All News: Infineon Raceway

Sonoma: The Return of Townend

July 8th, 2014 by

The last time Blake Townend had won a race in the UK&I Skip Barber League was the penultimate race of last season, at Sonoma.  Is it a coincidence that this would be the site of his triumphant return for Season 2 of 2014?  Possibly, but his dominant victory saw him take the checkered flag by … Read the Rest »

Mustang Points Battle Sharpens at Sonoma

June 25th, 2013 by

While not approaching the massive turnout at The Glen in Week 7, the Mustang Cup’s Week 8 provided intense racing through 17 laps on the tricky Infineon Raceway “Cup” configuration.  Tire management became an issue, with many sim-racers reporting swiftly deteriorating handling in the closing laps of each race.  While the track invited lots … Read the Rest »

Fritsche Back on Top

April 8th, 2013 by

Lingqvist’s Lead Nearly Unassailable; Lotus Likely Champions Sonoma Raceway and Mosport Park represent two completely different tracks with the former being an undulating track with wide range of corners through dusty hills, while the latter is a classic ex-Formula 1 venue steeped in history and full of flowing corners.  Together, they posed quite a back-to-back … Read the Rest »

Aussies Take a Cadillac Cup 1-2

October 25th, 2012 by

Round 12 of the Cadillac Cup and the final stop for the season would see the drivers tackle the challenging Infineon Raceway. It was crunch time for a lot of the regular drivers, as titles where on the line, including the chase for the Division 2 title with Fabian Ventura and James A Cullen … Read the Rest »

Cadillacs Roar in Sonoma

September 27th, 2012 by

Round Eight of the Cadillac Cup went to Infineon Raceway (now-known as Sonoma Raceway), Sonoma has a few different layouts but the Cadillac sin racers would tackle the full 2.53 miles course (4km) featuring 12 turns, including two hairpins. This week the drivers didn’t show up in their normal numbers but still a good … Read the Rest »

Aussie Assault at Mid-Ohio

September 20th, 2012 by

Round Seven of the Cadillac Cup went to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, which is a track located just outside the village of Lexington. This difficult track is 2.25 mile (3.6km) long and features a lot of slow corners and some longs straights which lead into heavy braking areas and make for good passing opportunities. … Read the Rest »

iRacers the World Over Contest Cadillac Cup

July 31st, 2012 by

More than 3800 iRacers from all over the world took part in the inaugural Cadillac Cup in 2012 Season 2.   Featuring a meticulously rendered digital version of the Cadillac CTS-V as raced in the SCCA’s Pirelli World Challenge Series, the Cadillac Cup attracted iRacers, Rookies through Pros, from North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia … Read the Rest »

Huttu Marches On

May 30th, 2012 by

Continuing his renaissance and his bid to reclaim his World Championship Grand Prix Series title, Greger Huttu claimed the spoils of victory in Round Seven of the 2012 series, to strengthen his position atop the leader board.  Dominating proceedings on iRacing’s digital rendition of the Infineon Raceway, Huttu piloted his Williams-Toyota to the finish … Read the Rest »

The Flawless Floridian

April 6th, 2012 by

The Skip Barber Racing School Premier Series invaded Sonoma, California for the third week of the season at Infineon Raceway. Christian Aranha and David Williams were the center(s) of attention as they went into the week’s online racing action tied for first place on the leader board.  Aranha continued his undefeated sweep this week, … Read the Rest »

Go West Young Men

March 23rd, 2012 by

After a brief spring break, the Skip Barber Racing School Premier Series headed over to the west coast for Week 2 action at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Laguna Seca, known famously for its Corkscrew turn, provided excitement for drivers on the virtual circuit. Some new faces made their presence known during Week 2, as … Read the Rest »