All News: Jason Galvin


Galvin Gets it Done at Atlanta

October 28th, 2016 by Jason Galvin

The race had it all: side-by-side action, spectacular wrecks, fuel milage, pit strategy and yes, a photo finish, even if it wasn’t on the final lap. And in the end, the car that spent the most time up front, held on to win. Jason Galvin picked up his second win of the Lionheart IndyCar Series … Read the Rest »

Goke Aims High at Dover

September 29th, 2016 by Jason Galvin

Veteran iRacer Wins Final Sim Race before Air Force Deployment In his final race before deploying for another tour with the United States Air Force, Jonathan Goke fended-off challenges from Jason Galvin and Team #nailedit teammates Ian Adams and Michael Gray to win the Monster Mile Challenge at Dover International Speedway, his fourth win of … Read the Rest »

Adams Breaks Through at Iowa

September 23rd, 2016 by Jason Galvin

It’s been a trying year for Ian Adams. The veteran of the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment has battled health issues, his girlfriend battling her own, and the distractions brought on by trips to the hospital and visits with doctors seemed to be spilling onto the track. Bad luck and mistakes have … Read the Rest »

Just the Wright Stuff at Phillip Island

September 16th, 2016 by Jason Galvin

A one month break couldn’t slow the stars of the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment. After coming up short in a battle for the ages at Brands Hatch, Jake Wright took advantage of a Dan Geren mistake to slip by and win the RaceCentre 100 at Phillip Island. “I think it was … Read the Rest »

Gray Steals One from Wright at Brands Hatch

August 22nd, 2016 by Jason Galvin

In a race for the ages, Michael Gray did what was previously thought to be impossible, out-dueling Jake Wright on a road course to win the Ovarian Cancer Awareness 100 at Brands Hatch. It’s the first Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment road course event not won by the defending series champion this … Read the Rest »

Gateway is Good for Geren

August 5th, 2016 by Jason Galvin

In dominating fashion, Dan Geren picked–up his first win of the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment season and simultaneously ended the Js’ streak in the Gateway 150 at Gateway Motorsports Park. “I’m so thrilled right now, it’s unreal,“ Geren said after leading a race-high 52 laps. “It’s such a stacked field this … Read the Rest »

Goke Dominates Lionheart Indy 500

July 19th, 2016 by Jason Galvin

The second annual I Race for Gage Indy 500 was full of surprises, except for in victory lane. When the dust settled on the 200 lap online race, iRacing.com fixed IndyCar overall points leader Jonathan Goke’s #08 sat atop the famed pylon, his first virtual Indianapolis 500 win in the Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by … Read the Rest »

Wright to the Last Drop

July 1st, 2016 by Jason Galvin

A performance for the ages was almost all for not, as Jake Wright sputtered to his fourth win of the season in the Premier Racing League 200 at Texas Motor Speedway on Wednesday night. The defending Lionheart IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment champion led 125 of 133 laps, but a long green flag … Read the Rest »

Temples Breaks Streak at South Boston

June 17th, 2016 by Chris Wolfson

The Outlaw Modified Series headed to Round 9 at South Boston Speedway with eight different winners in eight races.  Coming off his first win the week before at Thompson Speedway, point leader Donny Moore looked to be the first two-time winner of the campaign. Series fast-guy Phillip Temples took advantage of his pole position start … Read the Rest »

Lionheart MX-5 Challenge Atlanta: Galvin’s Win, Wright’s Crown

June 13th, 2016 by Jason Galvin

It took five races, but Jason Galvin found a way to knock series champion Jake Wright out of the win column in the Lionheart MX-5 Challenge series. Galvin led 17 of 20 laps from the pole, losing the lead only during pit stops, on his way to his second win to cap the inaugural season … Read the Rest »