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Kinsella Wins One for His Grandma, Hangs On in Wild Kentucky Finish

April 16th, 2018 by Jason Galvin

He had to sweat it out, but Andrew Kinsella became the first drive to find victory lane twice this season in the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment – doing so in just three races – taking the win at Kentucky Speedway in the OMA’s Kentucky 200, in loving memory of grandma’s no … Read the Rest »

Yaczik Finally Breaks Through with Lionheart IndyCar Win at Phoenix

April 6th, 2018 by Jason Galvin

There was a mighty sigh of relief in the virtual racing world Wednesday night. After more than two years of would’ve, should’ve, could’ve, Brian Yaczik shook the monkey off his back and came out victorious in the Thumbs Up, Cancer Down 200 at Phoenix International Raceway – now known as ISM Raceway – in round … Read the Rest »

Kinsella Rolls the Topside, Wins Lionheart Season Opener at Homestead

March 30th, 2018 by Jason Galvin

    Once again, Andrew Kinsella proved to be too good when it mattered most, capturing the win in the season-opening First Medical Equipment 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.   It’s the second-consecutive season Kinsella has won the opener for the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment.   “I love Homestead, and hats off … Read the Rest »

Blocker Makes Opening Round Statement in Lionheart Retro Win

March 23rd, 2018 by Jason Galvin

The Broadcast can be found HERE. Once again, the combination of the Lotus 79, a high-banked oval and some of the best open-wheel fixed setup drivers using the iRacing.com simulator delivered a fantastic finish.   Adam Blocker firmly planted his seed in the field of championship contenders, holding off Dustin Wardlow over the final seven … Read the Rest »

iRacing Announces New Red Bull GRC World Championship eSport Series

March 14th, 2018 by

iRacing has announced the addition of a new World Championship level eSport series featuring Global Rallycross. The Red Bull GRC World Championship eSport Series will debut this spring on the online racing platform and will showcase the world’s fastest online Red Bull GRC racers competing for more than $17,000 in cash and prizes.   Red … Read the Rest »

Leahy Dominant at ISM Raceway in NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series

March 14th, 2018 by Jason Lofing

Keegan Leahy dominated the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series race at ISM Raceway in Phoenix, AZ, leading 140 of 156 laps after starting from the outside pole. A flurry of cautions near the end of the race led to a four-lap shootout with Leahy leading the field to the green. He easily held off Jimmy … Read the Rest »

Blocker Steals Retro All-Star Race in Closing Laps

March 12th, 2018 by Jason Galvin

Everyone knew who the dominant car was Thursday night, but as is often the case in racing, the fastest car doesn’t always win. Ryan Otis looked untouchable, leading the first 26 laps from the pole. But Adam Blocker made up two seconds on pit entrance – even making contact with Otis at the pit entry … 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 »

NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series: Daytona Preview

February 13th, 2018 by Matt Bussa

Daytona. The answer you will hear the most when asking your NASCAR Peak Antifreeze iRacing Series (NPAiS) drivers what track is at the top of their list to win at. Winning at Daytona International Speedway is one of the greatest accomplishments in all forms of motorsports, whether it be the Daytona 500, the Rolex 24, … Read the Rest »

Commodore’s Garage #37 – Truck Project: Farewell from Michigan

February 9th, 2018 by

For the entire Truck Project series of articles, I’ve tried to stress the concept of carrying one setup from track to track and making adjustments to suit the track instead of trying to reinvent the wheel each week.  While sim-racers have historically spent hours and hours building a setup each week for a new track … Read the Rest »