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Commodore’s Garage #37 – Truck Project: Farewell from Michigan

February 9th, 2018 by

For the entire Truck Project series of articles, I’ve tried to stress the concept of carrying one setup from track to track and making adjustments to suit the track instead of trying to reinvent the wheel each week.  While sim-racers have historically spent hours and hours building a setup each week for a new track … Read the Rest »

Behind the Scenes: The NASCAR iRacing Series powered by iRacing.com – Find Your Own Way

June 14th, 2016 by Matt Holden

The incompatibility between multiple drivers and setups is well documented in the real world of motorsports.  Almost everybody who’s been following NASCAR for a few years knows that Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch might have very similar cars, but Matt Kenseth’s car is probably very different.  A few years ago, even during the toddler years … Read the Rest »

Behind the Scenes: The NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series powered by iRacing.com – The Dawn of a New Era

September 19th, 2015 by

Who would have thought that, after three races in a row that were so strategy-heavy in the later stages of the race, the fourth in that series would be so unpredictable?  So much so that even those of us who were taking part in the race itself were struggling to get a hold on what … Read the Rest »

What Does the End of Week 12 Mean in the NASCAR iRacing Series?

May 27th, 2015 by

Short answer?  It means we have completed one third of the season, and run the Daytona 500 and the longest sim race of the season, the Coke 600. If my math holds up we have been scheduled to run 3,201 miles over 2,247 laps. Google Maps tells me that’s the number of miles covered by … Read the Rest »

So Near Yet So Far

May 26th, 2015 by

NASCAR iRacing Seres Open  – Week 12: 400 Laps at Charlotte Motor Speedway This is one of the races I look forward to more than most. The reasons are many, but the long green flag runs and pitting under green as well as the raw tactics of the long race always get me pumped. How … Read the Rest »

NASCAR for the Masses Brought to Us by iRacing

May 19th, 2015 by

Since opening its virtual doors nearly seven years ago, iRacing has brought the many worlds of NASCAR to the masses all around the world. As you start your sim racing life you learn car control, track types and racing with others all around you on the track. The rookie level has changed in the nearly … Read the Rest »

NASCAR Takes a Week Off

May 14th, 2015 by

The Coke 600 is the next points race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule, so NASCAR iRacing Series competitors will run the full 600 miles at the famous Charlotte Motor Speedway next week. This means we will run 400 laps on a track that can provide some of the best racing in NASCAR and some … Read the Rest »

NASCAR iRacing Series Recap: Week 10 Talladega

May 8th, 2015 by

Wednesday’s NASCAR iRacing Series race at Talladega Superspeedway went green from start to finish, requiring us all to pit from full speed, and the sim racing was great. As the cars left the track for the pits in teams or groups working together I moved up the standings from 16th on Lap 34 to second … Read the Rest »

Tough Times in Richmond

May 4th, 2015 by

Week 8 of the 2015 NASCAR iRacing Series Open takes us to another southern short track, Richmond International Raceway.  I enjoy sim racing at Richmond, but I don’t always get good results. I either finish well here or get involved in a crash, sometimes both. I had a good run here last year in the … Read the Rest »

Burnin’ Rubber & Cash Short Track Style

May 1st, 2015 by

Hello again race fans, and welcome to this week’s edition of Burnin’ Rubber & Cash!  It has been a long two weeks for our race team as we battled with Bristol and Richmond in consecutive weeks, but I’m pleased to say we survived and made some money in the process! You might recall that we … Read the Rest »