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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.

Iivonen Dominates The Glen

by Jason Lofing on December 3rd, 2014

Iivonen led all but one lap en route to a convincing win at The Glen.

Teemu Iivonen scored his first career NASCAR iRacing Pro Series win in absolutely dominating fashion at Watkins Glen International on Tuesday night. The Finn, who also holds a Road Pro license, looked right at home on the road course and led 44 of 45 laps en route to his triumph. After starting on the pole by a wide margin, Iivonen quickly built a comfortable margin over the pack and won by 15.4 seconds. “Though I personally don’t consider this as (an) Oval win because it wasn’t, it’s still a W in one of the highest series in the world. I’m happy to bring it to my teammates, my flag, and everyone who helps me out in this series!” said Iivonen. It was apparent from the start that barring a mistake [...]

Glen’s Draft Brings Thrilling Finishes in GTC

by Jeff Jacobs on November 26th, 2014

All three classes in the Grand Touring Cup enjoyed close class battles and edge-of-seat mixed-class action during fast laps around Watkins Glen’s Classic course.  Dan Rasch (#1) works past Benjamin Gregory (#20) and Mackenzie Korince (#5).

The draft giveth, the draft taketh away. Such were the fortunes of the nearly 900 sim-racers who competed on Watkins Glen’s Classic circuit to open the second-half of Season 4 in the Grand Touring Challenge. The long, flat-out run from Turn 1 to Turn 5 frequently featured train-like configurations of Mustangs, Jettas, and Solstices, occasionally two- and three-wide. Drivers in the lead entering Turn 1 prayed for a perfect exit to put some distance on the car behind them. Drivers in the chase position vied to stay close enough to capitalize on the strong draft and take over the lead by the end of the long straight. Even drivers running third and fourth capitalized on the draft to challenge for the lead. But those who made their move too [...]

Grand Touring Leaders Dominate At Bathurst

by Jeff Jacobs on November 21st, 2014

In the closing laps of a race at Bathurst, Javier Torres (#10) and Jerome Marschall (#6) battled in a drag race only inches apart down the full length of Mountain Straight into Turn 2.

Utter a silent prayer going into Brock’s Skyline. Gather a deep breath and grip the wheel. Then fling yourself into The Esses, aiming for that ribbon of pavement between unforgiving walls of concrete. Suddenly around The Elbow, exhale and nail the throttle to the floor. This was the routine for sim-racers in the Grand Touring Cup for 11 laps around Mount Panorama during Week 3 of the six-week series. Early concern about The Esses attracting multi-class pile ups in the multi-class series gave way to thrilling racing and rave reviews from the 600 Mustang, Jetta, and Solstice drivers who dared to challenge Bathurst’s four mile circuit. “There is just a hair between a good race and mayhem and disaster,” explained Bryan de Bruyn. “But when in battle with equally [...]

DE-AT-CH Drivers Bolt to Early Radicals Lead

November 13th, 2014

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The DE-AT-CH duo of Willi Kuhlmann and Gerd Hoefferer made the early running in the first round of what will hopefully be another classic season in the SR8 Radical. Changes between seasons 3 and 4 were minimal with global tyre changes and a greater range of spring adjustment. Kuhlmann and Hoefferer were separated by just two points and six ahead of Iberia’s Jairo Via and a further four ahead of UK&I’s David Burnett. In contrast to last season, when Division 2 drivers made the early running, all four leaders are from Division 1, with the first Division 2 drivers holding the next three spots in the overall championship. Miko Harji, Ricardo Inacio and Ian Card are the trio leading the second Division with all three separated by just five points [...]

Irby Untouchable at Watkins Glen

by James Prostell Jr. on November 4th, 2014


WATKINS GLEN, NY – Over the past seven weeks, The Red Sox Racing League’s GT Battle has brought its band of teams and drivers to some of the most iconic racetracks to be found, and with round eight meaning a trip to Watkins Glen International, that trend continues. League members are certainly no strangers to “The Glen,” as each season almost invariably finds its way to upstate New York’s high speed, 3.4-mile, 12-turn road course. As a change of pace, this season’s race takes place on the NASCAR version of the track, avoiding the four turns that comprise the “boot” section and making each lap almost a mile shorter. Adding to the excitement, Round 8, the Skip The Boot 30, will be a thirty-minute sprint race that also serves as Round [...]

