All News: Patrick Fogel


Hazard Prevails at Charlotte

May 25th, 2011 by

Thomas Hazard held-off Brian Schoenburg throughout a late, long green flag run to score his second career victory during Tuesday’s NASCAR iRacing Series World Championship race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.  Hazard took the lead at the three-quarter mark of the race and, while the Schoenburg kept him honest, drove to a convincing win to bolster … Read the Rest »

Pro Oval Sim Racers off to Competitive Start

May 17th, 2010 by

The NASCAR iRacing.com Pro Series got off to a fiercely competitive start last week with 166 iRacers competing in ten splits at Darlington Raceway.  After a week’s worth of racing, Patrick Fogel and Josh Parker emerged atop the championship leader board with 273 points apiece, thanks to wins on Wednesday and Saturday respectively. Fogel qualified … Read the Rest »

Familiar Favorites

January 4th, 2010 by

The iRacing Pro Series Oval made a rare trip to a flat track for Week 22 of its inaugural season, namely, New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  In the series’ last visit to NHMS, the “Who’s Who” of the iPSO all found Victory Lane.  Thus drivers like Ray Alfalla, Richard Towler and Brad Davies all looked to … Read the Rest »

What’s in a Name?

December 28th, 2009 by

“The Lady in Black” lived up to her name during Week 21 of the iRacing Pro Series Oval. Many of iRacing’s top drivers received her infamous “Black Stripe” early and often. Although this was the iPSO’s second trip to the tricky Darlington Raceway, many pros still found themselves searching for the secret of how to … Read the Rest »

What's in a Name?

December 28th, 2009 by

“The Lady in Black” lived up to her name during Week 21 of the iRacing Pro Series Oval. Many of iRacing’s top drivers received her infamous “Black Stripe” early and often. Although this was the iPSO’s second trip to the tricky Darlington Raceway, many pros still found themselves searching for the secret of how to … Read the Rest »

It’s an Ill Wind that Blows No Good

December 14th, 2009 by

Week 19 of the iRacing Pro Series Oval blew the iRacing Pros to the Windy City of Chicago. The high banked, one and a half mile oval promised to be exciting for the competitors, but nobody could have expected what Wednesday night had in store for them. Wednesday night, which is usually the most popular … Read the Rest »

It's an Ill Wind that Blows No Good

December 14th, 2009 by

Week 19 of the iRacing Pro Series Oval blew the iRacing Pros to the Windy City of Chicago. The high banked, one and a half mile oval promised to be exciting for the competitors, but nobody could have expected what Wednesday night had in store for them. Wednesday night, which is usually the most popular … Read the Rest »

Oval Pros in the Desert

December 7th, 2009 by

Week 18 of the iRacing Pro Series Oval brought the pros to the Arizona desert, where Josh Berry continued his impressive form at Phoenix International Raceway.  Berry snagged the pole for his split on Wednesday with a time of 27.860s and never looked back, going on to lead 107 of the 130 laps and adding … Read the Rest »

On the Rebound

December 2nd, 2009 by

Brad Davies rebounded from a disappointing week of racing at Martinsville Speedway to score his fourteenth win of the iRacing Pro Series Road Racing campaign on Wednesday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway.  Davies started from pole and led 35 of 110 laps en route to a 15.9s win over Thomas Lewandowski who just managed to … 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 »