Welcome to inRacingNews, the first publication to bring you all the news from the world’s foremost race simulation service together with the latest developments from Formula One, NASCAR, IndyCar, ALMS, Grand-Am and other top professional racing series.

Race simulation has become increasingly sophisticated and popular in the past twenty years, evolving from primitive video games to an avocation enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people who lack the time, money or opportunity to race cars in the physical world.  In addition to being just plain fun, sim-racing develops many of the physical and mental skills required in real-world racing, be it sustained concentration, hand-eye coordination or the ability to dispassionately analyze the performance of a race car and make the mechanical changes necessary to enable it to go faster.

At the same time, with race sanctioning bodies imposing ever more draconian restrictions on testing and with racing budgets of even the largest automotive manufacturers under minute scrutiny, race simulation assumes an ever more critical role in the development of race cars, and the men and women who drive them.   From the days when Jacques Villeneuve used video games to familiarize himself with Spa and Monza as an F1 rookie, to the point where multi-million dollar race simulation machines are a fixture in the shops of today’s leading professional teams . . . and an iRacer in Sydney can find himself running wheel-to-wheel with Dale Earnhardt, Jr. or Alex Gurney on a virtual Daytona International Speedway . . . sim-racing has become an integral element of the fabric of modern motorsport.david-phillips-4x3-hires-dsc011991

Sim-racer in Sydney or real-world racer at Daytona, the one thing they have in common is a passion for racing.   inRacingNews is committed to fueling that passion, and to bringing you the important news in sim- and real-world racing in a single and engaging publication.  If you have half the fun reading inRacingNews as we have putting it together, we will have accomplished our mission.


David Phillips, Editor

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Thanks for all the hard work behind both this site, and in particular the whole iRacing service.

With that said; This site looks like it have got a big potential so combine, the need for motorsport news all over the world combined with the attraction to see whats up in our favorite simracing community.

Beside this; A little work on the speed on the site would be nice. I don’t know if its just the pressure of posting on the “press room” on iRacing.com, that makes this site run like a old fat cat on a monday morning.

Greets from Denmark

September 2nd, 2009 at 9:22 pm

This is a brilliant idea. I am certain it will be done in a very professional manner. Thank you for yet another added bonus for our subscription.


Michael Baley
September 2nd, 2009 at 9:24 pm

Nice site. I really like the layout and UI. Some news site are so clumsy to get to the news. Plus, either you’ve got some scoops or you are picking up on some stuff my other sites have chosen not to report. Either way, I’m impressed.
I’ve not been on iRacing in over a year but I still like to keep up to date with how it’s going so the site serves a nice dual purpose too.

All the best!

Mike Bennett
September 2nd, 2009 at 10:50 pm

Great work! Not only can I keep up with iRacing news, I can follow the rest of the motorsports world as well, all in the same place, that’s awesome…

Sean Staples
September 2nd, 2009 at 11:17 pm

Very impressive site. Great place to get real world and iRacing news! Brilliant!

Lincoln Miner
September 2nd, 2009 at 11:27 pm

Nice clean site, easy to navigate and full of interesting information for everyone. Looks like David is going to be a busy man 🙂

William Kabela
September 3rd, 2009 at 3:10 am

loving it.. awesome, great idea….Keep it current, keep it rocking… good move iRacing!


Jeff Thomas
September 3rd, 2009 at 3:29 am

Looking good!

September 3rd, 2009 at 1:13 pm

Welcome David. It is great to see this site up and running and in good hands.
This should be a great combination.

Chuck Johnson
September 3rd, 2009 at 4:28 pm

are you guys going to send news briefs to our e-mail? thanks Tom***

Thomas Harmon
September 3rd, 2009 at 10:53 pm

Brilliant idea. I hope our iRacing race reviews can suscite as much enthousiasm as real world race.
One suggestion, if I may: It would be a welcome addition to clearly indicate the source of each one of the articles in the second line alongside Date, Comments and Share.

Laurent Smith
September 5th, 2009 at 11:04 am

exactly what i have been wanting 🙂 thanks a bunch 🙂

David Beattie
September 7th, 2009 at 12:30 am

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