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Keanie Slip-slides to Victory in Japan

October 27th, 2015 by

The fifth round of the iRacing Pro Mazda Series headed over to Asia where the notoriously slippery tarmack of Japan’s Twin Ring Motegi awaited the competitors for 16 laps over its 4.8km, 14 turn layout. Once again Ariel Bernardi wasn’t seen in this top SOF of the week, but the Italian had already earned 203 … Read the Rest »

Twice as Nice: de Jonge Sweeps the Brickyard

October 15th, 2015 by

For the second time in two weeks, Michel de Jonge found himself sipping on the winner’s milk in victory lane the the virtual Indianapolis Motor Speedway, leading all but four laps en route to a near-perfect victory in the RaceCentre 93 for the Lionheart IndyCar Series on the road course at IMS. “That was a … Read the Rest »

de Jonge Dominates at The Brickyard

October 7th, 2015 by

After an eventful opening 30 laps, Michel de Jonge settled in and dominated the inaugural iRace for Gage Indianapolis 500 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, leading a race-high 91 laps on his way to his first career victory in the iRacing.com-based Lionheart IndyCar Series. “It means a lot,” de Jonge said in … Read the Rest »

Huttu’s Fifth in Sight

August 21st, 2015 by

The Brickyard round of the iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series often sees more drama and excitement than many other events in the series. Although not raced in 2014, previous visits have always stood out as some of the best races in series history, where the long straights and a medium speed first corner of … Read the Rest »

Behind the Scenes: The NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series powered by iRacing.com – I Kissed the Bricks

August 7th, 2015 by

Nick Ottinger has 11 wins in the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series.  From our first ever NPAS race (and win) at Phoenix in 2012 to last night at Indianapolis, I’ve called the shots for 10 of them, the 11th being the 2013 race at Kentucky where Peter Fisher brought it home while I was at Charlotte … Read the Rest »

Higman, Dalton Take Superspeedway Wins

August 4th, 2015 by

The ITSR Power Series hit back-to-back 2.5-mile ovals in Indianapolis and Pocono, with the first race decided by attrition and pit strategy, and the second won with great long-run speed. At Indy, the pole position went to defending series champion Tim Johnston with a fast lap of 186.440 mph.  Johnston led the opening 10 laps … Read the Rest »

Ottinger Comes on Late to Win Indy

July 29th, 2015 by

Nick Ottinger of Gale Force Racing scored his first victory of the 2015 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Powered by iRacing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a tense late-race battle with Slip Angle Motorsports’ Ray Alfalla and The TEAM’s Kenny Humpe. The race came down to a restart with three laps to go with Humpe in … Read the Rest »

Hollyday Plays Strategy Card; Kisses Virtual Bricks

July 22nd, 2015 by

Round 18 of the NASCAR Xfinity iRacing Class B Open Series took place last night at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with the top-split broadcast on iRacingLive.  Whether in virtual or real-space, all drivers who grip the steering wheel and take control of their racing machines want to experience the euphoria that comes along with … Read the Rest »

Dalton Rebounds with a Kentucky Romp

July 21st, 2015 by

From the silky smooth high banks of Daytona to the teeth-rattling bumps in Kentucky, the ITSR Power Series continued its Season Ten trek with the 250-mile Marcus Napier Sr. Memorial under the lights at the Kentucky Speedway. Before the race, the Fast 5 qualifying session gave the top five qualifiers an extra five minutes to … Read the Rest »

Virtual Thoroughbreds Run Loose on Kentucky Speedway

July 8th, 2015 by

Week 16 of the NASCAR iRacing Class B Open Series took to the 1.5-mile Kentucky Speedway, and on Tuesday evening the top split was broadcast on iRacingLive and FANSCHOICE.tv for some live neck-and-neck sim-racing action! Despite the first half of the race looking like it would be a two-horse battle between Logan Clampitt and Ryan … Read the Rest »