All News: Concord Speedway


Brown Goes Flag-to-Flag at Concord

April 26th, 2016 by Chris Wolfson

The Bootleg Racing League traveled south to Midland, NC to compete on the “mini” tricky triangle, better known as Concord Speedway.  Concord is truly one of the more interesting and difficult tracks on the Bootleg Racing League schedule with a three turn layout reminiscent of a miniature Pocono or Phoenix.  If you speak to the … Read the Rest »

Sharp Scores First Victory at Stafford

April 21st, 2016 by Chris Wolfson

After a spectacular season opener at Martinsville, the Bootleg Outlaws made the trip north to Stafford Springs, CT, and the home of the SK Modifieds at Stafford Speedway.  Matt Shinoski (#35) headed into the race with a single point lead over Richard Blake (#66) in the points standings at this early point in the season.  … Read the Rest »

Brooks Holds Off Kelley at Concord

February 22nd, 2015 by

On Thursday night, the Sim Auto Racing Association’s premiere division, the RB Performance Super Late Model Series made their first ever trip to the Concord Speedway for a 125 lap event. A smaller field of just 18 cars would run the event, but that would set the race up for plenty of green flag action … Read the Rest »

Close But No Cigar

November 21st, 2014 by

As the iRacing Sprint Car Cup crossed the halfway mark of 2104 S4  last week at Lucas Oil Raceway, it was made very clear that the driver to beat during this shortened season would be Pro-licence-bearing sim racer PJ Stergios. The past two weeks in the six week calendar have been nothing short of dominance … Read the Rest »

Howell’s Runaway Thompson Victory

October 15th, 2014 by

Week 11 of the iRacing.com NASCAR Super Late Model Series brought the powerful stock cars to the unique 5/8 mile track in Thompson, Connecticut. With the preferred high line, and tricky turn two exit, Thompson International Speedway is truly a one-of-a-kind sim-racing experience and — typically — one of the most popular tracks on the … Read the Rest »

De Sá Does Concord

March 5th, 2014 by

Week Five of the iRacing.com Street Stock Series headed to the Tricky Tri-Oval known as Concord Speedway.  Although this week saw low participation and only a handful of races take place, we did see championship leader, OJ Dompier take to the track looking to hold onto his top spot. The longest online race on the … Read the Rest »

Behind the Scenes: The NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Powered by iRacing.com

February 24th, 2014 by

Hello.  My name is Matt Holden.  I am a student of Mechanical Engineering in Charlotte, North Carolina as well as a technical inspector/race official for US Legend Cars International at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Concord Speedway.  I have grown up in the world of NASCAR and motorsports in general, being exposed to it at an … Read the Rest »

Unexpected Twists in Season Finale at Concord

January 21st, 2014 by

The final week of the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Series traveled to Midland, North Carolina to race at Concord Speedway.  This unique track is easily comparable to Pocono due to its triangular configuration, but with one very significant twist: it’s only a half mile in length, shorter than 2.5 mile Pocono’s front straightaway alone. Sim-racers … Read the Rest »

Taylor Overcomes Early Mishap at Thompson

January 14th, 2014 by

Week 11 saw the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Tour head to Connecticut to tackle Thompson International Speedway.  Thompson is a 5/8 mile oval where the racing groove is the high line since the bottom can become a handling nightmare for many sim-racers, while the entry to Turn Three has a significant bump that will disrupt … Read the Rest »

Racing and Reflection at Concord

July 9th, 2013 by

What is arguably iRacing’s most unique short track in their library, Concord Speedway is .5 miles of pure adrenaline highlighted by its signature feature – three distinct turns that each differ in their respectable banking. A favorite visit of many in the series, the track hosted Week 8 of the iRacing Sprint Car Series for … Read the Rest »