All News: Raymond Kingsbury

The Kitchen Sink: Finding a Little Bit of Speed at Motegi

August 19th, 2014 by

Previous: 1 | 2 | 3 Twin Ring Motegi’s Oval course is one of the trickiest on iRacing. At first glance one would think that it is a very easy course. The racing surface is very wide and the pavement very smooth; however there is something about the Japanese asphalt that makes this track very … Read the Rest »

The Kitchen Sink: Preparing the DW12 for Race Day

July 11th, 2014 by

Previous: DW12 Technical Introduction  Earlier this season I wrote an article (with more than a little help from Eric Hudec) discussing the new Dallara DW12 IndyCar. However, what I didn’t talk about was how hard this car was to drive in traffic. The “aero-push” as some have called it is drawing a lot of attention … Read the Rest »

iRacing News Exclusive With Parker Kligerman

June 20th, 2014 by

Parker Kligerman was a rookie in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this year, but he is also an avid iRacer. One of the many who made a qualifying attempt for this year’s Indy 500 in the new DW-12, Kligerman showed his pace by placing himself inside the top 33 and guaranteed himself a spot … Read the Rest »

The Kitchen Sink: Dallara DW12 – Indianapolis Motor Speedway

May 21st, 2014 by

This week I had the unique pleasure and opportunity of sitting down with’s Eric Hudec.  First, let me just say, Eric is one of the most accommodating people I have ever interviewed. He took time out of his work day to sit down with me for an hour and a half and describe every … Read the Rest »

Doyle Masters Motegi

March 3rd, 2014 by

Twin Ring Motegi is one of the most challenging tracks on the IndyCar Series Fixed schedule. The asymmetrical track provides interesting racing on many fronts. Turn One and Two are only slightly banked, but the radius is very wide allowing for full throttle racing – although the car does get a bit tight, so … Read the Rest »

SK Mods Rumble at Martinsville

November 25th, 2013 by

A true short track car at a true short track; it doesn’t get much more exciting than that. Whether you call it Marty, The Paper Clip or Martinsville Speedway, NASCAR’s Bull Ring is a great playground for the sim-racers competing in the NASCAR iRacing. com SK Modified Series. Week 2 saw the SK Modifieds tackle … Read the Rest »

NASCAR iRacing National Series Tackles Charlotte

March 13th, 2013 by

The NASCAR National Series regulars took their Chevrolet Impala SS to Charlotte Motor Speedway last week. Operated by Bruton Smith , Charlotte has been one of NASCAR’s premiere tracks since opening its gates in 1960. Vying with Daytona International Speedway as the “home of NASCAR,” CMS  is one of the most prestigious tracks on … Read the Rest »

Sheets Closes on Keister at Charlotte

March 13th, 2013 by

Week 6 of the NASCAR Late Model Tour took place at the fastest speedway of the circuit, Charlotte Motor Speedway. The high banks of Charlotte enable the Late Model to reach speeds that are impossible on the normal regime of short tracks which the tour visits. The 1.5 mile quad oval with 24 degrees … Read the Rest »