All News: New Tire Model


Poleske Takes Season Opener at Langley

August 6th, 2012 by

The third season of 2012 began with everything new in the iRacing.com NASCAR SK Modified Series.  First there was the new schedule, in which the recently-released Langley Speedway would make its first appearance as the season-opening race.  There was also the rebuild of the SK Modified, complete with the new tire model.  The build forced … Read the Rest »

Radicals Down to the Wire

July 13th, 2012 by

After several seasons where Club England have been prominent in iRacing.com’s Radical Racing Challenge, this year Club Italia have a vice-like grip on the majority of the major placings in the 2012 Season 2 Radical championship. During a season which, surprisingly, hasn’t completely recovered from the drop caused by the S1 release of the NTM, … Read the Rest »

Down Dominates Down Under

May 31st, 2012 by

Round Four of the iRacing.com V8 Supercars Series presented by BigPond headed back to home soil and Phillip Island.  The race marked the debut of iRacing’s new tire model on the Ford Falcon FG, one developed by V8 Supercar driver Shane van Gisbergen and Dunlop Series/Endro driver Scott McLaughlin with the help of iRacing’s Eric … Read the Rest »

A Decidedly Unofficial Guide to iRacing, Part II

May 27th, 2012 by

Yesterday we featured the first of a two part story in iRacing by  Swedish sim-racer Dan Segolson.  A resident of Stockholm, Segolson has been into racing games since 2000.  He switched to serious sim-racing with a clear road focus in ’07 in leagues at swedishsimracers.com where he is also one of the administrators.  Segolson works … Read the Rest »

A Decidedly Unofficial Guide to iRacing

May 26th, 2012 by

Dan Segolson from Stockholm, Sweden, has been into racing games since 2000.  He switched to serious sim-racing with a clear road focus in ’07 in leagues at swedishsimracers.com where he is also one of the administrators.  Segolson works in user experience in the online gaming business and has written numerous papers on what drives a … Read the Rest »

The Fun Factory Returns

April 30th, 2012 by

With words such as “Boy did I have fun”, “The car feels awesome now”, “Always felt in Control” and most telling “Love the new Radical, feels FANTASTIC!” it’s clear that in a patch which listed absolutely no specific changes, the Radical has returned to its entertaining best, after a season where its edgyness and less … Read the Rest »

Dell'Orco Dominates Spa

February 29th, 2012 by

2012 Season 1 Round 4 brought the iRacing.com Grand Prix Series to Belgium at the world famous Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Although iRacing’s Williams-Toyota FW31 is no stranger to the Ardennes, the new tire model forced many setup changes for the week’s online racing. Even at Spa the high downforce package reigned superior, allowing Max Dell’Orco … Read the Rest »

Dell’Orco Dominates Spa

February 29th, 2012 by

2012 Season 1 Round 4 brought the iRacing.com Grand Prix Series to Belgium at the world famous Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Although iRacing’s Williams-Toyota FW31 is no stranger to the Ardennes, the new tire model forced many setup changes for the week’s online racing. Even at Spa the high downforce package reigned superior, allowing Max Dell’Orco … Read the Rest »

Jake Stakes Early GP Series Lead

February 6th, 2012 by

iRacing.com Grand Prix Series off to a exciting start with new faces and updates to Williams-Toyota FW31 The 2012 Season 1 iRacing.com Grand Prix Series (iGPS) kicked-off with some longed for updates as the Williams-Toyota FW-31 was added to the list of cars with the New Tire Model. In addition to the NTM, the car … Read the Rest »

Same Old PIR

November 17th, 2011 by

Week 2 of the NASCAR iRacing.com Class A Series (NiCAS) took competitors to the very tricky Phoenix International Raceway. Unlike their physical world counterparts, iRacing.com members had to tackled the slick, old, sun baked pavement and traditional PIR configuration. Getting the 750+ horsepower to find traction on the exit of the greasy corners would be … Read the Rest »