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Sutcliff doubles up with second win at Mosport

August 12th, 2010 by

Returning to the site of his first Red Sox Racing League victory, Ed Sutcliff was confident he could challenge points leader Les Turner at the “Canada eh? Grand Prix” held at Mosport International Raceway. While the crowd was eager to watch the first and second place drivers battle it out, they also knew to keep … Read the Rest »

The AntiSpeed Diary

January 24th, 2010 by

While our first possible race is March 27th, nine weeks away, there is still tons of stuff to do. I have spent the last week settling into my apartment in NYC and getting back into the routine of going to class, doing homework and trying to work out. Oh and trying not to go to … Read the Rest »

Introducing AntiSpeed Competition

January 15th, 2010 by

Editor’s note:  inRacingNews is pleased to present the first installment of a regular blog by Austin Brauser and Charlie Anti, of AntiSpeed Competition.  Both iRacers, Anti will be driving a F2000 engineered by Brauser in this year’s US F2000 National Championship.  We think you’ll enjoy their unique perspective on the trials, tribulations and (we hope) … Read the Rest »

A Day with Steve Myers: What Being a Cat-Herder is all about…

December 19th, 2009 by

One of the most well-known personalities behind the scenes at Motorsports Simulations, Steve Myers, has been generous enough to sit down and answer some interesting questions that most of the community would love to hear about. Would like to thank Steve as this would have taken three decades to write, and I know with … Read the Rest »

Drag’n Slayer

December 5th, 2009 by

I was working on some acceleration tests at Indianapolis with various cars to determine their power curves and stumbled upon an interesting idea. I figured I could estimate the drag coefficient from the cars by capturing some telemetry data. I wanted to remove the aero drag and rolling resistance forces from the data in order … Read the Rest »

Who Has Pot to Cell?

October 24th, 2009 by

It’s time for an intervention. I read with interest many forum posts on pedals and how different brands, constructions, and components can yield a big gain in performance on track. Every such proclamation made me quite skeptical. My belief has always been that it’s the poor writer who blames his pen, and if ‘aliens’ were … Read the Rest »