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Race Participation Credit Program

October 30th, 2018 by Kevin Bobbitt

It Pays to Race: Earn up to $10 per season ($40 per year) of iRacing Credit for Race Participation in Official Series Race Participation Credit Program – Details Member needs to participate in 8 different race weeks out of 12 week season in a specific official series. If a “shortened season” it will be prorated based on drop weeks. … Read the Rest »

The iRacing Referral Reward Program

October 30th, 2018 by Kevin Bobbitt

Have some friends who’d like to try iRacing? Invite them to join, and you could earn $10 iRacing credit to use for cars, tracks, or the extension of your membership. Simply use this link or tell your friends to put the email you used to register your own iRacing account in the “Referring Member Email” field when they purchase … Read the Rest »

The Road To New Damage

June 19th, 2018 by Richard Jobling

Starting Out My name is Richard Jobling and I am a Senior Software Engineer here at iRacing. For a long time now my primary focus at iRacing has been to develop our new damage model. It’s been a long journey, and I’d like to share some details from along the way. When we first discussed … Read the Rest »

Physics Modeling: NTM V7 Info (plus more)

March 2nd, 2018 by Dave Kaemmer

It’s been quite a while since I’ve written about the tire model, and I know some of you are eager to hear more about it. It has gone through several iterations since the new tire model (NTM) was first unveiled and I wrote the first incomprehensible blog about it. I am wrapping up the work … Read the Rest »

Chris Buescher First Sprint Cup Rookie Race Winner Since 2009

August 1st, 2016 by Dave Moulthrop

When it came to odds, the winner of the Pennsylvania 400, Chris Buescher was beyond the triple digits for Vegas odds makers. A rain delayed race for the second time this season at Pocono Raceway ( NASCAR record ) played into his favor with the unpredictable weather conditions putting the 2016 Sunoco Rookie of the … Read the Rest »

Kenseth Wins New Hampshire 301; Fails Post Race Tech Inspection

July 17th, 2016 by Dave Moulthrop

  Matt Kenseth did not have the dominant car in the New Hampshire 301 but in the final 50 laps he found his way to the front, making his final pass for the lead with just 30 laps remaining over teammate Denny Hamlin. The next two positions belonged to two drivers who had piloted the … Read the Rest »

iRacing Development Update – Dirt, Le Mans, VR and more

June 28th, 2016 by Steve Myers

We Are Building Dragons I have spent a LOT of time in the car and on planes lately traveling to meetings and events for some very exciting developments for iRacing.  I can’t really get into the specifics yet on what these trips are for but during these long drives and flights I have had a lot time … Read the Rest »

Denny Hamlin wins first Daytona 500 for Toyota

February 21st, 2016 by Dave Moulthrop

  It was Sunday money for Denny Hamlin who after winning last weekends Sprint Unlimited repeated the feat 7 days later by capturing his first career Daytona 500 by the closest recorded margin in the races 58 year history at 0.010 seconds . It was the 27th victory in the Sprint Car Series for Hamlin … Read the Rest »

Chase Elliott takes Jr. Motorsports Star Car to Daytona Victory

February 20th, 2016 by Dave Moulthrop

  Daytona Speedweeks are going just fine for second generation driver Chase Elliott. He started of the week by winning his first Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Position for The Daytona 500 and book ended the week on the eve of the 500 by winning the 35Th Annual  Xfinity Series, Powershares QQQ 300 on Saturday. … Read the Rest »

Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kyle Busch win Can-Am Duels at Daytona

February 19th, 2016 by Dave Moulthrop

  The Duels may have once been called the best races of Speedweeks but that may have all changed with only one driver able to advance out of each of the 150 mile races. NASCAR’s new charter has shortened the field from 43 to  40 for all races and with 36 of those teams locked … Read the Rest »