All News: Nicholas Morse

Duval Claims Championship and Leads the Charge into NiPS

April 28th, 2013 by

With Chicagoland now in the books, so is the first NASCAR Class A Series (NiCAS) season of 2013. The Gen6 cars threw a curveball to drivers and teams, as well as delayed the start of the season, but ten drivers were able to adjust on the fly better than anyone and will be rewarded … Read the Rest »

Morse at Home in Kentucky

January 4th, 2013 by

Week Nine of the NASCAR Class B Series took sim racers to the Bluegrass State and the mile and a half Kentucky Speedway.  100 laps, 150 miles were on tap for drivers as they battled to see who could top the Kentucky asphalt.  Over 500 sim-racers found their ways to the starting grid, and … Read the Rest »

Alfalla Claims Charlotte

January 3rd, 2013 by

Week Eight of the NASCAR Class C Series (open setup) made a trip to the NASCAR homeland for 90 laps of high speed action at one of the most popular tracks in the service. Over 1,100 sim racers tried to lay claim to Charlotte this week, but once again, there was familiar face in … Read the Rest »

Experience Conquers Monster Mile

December 20th, 2012 by

The roller coaster named Dover International Speedway played host to Week Seven of the NASCAR Class A Series (NiCAS), and much like the blistering speeds, the point totals were staggering. Despite the track’s relatively short length of one mile, Dover more than makes up for it with banking. The twenty four degrees of banking … Read the Rest »

Morse Tops in Texas

November 14th, 2012 by

he NASCAR Class A Series (Fixed Setup) headed to Dallas, Fort Worth Texas for 2012 Season 4 Week 1. The drivers of iRacing took their talents to the Great American Speedway (aka Texas Motor Speedway), a track provides a lot of racing room and, not surprisingly, usually produces great side-by-side racing. A total of … Read the Rest »

Past and Present Pros

November 28th, 2011 by

While “Smoke” was dethroning Jimmie Johnson at Homestead-Miami Speedway, members had races of their own taking place every two hours around the 1.5 mile track. Much like their physical world counterparts, NASCAR Class A Series sim racers had to find the balance between a strong setup speed wise, all the while not eating-up … Read the Rest »

Same Old PIR

November 17th, 2011 by

Week 2 of the NASCAR Class A Series (NiCAS) took competitors to the very tricky Phoenix International Raceway. Unlike their physical world counterparts, 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 »

Pro Oval iRacers at the Brickyard: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

November 18th, 2009 by

The fabled Indianapolis Motor Speedway brought-out the good, the bad and the ugly in the iRacing Pro Series Oval.  Happily there was a lot more good than bad or ugly.  Case(s) in point: a couple of days after iRacing Pro Series Road Racing points leader Luke McLean finished runner-up to Josh Berry, Richard Towler (P2 … Read the Rest »

Berry and Caudill Jr. Visit Victory Lane at Indianapolis

November 16th, 2009 by

The iRacing Oval Pro Series visited the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the first time last Wednesday and two stellar drivers claimed the inaugural victories at the legendary race track. The always dangerous Josh Berry grabbed the victory in the first split of the night and part time driver Jim Caudill Jr. took the victory … Read the Rest »