All News: Late Models

Bergeron takes it at the Bullring

May 29th, 2018 by Randolph Chenowth

For the second round of the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series the greatest late model drivers had to deal with the tricky Limaland circuit. The 1/4 mile track sees a lot of racing up high, but interesting opportunities to make moves in lower lanes when track conditions get right.    Initially the … Read the Rest »

Coming to iRacing: Knoxville Raceway

April 21st, 2017 by David Phillips announced today that it plans to add Knoxville Raceway to its catalogue of precisely-modeled race tracks. Known as the “Sprint Car Capital of the World,” the 1/2 mile dirt track hosts the famed Knoxville Nationals as well as weekly races throughout the racing season. Widely considered the premier sprint car event of the year, … Read the Rest »

Pure Irwindale: Welcome to the Road Kill Racing Series

June 16th, 2014 by

Irwindale is a very special track to iRacing. Not only is it one of the most difficult tracks to sim race, but is also league admin Leila Wilson’s favorite (and home) track. Her idea of the “All Irwindale Series” sparked in the winter of 2013, giving birth to one of the most unique leagues iRacing … Read the Rest »

Two Great Races, One Greater Cause

October 22nd, 2013 by

The Beauty and the Beast are back for the 2nd annual Alan Binder’s Beauty and Beast Charity Challenge, accompanied by the inaugural Art Wheeler Memorial Fall Classic 150! The Races: For the second consecutive year, the United Short Track Racing Association has partnered with Distorted Performance Group to bring you two special events during Week … Read the Rest »

iRacer of the Week: Joshua B Gerrald

July 23rd, 2012 by

Ray Alfalla, Jon Adams, Patrick Fogel and Brad Davies are some of the many drivers who compete in the NASCAR Series World Championship, but have you ever wondered how they got there? They started iRacing as a rookie in the Legends car, then they worked their way up through the Late Models, Class C … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile – Trenton Moriarity

December 10th, 2011 by

Trenton Moriarity embodies much that is good about the sport of sim racing.  Sure, he’s a fierce competitor.  He currently enjoys a narrow lead over rivals Kevin Burris and David Ratler in the Late Model Series, thanks to taking six wins and five more top fives in a dozen starts so far this season.  … Read the Rest »

Fallen Heroes 200 Presented by GT Vodka to Close Vidane Season

September 9th, 2011 by

The simulation cars and stars of the eXlander Pro Series will take to the track for one final time in the 2011 season as the Late Models roll into Bristol Motor Speedway Sunday, September 11th for the Fallen Heroes 200 Presented by Grand Touring (GT) Vodka. This is the fifth event on the Summer schedule … Read the Rest »

STPC Kicks Off Late Model Season

February 21st, 2011 by

Sunday, February 13th  saw the Short Track Pro Cup series kick-off its new online racing season in the Late Models at USA Speedway.  In three separate skill- matched divisions the green flag dropped at 9:15pm EST with some great drivers lined up for the challenge. In the Premier Division, the pinnacle of STPC Late Model … Read the Rest »

Short Track Pro Cup Late Models Wrap: 2010 Season Four

February 7th, 2011 by

In one of the most exciting points finishes in Short Track Pro Cup history, for two of the three skill-matched divisions it all came down to the final week for the championship.  Going into the tricky-triangle at Concord Speedway, no less than four sim races still had a shot at the championship Premier and Sportsman … Read the Rest »

A Rare Breed

July 2nd, 2010 by

You know what they say about NFL placekickers:  they’re a rare breed.  That’s understandable, given it’s a sport where anyone who checks-in under 6’2” and 250 lbs is considered petit and the fate of a team – and the hopes of millions of fans — often rests on one man’s ability to kick an ellipsoid … Read the Rest »