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iRNC Invades Lime Rock Park Chicane

April 17th, 2013 by

The inRacingNews Challenge Rookie Series made the trip northeast to Connecticut in Week 11 for Lime Rock Park’s challenging 1.54 mile Chicane layout.   It was the second trip to LRP this season for the multi-class series and, as sim-racers are aware, misjudging your entry into the Chicane means you’ll spin right through it resulting in … Read the Rest »

GT Competition in the Empire State

April 15th, 2013 by

The iRacing servers during Week 10 did not lack great online racing. However, one of the highlights throughout the week was the incredible side-by-side action put-on by Touring Cars at a familiar venue: Watkins Glen International. The 2.4 mile “Classic” circuit is an incredible example of what American racetracks have to offer. The iRacing.com Grand … Read the Rest »

GT Duel in California

April 9th, 2013 by

From the sunny skies of Florida to the cloudy shores of England, the iRacing.com Grand Touring Cup competitors have seen it all during 2013 Season One.   But Week Ten found the iRacing servers hosting sim-racing action from California’s Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Nested in the sunny hills overlooking the Monterey Bay, the famous 2.238 mile … Read the Rest »

Down on the Runway

April 1st, 2013 by

The state of Florida is home to Disneyland, Daytona and exciting beaches, but none of that is important to the iRacing drivers this week. The iRacing.com Grand Touring Cup series, with its Mazdas, Pontiacs and VWs, will head to the former air base known as Sebring International Raceway for a battle on the runways. 3.7 … Read the Rest »

GT Racing Down Under

March 23rd, 2013 by

Week Seven of the iRacing.com Grand Touring Cup series featured Australia’s popular Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.  With its awesome setting overlooking the southern Australian coast, the circuit enabled sim-racers to enjoy virtual views while dueling around 12 turns, a long front stretch and 2.762 miles of racing asphalt in their VW Jettas, Pontiac Solstices … Read the Rest »

Touring Cars Visit Queen City

March 14th, 2013 by

After a week of some of the best racing on the iRacing servers, the iRacing.com Grand Touring Cup series took a trip south from the good old state of West Virginia to “USA Racing Central” in North Carolina. NASCAR’s backyard in Charlotte just happens to have a 1.5 mile oval ready for racing, but more … Read the Rest »

West Virginian Blues

March 7th, 2013 by

Summit Point Raceway is an unbelievably technical, fun and fast racetrack built in the Shenandoah hills of West Virginia, just north of the state border. The race is stretched to about 19 laps in the regular 25 minutes given. With ten turns, distinct elevation changes and 1.98 miles of racing room, the iRacing Grand Touring … Read the Rest »

Van Gisbergen, McCumbee Top iPROC

December 13th, 2012 by

Shane Van Gisbergen and Chad McCumbee each won a pole position and a race, and they each finished third in the other race, but Van Gisbergen won the third tie-breaker and was crowned the winner of the second annual iRacing Pro Race of Champions. McCumbee (NASCAR CWTS) dominated the opening round of the Chevy Silverado … Read the Rest »

A Beginner's Guide to the Art of (i)Racing

November 15th, 2012 by

So you’ve always wanted to be a racing driver, you’ve decided to turn your back on arcade games and concentrate on one of the most inexpensive forms of full-on motorsport: iRacing.com.  But you’ve never raced against other sim-racers before. The question running around your head, therefore, is just when should you actually line-up on a … Read the Rest »

A Beginner’s Guide to the Art of (i)Racing

November 15th, 2012 by

So you’ve always wanted to be a racing driver, you’ve decided to turn your back on arcade games and concentrate on one of the most inexpensive forms of full-on motorsport: iRacing.com.  But you’ve never raced against other sim-racers before. The question running around your head, therefore, is just when should you actually line-up on a … Read the Rest »