All News: Ray Kingsbury

Champions Interview: Ty Majeski

May 15th, 2013 by

Ty Majeski is a racer, both on the simulation as well as in real life. I had the opportunity to catch up with the young, yet decorated driver and talked to him about his career thus far. Though highly successful on the real tracks, Ty also has managed to capture the 2013 Season 1 … Read the Rest »

Majeski Masters USA International

May 12th, 2013 by

Sim-racers have a unique opportunity to race at USA International Speedway, a track with a short yet eventful history. In its one and a half decade of existence, USA International Speedway hosted various series and was once a popular testing ground for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Though the now defunct track simply remains as … Read the Rest »

Majeski, the Late Models Maestro

April 26th, 2013 by

Lying in the Estrella Mountains in the sparsely populated Arizona desert is something that in itself is very alive: Phoenix International Raceway.  PIR is the beating heart at the center of the beastly desert and the roar of the engines at one of NASCAR’s finest racing facilities can be heard for miles around. Though the … Read the Rest »

Majeski Comes Out in Front at the Langley Derby

April 22nd, 2013 by

Langley Speedway is and always has been a race track. However, at an early point in its existence the Speedway was known as Dude Ranch and was a horse racing track. It was eventually paved-over and became the starting points for great NASCAR drivers such as Denny Hamlin. The four turned, slightly asymmetrical oval which … Read the Rest »

Majeski Tops LM Iowa Charts

April 10th, 2013 by

Just three weeks after it had been battered and bruised by the NASCAR National drivers, Iowa Speedway faced the grueling task of serving as the stomping grounds for Week 10 of the NASCAR Late Model Series.  Happily, the second successive week of racing at the Newton facility saw no drop-off in attendance by … Read the Rest »

Buie Shows his Legs at Oxford

April 7th, 2013 by

Week Nine of the NASCAR National Series visited the unique short track located in Oxford, Maine, none other than Oxford Plains Speedway. Oxford Plains is not your typical oval course. Though it has four turns, the track is more of a circle than an oval. The wide line required to keep maximum speed at … Read the Rest »

Proving Ground

April 7th, 2013 by

Week Nine of the NASCAR Late Model Series took to the tarmac of South Boston Speedway. The track was originally built as a dirt track before being converted to a .357 mile paved track in 1962. Finally in 1994 the track took to its current 0.4 mile configuration. The four turns with 12 degrees … Read the Rest »

Terrorizing the Monster

March 29th, 2013 by

In Week Eight of the NASCAR Late Model Series gave sim-racers the opportunity to take to the high banks of Dover International Speedway.  The “Monster Mile” as it is commonly called is quite obviously one mile in length. Dover has four corners with banking of 24 degrees and even the straights include nine degrees … Read the Rest »

Rockin’ the Nationals

March 27th, 2013 by

Week Eight of the NASCAR National Series visited the sand dunes of North Carolina. More specifically, Rockingham Speedway. The legendary one mile D-shaped oval consists of four turns with 22 and 25 degrees of banking and straightaways of eight degrees of banking. Though out of the regular NASCAR series rotation in the top tier … Read the Rest »

Late Models Romp on the Beach

March 22nd, 2013 by

Just miles away from the hallowed grounds of Daytona International Speedway lies an 0.48 mile (0.77 km) short track with four turns of 23 degrees of banking. This of course can be none other than New Smyrna Speedway located on New Smyrna Beach.  Founded in 1964, New Smyrna was originally a clay-based short track, but … Read the Rest »