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Q&A with iRacing’s Richard Jobling

May 7th, 2014 by

Senior Software Engineer Richard Jobling came to iRacing from Scotland via San Francisco and Boston, MA in 2010. Having worked on the development of video games – including Grand Theft Auto – for nearly two decades, Jobling is delighted to have found a home at Q: Tell us a bit about your background and … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Brandon Six

August 31st, 2013 by

Q: How long have you been sim-racing? A: I’ve been sim-racing for about 12 years now. I started sim racing on NR2003 when I was seven years old. Q: What attracted you to iRacing? A: Justin Thompson sent me some pictures of himself on iRacing and I thought it looked cool, so I decided to … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Mitch Miller

November 3rd, 2012 by

In some iRacing circles, M stands for Mitch, Miller . . . and Modified.  While he is no stranger to NASCAR Class A, B and C, Street Stocks and IndyCars, 16 year old Mitch Miller (from West Boylston, Massachusetts, naturally) has focused most of his racing energy on the NASCAR Tour Modified and SK … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile – Dylan Duval

February 4th, 2012 by

Dylan Duval (aka D-Twice) is a quick learner.  Introduced to sim racing a little over a year ago, the Halifax, Nova Scotia resident rocketed from rookie to Class A (oval) license in no-time and quickly established himself in the front ranks of the NASCAR Class C Series by finishing runner-up to Josh Laughton in … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Joni Hagner

January 21st, 2012 by

It would come as no surprise if Finland’s Joni Hagner were to stop into his local tattoo parlor for some bow-tie “ink.”  After all, he’s pretty much a Chevrolet kind of guy when it comes to iRacing.  A fixture in the top ten of the Corvette class of the Prototype and GT Challenge (Fixed … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile – Teemu Lappalainen

January 14th, 2012 by

Away from the sim machine, Teemu Lappalainen is the shy and retiring type; the sort of fellow who likes to sit on the beach — in anonymity.  Turn the Finn lose on the tracks of, however, and he is anything but shy . . . or retiring.  After finishing sixth in the HPD ARX01c’s … Read the Rest »