All News: Dallara IndyCar

Terrell Takes BBR Okayama 100

September 26th, 2011 by

A total of 26 Dallara IndyCars laid-down practice times prior to the Big Red Racing’s BBR Okayama 100, with all but one taking the green flag on the tough11 turn,  2.3 mile road course located in Japan. The night started with eventual winner Courtney Terrell taking pole position with a time of 1:18.136, two tenths … Read the Rest »

IndyCar Aero Primer

November 20th, 2010 by

Most of new (as well as many experienced) IndyCar drivers feel a bit overwhelmed when they look at the aerodynamic setup options the Dallara IndyCar offers them. However, this subject is not as daunting as you might think. Since most sim racers lack a bachelor’s degree in physics but do know how to race the … Read the Rest »

Huttu Fixes Chink in His Armour, Takes Win No.14

August 24th, 2010 by

With 14 rounds of the iRacing World Championship Road Racing series complete, Greger Huttu remains the dominant force in the standings with a 100% winning record.  However, the Finnish sim-racer didn’t have it all his own way on the Silverstone GP circuit.  The Team Redline online racer failed to maintain his flawless record of qualifying … Read the Rest »

The Unblemished Dozen

July 27th, 2010 by

Whilst in racing there is no such thing as a forgone conclusion, Greger Huttu’s writing of the iRacing World Championship Road Racing (iWCRR) history books could be an exception to the rule. Marking two-thirds through the inaugural iWCRR season with a visit to the virtual Infineon long configuration, Huttu continued his flawless record with his … Read the Rest »

A Perfect 10 for Huttu

June 28th, 2010 by

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 »

Redline Sweep Infineon in Online Racing War of Attrition

May 4th, 2010 by

As the iRacing Drivers World Championship Road Racing (iDWCRR) departs the Infineon Speedway following the sixth week of the online racing series, many of the World Championship drivers were left nursing virtual headaches after the toughest event of the season so far. In a race with no less than a half-dozen retirements, Greger Huttu continued … Read the Rest »