All News: Sprint Car Series

Binder Miles Ahead at Milwaukee

January 16th, 2013 by

By being the oldest operating motorsport facility in the world, The Milwaukee Mile has its fair share of history with USAC and sprint cars. It’s only fair, then, that the iRacing Sprint Car Series devotes a week in their schedule to this historic track. Featuring long straights and flat, tricky turns, “The Mile” isn’t for everyone, especially … Read the Rest »

No Love Lost for the Lampelas at Bristol

January 8th, 2013 by

Bristol Motor Speedway; infamously known as Thunder Valley. Drivers either love it or hate it. Fans generally adore the action, and crewmen always wince after the green flag drops. It’s an all-or-nothing track, feasting on those not fortunate enough to survive to the checkered flag. It’s because of this that drivers in the Sprint … Read the Rest »

Binder and Lampela Lead at Lanier

December 31st, 2012 by

After a relatively quiet week at Thompson, it was time for the Sprint Car Series to return to one of their most popular tracks on the circuit – Lanier National Speedway. A staple of the series, this .375 mile bullring showcases extremely fast laps and “Don’t blink or you’ll miss it” action. Coming from … Read the Rest »

Turkey Night at Thompson

December 20th, 2012 by

After an exhilarating week at Iowa Speedway for Week 3 of the iRacing.Com Sprint Car Series, drivers found themselves back on a short oval. Not seen in the iSCS schedule for some time, Thompson Speedway was a new challenge for the majority of iRacing’s finest sprint car drivers. Featuring a richer history with auto racing … Read the Rest »

Inches to Spare in the iSCS at Iowa

November 30th, 2012 by

As the Sprint Car Series departed from Langley Speedway, drivers looked forward to the upcoming action at Iowa Speedway. As shown in past seasons in the iSCS, Iowa Speedway was sure to deliver side-by-side racing and quite a few memorable finishes. Featuring multiple racing grooves for 7/8ths of a mile, skilled sprint drivers can … Read the Rest »

Binder Scores 100% at Langley

November 29th, 2012 by

Last season the Sprint Car Series featured the introduction of Langley Speedway to the schedule. A flat track featuring six degrees of banking and a very slippery surface for the sprints, only those with the proper mixture of practice, speed and talent can tame this .395 mile oval. While last season’s inaugural events were … Read the Rest »

Binder Goes 4-for-4 at Phoenix

November 13th, 2012 by

The sprint car: once you see them, you’ll never forget what they look like. Popular in the United States as well as Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, the sprint is an absolute monster, packing 820 horsepower in a 1475 pound car that essentially appears to be a roll cage with four tires. Sporting a power-to-weight … Read the Rest »

Binder Teams With Beauty and Beast for Thursday Fund Raiser

October 23rd, 2012 by

Alan Binder’s record with’s Sprint Car is no laughing matter. Out of 69 starts in 2012, Binder has won 51 races, as well as scoring 66 poles. By leading 88% of the laps he has run this year, Binder is no stranger to taking charge on the track. It’s no surprise that the five-time … Read the Rest »

Binder Secures Clinches Sprint Car Title at Irwindale

October 19th, 2012 by

A classic staple of USAC sprint car racing, Irwindale Speedway is one of the most favored tracks on the Sprint Car Series schedule. With racing grooves contrasting with those seen at most other tracks, Irwindale provides a challenge for all racers looking to tame the 12 degree banking of the half-mile oval. Time was … Read the Rest »

Binder and Walczyk Sweep USA

October 12th, 2012 by

After a fast week at New Smyrna, the iRacing.Com Sprint Car Series took a trip to Florida to visit the now-historic USA International Speedway. Missing from the schedule last season, USA International provides a test of horsepower and handling skill for all drivers who visit the track, regardless of the car they bring. Relative to … Read the Rest »