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A Third of the Way Home

March 3rd, 2011 by

We’re now a third of the way through the inRacingNews Challenge season, this past week’s events taking place on the Silverstone National Circuit. The top stories remain the championship dominance of Gabriel Tobar in the SpecRacer Ford class and Chris Hughson in the Pontiac Solstice, as well as Hughson’s drive to win both online racing … Read the Rest »

Three Stars and a Supporting Cast

December 17th, 2010 by

Talking about iRacing’s new Mazda MX-5, the inRacingNews article “Balancing Act” made the claim that “slower cars will always generate closer racing in the sim and in real life (than really fast cars)…” In support of that claim, I give you the 5pm split on Sunday, December 12th in the iRacing Mazda Cup at Mazda … Read the Rest »

Welcome to inRacingNews.com brought to you by iRacing.com

September 2nd, 2009 by

It has always been the vision of iRacing.com Motorsport Simulations to create a distance racing community and to promote the sport of simulated racing.  I use the word distance to account for the Internet and the global nature of racing and the iRacing community with members from over 70 countries.   But one thing our current … Read the Rest »

Editor’s Welcome

September 2nd, 2009 by

Welcome to inRacingNews, the first publication to bring you all the news from the world’s foremost race simulation service together with the latest developments from Formula One, NASCAR, IndyCar, ALMS, Grand-Am and other top professional racing series. Race simulation has become increasingly sophisticated and popular in the past twenty years, evolving from primitive video games … Read the Rest »

Editor's Welcome

September 2nd, 2009 by

Welcome to inRacingNews, the first publication to bring you all the news from the world’s foremost race simulation service together with the latest developments from Formula One, NASCAR, IndyCar, ALMS, Grand-Am and other top professional racing series. Race simulation has become increasingly sophisticated and popular in the past twenty years, evolving from primitive video games … Read the Rest »