All News: iRacing Mazda Cup


Cars? Simulated. Drama? Real.

February 1st, 2011 by

Many of us will testify that explaining our sim racing hobby to outsiders can be a bit of a chore. Eventually, the term “computer games” is the only vernacular they can understand, as much as that term makes us cringe. It’s difficult to articulate just how many real-world challenges iRacing actually simulates, and how many … Read the Rest »

Lime Rock and Roll

January 24th, 2011 by

The iRacing Mazda Cup intensified at Lime Rock Park, with the Aussie sim racing party being gatecrashed by a quick Scandinavian and a token Brit. Mr. Consistency Jason Spencer predictably nabbed pole with a 59.756 from the very racily-named Mikko Nassi (Scandinavia), also in the 59s. Next was Kane Baxter-Smith from Adelaidean Mark Ludwigs-Christoff, making … 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 »

While the Cat’s Away . . .

December 13th, 2010 by

The Antipodean sim racers were at it again in a small but exciting field in the December 9th 10pm split three of the iRacing Mazda Cup at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. With Anthony Vranic absent for this split, arch rival Andrew Le nabbed pole with a scorching  lap of 1min 42. 258. Still, he was … Read the Rest »

While the Cat's Away . . .

December 13th, 2010 by

The Antipodean sim racers were at it again in a small but exciting field in the December 9th 10pm split three of the iRacing Mazda Cup at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. With Anthony Vranic absent for this split, arch rival Andrew Le nabbed pole with a scorching  lap of 1min 42. 258. Still, he was … Read the Rest »

Re-igniting real-world rivalries

December 6th, 2010 by

The iRacing Mazda Cup returned to Lime Rock Park for Week Four of Season 4B. Heading the field was the seemingly unstoppable Anthony Vranic of Melbourne. With a near 100% win rate at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in the previous week, he swapped wins at Lime Rock with fellow Aussie Andrew Le in an epic … Read the Rest »