All News: NASCAR Late Model Series

iRacer Profile: Steve Burnett

May 29th, 2013 by

Steve Burnett is one of those good guys in the NASCAR Late Model Series. Not necessarily the fastest driver on track or even the most experienced, Steve always manages to make his presence known in some way.  After I had asked for help in getting visuals and strength of field results from competitors, Steve … Read the Rest »

Smith Pulls a Trick Out of His Sleeve at “The Magic Mile”

May 28th, 2013 by

New Hampshire Motor Speedway is often considered a short track by many NASCAR drivers with its flat banking and low cornering speed, but for the NASCAR Late Model Series it is one of the biggest circuits on the schedule, with the cars reaching around the 130mph mark. The relatively flat Magic Mile would test … Read the Rest »

Late Models Tap the Inner Irwindale

May 17th, 2013 by

For Week Two the NASCAR Late Model Series headed to Irwindale Speedway’s “Inner” configuration.  Irwindale is considered the home of short track racing in the Los Angeles area and surely the Late Model boys would not disappoint. The track is a four-turn oval with zero degrees of banking, just a third of a mile … Read the Rest »

Majeski Masters USA International

May 12th, 2013 by

Sim-racers have a unique opportunity to race at USA International Speedway, a track with a short yet eventful history. In its one and a half decade of existence, USA International Speedway hosted various series and was once a popular testing ground for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Though the now defunct track simply remains as … Read the Rest »

Majeski, the Late Models Maestro

April 26th, 2013 by

Lying in the Estrella Mountains in the sparsely populated Arizona desert is something that in itself is very alive: Phoenix International Raceway.  PIR is the beating heart at the center of the beastly desert and the roar of the engines at one of NASCAR’s finest racing facilities can be heard for miles around. Though the … Read the Rest »

Majeski Comes Out in Front at the Langley Derby

April 22nd, 2013 by

Langley Speedway is and always has been a race track. However, at an early point in its existence the Speedway was known as Dude Ranch and was a horse racing track. It was eventually paved-over and became the starting points for great NASCAR drivers such as Denny Hamlin. The four turned, slightly asymmetrical oval which … Read the Rest »

Proving Ground

April 7th, 2013 by

Week Nine of the NASCAR Late Model Series took to the tarmac of South Boston Speedway. The track was originally built as a dirt track before being converted to a .357 mile paved track in 1962. Finally in 1994 the track took to its current 0.4 mile configuration. The four turns with 12 degrees … Read the Rest »

Terrorizing the Monster

March 29th, 2013 by

In Week Eight of the NASCAR Late Model Series gave sim-racers the opportunity to take to the high banks of Dover International Speedway.  The “Monster Mile” as it is commonly called is quite obviously one mile in length. Dover has four corners with banking of 24 degrees and even the straights include nine degrees … Read the Rest »

iRacing Spotlight on Daniel Williamson

August 15th, 2012 by

Daniel Williamson is arguably one of the best, if not the best Late Model iRacer out there. Chances are if you’ve run in the NASCAR Late Model series in the past few years you have probably spent most of your time chasing this guy wondering “how can he be that fast?” In his three … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Cody Thompson

August 11th, 2012 by

Cody Thompson is the first to admit he hasn’t always been terribly serious about his sim-racing since joining iRacing in 2011.  Then again, he’s had some legitimate excuses.  Like the fact that he’s attending the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse  (majoring in philosophy); or the fact that he bought a Street Stock this spring and has … Read the Rest »