GPL Hits The Glen; The Glen Hits Back

by Justin Sutton on October 30th, 2014

Plumley takes an unconventional pit entrance.

Whenever Watkins Glen hosts the Grand Prix Legends the entertainment level is high, so when the sim-racers and their Lotus 49s arrived in the Finger Lakes for a 15 lap race (with boot) we expected nothing less a spectacular race.  Victor Perelman took pole position ahead of Darwin Meints and Sandeep Banerjee, but a nearly full 30 minutes of sim racing separated them from a good finishing position and a nice points haul. The action started almost immediately for Robert Plumley in P10 as he got a much better start than the cars ahead of him, but not quite as good a start as Michael Grisinger in P11.  As they launched down the Start/Finish straight they went four-wide and in a flash there was contact between Plumley and Grisinger which [...]

Martti’s Blog – Tough Luck?

by Martti Pietilä on October 27th, 2014

Thanks to support from his teammates, an understanding wife and a timely steering wheel tweak the end of the season brought a return to form . . . and eager anticipation for the 2015 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series.

Coanda Simsport‘s Martti Pietilä endured a roller coaster of a 2014 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix season, one that started out with great promise only to gradually turn uncompetitive before a late season resurgence.  Martti takes us along for the ride with his blog . . . I guess I could say that I got the idea for this blog already right after the 2nd Spa-Francorchamps qualifying. At least the title fits really well, as what was my most promising qualifying since the start of the season, turned into one of the fastest races I have ever done; it ended at about the same time I got into second gear. Even though that start/race ending could have been considered tough luck, I am not going to spend an entire blog [...]

Is It Really Too Tough To Tame?

by Dylan Kapisky on September 23rd, 2014

The SAFER Barrier eagerly awaits at Darlington . . .

NASCAR’s first paved superspeedway has been called “The Track Too Tough To Tame.”  Known for its red and white walls that, once the green flag drops, “magically” become increasingly black — even as the right sides of the cars “magically” develop black stripes of their own – Darlington is also called “The Lady in Black.”  Of course, there’s nothing magic about the track.  The “Darlington Stripe” is the result of  cars scraping against the track’s retaining walls, particularly on the exit of the final turn of the egg shaped track. Yet, even the red and while walls lining straightaways wind-up with door paint by the time the checkered flag waves. Why? “The line is right next to the wall. If you slip a little bit, you’ll get damage,” two-time NASCAR [...]

A Different Way to Introduce Sim Racing Teams

by Thiago Izequiel on August 27th, 2014


The “Desafio das Equipes” (Teams’ Challenge) made its debut on August 1. This Brazilian league started their activities with a different approach: aiming to give more focus on brazilian sim racing teams (for a start) who are part of the Brazilian sim racing scene. An oval series, the events run on a biweekly schedule, counting a total of 10 races, finishing by December 5. Each event has a challenging team, who borrows its name for the hosted session, sponsored by “Óticas Diniz” and with the support of Racespot, that broadcasts live via streaming each race. Running Nationwide series Chevrolet Camaros and Ford Mustangs, the 10 races schedule includes Daytona, Texas, Atlanta, Auto Club Speedway, Talladega, Watkins Glen, Michigan, Indianapolis, Charlotte and Las Vegas. The events at Daytona and Texas already [...]

Q&A with Ray Alfalla

by Dylan Kapisky on August 26th, 2014

Once again, Alfalla is in the thick of the race for the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series title.

Ray Alfalla is on a mission in the 2014 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Powered by  Having captured successive titles in 2011 and ’12, he was denied a “three-peat” last year when Tyler Hudson came from behind in the final three races to capture the 2013 crown  Suffice to say, Alfalla is out to start another title streak this year. To that end he has rebounded from a disappointing start to the season that saw him finish P21 and P20 at Daytona and Las Vegas to score five top fives, including a win at Indianapolis.  As the 2014 season heads into the home stretch, Alfalla  finds himself second in the standings with 384 points, 23 adrift of series-leading Michael Conti. A busy Dylan Kapisky spoke with Ray to discuss the [...]

