All News: Michael Booth

VergilRacing’s Maiden Masters of Endurance Win

February 18th, 2015 by

Masters of Endurance held its penultimate round of the season back in the USA, as sim racers took to one of iRacing’s newest road circuits at Circuit of the Americas. The grade 1 track in Austin, Texas played host to the 6 hour race featuring GT3 cars, which was sponsored by After 24 hours … Read the Rest »

ineX Masters Master of Endurance 24 Hours of Spa

January 28th, 2015 by

Masters of Endurance reached the midway point of its 2014/15 season at the 24 hours of Spa-Francorchamps. The iconic Belgian circuit played host to round 3 on January 10 and 11th, the 8th annual 24 hour race held by Masters of Endurance since 2006. New teams from iRacing communities in France, Portugal and Turkey – … Read the Rest »

Coanda Simsport Draws First Blood in Masters of Endurance

November 20th, 2014 by

Masters of Endurance returned to the track after a two year break, opening with the traditional 12 hour race to start the 2014/15 season. Moving over to iRacing to take advantage of the new team sim racing feature, as well as acquiring sponsors such as Derek Speare Designs and iGP Manager, the series visits five … Read the Rest »

Globe Trotters

April 27th, 2012 by

Weeks 9 and 10 took the Prototype and GT Challenge outside of North America for the final time this season, to a pair of tracks 10,000 miles apart in opposite hemispheres. Their track layouts once again provided the globe-trotting sim racers with contrast from week-to-week as Silverstone’s wide, historic airfield layout in the English … Read the Rest »

The 14 Days of Florida

April 12th, 2012 by

Weeks 7 and 8 of the Prototype and GT Challenge were spent in Florida, as sim-racers started the second half of their season at two of the most historic venues for road and oval racing in the USA.  The sunshine state is no stranger to multiclass endurance racing, as it hosts a pair famous … Read the Rest »

A Study in Contrasts

March 19th, 2012 by

Weeks 5 and 6 of the Prototype and GT Challenge visited the longest and shortest tracks on the schedule – Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in California – to round-out the first half of the season.  With a history of multiclass endurance racing, and featuring in the World Endurance Championship this year, … Read the Rest »

Globe Trotting Prototypes and GTs

March 8th, 2012 by

Weeks 3 and 4 of the Prototype and GT Challenge saw the series venture to Japan for its first international venue of the season, as sim racers tackled the Suzuka International Racing Course, before returning to North America for a visit to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The Honda-owned Suzuka circuit is iRacing’s only … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile – Michael Booth

February 25th, 2012 by

When he’s not out photographing rugby (, Scotsman Michael Booth can be found at the wheel of his sim racing rig.  When he’s sim racing you can expect his virtual cars to be equipped with doors and fenders, as Booth had a preference for sedans and sports cars of many shapes, sizes and speeds.  He … Read the Rest »

Classic Prototype and GT Action

February 17th, 2012 by

For 2012 Season 1, the Prototype and GT Challenge opened at two of North America’s classic circuits, Watkins Glen and Road America, for the third season of Le Mans-style multiclass online racing featuring LMP2, GT1 and GT2 classes.  A few changes took place during the off season, namely adding extra weight to bring the … Read the Rest »

Double Vision – Again

January 26th, 2012 by

The final weeks of the 2011 Season 4 inRacingNews Challenge saw the mixed class (SpecRacer Fords and Pontiac Solstices) visit three very different circuits:  the short course configuration at Summit Point Raceway, Charlotte Motor Speedway’s “r-oval” road course and Okayama International’s  long course.  Long or short, r-oval or pure road circuit, Michael Booth and Gabriel … Read the Rest »