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Sim-Racing — An Indispensable Tool

February 6th, 2013 by

January 25-26-27 was a remarkable weekend for sim-racing in general, and iRacing in particular.  iRacers co-drove in five of the six class-winning cars in the Rolex 24 and the BMW Performance 200. Specifically, that would be Juan Pablo Montoya (DP), Dion von Moltke (GT), Nelson Canache/Jim Norman (GX) and Jack Roush Jr. (GS).   In Sebring, … Read the Rest »

Get to Know: Dylan Duval

November 5th, 2012 by

This week, I interviewed an iRacer who comes from north of the border.  Born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, this iRacer has been a member for nearly two years but has already established himself as a front runner on the oval side of iRacing. He finished ninth in the overall NASCAR Class … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile – Dylan Duval

February 4th, 2012 by

Dylan Duval (aka D-Twice) is a quick learner.  Introduced to sim racing a little over a year ago, the Halifax, Nova Scotia resident rocketed from rookie to Class A (oval) license in no-time and quickly established himself in the front ranks of the NASCAR Class C Series by finishing runner-up to Josh Laughton in … Read the Rest »

Don’t Just Watch The Daytona 500, Drive It!

February 11th, 2011 by

The Great American Sim-Race Is Open to Everyone Practice starts tomorrow (February 12) for the Daytona 500, a virtual version of NASCAR’s 2011 season-opening event that runs on February 19, the day before the real Daytona 500.  Unlike the NASCAR Sprint Cup race that more than 200,000 will view from the grandstands at Daytona … Read the Rest »

Sim-Racer or Sim-Rider?

March 28th, 2010 by

I’ve noticed two types of sim racers in the Rookie Legends Series: racers who are going all-out for the win and riders who are making laps and just trying to stay out of the way and gain Safety Rating points. I can understand where the riders are coming from. There are plenty of accidents in … Read the Rest »