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World Cup: Two Weeks and Counting

October 15th, 2009 by

Less than two weeks remain in the third season of the World Cup of iRacing. Last week three regional championships were up for grabs, Italy has now taken a lead that looks too big for DE-AT-CH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) to overcome, New England still holds the point in the Northeastern Region over New York, as … Read the Rest »

Four Way Battle To Title Going to The Wire

October 14th, 2009 by

Week Eight of the VW Jetta TDI Cup saw a return to the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, with many drivers hoping to add to their totals by improving on one of their previous results, as the ‘drop week’ system only takes into account a competitors’ best seven weeks of racing. It was also a chance … Read the Rest »

Pro Road Racing Infineon: Drivers and tyres bust as pressure mounts

October 14th, 2009 by

Last week saw a few drivers put a little bit of pressure on themselves by using it as yet another dropped race.  Five of the top 20 sat out this race, most notably Bastien Bartisch who has not raced since Week Seven and also Greger Huttu who has missed the last 2twoweeks. With Bartisch bombing … Read the Rest »

The Michigan Mash

October 13th, 2009 by

If you read “New Hampshire iRacing Pro Series: Incidents ‘R Us” then you know how bad the incident situation was last week for the iRacing Pro Series Oval drivers. Luckily, this week produced what we’ll call a mixed bag of improvement. On top of the progress the Pro Series saw this week, the “Fast Track” … Read the Rest »

Back-to-Back for Wood

October 13th, 2009 by

Wednesday night in the 10th week of the iRacing Oval Pro Series saw a back-to-back winner in Derek Wood and Ray Alfalla taking his ninth win of the season at Michigan International Speedway. In the first split, Wood dominated his event for the second week in a row, leading 74 laps and taking his third … Read the Rest »

World Cup Goes Down to the Line

October 7th, 2009 by

With the start of Week Ten in the third season of the World Cup of iRacing, three races for the regional championships are coming down to the line. The Northeastern Region has seen back and forth fights for the top spot between New England and New York over the past week. In the Southeastern Region … Read the Rest »

New Hampshire iRacing Pro Series: Incidents ‘R Us

October 7th, 2009 by

Battered and bruised egos, every driver in the Pro Series must have felt a sigh of relief to get back to a track shorter than 2.5 miles long and banking less than 33°. Surely, after what many would consider Talladega at its best, New Hampshire would prove to be a driver’s track with its 2°/7° … Read the Rest »

New Hampshire iRacing Pro Series: Incidents 'R Us

October 7th, 2009 by

Battered and bruised egos, every driver in the Pro Series must have felt a sigh of relief to get back to a track shorter than 2.5 miles long and banking less than 33°. Surely, after what many would consider Talladega at its best, New Hampshire would prove to be a driver’s track with its 2°/7° … Read the Rest »

Ray Alfalla is victorious at New Hampshire

October 6th, 2009 by

The iRacing Oval Pro Series ran the third scheduled race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway last Saturday afternoon, and Ray Alfalla earned the top spot for his seventh victory of the year. Saturday’s race didn’t overflow into a split and it was Alfalla who out dueled Josh Parker to take the victory. Alfalla earned the … Read the Rest »

iPSRR Week Nine: Three Maiden Winners and a few notable absentees.

October 6th, 2009 by

The treacherous Lime Rock Park circuit seems to have kept away some of the iRacing Pro Series Road Racing’s (iPSRR) big names this week. It would seem Shawn Purdy, Luke McLean, Peter Read, Greger Huttu and Bastien Bartsch decided to sit this one out and take it as a drop week. It’s understandable.  Not only … Read the Rest »