All News: iRacing Grand Prix Series


Loozenoord Gifts Kralj Silverstone Glory

July 15th, 2015 by

Silverstone was the track up next for competitors in the iRacing Grand Prix Series. The historic circuit in Northamptonshire, UK, began hosting Grand Prix races in 1948: although it would be two years later when the inaugural Formula One season headed there for the opening round of the newly created World Championship of Drivers or, … Read the Rest »

Loozenoord’s Charge Falls Short, Stark Takes Victory

June 23rd, 2015 by

Season 3 of the iRacing Grand Prix Series got going in upstate New York at Watkins Glen. The configuration being used was the “classic boot”. This particular circuit around The Glen is 5.4km where drivers will tackle 11 turns over the course of the 35 lap race. Considering the format is the same as last … Read the Rest »

Berryman Takes Top Honours, Gonzalez Prevails

June 8th, 2015 by

The final week of the iRacing Grand Prix Series was upon us: 11 weeks had been completed, but for people on the brink of the top 15 there would be no let off. Road America, located in the state of Wisconsin is situated close Elkhart Lake. The track itself has a unique heritage. The circuit’s … Read the Rest »

Holzmann Wins Phillip Island, Closes on iRacing GP Series Title

June 2nd, 2015 by

With the final week of the season on the horizon, the iRacing Grand Prix Series headed to Victoria, Australia to tackle Phillip Island Circuit in the penultimate week. The 12-turn, 4.445km circuit – which features the 1km Gardner Straight – is notoriously the fastest paced. Although lap times will be less than 70 seconds per … Read the Rest »

The Chicane of Many Moves

May 26th, 2015 by

Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Montreal, Canada; the circuit that week 10 of the iRacing Grand Prix Series will be tackling. The drivers had 42 laps awaiting them where concentration needed to be incredibly high. With the concrete walls in close proximity of each of the 13 turns, over the 4.361km distance, a small misjudgement could prove costly … Read the Rest »

Siggy Soaks-Up the Pressure

May 18th, 2015 by

Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas; by modern racing standards a unique track. Hermann Tilke was one of the masterminds behind the creation of COTA — like many modern circuits — although some would certainly question the term “mastermind.” With many of Tilke’s tracks, you either like them or hate them; and it certainly showed … Read the Rest »

Bakkum States his Intention

May 14th, 2015 by

The iRacing Grand Prix Series headed to Northern Europe for Round 8 of the season. One of the (if not THE) most historic and well known tracks in Britain was the destination: Silverstone Grand Prix circuit. The track was a fitting one for the series to end its journey of Europe before heading back to … Read the Rest »

iRacing Grand Prix Series in Full Flow

May 4th, 2015 by

We may be starting the iRacing Grand Prix Series articles a bit late in the season, but as they say – “better late than never!” With six weeks down and six weeks to go, the famous “Temple of Speed” otherwise known as Autodromo Nazionale Monza or simply “Monza” welcomed drivers for Week 7 of 2015 … Read the Rest »

2013 iGPS Opener: Well Worth the Wait

August 12th, 2013 by

With 2013 Season Two of the iRacing Grand Prix Series (iGPS) finally water under the bridge, Season Three is now upon us. Now that the top finishers from S2 have achieved their long-awaited promotion, new opportunities present themselves for those awaiting S3 as this is the last chance during 2013 to join the sim racing … Read the Rest »

First Class of 2011 iRacing.com Pro Series (Road Racing) Qualifiers

May 4th, 2011 by

Recent changes to the qualifying criteria for the iRacing.com World Championship Series Road Racing have boosted the Pro License level from the category of “trophy stripe” to serious sim-racing achievement. To qualify for a Pro license, a sim racer has to finish in the top twelve of the iRacing.com Grand Prix Series in any of … Read the Rest »