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Towler's dominant double

May 19th, 2010 by

Week Eight of the NASCAR iRacing.com World Championship Series (NiWCS) brought us to Charlotte Motor Speedway in sunny Concord, North Carolina for 200 caution-plagued, yet exciting, laps of online racing.  With a win at Bristol to his credit, Richard Towler has been quite the force in the online racing series.  The Englishman arrived at CMS … Read the Rest »

Towler’s dominant double

May 19th, 2010 by

Week Eight of the NASCAR iRacing.com World Championship Series (NiWCS) brought us to Charlotte Motor Speedway in sunny Concord, North Carolina for 200 caution-plagued, yet exciting, laps of online racing.  With a win at Bristol to his credit, Richard Towler has been quite the force in the online racing series.  The Englishman arrived at CMS … Read the Rest »

Pro Oval Sim Racers off to Competitive Start

May 17th, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing.com Pro Series got off to a fiercely competitive start last week with 166 iRacers competing in ten splits at Darlington Raceway.  After a week’s worth of racing, Patrick Fogel and Josh Parker emerged atop the championship leader board with 273 points apiece, thanks to wins on Wednesday and Saturday respectively. Fogel qualified … Read the Rest »

Online Racing a Featured Attraction at NASCAR Hall of Fame

May 5th, 2010 by

The 15 iRacing.com-powered NASCAR stock car simulators proved to be a popular attraction yesterday during a media preview of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.   More than 100 journalists took the opportunity to take some virtual laps of Charlotte Motor Speedway in one of the seven two-seat NASCAR stock car replicas, along … Read the Rest »

Online Racing a Featured Attraction at NASCAR Hall of Fame

May 5th, 2010 by

The 15 iRacing.com-powered NASCAR stock car simulators proved to be a popular attraction yesterday during a media preview of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.   More than 100 journalists took the opportunity to take some virtual laps of Charlotte Motor Speedway in one of the seven two-seat NASCAR stock car replicas, along with a 15th simulator in an ADA stock car.  In addition, journalists were able to run sample qualifying sessions with a separate group of more basic online racing simulators. Journalists line-up to sample the iRacing simulators at the NASCAR Hall of Fame

Online Racing's Talladega 811

April 26th, 2010 by

The World Tour of iRacing’s first doubleheader weekend produced 811 miles of action-packed online racing as Friday’s Talladega 312 for Impala SS Class B and Saturday’s Talladega 499 for Impala SS Class A (COT) saw more than 1,200 entries and nearly 6,000 laps of fierce sim racing competition. Every iRacer had a shot or two … Read the Rest »

Online Racing’s Talladega 811

April 26th, 2010 by

The World Tour of iRacing’s first doubleheader weekend produced 811 miles of action-packed online racing as Friday’s Talladega 312 for Impala SS Class B and Saturday’s Talladega 499 for Impala SS Class A (COT) saw more than 1,200 entries and nearly 6,000 laps of fierce sim racing competition. Every iRacer had a shot or two … Read the Rest »

New Faces at the Front

February 17th, 2010 by

Nothing is worse for a race car driver than a broken down race car. When it comes to online racers, nothing is worse than a broken down computer. For almost the past two months, a broken computer was exactly what iRacer Jason Burstein had to deal with. He was unable to race, unable to compete … Read the Rest »