Q&A with Nick Ottinger

by Dylan Kapisky on August 25th, 2014

Ottinger has taken the mid-season switch to Toyota in stride.

With seven wins to his credit, Nick Ottinger has been a more frequent visitor to Victory Lane than any other competitor in the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series over the past two seasons.   Despite six wins, however, he finished behind Tyler Hudson and Ray Alfalla in the 2013 standings.  And with another win to his credit this year (along with four more top five finishes) the Claremont, NC-based sim racer finds himself in familiar territory heading into the final four rounds of the 2014 campaign.  With 381 championship points to his credit, Ottinger is currently in third place behind two-time champion Alfalla and series-leading Michael Conti as the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series gears-up for tomorrow’s event at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Dylan Kapisky caught-up with Ottinger over the weekend to discuss his [...]

Q&A with Michael Conti

by Dylan Kapisky on August 22nd, 2014

Conti showed a clean pair of heels to the competition at Watkins Glen.

As the 2014 NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series season enters its final four race stretch at Atlanta, Richmond, Darlington and Homestead, Michael Conti (407) is atop the standings ahead of former series champion Ray Alfalla (384), Nick Ottinger (381) and Chad J Laughton (378).  Conti heads to the virtual Atlanta Motor Speedway on the heels of his series-best third victory of the season at Watkins Glen. Dylan Kapisky spoke with the New Jersey-based sim racer to discuss his season to date, along with a variety of other topics. Q:    This first question is about the last race (Watkins Glen).  You wanted to lead every lap, and came very close (47/50).  Are you upset that you missed those three laps? A:    No, not at all. Leading 99% of the laps is fine [...]

Alfalla, Bolton, Luza Share Honours in NiS

August 20th, 2014

racing games

The NASCAR iRacing Series made its second trip to a road course this season – namely to Watkins Glen International in upstate New York. The 2.4 mile ‘Cup’ configuration contains the Inner Loop section, where drivers struggle to get their cars slowed and turned into the double chicane of a corner – both in qualifying and race trim, offering potential overtaking moves and opportunities that we don’t see on the traditional oval courses. Ray Alfalla scored the most points at Watkins in the Open Series, by winning the largest SoF race of the week, which – in keeping with tradition — turned out to be Race One of the week. Alfalla took away 399 points from the 6220 SoF, and by leading every lap, driving the fastest lap and pulling [...]

Conti Dominant at The Glen

by Jason Lofing on August 13th, 2014

Conti (right) got the jump on Alfalla at the start and motored to his third win of the season.

Michael Conti scored his series-leading third victory in the 2014 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Powered by, this time taking the checkered flag in the series’ inaugural visit to Watkins Glen International. Conti started from the pole and quickly built a comfortable lead on his way to leading 47 of the 50 laps, only relinquishing the lead to make his pit stop. “We got us a road course win!” said Conti, who was both thrilled and relieved at the same time. “Awesome race for the #5!” Nick Ottinger, who pushed Conti hard on the second stint, finished runner-up ahead of Ray Alfalla followed by PJ Stergios and Matt Bussa. Things got tense for Conti during the closing 15 laps when his tires began falling off. Ottinger started to cut into [...]

Grand Prix Legends Starts Again at Watkins Glen

by Justin Sutton on August 8th, 2014

Scariest (and possibly best) overtake of the day goes to Snelson.

The Grand Prix Legends series started the third season of 2014 much like it started the second (although with more participants this time around) at Watkins Glen.  The race on Friday night was not the biggest race of the week, and it wasn’t the highest SOF race either, but it is the one I specifically chose to cover, and the reasoning will become obvious.  Daniel Kane took pole position with a 1:07.582, but was only 0.022s faster in qualifying than Michael Morrison who started to his left.  Matt Yeomans started from third and about seven tenths slower than pole position, Mike McKinney started from fourth with a 1:08.732 and David Sirois sat in fifth as the highest of the non-qualifiers. McKinney had a fantastic launch and managed to overtake Yeomans [...]

