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Price ‘On The Money’ at Richmond

May 1st, 2014 by

After a one week hiatus, the NASCAR iRacing Series was back in full swing for Round Nine of the season at Richmond International Raceway. Drivers had the opportunity to spend the week off concentrating on getting good and consistent lap times as well as tweaking their setup in preparation for Richmond’s upcoming online races. The … Read the Rest »

Behind the Scenes: The NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series

April 29th, 2014 by

New Build, New Challenges, New Toys I’ve been a member of the iRacing service since July of 2008, and not since the “2.0” build can I remember a time when the entire service was turned on its ear just because of a build release.  If you haven’t done so in a while, go check out … Read the Rest »

Hudson Tames Darlington

April 17th, 2014 by

Darlington Raceway welcomed the sim-racers of the NASCAR iRacing Series for Week 8 of the open and fixed championships.  Call it “The Lady in Black” or “The Track Too Touch to Tame,” Darlington has become a popular track in this series due to it being one of the toughest racetracks of NASCAR, with many of … Read the Rest »

Southern Fried NASCAR

April 16th, 2014 by

The NASCAR iRacing Class C Fixed Series approaches the conclusion of Season One with a tight battle shaping up for the championship. After spending Week Nine at Martinsville Speedway, 3,522 sim racers made the virtual trip to Darlington Raceway and Atlanta Motor Speedway for the tenth and eleventh weeks of action in the series. Darlington … Read the Rest »

Behind the Scenes – NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series – Texas Motor Speedway

April 15th, 2014 by

Let’s face it:  There are some who have been waiting a week for this article to hit the website.  I, on the other hand, have actively avoided writing it because revisiting last week’s race seems like a step backwards, nothing that would provide any kind of progress towards the next race.  However, this is easily … Read the Rest »

Overland and Alfalla Collect the Points at Texas

April 11th, 2014 by

Texas Motor Speedway was the racetrack to over 1200 sim-racers as they race towards the halfway point in the NASCAR iRacing Series. The ‘Great American Speedway’ provided some close sim-racing at high speeds, with the virtual track incorporating features of Talladega & Bristol – and with the tarmac renowned for its slipperiness — being precise … Read the Rest »

The Lone Star Paperclip

April 4th, 2014 by

Texas Motor Speedway and Martinsville Speedway are complete opposites of each other. One is a 1.5-mile high banked superspeedway and the other is a flat half-mile paperclip. Each track produces exciting racing, but in two entirely different fashions. Texas produces great side-by-side action and fast speeds and Martinsville is a tight, one-lane racetrack which produces … Read the Rest »

Raffurty Takes All at Martinsville

April 3rd, 2014 by

The NASCAR iRacing Series moved to the state of Virginia for Week 6 at Martinsville Speedway – also known as the Worlds Fastest Paperclip. The .526 mile track would completely change the sim-racers’ driving style from the previous week at Auto Club Speedway as Martinsville requires pin-point accuracy on the slow, tight corners – and … Read the Rest »

Behind the Scenes – NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series – Auto Club Speedway

March 31st, 2014 by

Today is Saturday.  Earlier in the week, Tuesday if you’re interested, our team did something we honestly weren’t expecting on Monday night.  We showed up to a brand new track and cleaned house.  “Max points,” as they say.  I could sit here and say “we” all night, but the truth is that I wasn’t there … Read the Rest »

Lopez Does it Again in California

March 26th, 2014 by

Auto Club Speedway was the playground for Week 5 of the NASCAR iRacing Series. This newest addition to iRacing proved a tough test for many of the sim-racers taking to its ribbon of tarmac, which provided for some close fought action. The wide racetrack allowed for lots of two and three wide racing, leaving lots … Read the Rest »