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Keanie Slip-slides to Victory in Japan

October 27th, 2015 by

The fifth round of the iRacing Pro Mazda Series headed over to Asia where the notoriously slippery tarmack of Japan’s Twin Ring Motegi awaited the competitors for 16 laps over its 4.8km, 14 turn layout. Once again Ariel Bernardi wasn’t seen in this top SOF of the week, but the Italian had already earned 203 … Read the Rest »

Excitement in NES Season 2 Opener

October 26th, 2015 by

On Sunday, October 18th Season 2 of the NEO Endurance Series kicked-off at Sebring International Raceway with an 8 hour race. A lot has changed and/or improved during the off-season. The new tradition of starting the season in Florida has proven to be a great show with lots of hard and fair racing in both … Read the Rest »

Get to Know: Nick Thissen (Part 2)

October 26th, 2015 by

Last week, we introduced you to iRacer Nick Thissen. Sim racing out of Roermond, a city in the south of the Netherlands, Nick is a very experienced oval and road sim racer, having been a member of iRacing since August 12th, 2011. In part two of my Q&A with Thissen, we talked about his involvement … Read the Rest »

Skip Barber 2k World Cup – Mikko Nassi Dominates at VIR

October 24th, 2015 by

After a dramatic race at Road Atlanta, the Skip Barber 2k World Cup moved on to Virginia International Raceway this past weekend. The racers were facing the daunting Grand West layout with its 26 turns and an almost three minute lap time. Philippe Leybaert had a commanding lead entering the race. Complete standings and results … Read the Rest »

Huttu’s High Five

October 23rd, 2015 by

The number five figured prominently in Greger Huttu’s run to the 2015 iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series, from his 50th victory in World Championship competition at Twin Ring Motegi (followed by wins #51 and #52 at Indianapolis and Spa) to the (virtual) high fives he and his Team Redline teammates exchanged after he clinched … Read the Rest »

Great Scott! Krahula wins Kansas

October 23rd, 2015 by

A flawless final pit stop pushed James Krahula to the lead and the Unacceptable Racing driver finally got over the hump to win the American Cancer Society Race for the Cure 150 presented by DirtyBlinds.com at Kansas Speedway. The win marks the first victory for Krahula in his debut season in the Lionheart IndyCar Series. … Read the Rest »

Brunner’s Zolder Chicanery

October 22nd, 2015 by

The 4.011km, 10 turn Circuit Zolder hosted this week’s round of the iRacing Pro Mazda Series. With this being the fourth week, the season had already begun to shape up with our potential title candidates.  Two of those title candidates -Justin Brunner and Govand Keanie – locked-out the front row for our second consecutive round … Read the Rest »

Power Joins the Sim Grid at Barber

October 22nd, 2015 by

The official Verizon IndyCar Sim-Racing League powered by iRacing.com and RACER continued on Tuesday with Week 2 of its 12 week season at Barber Motorsports Park for the first road race of the season. Running under the Alabama Grand Prix banner, the round brought together the best IndyCar sim-racers in the world to race alongside the 2014 … Read the Rest »

Mazda Announces 2015 Mazda Road to 24 Shootout Finalists

October 21st, 2015 by Kevin Bobbitt

iRacers Glenn McGee and Richard Eklund Among Nine Racers Seeking $100,000 Mazda Scholarship for 2016 MX-5 Cup Finalists have been announced for the 2015 Mazda Road to 24 Shootout. This is the single-largest prize in grassroots motorsports. Launched in 2006 as the Mazda Club Racer shootout, the Mazda Road to 24 Shootout has annually promoted … Read the Rest »

Title Rivals Find Mixed Fortunes in Phoenix

October 20th, 2015 by

The three-race battle for the ITSR Power Series championship kicked-off at the Phoenix International Raceway, and the race presented a big opportunity for one title contender and a potential championship-ending problem for another. Bryan Harvey topped a field of 24 sim racers in the pre-race practice session. He stayed on top of the board in … Read the Rest »