All News: New Smyrna Speedway

Majeski Wins at New Smyrna

February 15th, 2015 by

Ty Majeski wheeled his Ford Fusion to a dramatic win in last night’s Super Late Model race at New Smyrna Speedway, the second round in the 49th Annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.  After posting the second fastest time in qualifying, Majeski sliced his way to the front from ninth on the … Read the Rest »

Majeski Marveling at Chance to Race Seven Nights at Smyrna

January 30th, 2015 by

Seven races in nine nights is just about every race car driver’s dream.  It’s something that Midwest Super Late Model driver Ty Majeski has never experienced before, but it will finally happen for him when he makes the trip south to Florida for the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway. … Read the Rest »

Osborn Paves his Own Way to Victory Lane

November 28th, 2014 by

Week 4 of the NASCAR SK Modifieds series, traveled to New Smyrna Speedway, home of the World Series of Asphalt Auto Racing. At just under a half mile in length New Smyrna Speedway is fast and, with the potential of multiple lines, the sim racing here can produce nail biting moments. In this week’s … Read the Rest »

Disabled Motorsports Pro Cup Kickoff August 22

August 8th, 2014 by

Disabled Motorsports Pro Cup is the first series of this kind on the Internet, with all competitors being disabled individuals from around the world. The goal of the series is to have a place where disabled individuals can race against one another in the hopes of making all the drivers in the series better. The … Read the Rest »

Familiar Face in Victory Lane

August 7th, 2014 by

New Smyrna Speedway played host to the first week of the NASCAR Limited Late Model series.  At just 0.48 miles in length New Smyrna is home to some of the major short track events in Florida including the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing and the Governors Cup.   The events this week would … Read the Rest »

Circle Track School – Speed and Quickness

July 11th, 2014 by

Sometime last year (!), my first article for the service had to do with line of sight behind the wheel; where and how you should be looking down the track in order to effectively race and avoid the inevitable; to become a survivor instead of a victim. With the long-awaited release of the Super Late … Read the Rest »

Making it Real

June 18th, 2014 by

With more than 150 wins to his credits on the ovals and road courses of, it’s fair to say Scott Heckert is a serious sim-racer.  It’s also fair to say he’s a very serious professional racer.  A former karter and Skip Barber Racing School graduate, the Ridgefield CT native won Rookie of the Year … Read the Rest »

Majeski Takes Inaugural Super Late Model Title

April 24th, 2014 by

The first season in the NASCAR Super Late Model Series is in the books after what most would classify as a great season filled with exciting racing and heart pounding action.  Ty Majeski took the overall championship with PJ Stergios and Joe Quinn following closely behind.  Just 71 points separated Majeski from Stergios; Quinn … Read the Rest »

Kusheba Takes Early Lead in Peak Stock Car Dreams National Series

February 12th, 2014 by

With the top prize of a trip to the 2014 PEAK Stock Car Dreams Challenge driver combine on the line, many of iRacing’s top drivers showed up to compete in the opening rounds of the Peak Stock Car Dreams National Series.  Class A driver, Paul Kusheba of Monroe, CT holds down the early series lead … Read the Rest »

Five Gotta-Have Ovals

February 6th, 2014 by

Note: The following does not represent the views of iRacing. These are just personal recommendations. — JT So it’s your birthday and you’ve been given some money from Gram. You want to spend it on buying tracks for iRacing, but you don’t know what to buy. So you go to the iRacing forums and ask … Read the Rest »