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Comuni Closes the Gap at Montreal

April 21st, 2014 by

Picture it: you’re enjoying the scenery at Parc Jean-Drapeau on the Île Notre-Dame Island in Montreal. The weather is beautiful, the scent of nature permeates the air, and there is water on all sides of you. Suddenly, a pack of race cars goes flying by at speeds approaching 200 miles per hour. That is the … Read the Rest »

RUF Cup Races Through Zandvoort & Spa

April 11th, 2014 by

As iRacing.com’s RUF Cup series approaches its inaugural season’s finish line, the battle for the points championship continues to heat up in what has been an incredibly competitive season. The last two weeks have seen plenty of sim-racing, with the RUF drivers first visiting the Netherlands’ Circuit Park Zandvoort before heading over to Belgium’s Circuit … Read the Rest »

Rodriguez Moreno Capitalizes at Zolder

March 28th, 2014 by

As we come closer and closer to the final stretch of the RUF Cup series, one thing is for sure: we have no idea who will walk away from this series as champion. The eighth week of competition saw 529 sim-racers compete against each other at Circuit Zolder, a track that has not been at … Read the Rest »

Spindel Dominates Suzuka

March 21st, 2014 by

Throughout the first seven weeks of the inaugural iRacing.com RUF Cup, we have seen our share of great racing, tight points battles, and most importantly, sim-racers having fun. Over 2,200 competitors have made starts thus far this season, with entries ranging from sim-racing veterans and newcomers to professional race car drivers of varied backgrounds, such … Read the Rest »

RUF Cup Halftime Report

March 14th, 2014 by

It is hard to believe that we have already completed six weeks of competition in the first running of the twelve-week iRacing.com RUF Cup series, as these weeks have flown by thanks to some incredible sim-racing on some of the most unique tracks that iRacing has to offer. Over 2,000 drivers from around the globe … Read the Rest »

Lotus 79 Races at Lime Rock!

March 14th, 2014 by

Week 6 of the iRacing.com Classic Lotus Grand Prix Series marked the very first time that the Lotus 79 raced at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut, USA this Sunday! It was a warm and partly cloudy day at this short (1.53-mile / 2.5km) track. Everyone was quite curious about how it would all turn out. … Read the Rest »

Circle Track Setup: The Case for Caster

November 13th, 2013 by

In the last article, I talked about the uses of toe and how it affects both drivability and front-end dynamics. However, that is only one of the three basic geometric ways to move a tire on a race vehicle. Of the other two, camber is well-recognized, but for all intents and purposes, the least-understood of … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Nicklas Lindqvist

November 2nd, 2013 by

One of the coolest things about being the first person to win something is just that: no matter what else happens — ever — you’ll always be the first person to win that special something.  They can’t take that away.  Not nobody.  Not no how. Skellefteå, Sweeden’s Nicklas Lindqvist will forever be the first champion … Read the Rest »

Chesini Stakes his Claim

September 9th, 2013 by

Week Five, coming ever closer to the half-way mark of 2013 S3, saw the iRacing.com Grand Prix Series (iGPS) land back on American soil, this time in the state of Wisconsin, home to ever-popular Road America.  No matter the venue, the competition remains undaunted in pursuit for the final Pro licenses awarded in 2013. Mastering … Read the Rest »

Mustang Racing Produces Fireworks at Barber

July 10th, 2013 by

The July 4th Holiday in the United States seemed to put a damper on participation in Week 10 of the iRacing.com Mustang Cup, but the races that did go official had no shortage of fireworks between the sim-racers.   With the series visiting Barber Motorsports Park for the first time in two years, those who did … Read the Rest »