All News: Circuit of the Americas


Tactics — and Ward — Reign Supreme at COTA

January 9th, 2015 by

The Circuit of the Americas Grand Prix layout played host to the third round of the season for the UK&I Skip Barber league.  The nearly 3.5 mile circuit took roughly two and a half minutes to complete for the F2000s, so a ten lap race was in store for the sim-racers.  Sebastian Job took pole … Read the Rest »

Coanda Simsport Rebounds at NES 6 Hours of COTA

January 5th, 2015 by

After a month the whole paddock went from the Sunshine State to the sunny Lone Star State for Round Two of the NEO Endurance Series at Circuit of the Americas in Austin (TX). During free practice sessions on Friday and Saturday it became clear this would be a tough race for all classes. COTA is … Read the Rest »

End of the Road

December 10th, 2014 by

After 20 exciting rounds in a wildly diverse collection of digital race cars on some of the world’s great road courses, the inaugural season of the iRacing Road Warrior Series crossed the proverbial finish line in Austin, Texas. The Road Warriors’ weapon for the final weekend? The Skip Barber F2000 car. The Skip Barber car … Read the Rest »

Radicals Online Win NES Six Hours of Sebring

December 3rd, 2014 by

After many months of preparations the NEO Endurance Series (NES) finally kicked-off last Sunday at Sebring International Raceway for a six hour race. The NES is a multi-class endurance series with three classes: Prototype (P), Grand Touring (GT) and Grand Touring Challenge (GTC). In the GTC class all teams need to have at least one … Read the Rest »

Road Warrior Brazilian Grand Prix

November 26th, 2014 by

The penultimate round of the inaugural iRacing Road Warrior Series was held “between the lakes” aka Interlagos, aka Autódromo José Carlos Pace.   The famed Brazilian Grand Prix Circuit flows up and down the side of a hill the “interlagos” neighborhood of Sao Paulo, so called because it is situated between two large artificial lakes, Guarapiranga … Read the Rest »

Hoffman Wrangles Win at COTA

October 28th, 2014 by

AUSTIN, TEXAS -There’s long been the saying everything’s bigger in Texas, and Austin Texas’ Circuit of the Americas certainly aids that claim. The 20-turn, 3.4 mile circuit is a state-of-the-art racing facility laid out on about 900 acres of land, offering enough room to let track developers to run wild. Tight hairpins, sweeping esses, multi-apex … Read the Rest »

Taking Care of Business

October 15th, 2014 by

After 15 races spanning five virtual continents, the iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series made its final stop of the season at the Circuit of the Americas this past weekend. Although the title was wrapped up, there was still plenty to look forward to, especially with Team Redline’s Greger Huttu vowing to ‘finish the season … Read the Rest »

Less is More

October 14th, 2014 by

With a grid of only 15 sim-racers to do battle over the 3.4 mile long Circuit of the Americas you’d expect a relatively tame event for the UK&I Skip Barber League, but the ten lap sprint proved to be anything but tame.  In qualifying it was two-time race winner Sebastian Job who stamped his authority … Read the Rest »

Bonito’s First Win, Huttu’s Fourth Title

September 30th, 2014 by

There are occasions that a team could call their race a ‘good day in the office.’  Other days may be memorable, but this past weekend, Fanatec Team Redline ticked-off everything remaining in their 2014 Bucket List, in the process reaffirming their position at the top of the iRacing Grand Prix Series World Championship tree. It … Read the Rest »

Tanned,Tested and Ready

September 18th, 2014 by

With a trio of top six finishes in the past three races – including a storming run to second place at Road America – Michael Shank Racing with Curb/Agajanian is mounting a charge in the latter stages of the Tudor United Sports Car Championship.  Indeed, it would come as no surprise if drivers Oswaldo Negri, … Read the Rest »