All News: high banks

Howell’s Runaway Thompson Victory

October 15th, 2014 by

Week 11 of the 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 »

World Tour of Talldega 500

October 21st, 2013 by

iRacing did NASCAR one better . . . make that three better . . . by hosting four separate World Tour of Talladega 500s over the weekend. A total of 1,321 iRacers took to the virtual high banks of Talladega in their Gen 6 Chevy SS and Ford Fusions in separate online races for … Read the Rest »

Sansone and Lampela Battle At Bristol

July 2nd, 2013 by

Bristol Motor Speedway has quite an odd relationship with the racing community. Everyone acknowledges the excitement that the unique 30 degree banking of Tennessee’s most popular oval track brings, with speeds not seen at most short tracks around the country (with hot tempers to boot). While the acknowledgement may be there, not every driver is … Read the Rest »

Getting Aholt of the Monster

March 9th, 2013 by

When it comes to tough racetracks around the world, you will be pressed to find one more difficult than Dover International Speedway. The 1-mile speedway with 24 degree high banks provides some of the most intense racing in NASCAR. That intensity is welcomed by some while others shy away from it. Almost 600 sim racers … Read the Rest » Drivers World Championship Power Rankings

August 22nd, 2012 by

A fellow iRacer named Brayden Whitaker has created a rather interesting ranking which he posts on iRacing forum after every Drivers World Championship race. Here is his ranking for Michigan and Road Atlanta: This week saw the NASCAR Series World Championship hit the two-mile Michigan International Speedway, while the World Championship Grand … Read the Rest »

Karlavige on Top at Michigan

August 22nd, 2012 by

Jason Karlavige passed Jon Adams with just three laps remaining, then held-off a hard-charging Kevin King to score a career first win NASCAR Series World Championship win at Michigan International Speedway. Karlavige only led five laps over the 100 laps while King dominated most of the race, but both Karlavige and Adams beat the … Read the Rest »

Neck and Neck at MIS

March 29th, 2012 by

The Irish Hills of Michigan always provide the NASCAR Class A Series with some of the most aggressive online racing of the season. Week 8 was no exception as 714 sim racers took to the white knuckle, 200mph racing that the high banks of Michigan International Speedway has to offer. Multiple groove racing is … Read the Rest »

Shirley Wins at Bristol

March 20th, 2012 by

Week Seven of 2012 Season 1 saw the NASCAR Class B Series travel to the most popular short track in the country, Bristol Motor Speedway. The high banks of Bristol create exciting online racing with flaring tempers to boot. In all, 565 drivers ran at least one race at the short half mile while … Read the Rest »

Martinsville Madness Goes to Davidowitz

January 11th, 2012 by

While there is a battle for the championship with three weeks to go in the NASCAR Late Model Series (NiLMS), it was the strength of the Main Performance PC-sponsored drivers that made the story at Martinsville Speedway in Week Ten of the online racing series.  NASCAR Pro Series (NiPS) driver Richie Davidowitz led … Read the Rest »

Salvatore Magic at New Hampshire

October 24th, 2011 by

Brandon Salvatore added 229 points to his historic season on Week Eleven of the NASCAR Tour Modified Series (NiTMS) by notching the overall win at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Nicknamed “the Magic Mile,” New Hampshire brought out 95 of the best sim racers to battle for the top spot but it was the … Read the Rest »