All News: Graham Carroll


Kronke Goes Six for Six

June 21st, 2017 by David Philips

Martin Kronke isn’t just running away with the 2017 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series: he’s rewriting the sim racing record books in a season that has now seen him win six of six races and vault to a virtually insurmountable lead in his quest to mount a successful defense of his 2016 series title. … Read the Rest »

iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series: Two Straight for Krönke

June 6th, 2016 by Jake Sparey, images Hugo Luis, traduction Anthony Drevet

Round Eight of the iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series took the series to North America, specifically Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve where high speeds and tricky corners were the order of the day. After what had been a sensational race last time out, all eyes were on the battle between Greger Huttu and Martin Krönke … Read the Rest »

Siggy Soaks-Up the Pressure

May 18th, 2015 by

Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas; by modern racing standards a unique track. Hermann Tilke was one of the masterminds behind the creation of COTA — like many modern circuits — although some would certainly question the term “mastermind.” With many of Tilke’s tracks, you either like them or hate them; and it certainly showed … Read the Rest »

Tanson’s Title, Carroll’s Race

March 10th, 2015 by

The last round of the season; and still the final points standings weren’t set in stone. Gregory Tanson had a comfortable lead heading in to Silverstone, but with a fantastic finish from Jan Schwitter the top of the standings could quite possibly change. The 2.023 mile circuit had many overtaking opportunities around its 17 corner … Read the Rest »

The Skippy Suzuka West Shocker

January 6th, 2015 by

The second round of the UK&I Skip Barber League’s first season of 2015 ventured to a track layout not seen in recent times for a 16 lap race of the Suzuka West layout.  The western half of the legendary Suzuka circuit features the infamous 130R along with Spoon Curve and also Kamui Kobayashi’s favorite overtaking … Read the Rest »

UK&I Skip Barber Kicks Off 2015 in Style

December 29th, 2014 by

The opening round of the UK&I Skip Barber League’s first season in 2015 landed in Okayama for a 14 lap race of the full circuit, one that has proven to be a thriller in seasons past.  Taking the first pole position of 2015 was Simon Povey, but he shared the front row with Sebastian Job.  … Read the Rest »

Marc Mercer, Seven Times a Champion

December 17th, 2014 by

With a 100% bonafide UK&I Skip Barber League championship on the line, the circus returned to Zandvoort for a 13 lap race of the Grand Prix layout to determine the final champion of 2014.  After the sim racing thrills at Barber Motorsports Park the only championship contenders still remaining were Marc Mercer with 108 points … Read the Rest »

Skippy Sparks Fly at Road America

December 2nd, 2014 by

The UK&I Skip Barber League is never short on excitement; it’s an extremely competitive league with truly quick sim-racers throughout the ranks. Still, no one could have predicted the fantastically fast and frantic race that unfolded at Road America.  Taking pole position for the ten lap race was Tom Ward with Marc Mercer sharing the … Read the Rest »

UK&I Skippies Return Home to Donington

November 25th, 2014 by

With a third of the season already completed, Dominic Brennan found himself atop the UK&I Skip Barber League championship standings while race winners Marc Mercer and Richard Avery languished in second and third.  Week Three saw the return of Donington for the league’s second race ever at this British classic, with 19 laps of the … Read the Rest »

The Big British Brands Hatch Bash

October 9th, 2014 by

Last season Brands Hatch proved to be one of the more dangerous and exciting tracks for the UK&I Skip Barber League, and this season’s 15 lap sprint would prove to be no different.  At one of the several home tracks for the league, motivation and experience were predictably high for the over two dozen sim-racers … Read the Rest »