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Hazard Steals "The Show" at PIR

February 3rd, 2012 by

Thomas Hazard entered the JoeTheShoe 120 at Phoenix International Raceway leading the Truck Series on Thursday night by a single point. At the end of the night, he not only left with his point lead intact but also with the checkered flag. Hazard captured his league-leading fourth victory of the season by taking the … Read the Rest »

Baldwin's Race, Warren's NiPS Crown

January 18th, 2012 by

25 Qualify for 2012 NASCAR Series World Championship With a championship and the top 25 points positions – and their guaranteed berths in the 2012 World Championship – in the balance, the NASCAR Pro Series headed to Kentucky Speedway for the last race of the season. Alex Warren came into the finale with … Read the Rest » Makes European Debut at Autosport International

January 12th, 2012 by

Bedford, MA (January 12, 2012) —, the world’s leading online motorsports simulation service, makes its first official European appearance this week at the 2012 Autosport International.  The appearance coincides with the Boston-based company’s release of its digital version of Oulton Park and the announcement of plans to build its second historic Formula One car: … Read the Rest »

Iowa's Battle Royal

January 12th, 2012 by

The NASCAR Class A Series brought excitement with them as online racing competitors made the trip to Iowa for Week Ten of their twelve week season. As if Iowa Speedway’s unique 7/8 mile oval did not provide enough setup nightmares for crew chiefs, the Chevrolet Impalas roared to life under the night sky for … Read the Rest »

Libeert Leads the 'French Connection' at Watkins Glen

January 9th, 2012 by

In a breathtaking 56 laps around the virtual Watkins Glen ‘classic boot’ configuration, Samuel Libeert took advantage of champion-elect Atze Kerkhof’s absence to register his second win in the Pro Series Road Racing championship. Even though the Team Radicals online racer started from the third row of the grid, Libeert cut his way through … Read the Rest »

Flight(s) of the Phoenix for Cormier & Engelhart

December 27th, 2011 by

While Derrick Cormier2 was racking-up the starts (and wins) during Round Seven of the NASCAR Tour Modified Seried (NiTMS) at Phoenix International Speedway, it was former champion Herb Engelhart who was thinking “big picture” as he departed the “Valley of the Sun” with the most points for the championship hunt. Over 100 sim racers … Read the Rest »

Karlavige 'Corners' First GSR Win at Richmond

December 23rd, 2011 by

While most eyes were on the 15 sim racers eligible to make the Chase for the Championship, it was Jason Karlavige who scored big by not only taking the victory in the Tim’s Corner Race to the Chase on Thursday night at Richmond International Raceway but also moved into the top 33 in the … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Scott U'Ren

December 23rd, 2011 by

Scott U’Ren is a young man who knows what he likes.  When it comes to sim racing that would be and, specifically, the iRacing V8 Supercar Series.  That’s not to say he doesn’t occasionally try his hand at other cars and other series, but it is to say that, since August, he has participated … Read the Rest »

Tim's Corner Race to the Chase Goes Thursday

December 22nd, 2011 by

Fifteen drivers. Ten chase spots. One race and 100 laps to get it done. While the objective for the 35 drivers in the Tim’s Corner Race to the Chase will be simple come race time, 15 of those will have an extra goal in mind and that is to be one of the ten in … Read the Rest »

Warren's Dover Strategy Pays

December 21st, 2011 by

Dover International Speedway played host to Week Eight of the NASCAR Pro Series (NiPS) season and saw Alex Warren deny Nick Ottinger’s bid for a third straight win in the series.  Ottinger made his presence known, leading 59 of 200 laps, but Warren had the speed and track position when it counted, leading the … Read the Rest »