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Crump Handles Iowa

August 5th, 2014 by

At the conclusion of Season Two, the iRacing.com service took a one week break in the official racing action to deploy their newest updates which included new content as well as updates to the current content. One piece of content that was released was the Chevrolet Camaro—iRacing’s newest addition to the oval racing stable of … Read the Rest »

Long Division

February 9th, 2014 by

As a member who generally races in Division 4, I sometimes feel all the news and stories we see focus on DWC and Pro drivers, along with the occasional Division 1 sim-racer.  So I thought it would be great thing to do a Q&A with some of the top drivers for the past season in … Read the Rest »

Get to Know: David Massieux

July 1st, 2013 by

This week I interviewed an iRacer who could definitely be described as consistent by his fellow competitors.  If you look at his stats, you can see why. He definitely doesn’t have the most starts on iRacing – with 144 oval starts and 140 road starts – but he has won 35 and 34 times on … Read the Rest »

Dillon Kicks-Off NASCAR’s Kentucky Weekend in Style

June 28th, 2013 by

Ty Dillon kicked-off NASCAR’s Kentucky weekend in fine style, passing Kyle Busch in the final laps of the Unoh 225 to score his second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win of the season.   The win boosted Dillon to third in the CWTS standings, behind Matt Crafton and Jeb Burton. Adding to Dillon’s satisfaction is the … Read the Rest »

A Golden Weekend

June 12th, 2013 by

In racing there are good weekends, there are great weekends, and seldom, there are the unreal golden weekends.  I can’t say there’s been much reflecting over the last 24 hours because, well, there’s hasn’t been much to reflect on.  I had a golden weekend, without a doubt the best weekend of my racing career, and … Read the Rest »

Michael Self’s PIR Blog

November 21st, 2012 by

Every race I compete in is different, which is ironic because when I made the switch from road racing to ovals everyone gave me a hard time saying that I was just going to be driving the same circle week after week.  But for those who said this, I can’t tell them how wrong they … Read the Rest »

Michael Self's PIR Blog

November 21st, 2012 by

Every race I compete in is different, which is ironic because when I made the switch from road racing to ovals everyone gave me a hard time saying that I was just going to be driving the same circle week after week.  But for those who said this, I can’t tell them how wrong they … Read the Rest »

Pastrana Debuts iRacing.com Toyota at Richmond

April 25th, 2012 by

Race Broadcast on SpeedTV, Thursday @ 7 pm (Eastern) Pastrana199 Racing will debut its iRacing.com Toyota Camry in the hands of Travis Pastrana in Thursday’s NASCAR K&N East Series race at Richmond International Raceway, a race which will be broadcast live on SpeedTV beginning at 7 pm EDT.   The world’s foremost online racing service, iRacing.com … Read the Rest »

iRacing a Key to Pastrana’s NASCAR Campaign

February 24th, 2012 by

iRacing a Key to Pastrana’s NASCAR Campaign Online Motorsports Simulation Service & Its 30,000 Members To Prepare & Sponsor Action Sports Star in 2012 Season When 11-time X Games gold medal winner and action sports superstar Travis Pastrana takes on the NASCAR world in 2012 a key weapon in his arsenal will be iRacing. With … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Sam Edwards

August 13th, 2011 by

In many racing circles “Squirrel” would not necessarily be a nickname of endearment connoting – in most circles – an excitable, unpredictable driver.  Yet, Sam Edwards proudly carries the bushy-tailed rodent’s handle and although he may be excitable, he’s anything but unpredictable.   In 2011 Season 2, for example, you could have set your watch (figuratively … Read the Rest »