All News: Rockingham Speedway

Rhyne Romps at Rockingham

May 21st, 2013 by

After kissing walls last week at Darlington Raceway, the NASCAR Class A Series (fixed setup) traveled to Rockingham Speedway for Week 3 of the season. Races were set for 50 laps around the famed 1.017 mile oval. Located in North Carolina, NASCAR enthusiasts love Rockingham for its nostalgia; the track held Sprint Cup races … Read the Rest »

Lambert Dances with “The Lady in Black”

May 16th, 2013 by

Week 2 of Season 2 found the NASCAR Class A Series (fixed setup) at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. Drivers piloted their Chevrolet SS and Ford Fusion Gen-6 machines around the tricky 1.366 mile egg-shaped oval in 50-lap online races. This track is incredibly line sensitive, as it requires technique and finesse to stay … Read the Rest »

Moustakas’ Pet Rock

April 20th, 2013 by

The 11th week of the season takes the NASCAR Class C Series to Rockingham Speedway for 75 laps of intense racing around the 1.017-mile speedway. The Rock is known to many as the most difficult track on the circuit and that proved to be true as just 205 racers attempted to tackle the beast. … Read the Rest »

Alfalla & Hauff Handle The Rock

April 20th, 2013 by

Many sim racers and real life racers will tell you that Rockingham Speedway is one of the most difficult tracks that NASCAR pays a visit to during the season. Some drivers praise the difficulty of racing at The Rock while others call it inappropriate names. Either way, The Rock played host for Week 11 of … Read the Rest »

Class B Rocks

April 17th, 2013 by

Rockingham Speedway played host to the tenth week of the season for the NASCAR Class B Series.  A fixture on the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series for years, Rockingham was brought back to light by Andy Hillenburg and staff in 2008.  134 sim-racers would take to the high banked mile oval for Week … Read the Rest »

Mission Accomplished

April 4th, 2013 by

Week Nine of the NASCAR Class B Series made its way to Iowa Speedway and the cornfields of the Hawkeye State for the second to last short track of the season.  Simon Crochart held the points lead heading to Iowa and looked to improve his margin over second place Ashley Miller.  For the week, … 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 »

Shelton Tops at Iowa

March 20th, 2013 by

Iowa Speedway, a four-turned banked short track in the corn fields of Newton, Iowa was the watering grounds for Week Seven of the NASCAR National Series. iRacing’s sim-racers enjoyed an action-filled week on the online version of the track that NASCAR champion Rusty Wallace had built himself. The track draws some of its design … Read the Rest »

Jarrell v Jerrell at The Rock

December 12th, 2012 by

Week Six of the NASCAR iRacing Class B Series made its inaugural trip to the storied Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina.  The one mile oval in rural North Carolina has plenty of character and would prove to be a tough challenge for every sim-racer who took the green flag.  This week saw the lowest … Read the Rest »

Montgomery BBest at Atlanta

December 7th, 2012 by

Week Five of the NASCAR Class B Series took sim -acers to the ultra fast Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia.  This was the third mile and a half of the season and first at Atlanta.  In total, 769 drivers took the green flag for an official online race with 291 posting a qualifying … Read the Rest »