All News: Kentucky Speedway


Ray Beats The Bumps At Kentucky

July 2nd, 2014 by

Kentucky Speedway welcomed all the sim-racers of the NASCAR iRacing Series to its 1.5 mile tarmac – where the action in Week 16 was to unfold. With its steep banking and tricky bumps, Kentucky can make or break a drivers season. With one groove becoming the prefered line as we have seen a few times … Read the Rest »

Brown Survives Kentucky Shootout

July 2nd, 2014 by

Joey Brown came up clutch in the pits and on the track at Kentucky Speedway on Tuesday night en route to his first victory this season in the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Powered by iRacing.com. Brown, who had hung around the front all night, made a gutsy two-tire call during the final round of pit … Read the Rest »

Moustakas’ Bumpy Ride

July 1st, 2014 by

Week Eight might have been unfamiliar to some drivers in the series–making left and right turns, but the NASCAR iRacing Class A Fixed Series returns to more familiar territory for Week Nine. Kentucky Speedway brought 517 sim racers to the bumpy, wide, and worn out venue for 50 laps of action. Although the track just … Read the Rest »

NASCAR iRacing Series Open Garage: Kentucky Speedway

June 27th, 2014 by

Kentucky Speedway, for some, is one of the most difficult of the 1.5 mile speedways. You would think with its steep banks and wide front straight it would be one of everybody’s favorites; however the bumpy surface and limited preferred driving grooves can be deceiving. There are points where the rough surface, combined with windy … Read the Rest »

Can Anyone Stop Conti?

June 26th, 2014 by

Sears Point / Infineon / Sonoma – whichever one you choose to call it, the California roller coaster always provides a challenge for the drivers and teams of the NASCAR iRacing Series, as Sonoma is home to the first ‘road’ race on the calendar. Keeping the tires from falling over the cliff proved to be … Read the Rest »

And Down the Stretch They Come…

June 26th, 2014 by

At the start of 2014 Season 2 for the iRacing.com Silver Crown Cup, the outlook on the competition was as clear as a lap on a dirt track in the rain.  However, this season has been loaded with excitement and wheel-to-wheel sim racing. With eight of twelve weeks in the books, drivers will be looking … Read the Rest »

Laughton Outruns Conti and Ottinger at Michigan

June 18th, 2014 by

With the way Chad Laughton’s 2014 season has been going, everyone knew it was only a matter of time before he would find victory lane.  The time finally came last night.  Laughton won his first race in the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Powered by iRacing at Michigan International Speedway after passing series points leader Michael … Read the Rest »

The Kitchen Sink: Getting Started with AutoClub

April 25th, 2014 by

Auto Club Speedway, the latest oval to be added to the simulation, offered iRacing.com IndyCar Series a breath of fresh air last season as it ushered-in some of the highest strengths of field we had ever seen. A lot of teams prepared before the season started so they could be competitive at the track. I … Read the Rest »

Sansone Gains Ground in Kentucky

April 11th, 2014 by

With the first Season of iRacing’s 2014 year quickly coming to a close, the iRacing.com Silver Crown Cup stormed into the virtual hills of Kentucky for a 100 mile contest. The Thursday night sim race featured thrills and spills, as the points battle for the overall championship tightens-up with just two weeks of sim racing … Read the Rest »

Buchberger Thrashes to Victory at Bristol

April 2nd, 2014 by

After an exciting, draft-filled week of sim-racing on the virtual plains of Kansas, the iRacing Silver Crown Cup traveled east to the last great (digital) colosseum: Bristol Motor Speedway. This half-mile re-creation of the historic speedway produced some classic sim-racing during Thursday night’s event. With drivers having such experience with this car/track combination, the yellow … Read the Rest »