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Lionheart Attacks the “Monster Mile”

September 27th, 2016 by Patrick Taylor

It’s been a while since Miles the Monster has seen an Indycar. The mascot for Dover International Speedway will finally get the chance to enjoy open wheel racing again when the Lionheart Indycar Series presented by First Medical Equipment stops at Iracing’s virtual re-creation of the 1-mile oval, affectionately known as the “Monster Mile.” Open-wheel … Read the Rest »

Fayash Claims Midway, U.S.A.

March 25th, 2016 by Kris Mulhall

Andrew Fayash lead the most important lap of the race Thursday night at Kansas Motor Speedway, and that was the last one. Fayash waited until the latter part of the Maximum Velocity Truck Series‘ Robert Rielly 250, to make a charge at the leaders. Fayash was very critical of the 1.5 mile track “I’ll be … Read the Rest »

Price Inflation! Two-Time Defending Truck Champ Raises Stakes at Dover

June 9th, 2014 by

As Season 2 of the 2014 NASCAR Class B Open Series approaches the midway point, it is obvious there is no clear-cut favorite to take home the sim-racing championship.  After four races of the young season were put into the books, no driver had pulled a repeat win and that streak remained intact after … Read the Rest »

Buie’s Monster Week

June 10th, 2013 by

Week Five of the NASCAR iRacing Class C Fixed heads to Dover International Speedway for some action at the 1-mile concrete coliseum. Over 2,000 sim racers took the green flag for at least one race during the week, but there would be only one who could claim they are king at Dover. NASCAR iRacing Pro … Read the Rest »

Kernich Tops in Class B

May 31st, 2013 by

With the Lady in Black, Darlington Raceway in the rear view mirror, NASCAR Class B Series teams headed north to Richmond International Raceway in Virginia for the first short track of the season.  121 sim-racers would take to the 0.725 mile track just outside of the capital city for a race during the third … Read the Rest »

Hall Grabs First NiSWC Win at Kentucky

June 27th, 2012 by

Robert Hall captured his first career NASCAR Series World Championship win at Kentucky Speedway, using pit strategy with 18 laps remaining to take a lead he would hold to the finish. While erstwhile leaders Ray Alfalla and Steve Sheehan played it safe and took four tires on the final round of pit stops during … Read the Rest »

Impalas Shine Under the Night Sky

June 1st, 2012 by

Week Four of the NASCAR Class A Series (NiCAS) took us under the lights, in NASCAR’s home town of Charlotte, North Carolina for 110 laps of fender-to-fender action at speeds over 200mph. To add to the already promising week, Charlotte Motor Speedway was next up on the NASCAR Series World Championship (NiSWC) tour, … Read the Rest »

Stroud Tops Dover

March 2nd, 2012 by

Week five saw the 2012 Season 1 IZOD IndyCar Series head to Dover International Speedway for the first time ever in series history.  With only 22 drivers showing up, it was also the lowest car count of the season.  With no official online races ever being scored, it was anyone’s guess who would come … Read the Rest »

Buie Tames the Monster

February 7th, 2012 by

Week One of the 2012 Season One NASCAR Class B Series (NiCBS) traveled to the track known as the Monster Mile. Dover International Speedway was the location as top sim racers looked to get a jump on the season in hopes of grabbing the series title from defending champion Jason Karlavige (Pennsylvania). 336 drivers … Read the Rest »

Ottinger Steals Victory at New Hampshire

December 14th, 2011 by

Nick Ottinger pulled-off what likely will be the wildest finish of the 2011 NASCAR Pro Series (NiPS) season on Tuesday night at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  Ottinger stunned everyone by going from fifth to first in just one lap to steal the win from Kevin King, who had been the dominant sim racer for … Read the Rest »