All News: NASCAR iRacing Pro Series

The Road to Pro – Oval

October 7th, 2013 by

Close Racing Causes A Stir in Loudon

July 20th, 2012 by

Anytime the NASCAR Class A Series (NiCAS) heads to Loudon, New Hampshire it is always a nail biter, but this weeks door to door racing action created quite a stir around the online racing community. Whenever high horsepower stock cars are put on a relatively flat oval, it is begging for full contact, high … Read the Rest »

Caudill, Stergios, Earnhardt Jr. Headline 2011 NASCAR Pro Series Qualifiers

May 6th, 2011 by

Jim Caudill, Jr., PJ Stergios and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. are among a dozen sim racers to qualify for the 2011 NASCAR Pro Series (NiPS) and a chance to race their way into – or in Earnhardt’s case – back into the NASCAR Series World Championship (NiSWC) next year.  Along with nine other sim … Read the Rest »

Berry Closes on Pro Title

December 29th, 2010 by

This week it was off to the high banks of Talladega, Alabama for the NASCAR Pro Series. It seems no matter the size of the track, Josh Berry finds a way to steamroll the competition. He once again found victory lane at Talladega Superspeedway, and once again got top points of the week. Berry … Read the Rest »

Desperate in the Desert

December 15th, 2010 by

Week Sixteen of the NASCAR iRacing Pro Series took the drivers out west to Phoenix International Raceway for the first time this season. With only three weeks left until the end of the season, drivers on the bubble of qualifying for the 2011 NASCAR iRacing Series World Championship needed to keep their noses clean, while … Read the Rest »

Winding Down and Heating Up

December 1st, 2010 by

The pro sim racers took to the track in Homestead Miami Speedway for Round Fifteen in the eighteen week NASCAR iRacing Pro Series. As the season winds down and the points heat up, the drivers are getting tense and it showed this week in Homestead. HMS is not a track usually associated with trading paint, … Read the Rest »

Survival of the Fittest

November 2nd, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing Pro Series set its sites on the coveted grandfather clock this week, as they attacked Martinsville Motor Speedway. “The Wild Card” was what many contenders used to describe this week at the paper clip-shaped short track. It was survival of the fittest, as the cautions flew in record fashion. Wednesday night’s online … Read the Rest »

Happy (and Unhappy) Returns

October 19th, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing Pro Series made a return trip to Charlotte, N.C.. The return was great for some sim racers, but bitter for others as Charlotte Motor Speedway proved it’s not to be taken lightly. Brad Davies took the top split of the week with Tyler Hudson nipping at his heals in the battle for … Read the Rest »

Clean Air Key in Windy City

October 5th, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing Pro Series tackled Chicagoland Speedway for the first time this season for Week Eleven. This 1.5 mile “cookie cutter” challenged the pro sim racers in more ways then one. Not only was tire conservation key, but much like the NiSWC, clean air was vital. Two new faces found victory lane this week … Read the Rest »

Richmond Storm

September 21st, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing Pro Series stormed into Richmond International Raceway for Week Ten, under the lights for the first time in series history. Richmond has always provided some of the best racing the series has to offer, and this week did not disappoint. Justin Trombley played his strategy right, and was able to take the … Read the Rest »