All News: NASCAR Class A Series

Class A Status Quo

February 18th, 2014 by

Indianapolis is home to some of the world’s biggest auto racing events. From the Brickyard 400 to the Indy 500, this track has some of the most amazing history and stories that one could hope to find. As I sat down to prepare this article for iRacing News, I couldn’t help but applaud iRacing on … Read the Rest »

iRacing NASCAR A Open: A New Beginning

February 4th, 2014 by

We are now one week into the 2014 race season. Week 13 gave everyone some much needed down time and an extra week of practice, for arguably the most demanding race track for the Gen 6 car on the NASCAR Class A Series. Rockingham is a track with so much character and so little … Read the Rest »

NASCAR Class A 2013 Season 4 Championship Week

January 21st, 2014 by

2013 Season 4 is officially sealed in the books. With great battles in almost every division of the NASCAR Class A Series (open setup), this season was surprisingly exciting to watch. Surprising because, unfortunately, Season 4 is usually considered to be the “lack-luster” season of the Class A series.  Most drivers are fueled through … Read the Rest »

Get to Know: Dustin McGrew

October 28th, 2013 by

This week, I interviewed iRacer Dustin McGrew, whose nickname could very well be Modest McGrew. The 29 year old from Pennsylvania claims he hasn’t done a lot since joining the service in 2008, but many iRacers would dispute that point.. In 576 oval starts, he has won 178 times and has 399 top five finishes. … Read the Rest »

Morse Tops in Texas

November 14th, 2012 by

he NASCAR Class A Series (Fixed Setup) headed to Dallas, Fort Worth Texas for 2012 Season 4 Week 1. The drivers of iRacing took their talents to the Great American Speedway (aka Texas Motor Speedway), a track provides a lot of racing room and, not surprisingly, usually produces great side-by-side racing. A total of … Read the Rest »

It’s a Wrap

April 26th, 2012 by

With Kentucky Motor Speedway now in the books, the 2012 Season One NASCAR Class A Series (NiCAS) season is a wrap. A season that saw outstanding participation in the top level oval car in the world of online racing, and reached new heights for weekly averages will certainly be one to remember for a … Read the Rest »

Iowa’s Battle Royal

January 12th, 2012 by

The NASCAR Class A Series brought excitement with them as online racing competitors made the trip to Iowa for Week Ten of their twelve week season. As if Iowa Speedway’s unique 7/8 mile oval did not provide enough setup nightmares for crew chiefs, the Chevrolet Impalas roared to life under the night sky for … Read the Rest »

Ottinger’s Class A Title

October 26th, 2011 by

With Week 12 at Talladega now in the books, Nick Ottinger can officially uncork the champagne bottle and celebrate his NASCAR Class A Series Division One Championship. Ottinger averaged a stellar 314 points a week, dominating the competition in the overall standings. While Ottinger was getting dowsed with champagne, other sim racers were biting … Read the Rest »

Hot ‘lanta

September 8th, 2011 by

Atlanta Motor Speedway has built its physical world reputation as being fast, slick, and downright tough to get a grip on . . . literally. All the same characteristics transferred over to iRacing’s virtual version of the facility and it showed as only the best of the best were able to make a charge at … Read the Rest »

Hot & Slick

June 23rd, 2011 by

Hot and slick Michigan International Speedway hosted Week Seven of the NASCAR Class A series, and for some sim racers it was a week to remember while, for others, it was something they want to forget. Grip was not easily found at the aging track, as most drivers fought very loose cars on the … Read the Rest »