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Sandt Jr and Powers Go to the Wire

November 12th, 2014 by

The NASCAR SK Modified Series traveled to Lucas Oil Raceway for Week 2 of the six week season.  Under the virtual lights, this .686 mile track held true to the high profile short track style racing and this feature race would be no different. With the SoF of just 1599 we would see various … Read the Rest »

Mann Up at Richmond

March 19th, 2014 by

Week Seven saw the Street Stocks Series sim-racers take to the short but tricky Richmond International Raceway.  The grid this week saw Scott Mann in pole position ahead of Jammey Walker, Robert Dykstra and Darrin Isenberg, with the rest of the 10 car field sorted by their iRatings. The green flag flew and the … Read the Rest »

De Sá Does Concord

March 5th, 2014 by

Week Five of the Street Stock Series headed to the Tricky Tri-Oval known as Concord Speedway.  Although this week saw low participation and only a handful of races take place, we did see championship leader, OJ Dompier take to the track looking to hold onto his top spot. The longest online race on the … Read the Rest »

Chaos Produces Dramatic Finish at SoBo

December 2nd, 2013 by

The NASCAR Late Model Series took on South Boston Speedway or Week 5 of the series.  Nestled just off highway 360 in South Boston, Virginia, this .4 mile oval turns into a gladiator arena for the sim-racers in the Late Model series.  Survival is the key to success at “SoBo” where many sim-racers fought … Read the Rest »

Okhrimenko Takes Laguna Seca

December 17th, 2012 by

Round Six of the Cadillac Cup headed back to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for the half-way point in the season. 611 sim-racers turned-up to take part in a race with 154 of them posting a lap in qualifying and 134 participating in the time trial competition. Qualifying Top 10 Qualifying was led once again … Read the Rest »

Binder and Walczyk Sweep USA

October 12th, 2012 by

After a fast week at New Smyrna, the iRacing.Com Sprint Car Series took a trip to Florida to visit the now-historic USA International Speedway. Missing from the schedule last season, USA International provides a test of horsepower and handling skill for all drivers who visit the track, regardless of the car they bring. Relative to … Read the Rest »

Improving Your iRacing Experience: A Guide Part I

July 10th, 2012 by

Practice, Qualifying and Racing Etiquette Hey everybody, my name is Michael Vaughn and I’m going to offer some general advice on how to improve your iRacing experience for yourself and your fellow iRacers. These views may not necessarily be shared among the community, but I think they can help anyone out. Practice We all have … Read the Rest »