All News: Late Model Racing


Linkiewicz Takes Thompson Checkers

September 23rd, 2014 by

With eight weeks down and four to go in the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model season, sim-racers would be tested at Thompson International Raceway. This single groove monster is known for handing-out the “Thompson 2x” and this week would keep pace with that sim-racing tradition. Lapped cars and passing would be the biggest issues this week. … Read the Rest »

Gress Holds on to Win at Irwindale

September 16th, 2014 by

The iRacing.com Late Model Series headed west — way west — as they ventured to California’s Irwindale Speedway. This half mile progressive banked speedway proved to be a challenge as the surface was slick, but that did not deter the sim-racers as they raced hard for the 50 laps, some drivers completely sideways coming out … Read the Rest »

Myers Grabs Late Model Win at Lucas Oil Raceway

September 9th, 2014 by

As the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Series reached the half way point in 2014 Season 3, Lucas Oil Raceway (formerly Indianapolis Raceway Park) would be the venue the sim-racers would try to master. The momentum style sim racing required to be fast here would put a few in the hole on speed while others where … Read the Rest »

Majeski Charges to South Boston Win

August 26th, 2014 by

With a third of the season put away the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Series journeyed to South Boston Speedway. At just 4/10 miles in length and lap times in the 15 second bracket, So Bo challenged sim-racers in a variety of ways but primarily accident avoidance. In this week’s feature race it took less then … Read the Rest »

Jennifer Kosten2 Scores Dramatic First Win at Stafford

December 24th, 2013 by

Week 8 took the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Tour north to Connectitut’s Stafford Motor Speedway.   Most notably known for its SK modified races, this track still puts on great shows with the Late Model Series.  At a half mile in length, Stafford features a mere 1050 ft of straight away and long stretching corners.  This … Read the Rest »

Majeski Rolls-on at Martinsville

December 17th, 2013 by

The NASCAR iRacing.com.com Late Model Tour visited Martinsville Speedway for Week 7 action.  Commonly called “The Paperclip,”  Martinsville is only .526 miles in length and is located in Henry County near Ridgeway, Virginia. The action picked-up right away in the 4344 strength of field race, one of the biggest SOFs the Late Model series has … Read the Rest »

Two Great Races, One Greater Cause

October 22nd, 2013 by

The Beauty and the Beast are back for the 2nd annual Alan Binder’s Beauty and Beast Charity Challenge, accompanied by the inaugural Art Wheeler Memorial Fall Classic 150! The Races: For the second consecutive year, the United Short Track Racing Association has partnered with Distorted Performance Group to bring you two special events during Week … Read the Rest »

Rosenow Reigns at Oxford Plains

June 12th, 2013 by

Burris and Majeski Reignite Battle Oxford Plains is an interesting short track with great history and a unique layout. One way in which this track is different is that it does not have an actual straightaway and so requires drivers to continuously turn left. It is also different in that on the outside lane on … Read the Rest »

Smith Pulls a Trick Out of His Sleeve at “The Magic Mile”

May 28th, 2013 by

New Hampshire Motor Speedway is often considered a short track by many NASCAR drivers with its flat banking and low cornering speed, but for the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Series it is one of the biggest circuits on the schedule, with the cars reaching around the 130mph mark. The relatively flat Magic Mile would test … Read the Rest »

My First Time… a Late Models Virgin

May 22nd, 2013 by

Since I started covering the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Tour for inRacing News, I have found it difficult to get content from racers for my articles as many of the Late Model regulars were unaware the series is being covered (despite regular posts to that effect on the Late Model forum – Ed).  So I … Read the Rest »