All News: brands-hatch
June 28th, 2010 by iRacingGuest
Overcoming a mid-race collision in his Dallara IndyCar, Greger Huttu scored his tenth iRacing Drivers World Championship Road Racing (iDWCRR) victory from as many starts to head the title standings by 84 points. The only sim racer to have iDWCRR pole positions and wins to his name, Huttu executed a two-stop strategy for the 60 … Read the Rest »
June 15th, 2010 by DavidP
In one sense, Round Nine of the iRacing Drivers World Championship Road Racing can be summed-up by the online racing numbers. As in the ninth win in as many tries for Greger Huttu, who led from green light to checkered flag at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on Saturday. That’s 50 more laps in the lead … Read the Rest »
March 5th, 2010 by DavidP
Virtual Version of Historic European Circuit Open to Online Racers World-Wide Circuit Park Zandvoort, one of Europe’s most historic motorsports venues, is now available to online racers around the world through iRacing.com’s internet-based virtual-racing service. iRacing’s first offering on the European continent is a millimeter-precise rendering of the undulating Dutch seaside circuit, from the famed Tarzanbocht hairpin to the daunting Scheivlak curve and the Arie Luyendijkbocht honoring the two-time Indy 500 winner who cut his racing teeth at Zandvoort. “Circuit Park Zandvoort is one of Europe’s most iconic race tracks,” says Divina Galica, iRacing’s director of partner relations and former Formula One driver. “There’s some great history at Zandvoort, with new history being made every year with the Formula 3 Masters and DTM events, together with a full schedule of national and club events
February 3rd, 2010 by DavidP
Heralded as one of the most successful events in iRacing’s history, the Rolex 2.4 attracted 950 online racers to the Daytona International Speedway road course for the opening event of the iRacing.com World Tour. The online endurance race staged a few hours prior to the real life Rolex 24 season opener attracted a plethora of … Read the Rest »
December 22nd, 2009 by DavidP
Virtual Version of Historic UK Circuit Open to Racers World-Wide Located in Kent, 30 miles outside London, and internationally known as a classic road-racing circuit, Brands Hatch is now be available to simracers worldwide through iRacing.com’s internet-based virtual-racing service. Every detail of the historic circuit, including its dramatic elevation changes and challenging mixture of fast, slow and medium-speed corners, is reproduced with millimeter accuracy. “Motor racing fans throughout the UK and across the world love Brands Hatch,” noted David Scott, Race Operations Manager for MotorSport Vision Racing, the company that owns and operates Brands Hatch and other British road-racing facilities. “Our RaceMaster driving experience lets visitors come to Brands Hatch and enjoy some laps behind the wheel of a BMW M3 and F1-style single-seater race car. Through iRacing’s virtual version of the circuit our fans everywhere can get to know Brands Hatch from that same perspective and enjoy great wheel-to-wheel competition with other fans and real-world racers. And of course, with iRacing’s extreme degree of precision in reproducing Brands Hatch, the hundreds of competitors who race on these tracks every year will have the ability to tune up before they get on track.” iRacers can now test their mettle at historic Brands Hatch. iRacing will award a RaceMaster Driving Experience voucher to one of its UK-domiciled members. Every member of iRacing’s Club England who purchases Brands Hatch ($14.95 USD) between now and January 31, 2010 will automatically be entered into a lottery for the voucher.
November 7th, 2009 by DavidP
It’s a long way from Couer d’Alene, Idaho to Brands Hatch and Silverstone; further still to Woking, Surrey. Thanks to the efforts of Brett Smrz, England seems a little closer to the Potato State these days. Together with California’s Conor DePhillippi, Smrz recently flew the red, white and blue colors of the Team USA Scholarship … Read the Rest »
June 12th, 2009 by Jay
Brands Hatch, home for many years to the British Grand Prix and today host to A1GP and many other open-wheel and touring-car series, and Oulton Park, a hill-and-dale circuit named by drivers as one of the world’s most challenging, will join Silverstone as the second and third British motorsport facilities to be represented in the iRacing.com motorsport simulation service.