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Norton Takes Texas-Sized Slugfest

October 22nd, 2014 by

Texas Motor Speedway. Eddie Gossage’s crown jewel. A generic 1.5 miler. Whatever you want to call it, TMS is track dreaded by just about every single driver in the iRacing IndyCar series. With good reason!  This sim race would prove to be an absolutely apocalyptic slug fest. At the end of the race, only four … Read the Rest »

Bragg’s Langley Clinic

March 5th, 2014 by

The NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model tour traveled to Hampton, VA this week and the bullring known as Langley Speedway. This flat, 0.395 mile oval is a true test for drivers on all levels; success takes consistency and patience, two of the hardest skills for a driver. The online race of the week proved very exciting … Read the Rest »

Jennifer Kosten2 Scores Dramatic First Win at Stafford

December 24th, 2013 by

Week 8 took the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Tour north to Connectitut’s Stafford Motor Speedway.   Most notably known for its SK modified races, this track still puts on great shows with the Late Model Series.  At a half mile in length, Stafford features a mere 1050 ft of straight away and long stretching corners.  This … Read the Rest »

Kentucky Dark Horse

December 17th, 2013 by

Week Eight week of the iRacing.com IZOD IndyCar Oval Fixed Series saw the drivers and teams head to Kentucky Motor Speedway. The bumpy 1.5 mile oval may have 14 degrees of banking, but the track surface pushed the sim-racers to find every little bit of grip they could from their Dallara IndyCars in the final … Read the Rest »

Vincent Shines as Hudson Grabs NiS Crown

November 18th, 2013 by

With the sand running out on its inaugural season, the NASCAR iRacing Series made its final stop of the campaign at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Although Tyler D Hudson locked-up the series championship over second place Landon Harrison last week at Phoenix International Raceway, there was still a tight battle for third and fourth in points between … Read the Rest »

Warren’s Dover Strategy Pays

December 21st, 2011 by

Dover International Speedway played host to Week Eight of the NASCAR iRacing.com Pro Series (NiPS) season and saw Alex Warren deny Nick Ottinger’s bid for a third straight win in the series.  Ottinger made his presence known, leading 59 of 200 laps, but Warren had the speed and track position when it counted, leading the … Read the Rest »

Warren's Dover Strategy Pays

December 21st, 2011 by

Dover International Speedway played host to Week Eight of the NASCAR iRacing.com Pro Series (NiPS) season and saw Alex Warren deny Nick Ottinger’s bid for a third straight win in the series.  Ottinger made his presence known, leading 59 of 200 laps, but Warren had the speed and track position when it counted, leading the … Read the Rest »

Miller Magic at New Hampshire

December 19th, 2011 by

Defending NASCAR iRacing.com Class C Series (NiCCS) Champion Ashley Miller showcased his talent once again in the series by taking the overall win during Week Six of the 2011 Season Four season at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Miller’s victory in the 3012 Sterngth of Field (SoF) race on Tuesday put him over the top … Read the Rest »

King Dominates Wild Race at PIR

November 9th, 2011 by

Nearly everyone in sim racing knows how much Kevin King likes Phoenix International Raceway . . . and it was not hard to see why on Tuesday night. King completely dominated Round Two of the NASCAR iRacing Pro Series (NiPS) at PIR, leading 120 of the 156 laps and never coming under any pressure to … Read the Rest »

The Big One

August 23rd, 2011 by

The iRacing.com Street Stock Series, one of iRacing’s few fixed set-up series, made its way south to Charlotte Motor Speedway this past week. Top sim racers looked to tackle the 1.5 mile track which is known to create pack racing with these low horsepower cars, which also means “The Big One” was on everyone’s mind.  … Read the Rest »