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Allmendinger Captures Sprint Cup Pole at The Glen

August 8th, 2015 by

by Dave Moulthrop   AJ Allmendinger repeated his  2015 qualifing performance on The Sprint Cup Series Road Courses when  he won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 30th Annual Cheez-It 355 at Watkins Glen International. His second Pole of this season follows his June performance in Sonoma, California. Allmendingers fourth career pole was a lap of 68.993 … Read the Rest »

Joey Logano sets Xfinity Series Qualifing Record at The Glen

August 8th, 2015 by

by Dave Moulthrop   Joey Logano won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 21st Annual Zippo 200  Xfinity Series race at Watkins Glen International with a lap of 70.953 seconds around the 7 turn NASCAR configuration of the curcuit for an average speed of 124.308 mph.  The lap broke the mark set by his … Read the Rest »

Matt Kenseth Inherits Win at Pocono

August 3rd, 2015 by

by Dave Moulthrop The saying that it’s never over till it’s over proved true for the 42nd annual Windows 10 400  NASCAR Sprint Cup  race at Pocono Raceway. After capturing the pole on Friday, Kyle Busch lead the first 16 laps before giving it up to Kevin Harvick. Harvick lead for only three laps before … Read the Rest »

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

July 26th, 2015 by

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 … Read the Rest »

Does NASCAR Need More Road Races?

May 13th, 2015 by

The year was 2012 and the scene was Race 22 at Watkins Glen International for the Finger Lakes 355 at the Glen: over 90,000 fans watched as 43 NASCAR drivers negotiated 90 laps of the historic 2.45 mile road course. After 89-laps of hard fought racing, however, the true battle finally began on the last … Read the Rest »

Be Prepared

April 16th, 2015 by

Editor’s note:  Oswaldo Negri, Jr’s name should be familiar to iRacers.  Apart from being a long-time member of iRacing, he’s been a mainstay of Michael Shank Racing since 2004 and has a win and a couple of pole positions in the Rolex 24 at Daytona to show for his efforts.  This year finds “Ozz” doing … Read the Rest »

Tanned,Tested and Ready

September 18th, 2014 by

With a trio of top six finishes in the past three races – including a storming run to second place at Road America – Michael Shank Racing with Curb/Agajanian is mounting a charge in the latter stages of the Tudor United Sports Car Championship.  Indeed, it would come as no surprise if drivers Oswaldo Negri, … Read the Rest »

A Design Contest Story: From iRacing to Real Racing

June 2nd, 2014 by

Last year, by the month of October, I was taking a look on the iRacing forums for paint requests. I’m a Brazilian graphic designer, living in Rio de Janeiro, and had decided to offer my services for the community – as many of you reading this right now already know. Before, I would only paint … Read the Rest »

Circle Track School: Lessons From A Champion

May 22nd, 2013 by

The great thing about going to the local short track is that you’re never really sure who is going to show up, and especially so when it’s a special event. Here in Pennsylvania, my local track, Selinsgrove Speedway, hosted their annual 358/360 Sprint Car National Open last week, drawing several touring drivers as well as … Read the Rest »

iRacing Pro Race of Champions II Tonight!

December 4th, 2012 by

International Cast of Pro Racers to Battle Online at Iowa and Watkins Glen A remarkably diverse collection of international racing talent is set to compete online in the second annual iRacing.com Pro Race of Champions on December 12. Drivers with resumes from NASCAR, IndyCar, GRAND-AM, ALMS, V8 Supercars, NHRA and even Formula One will square-off … Read the Rest »