All News: Chicagoland Speedway

iRacer Profile – Kenny Humpe

April 23rd, 2011 by

Last week we introduced James Kirkham in this space, a successful SCCA racer who moved from Oregon to Charlotte to be in the midst of the motorsports business and give himself the best chance of furthering his career as a professional racer.  This week we bring you Kenny Humpe, who recently relocated to Charlotte from … Read the Rest »

Chicagoland Goes A Class

March 24th, 2011 by

The NASCAR Class A Series blew its way into the Windy City for Week Seven of their thrilling online racing tour. Unlike the previous week at Bristol, drivers had a bit of room to maneuver their machines around the 1.5 mile speedway. The 18 degree banks also provided high speeds to go with the … Read the Rest »

Bristol Surprise

March 17th, 2011 by

Bristol Motor Speedway played host to the NASCAR iRacing Class A Series for Week Six, and what a week it was. All the biggest names in online racing came out to the high banked half mile, looking to put their name at the top of the pylon.  But the name that wound-up on the very … Read the Rest »

Winesette Wins Another

December 3rd, 2010 by

Galen Winesette dominated the JWHRL NASCAR iRacing Class B Fixed Series race for the second week in a row Tuesday night, leading 43 of 50 laps en route to an easy victory. Just like the week before at Phoenix, Winesette started on the pole and was never passed on the race track, winning in convincing … Read the Rest »

Clean Air Key in Windy City

October 5th, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing Pro Series tackled Chicagoland Speedway for the first time this season for Week Eleven. This 1.5 mile “cookie cutter” challenged the pro sim racers in more ways then one. Not only was tire conservation key, but much like the NiSWC, clean air was vital. Two new faces found victory lane this week … Read the Rest »

Richmond Storm

September 21st, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing Pro Series stormed into Richmond International Raceway for Week Ten, under the lights for the first time in series history. Richmond has always provided some of the best racing the series has to offer, and this week did not disappoint. Justin Trombley played his strategy right, and was able to take the … Read the Rest »

Return of the Draft

December 21st, 2009 by

As the Chevy Silverado Championship descended on Chicagoland Speedway for Week Seven, so did the return of the often dreaded draft. Drivers had enjoyed a two week break from the “draft lock” tracks at Bristol and Phoenix, but would have to quickly settle back into pack racing in order to be successful.  Since this was … Read the Rest »

Berry Shines in Valley of the Sun

December 14th, 2009 by

Week Six of the Chevy Silverado Championship saw the drivers head out west to Phoenix International Raceway. There were several close battles to the finish throughout the week, as participants got their first taste of flat track racing in the CSC this season. The trip to PIR marked the second week in a row that … Read the Rest »

Oval Pros in the Desert

December 7th, 2009 by

Week 18 of the iRacing Pro Series Oval brought the pros to the Arizona desert, where Josh Berry continued his impressive form at Phoenix International Raceway.  Berry snagged the pole for his split on Wednesday with a time of 27.860s and never looked back, going on to lead 107 of the 130 laps and adding … Read the Rest »