All News: Sim Racing News Teams with JR Motorsports to Announce iRacing 2.0

May 3rd, 2011 by

BEDFORD, MA (May 3, 2011) – The JR Motorsports  No.7 Chevrolet, driven by Josh Wise, will race under colors in two NASCAR Nationwide Series events this summer in support of the all-new iRacing 2.0,  the popular online racing service’s dramatic new software release.  This long awaited release will add many user enhancements and features … Read the Rest » Announces iRacing 2.0

May 3rd, 2011 by

World’s Premier Online, Multiplayer Racing Game to Release Revolutionary Updates over the Summer Months BEDFORD, MA (April 20, 2011) – today formally announced its most dramatic software release to date – Version 2.0. Coming in the summer of 2011, iRacing 2.0 will feature enhancements across the board for the popular online, multi-player racing title. … Read the Rest »

Q & A With iWCSRR Racer Luke McLean

April 9th, 2011 by

With true Aussie grit, Luke McLean found his way onto the roll-call of World Championship Series Road Racing winners following a hard-fought victory at his ‘home’ circuit Phillip Island. Despite a disappointing fifteenth place finish in his last race at Zandvoort, the Team Redline sim-racer occupies fifth in the championship standings, barely 50 points … Read the Rest »

The Mother of Sim Racing

April 7th, 2011 by

When my iRacing colleague Otto Szebini e-mailed me a series of photos from the NVIDIA home office showing, among other things, a Jim Clark tribute Lotus/sim racing chassis, it triggered a complex series of memories . . . not least of which (thanks to a timely reminder from David Malsher at Racer magazine) are those … Read the Rest »

Turner Claims the "Pot of Gold" at Road Atlanta

March 21st, 2011 by

Red Sox Racing League members had a short trip from last week’s online race at Homestead to this week’s event at Road Atlanta.  Race number nine on the league’s 2011 schedule was the 27 lap “Oh I wish I were in Dixie, Away, Away” event.  Road Atlanta is situated in the hills of northeast Georgia.  … Read the Rest »

Caudill's Week in the Sun

March 16th, 2011 by

The drivers of the NASCAR iRacing Class C Series (NiCCS) rolled into Phoenix International Raceway this past week to mark the halfway point in the season. With the sixth round of the 2011 Season One taking place at the popular track, over 1300 sim racers took the chance to race the one mile configuration in … Read the Rest »

'No Nerves' Nieminen

March 12th, 2011 by

Amongst the sim-racing fraternity, it was pretty much expected that Greger Huttu would fly out of the blocks and continue where he left off in his domination of the 2010 World Championship Series Road Racing. Whilst the names of Luca Masier, Klaus Kivekas and David Williams were bounded around like cheap candy as possible … Read the Rest »

Beatin' 'n Bangin' at Lanier

March 8th, 2011 by

The Street Stock Series got back to its roots during Week Five as the sim racers hit the track for some old school beatin’ and bangin’.  Lanier National Speedway was the host for the week and is a favorite among drivers.  Lanier National Speedway is a 0.375-mile paved oval located in Braselton, Georgia.  The … Read the Rest »

Laughton Lays It On 'Em at Dover

March 1st, 2011 by

The stars of the NASCAR iRacing Class C Series (NiCCS) trucked into Delaware last week for seven days of online racing at the track nicknamed the “Monster Mile.” Dover International Raceway played host to Round Four on the schedule and proved popular with the drivers as 1112 of them came out to race in the … Read the Rest »

PIR . . . Berry's House?

February 25th, 2011 by

Josh Berry once again proved that Phoenix International Raceway is his house, as he went top of the charts in Week Three of the NASCAR Class A Series. Amongst many hungry class A sim racers trying to fight and claw their way into the Pro Series, Berry provided a reality check. In only one … Read the Rest »