All News: Sprint Car Series

Binder Dominates at Milwaukee

September 24th, 2012 by

With a one-two punch of short-track action (and devastation for some), the Sprint Car Series left the likes of Lanier and Bristol to travel to the famous Milwaukee Mile; the oldest currently-operating motorsports track in the world. In the first 49 years of its operation, The Milwaukee Mile was a dirt track. but since … Read the Rest »

Survival Is Key At Lanier

September 10th, 2012 by

Lanier National Speedway, located in Braselton, Georgia, started life in 1982 as a dirt track, which is commonly seen with modifieds, street stocks, and sprint cars. Five years later, Lanier was paved, and its popularity soared.  It’s because of this popularity, along with the track’s rich history, that brought this .375 mile oval to 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 »

Binder Leads at Langley

August 15th, 2012 by

Langley Speedway is the newest track to grace iRacing’s oval catalogue. Released last season, Hampton, VA’s famous .395 mile bullring is one of the flattest tracks in the region. Six degrees of banking ensure that any driver who ventures on-track will be hard-pressed to find the right amount of grip to succeed. The Sprint … Read the Rest »

Binder Fired-Up At Phoenix

August 8th, 2012 by

More than 820 horsepower. Over 650 lb/ft of torque. Nothing but a fancy colorful roll cage holding a 410 cubic inch V8 engine and four tires to separate the driver from the pavement. Lap times usually averaging less than 20 seconds. This is the sprint car. A common sentiment held between iRacing drivers is that … Read the Rest »

Binder Secures Sprint Car Title At Irwindale

July 25th, 2012 by

Irwindale Speedway holds a distinguished spot in the hearts of sprint racers. Within the ranks of iRacing, it is widely considered to be one of the best tracks in the schedule for the sprints, as well as being difficult to master. As the Sprint Car Series moved into Irwindale for the season finale, sim-racers … Read the Rest »

Bad Moon Rises at Bristol

July 10th, 2012 by

Bristol Motor Speedway has a well-deserved reputation of hosting some of the most exciting races one can experience. For sprint cars, this means action with a roaring 820 HP engine and less than 14s lap times around the renowned half-mile oval. As the Sprint Car Series rolled into “Thunder Valley” for Week 10, nobody … Read the Rest »

Binder On Fire at Oxford Plains

June 26th, 2012 by

Racing into Week 8, defending Sprint Car Series champion Alan Binder had stretched his lead in the points chase to 21 over Pro/WC driver Vinnie Sansone. At Oxford Plains Speedway, one of Binder’s favorite tracks, he proved that he had more to show than a win or two. While numerous drivers were learning how … Read the Rest »

Binder Resumes Control at Loudon

June 19th, 2012 by

Entering Week 7 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, a single point divided first and second spots in the Sprint Car Series between defending champion Alan Binder and Pro/WC driver Vinnie Sansone. Things were looking to be quite tense up front for the week’s online races, but “The Magic Mile” had some spells to cast … Read the Rest »