All News: Matt Bussa


As Tough as (Lime) Rock

August 25th, 2014 by

Week 3 in the iRacing Mazda MX-5 Cup brought the series to the virtual Lime Rock Park for the first of two visits for the season. While the course features only one left-hand turn, it was nonetheless a challenging week for the sim racers not only in terms of negotiating the track itself, but overtaking … Read the Rest »

Rights and a Few Lefts

August 16th, 2014 by

After spending the first week of the season making only left turns, the NASCAR iRacing Class B Fixed Series brought 1,231 sim racers from all around the world to the virtual Watkins Glen International circuit for 15 laps of road racing action. Regarded as the oval of road racing, Watkins Glen drew many of the … Read the Rest »

Warren Nips Bussa in Wild Finish

July 16th, 2014 by

Alex Warren took home his first career NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Powered by iRacing.com victory in a chaotic race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The finish, which will go down as one of the closest and most exciting in series history, saved the race from a complete mess after several championship contenders finding trouble. Warren … 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 »

Broekman Extends RUF Cup Lead

June 27th, 2014 by

The weeks have flown by in the second ever iRacing.com RUF Cup season, and one thing has become abundantly clear: Rens Broekman (Benelux) has been nothing short of impressive. This does not mean he hasn’t had stiff competition; rather he has capitalized on all of his opportunities and has been rewarded with an impressive points … Read the Rest »

Triangles and Ovals

June 18th, 2014 by

After spending Week Five at the concrete monster known as Dover International Speedway, the NASCAR iRacing Class A Fixed Series heads to Pocono Raceway and Michigan International Speedway for Weeks Six and Seven. While each circuit is over two miles in distance, that’s where the similarities between the two end. Pocono is a 2.5-mile triangle-shaped … Read the Rest »

From Japan to Delaware

June 6th, 2014 by

After spending Week Three in the Mecca of NASCAR, the NASCAR iRacing Class A Fixed Series heads across the Pacific Ocean towards Japan for Week Four and back to the United States for Week Five. Week Four brought sim racers from all over the world to the virtual Twin Ring Motegi circuit for 50 laps … Read the Rest »

Strong Start to Mazda MX-5 Cup

May 15th, 2014 by

With iRacing.com and Mazda partnering up for a once in a life time opportunity for sim-racers there has been an influx of competition in the iRacing Mazda MX-5 Cup.  No wonder.   iRacers competing in Seasons 2 and 3 of the 2014 iRacing MX-5 Cup are eligible to compete in the annual Mazda Club Racing … Read the Rest »

Crawford and Bussa Sprint to Victory Lane at PIR

March 6th, 2014 by

Phoenix International Raceway was the scene for Week Two of the NASCAR iRacing Series, and with its small front straight and trademark left dogleg occupying the backstretch, it proved to be quite a challenge for most of the drivers this week. With close to 1650 sim-racers participating in the seven Open and Fixed races at … Read the Rest »

The Midwest Tour

December 17th, 2013 by

After spending Week Five in NASCAR’s backyard, the NASCAR iRacing Class C Fixed Series heads to the Midwest-America for stops at Iowa Speedway for Week Six and Chicagoland Speedway for Week Seven of Season Four. A combined total of 4,057 sim racers took the green flag for at least one event during the previous two … Read the Rest »