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Presnall Ices Competition; Wins in Phoenix

November 17th, 2017 by Richard J. Clarkson

Chad Presnall beat the simulated heat and the competition, staying cool at crunch time and winning his 27th career oval iRacing victory at the computer-generated Phoenix International Raceway, leading all of the race’s 40 laps behind the wheel of his blue-and-grey virtual NASCAR Camping World Chevrolet Silverado. Presnall, the 30-year-old from Texas, started on pole … Read the Rest »

The 60Plus Racing Adventures Series Tackles Okayama

November 14th, 2017 by Bill Lawrence

The 60Plus Racing Adventures Series is an Iracing Series for “serious and seasoned” drivers age 60 and older. Our goal is to provide first class competition with mutual respect for others. We hope to help each other develop a level of mastery in car control as well. We are currently nearing the end of our … Read the Rest »

Eidson Conserves Tires; Wins Big at Texas

November 10th, 2017 by Richard J. Clarkson

  Aftermath Motorsports cleaned up in the Lone Star State. Their man at the helm—the 30-year-old native of Carolina—Trey Eidson, struck it big and won his 65th oval race of the year at the simulated Texas Motor Speedway, leading 17 laps; his bright orange and blue-yellow virtual NASCAR Camping World SunnyD Chevrolet Silverado front and … Read the Rest »

Wright Wraps Up Inaugural Lionheart Retro Series Championship at Auto Club

November 6th, 2017 by Jason Galvin

There was plenty of drama and questions heading into the championship finale of the Lionheart Retro Series, but who would win it all never seemed to be in doubt. Jake Wright, the two-time defending Lionheart IndyCar Series champion, played it safe and cruised to a fourth place finish to secure the inaugural Retro Series championship, … Read the Rest »

Mullis Manages Martinsville

November 4th, 2017 by Richard J. Clarkson

The Carolinian, Jimmy Mullis, kept his nose clean and earned his 987th oval victory of his illustrious iRacing career at the virtual Martinsville Speedway in the simulated version of NASCAR’S Camping World Truck Series. Mullis started outside front row for the high strength of field (4075) race and battled pole sitter, Braden Boulos, early on … Read the Rest »

RaceSpot RaceDay: Jouni Silvasti and David Williams are Crowned Champions

October 25th, 2017 by Jonathan Simon

For the first time in history, RaceSpot TV were pleased to announce the running of two new ‘support series’ that would act as the prequel to twelve further chapters of the 2017 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series. This event was instantly known as RaceSpot RaceDay, with the entire support series broadcasted on iRacing Live … Read the Rest »

Nelson Nimbly Navigates ‘Dega; Collects Checkers

October 22nd, 2017 by Richard J. Clarkson

In last Friday night’s 11:15 p.m. running of NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series race powered by iRacing at the simulated Talladega Superspeedway, Rex Nelson outlasted the competition (SOF 2395) and took home his 172nd career oval victory. Nelson’s NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet started fourth. But by lap five, working with his early-race drafting partner, Donald … Read the Rest »

Kokomo Speedway Wins Online Vote to Be Added to Racing Service

October 20th, 2017 by Kevin Bobbitt

Bedford, MA (October 18) – The World of Outlaws and iRacing.com hosted an online vote to determine the next dirt track to be added to the online racing service. Fans could choose from six well known venues including: Kokomo Speedway, Fairbury American Legion Speedway, Lernerville Speedway, Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, Weedsport Speedway and … Read the Rest »

Downey Dominates at Charlotte

October 16th, 2017 by Richard J. Clarkson

Tim Downey started from the pole position and led every lap—forty-five of them, to be exact—at the virtual Charlotte Motor Speedway last Friday night in his Pringles Toyota Tundra, giving the Ocala, FL driver his twentieth career oval victory on iRacing. Zach Halpern and Nathan Silvia were within striking distance the entire evening, but Halpern’s … Read the Rest »

Wright Dances Around Wrecks, Fuel Mileage to Win Iowa

October 12th, 2017 by Jason Galvin

It was a tale of two races. First was a race to survive the carnage; second, the race to save fuel. Ultimately, Jake Wright proved why he’s still the favorite to win the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment championship. The two-time defending series champion avoided several wrecks early, then saved enough fuel … Read the Rest »