly two hours to attempt a two lap qualifying run. The drama began early with names such as Michel De Jong, Bradley Walters, Ryan Lowe, Charles Eisenbarth, James Krahula, Ryan Bowles, Mark Goodwin, Mark Norbert, and Thomas Engle initially missing the race. However, due to absences from locked-in drivers, De Jong, Lowe and Krahula were allowed to race. No Name [...]

Back Down to Business at COTA

by Brenton O'Brien on July 23rd, 2015

He didn't win seven V8 championships by chance . . .  Down withstood race-long pressure from Grigg-Gault to score a great win.

It was a great welcome back to two of the category’s finest drivers in multiple series champion Madison Down and the 2014 Premier Series Champion Richard Hamstead for Round 5 of the official V8 Supercar Series championship at the Circuit of the Americas – West circuit. Qualifying A hot clear day confronted the field at the tight COTA track.  The 12 minute qualifying session on the West configuration was dominated by seven time champion Down driving for Trans Tasman Racing in the Holden Commodore. With a fastest time of 1:33.124, Down edged the series leader Ethan Grigg-Gault for pole by the largest gap we have seen for the season, that being four tenths of a second.  In a repeat of last week, Evolution Racing Australia’s Ian Ford filled the [...]

iSS Racing Series: Super 10 Round Chase Recap

by Evan Posocco on July 23rd, 2015


Two races of the five round Championship Chase for the Racing Series are in the books as of last Friday evening at the virtual Talladega Superspeedway. The iSuperChase grid, which was created by combining the drivers with wins on the year, along with any winless drivers in the top five in championship points before the chase began, was reduced significantly after the event that concluded the first round in the championship playoff at the hallowed grounds of Talladega, AL. As a part of the three round title fight, featuring a two race long ‘Super 10′ Round to begin with, followed by another two race long ‘Superior 6′ Round before the final three go to Daytona as a part of the ‘Supreme 3′ where the highest finisher takes the title, [...]

Hollyday Plays Strategy Card; Kisses Virtual Bricks

by Scott Smith on July 22nd, 2015

Hollyday (15) rebounded from from early-race contact with Keegan Leahy (11) to twin at the Brickyard.

Round 18 of the NASCAR Xfinity iRacing Class B Open Series took place last night at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with the top-split broadcast on iRacingLive.  Whether in virtual or real-space, all drivers who grip the steering wheel and take control of their racing machines want to experience the euphoria that comes along with winning at the historic speedway – not to mention, the lovely taste of clay, shale, and rubber, after the traditional “kissing of the bricks.”  At the conclusion of last night’s 50 lap sim-race, we added a new name to the virtual speedways’ long list of victors: Richard Hollyday.  After starting deep in the field (20th) the sim-racer who calls Apex, NC home, led the final 13 laps when a pit-stop strategy call propelled his BBH [...]

Majeski’s Thunder Valley Comeback

by Pete Zehler on July 21st, 2015

The race ended badly for

Week 6 of the NASCAR SK Modifieds Series brought the sim racers to Bristol Motor Speedway, otherwise known as Thunder Valley. Marking in at a half mile, Bristol isn’t your typical short track. High banks create chaotic situations and with the top runners racing wide open for more than half the race, things can become a mess with multigroove sim racing. In this week’s finale Monday night we would see some of iRacing’s biggest stars take to the track in a 2563 strength of field. Pole winner John Minotto clocked in with a lap at 14.945s which was enough to beat Ty Majeski who started on the outside of the front row.  When the F.I.R.S.T. Ford Mustang pace car pulled-off Minotto got on the loud peddle but immediately it [...]

Huttu Makes 50

by Wil Vincent on July 21st, 2015

Greger Huttu scored his 50th Grand Prix win at Twin Ring Motegi with a typically flawless drive.

The summer break for the iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series gave teams and drivers the chance to regroup after a busy first half of the season. For some, it was the chance to reflect upon their successes, and use this as a platform to improve further for the back end of the season.  For others, the process was more immediate; the need to regroup quickly, and make a determined attempt to move up the standings. One of these teams was Coanda Simsport, who, despite wins to their name, had again fallen short in their attempt to surpass Team Redline’s Greger Huttu, whom after victory at Silverstone, was just one win away from something special. His 50th win in the series. To understand the magnitude of Huttu’s potential success, one [...]

Dalton Rebounds with a Kentucky Romp

by Corey Davie on July 21st, 2015

Chad Dalton (#77) takes the checkered flag first ahead of Matt Rominger (#04), Scott Simley (#4), and Matt Delk (#6).

From the silky smooth high banks of Daytona to the teeth-rattling bumps in Kentucky, the ITSR Power Series continued its Season Ten trek with the 250-mile Marcus Napier Sr. Memorial under the lights at the Kentucky Speedway. Before the race, the Fast 5 qualifying session gave the top five qualifiers an extra five minutes to improve their lap times.  Looking to bounce back after an early wreck at Daytona, Chad Dalton laid down a blistering lap of 29.854 seconds early in the qualifying session and it held up to give him the pole position.  Matt Delk, Tim Johnston, David Boden and Mike Rominger rounded-out the top five starting positions in the 33-car grid. Once the green flag waved, it didn’t stay out for long.  Two cautions in the first ten [...]