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McCann Clinches iRacing Street Stock-R Championship

October 31st, 2014 by

iRacing’s 2014 Season 3 recently came to a close. There were a number of impressive battles across all of the series iRacing has to offer. However, if you were one of the 8087 drivers who competed in the iRacing Street Stock Series-R then you know that “impressive” is simply not a strong enough word to … Read the Rest »

Majeski Claims Late Model Title Over Martin

October 27th, 2014 by

The NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Series 2014 Season 3 has come to a conclusion, with 1992 sim-racers making at least one start. As we take a look at the overall top 10 in points we will find a familiar face taking the overall championship: a prolific Ty Majeski took not only the Late Models overall … Read the Rest »

Last Lap Carnage at USA International

June 10th, 2014 by

Round 14 of the XCAL’s inaugural season brought the drivers and fans back to USA International Speedway for the second time this year. Earlier in the week sim racing fans witnessed a surprise winner of the fastest heat which placed Jarrod Davis on the pole for the first time this season. Davis was able to … Read the Rest »

Design & Build Your Own Sim Rig II

February 15th, 2014 by

The main focus when working in a shop is: safety. The second is using the right tools. Why do I mention this? I will get into that a little later. For now, let’s get back to the build shall we? We I last left you, I lied. I am not using a 2011 Lajoie seat … Read the Rest »

PRL: Precisely What a League Should Be

January 28th, 2014 by

At last count iRacing boasts an impressive 700+ leagues for sim-racers to join.  One such league is the Precision Racing League.  While PRL is on the smaller side compared to others, each member is a dedicated and clean online racer who wants only to taste the thrill of pure racing with like-minded individuals.  With almost … Read the Rest »

Circle Track Setup: The Case for Caster

November 13th, 2013 by

In the last article, I talked about the uses of toe and how it affects both drivability and front-end dynamics. However, that is only one of the three basic geometric ways to move a tire on a race vehicle. Of the other two, camber is well-recognized, but for all intents and purposes, the least-understood of … Read the Rest »

First Timer

March 21st, 2013 by

Editor’s note: In his comment on yesterday’s NiSWC race report, Tyler Beals mentioned he was starting his first ever race on iRacing last night, Street Stocks at USA International.  I thought his experience might make for enjoyable reading and Tyler was kind enough to share his reflections on his first taste of competition with the … Read the Rest »

Streetley Crowned Champion, Carla Takes Victory

January 25th, 2013 by

Week 12 of the iRacing.com Skip Barber Series visited Summit Point Raceway in West Virginia, USA.  This circuit was perfectly built for the Skip Barber at 1.98 miles (3.187 km) in length with 10 turns.  The lap begins down a long main straight with hard braking just like many other tracks we have visited this … Read the Rest »

A Beginner's Guide to the Art of (i)Racing

November 15th, 2012 by

So you’ve always wanted to be a racing driver, you’ve decided to turn your back on arcade games and concentrate on one of the most inexpensive forms of full-on motorsport: iRacing.com.  But you’ve never raced against other sim-racers before. The question running around your head, therefore, is just when should you actually line-up on a … Read the Rest »

A Beginner’s Guide to the Art of (i)Racing

November 15th, 2012 by

So you’ve always wanted to be a racing driver, you’ve decided to turn your back on arcade games and concentrate on one of the most inexpensive forms of full-on motorsport: iRacing.com.  But you’ve never raced against other sim-racers before. The question running around your head, therefore, is just when should you actually line-up on a … Read the Rest »