All News: New Hampshire Motor Speedway


To the Stars Through Difficulty

June 12th, 2014 by

From the virtual Western U.S, where Ryan Steele had an amazing come-from-behind victory in the sim race, the iRacing.com Silver Crown Cup adjourned to the digital plains of Kansas Speedway where a 13 car field competed in an action-filled, 67 lap sim race.  A race featuring four yellow flags for 16 laps proved to the … Read the Rest »

UK&I Skippies Go Roval

May 27th, 2014 by

Week Three of the UK&I Skip Barber League’s second season in 2014 headed to New England for 21 laps of sim-racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  The field was a bit smaller than other races with 34 F2000s lined up on the “roval” and championship leader Marcus Hamilton starting from pole position with an impressive … Read the Rest »

Jennings Magical in New Hampshire

May 27th, 2014 by

Week Three of the 2014 Season 2 iRacing.com IndyCar Oval Series sent the series to New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Only 34 sim-racers participated in online races throughout a week in which restarts, handling, and fuel strategy were the main stories. Gary Borkenhagen (Midwest) started on pole with Connor Cross (Ohio) on his outside ahead of … Read the Rest »

The Kitchen Sink: Surviving New Hampshire

May 12th, 2014 by

With the way the tires on the Dallara IndyCar act at cold temperatures, the car is quite difficult to drive until the front tires gain enough heat to stop the car from snapping loose. Because of this, the first two or three laps of a stint at New Hampshire mandate that competitors drive with caution. … Read the Rest »

A Three “Crown” Race

April 17th, 2014 by

The finale of Season One is upon us, and the iRacing Silver Crown Cup has one of the tightest point battles of any series heading into the final week. Vinnie Sansone and Paul Williams have come within 39 points of series leader Brandon Buchberger ahead of the finale, set for the virtual plains of Homestead-Miami … Read the Rest »

Sansone Gains Ground in Kentucky

April 11th, 2014 by

With the first Season of iRacing’s 2014 year quickly coming to a close, the iRacing.com Silver Crown Cup stormed into the virtual hills of Kentucky for a 100 mile contest. The Thursday night sim race featured thrills and spills, as the points battle for the overall championship tightens-up with just two weeks of sim racing … Read the Rest »

Buchberger Thrashes to Victory at Bristol

April 2nd, 2014 by

After an exciting, draft-filled week of sim-racing on the virtual plains of Kansas, the iRacing Silver Crown Cup traveled east to the last great (digital) colosseum: Bristol Motor Speedway. This half-mile re-creation of the historic speedway produced some classic sim-racing during Thursday night’s event. With drivers having such experience with this car/track combination, the yellow … Read the Rest »

Chin Up

February 21st, 2014 by

For a driver competing for the 16th Street Racing League championship, Josh Chin had achieved almost all of his goals this season. One thing eluded him however, and that was an oval victory. Similar to Will Power in the real world series, Chin knew that without victory at one of the two remaining oval races, … Read the Rest »

Warren’s Magic Mile

February 18th, 2014 by

With visits to Pocono Raceway and Kentucky Speedway to start the season, the NASCAR iRacing Class C Fixed Series brings together over 1,700 sim-racers for 35 laps of action at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. New Hampshire is a 1.058-mile flat oval with banking ranging from two to seven degrees in the turns. Since opening its … Read the Rest »

Back in the Spotlight

February 14th, 2014 by

It was clear from the first race NASCAR iRacing.com Class C Series of the week that the open truck racing at Kentucky Speedway would be competitive.  Week Two of the C Open season saw a return to the spotlight for perennial front runner Carl Taylor, who by all means dominated the week statistically.  With the … Read the Rest »