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GPL Thrills in Sebring

September 22nd, 2014 by

When the 14 sim-racers of the Grand Prix Legends series lined up at Sebring International Raceway for a 12 lap sprint the expectations for a fiercely competitive race were running high given that the top four qualifiers all posted times in the 1:59s.  Victor Perelman took top honors ahead of Daniel Kane, Daniel Garrison Jr., … Read the Rest »

Crabtree is NiS Open Champion!

September 11th, 2014 by

Richmond International Raceway had the pleasure of hosting the final round of the 2014 NASCAR iRacing Open Series, in which the final places in the standings were cemented in history, and those who finished inside the Top 20 were rewarded with Pro licenses – meaning they qualified for the iRacing Oval Pro Series. The Fixed … Read the Rest »

The Kitchen Sink: Homestead – Not a Typical 1.5 Miler

September 4th, 2014 by

Previous: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Homestead is one of those tracks that is so similar to yet so different from other tracks on the schedule. At 1.5 miles, Homestead is the same length as far too many high banked speedways; however, the differences between Homestead and other 1.5 mile circuits are easily … Read the Rest »

Skip Barber 2k Cup Season 1 Round 1

August 8th, 2014 by

The year 2014 has proven to be quite an exciting one for the Skip Barber F2000 in iRacing.  Week after week we’ve bore witness to the majesty and simplicity of this car through the eyes of the UK&I Skip Barber league during the first two seasons of the year, and the new paintable wheels have … Read the Rest »

Grand Prix Legends Starts Again at Watkins Glen

August 8th, 2014 by

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 … Read the Rest »

Conti Conquers Pocono II

August 8th, 2014 by

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 … Read the Rest »

iRacing Sponsors Nurburgring 1000

August 4th, 2014 by

iRacing.com, whose popular online racing game is recognized as the most accurate simulation of “real” racing, today announced it will sponsor the Nurburgring 1000. Round 5 of the Blancpain Endurance Series, the “iRacing.com Nurburgring 1000,” is scheduled for the weekend of September 19-21. Motorsports fans attending the iRacing.com Nurburgring 1000 will have the opportunity to … Read the Rest »

Kingsbury Kingly in Michigan!

June 30th, 2014 by

Week Eight of the 2014 Season 2 iRacing.com IndyCar Oval Series sent the series to Michigan International Speedway. A season high 188 sim-racers participated in online races throughout the week. Fuel conservation, drafting and pit strategy would be the stories throughout the week. Kyle Orso (Illinois) started on pole with Brandon Trost (Pennsylvania) on his … Read the Rest »

Broekman Extends RUF Cup Lead

June 27th, 2014 by

The weeks have flown by in the second ever iRacing.com RUF Cup season, and one thing has become abundantly clear: Rens Broekman (Benelux) has been nothing short of impressive. This does not mean he hasn’t had stiff competition; rather he has capitalized on all of his opportunities and has been rewarded with an impressive points … Read the Rest »

Kerekes Tips the Barber

June 6th, 2014 by

After last week’s racing at Oran Park Raceway, the RUF Cup found its way to Barber Motorsports Park, which lies in the middle of a heavily forested area on the outskirts of Birmingham, Alabama. While Oran Park has recently closed in the interest of a developing suburbia, Barber finds itself on the opposite side of … Read the Rest »