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Michael Self Blog

November 8th, 2012 by

Michael Self has been competing in motorsports at a very high level since he won the Skip Barber Miller Motorsports Park and the Western Regional Junior Rotax championship in 2006.  The Utah native later named Champ Car Rotax Scholarship winner and won the 2008 Skip Barber Las Vegas Motor Speedway regional championship before turning his … Read the Rest »

Get to Know: Corey Stockert

October 29th, 2012 by

The iRacer I interviewed this week is probably one of the more well know iRacers, but it may not be for his driving. That doesn’t mean he is bad at driving, it’s just that most of us know him better for other reasons. As we all know, iRacing has a painting booth built into the … Read the Rest »

Second iRacing Pro Race of Champions Set for December 12

October 9th, 2012 by

Real World Pros Meet in the Virtual World for a Rematch An impressive line-up of the world’s top professional race drivers will square-off in the second annual Pro Race of Champions on Wednesday, December 12.  Drivers who are expected to compete in the online racing event include NASCAR Sprint Cup stars Dale Earnhardt, Jr, … Read the Rest »

Norton and Porzuc Take Talladega Wins

October 1st, 2012 by

Talladega.  When it was included on the 2012 Season Three IZOD IndyCar Series schedule, the controversial choice was met with some drivers saying that they would not race that week at that facility. This presented some non-regular top split participants the opportunity to race with the big guns.  However, in spite of those sitting-out the … Read the Rest »

Two-fers Abound at Iowa

August 29th, 2012 by

After a crazy week at Stafford Motor Speedway, one would think a week at Iowa Speedway would be a vacation of sorts, especially for the Sprint Car Series. Iowa Speedway is one of America’s newest pavement tracks, operating since 2006. Measuring out to 7 / 8 of a mile, the track resembles a superspeedway … Read the Rest »

Opening Week at Iowa

August 8th, 2012 by

To start out season 3 of 2012, the Nascar Class B Series traveled to the Midwest to race at the 0.875 mile Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa. Drivers started out the season with one goal in mind, knock off defending champion Jared Crawford (Michigan). To do so, drivers will need to be consistent front … Read the Rest »

Cater Tops Weekly Standings

May 23rd, 2012 by

For Week Three of the season, the Nascar Class B Series traveled to Iowa Speedway. Iowa Speedway is a 0.875 mile track located in Newton, Iowa and designed by Rusty Wallace. Drivers looked to stop Jared Crawford’s recent domination.  During the week, 577 drivers attempted a race while 170 drivers attempted one qualifying lap. … Read the Rest »

Conover, Lambert Bid for Late Model Title

March 26th, 2012 by

With the second half of the 2012 Season One NASCAR Late Model Series (NiLMS) campaign underway, championship contenders are beginning to emerge as the push is on to put together the best eight weeks to tally up to a title. Jeff Conover, an iRacing Late Model veteran and Mark Lambert, who has lit the … Read the Rest »

Mungin Emerges at Tour Mod Title Contender

March 7th, 2012 by

Giovanni Mungin has proved himself as a championship threat after two strong weeks in the NASCAR Tour Modified (NiTM) Series. The Pennsylvania sim racer has lit-up the division, winning the last two rounds of the series at the Iowa and the Stafford Motor Speedways respectively. Mungin gained points during Round Four by winning the … Read the Rest »

Lambert Leads Late Models Through Week Five

March 6th, 2012 by

Mark Lambert continues on a roll in the NASCAR Late Model Tour as he has extended his point lead in the popular short track division through five weeks of online racing in 2012 Season One. With two short tracks as characteristically different as New Smyrna and Oxford Plains Speedways in the last two weeks … Read the Rest »