All News: Kansas Speedway


Great Scott! Krahula wins Kansas

October 23rd, 2015 by

A flawless final pit stop pushed James Krahula to the lead and the Unacceptable Racing driver finally got over the hump to win the American Cancer Society Race for the Cure 150 presented by DirtyBlinds.com at Kansas Speedway. The win marks the first victory for Krahula in his debut season in the Lionheart IndyCar Series. … Read the Rest »

Twice as Nice: de Jonge Sweeps the Brickyard

October 15th, 2015 by

For the second time in two weeks, Michel de Jonge found himself sipping on the winner’s milk in victory lane the the virtual Indianapolis Motor Speedway, leading all but four laps en route to a near-perfect victory in the RaceCentre 93 for the Lionheart IndyCar Series on the road course at IMS. “That was a … Read the Rest »

Bussa Still On Top in NASCAR iRacing Series Fixed

October 10th, 2014 by

After a couple weeks break from writing about the NASCAR iRacing Series, it’s time to catch-up on all the sim racing action, as the series is continually moving towards the endpoint – at Homestead. The NiS has driven a variety of tracks as of late – from short track racing at New Hampshire, to the … Read the Rest »

To the Stars Through Difficulty

June 12th, 2014 by

From the virtual Western U.S, where Ryan Steele had an amazing come-from-behind victory in the sim race, the iRacing.com Silver Crown Cup adjourned to the digital plains of Kansas Speedway where a 13 car field competed in an action-filled, 67 lap sim race.  A race featuring four yellow flags for 16 laps proved to the … Read the Rest »

Conti Leads The Way In Kansas

May 14th, 2014 by

Kansas Speedway welcomed the sim-racers of the NASCAR iRacing Series for Week 11 of both the Fixed and Open Series. One of the newest additions to the iRacing track line-up, Kansas has provided some close sim-racing in the past on both the oval and road course configurations it offers – this week the drivers used … Read the Rest »

The Yellow Brick Road

May 13th, 2014 by

After spending a week on the high banks of Talladega Superspeedway, the NASCAR iRacing Class A Fixed Series brought over 700 online racers to the newly repaved 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway for 50 laps under the nighttime Kansas skies. Originally opened in 2001, Kansas Speedway had grown into favorite among drivers and fans for the multi-groove … Read the Rest »

Eszenyi Masters Talladega

May 8th, 2014 by

Round 10 of the NASCAR iRacing Series headed to Talladega Superspeedway in the search of super close, action packed unpredictability – and that’s exactly what they found. Talladega is renown for its flat-out nature, with the wide tarmac available drivers found themselves 4-wide at several times during the race distance. In the first of the … Read the Rest »

Petrella Pounces at Talladega

May 6th, 2014 by

With Chris J Miller (Carolina) claiming the NASCAR iRacing Class A Fixed championship for the first season of 2014, thousands of sim racers are eager to hit the virtual Talladega Superspeedway to being Season Two 2014 with a bang. With over 1,229 racers attempting at least one race during Week One, it was easy to … Read the Rest »

Tough as Steele

March 27th, 2014 by

The iRacing.com Silver Crown Cup raced their way into the virtual plains of Kansas for the first race with this car at Kansas Speedway. With many unknowns prior to the event, there was more uncertainty than ever as to who would emerge victorious in Thursday’s sim race.  Jeffery Mays snagged the pole away from Thomas … Read the Rest »

Williams’ Richmond Redemption

March 18th, 2014 by

After an unexpectedly clean race at Indy last week, the iRacing.com Silver Crown Cup headed south to Richmond International Raceway for a grueling 100 lap contest. Only two different leaders featured in the brawl and just a single caution flew the 75 virtual miles of online short track racing. Paul Williams shared the front row … Read the Rest »