Conti Conquers Pocono II

August 8th, 2014

racing simulations

Pocono Raceway was once again the scene for 7 online races in both the Open and Fixed Series that combine to make – the NASCAR iRacing Series. Last time we visited the Pocono Mountains just inside Pennsylvania, Ryan Lowe got the best of the competition – and with him rolling into Week 21 with a boosted morale after claiming the most points last week; It would be hard to bet against him this week. Ryan Michael Luza topped the timing sheets in qualifying, putting in a 52.631s lap around Pocono – almost .2s quicker than anyone else! Race 1 of the Fixed series saw Matt Bussa lead the way by over 1 second, taking 301 points away for his win in the 4698 SoF race. Pole-sitter Luza lead almost the [...]

NiS Open Garage – Watkins Glen

by Don Scott on August 7th, 2014

Watkins Glen poses unique challenges.

This week at Watkins Glen we step into unfamiliar territory for most oval drivers, as road courses present a particular set of challenges for both the driver and the crew chief. The NASCAR course at Watkins consists of nine turns (eleven counting each turn in the Inner Loop) varying in altitude, banking and sharpness. The crew chief will have to be prepared to setup the car allowing for a balance between stability and acceleration while the driver will have to maintain consistency, practice patience and be mindful of gear selection. The method for setting up your car for road courses may seem to be completely different from the thinking used to setup a car for ovals; however the laws of physics and how they relate to making changes in the [...]

Get to Know: Dylan Murcott Part II

by David Ifeguni on July 28th, 2014


To some of us, he may just be Dylan Murcott the iRacer. To others, he is Dylan Murcott, driver for Mitchum Motorsports in the IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. Although his first start for the Mitchum Motorsports team came in 2013, Murcott’s real world racing career started in 2007 with motocross racing. He began racing SCCA cars in 2011, where he found great success, scoring 12 victories and 45 top five finishes in 57 starts spanning the course of two years. Nevertheless, Dylan has had an uphill climb to get into one of the top sports car racing series in America, and in part two of my Q&A with the 21 year old driver, we talk more about his real world racing career, his ups and downs so far, [...]

Week 13 SRF Grand Prix Heads to Japan for 4th Edition

by Luca Varani on July 18th, 2014

Great racing and close finishes are a tradition of the Week 13 SRF Grands Prix.

Registrations are open for the traditional end of season big field race, running at Suzuka on Sunday July 27. Participation is free and everyone is welcome, provided that s/he can drive cleanly and respectfully. Just register on the iRacing forum at: 60 drivers started the previous races at Road America and Watkins Glen, with 45 minutes of non-stop sim racing with multi-car battles all over the fields. The margin for victory at  Road America was 0.000 seconds. Watkins Glen saw nine cars separated by less than two seconds for the whole race. We are all eager to see what Suzuka will bring us. Kevin Vaughn, Niccolo’ Cedrati and Jordan Dixon won the previous editions. Could you be the next one? The race will be broadcast live once again by [...]

Moreira Wins at Watkins!

by Marc Dorval, photos by Thiago Izequiel on July 17th, 2014

Kiikka and Thissen, closely followed by Leocata and Rawson

Week 11 of the Classic Lotus Grand Prix 2014 Series ran at venerable Watkins Glen International this weekend. For those of you that are interested in what the track looked like in 1973, please review this YouTube slide show. Six warm-up races were held leading up to the main Sunday online race. Antti Lepistö (Brabham), John G. Hill (Elf Team Tyrrell), David Wormald (Theodore Racing), and Nuno Moreira (Ligier Gitanes) (three races) claimed wins in those heats. Qualifying laps saw Gernot Fritsche (Lotus) claim pole position with a time of 1:33:273, closely followed by Moreira with a time of 1:33.395. The Race 29 CTC drivers were on hand this Sunday, and an additional 10 sim racers made this an exciting 39-car grid! There has been a lot of discussion among [...]