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Spa Treatment

December 18th, 2010 by

I’m living a motorsports fan’s dream:  Watching a race at Spa-Francorchamps from the window of my room at Auberge de la Source, the picturesque country inn overlooking the La Source hairpin which, of course, takes its name from the adjacent establishment. The amazing thing is that I’m actually nearly 4,000 miles west of Francorchamps, Belgium, in the office of Greg Hill, iRacing.com vice President of art and production.  Greg is giving me a preview of the latest addition to the online racing service’s catalogue of virtual race tracks, legendary Circuit Spa-Francorchamps, set for release to iRacing’s membership on December 21

It's Unanimous

December 18th, 2010 by

In racing it’s rare to find something a majority of drivers agree on. It seems to be even more rare when it’s something that everyone seems to enjoy. That was the case though this past week when the iRacing.com Skip Barber Race Series made its way to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for its second … Read the Rest »

RSR Sebring: Rundell's Race, Turner's Title

December 15th, 2010 by

Florida’s Sebring International Raceway hosted the final RSR league race of the 2010 Season Three schedule.  As drivers and fans arrived for the “24 Laps of Sebring” event, all eyes were glued to the garages of Les Turner, Tommy Rhyne, and Terry McCuin.  With only 12 points separating the top three sim racers, everyone knew … Read the Rest »

While the Cat's Away . . .

December 13th, 2010 by

The Antipodean sim racers were at it again in a small but exciting field in the December 9th 10pm split three of the iRacing Mazda Cup at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. With Anthony Vranic absent for this split, arch rival Andrew Le nabbed pole with a scorching  lap of 1min 42. 258. Still, he was … Read the Rest »

Rhyne's Pocono Comeback

December 9th, 2010 by

So it comes down to a mere 12 points for all the marbles!  That is all that currently separates the top three sim racers as Season 3 of the 2010 Red Sox Racing League schedule comes to a close at Sebring International Raceway next week.  Tommy Rhyne led the point race for most of the … Read the Rest »

Black Friday . . . and Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday too!

November 24th, 2010 by

Black Friday comes to iRacing this week. The day after the Thanksgiving holiday is the biggest shopping day of the year, when shoppers all over America line-up in the wee small hours of the morning to take advantage of all those great one day sales.

Lobb's Can-Am Hat Trick

November 23rd, 2010 by

2010 has been a year filled with ups and downs for iRacer Darryn Lobb. A South African Can-Am championship season that started off with big expectations, thanks to a newly signed season sponsor, quickly dwindled away as the sponsor succumbed to the all too familiar financial recession. As a result, the season turned into a … Read the Rest »

Club England's Mazda MX-5 Championship

November 19th, 2010 by

Demand for the Club England Mazda MX-5 championship gave race organizers a headache at the opening double header event at Summit Point when 48 sim racers turned up with only 28 pit stalls. Fortunately in online racing we can create another Summit Point and two races ran simultaneously! As drivers set off in practice the … Read the Rest »

iRacing.com and the AT&T Williams Team Announce Arrival of Virtual Version of Williams-Toyota FW31

October 28th, 2010 by

World’s Premier Racing Game Launches Inaugural Grand Prix Series With today’ launch of the Williams-Toyota FW31 at iRacing.com anyone anywhere in the world with a PC, a broadband internet connection and an inexpensive driving game steering-wheel-and-pedal set can experience the thrill of driving a contemporary grand prix car.  The announcement, which has been highly anticipated … Read the Rest »

iRacing.com and the AT&T Williams Team Announce Arrival of Virtual Version of Williams-Toyota FW31

October 28th, 2010 by

World’s Premier Racing Game Launches Inaugural Grand Prix Series With today’ launch of the Williams-Toyota FW31 at iRacing.com anyone anywhere in the world with a PC, a broadband internet connection and an inexpensive driving game steering-wheel-and-pedal set can experience the thrill of driving a contemporary grand prix car.  The announcement, which has been highly anticipated by racing fans and driving game enthusiasts, was made by Tony Gardner, president of iRacing.com.