All News: Thompson International Speedway

Turkey Night at Thompson

December 20th, 2012 by

After an exhilarating week at Iowa Speedway for Week 3 of the iRacing.Com Sprint Car Series, drivers found themselves back on a short oval. Not seen in the iSCS schedule for some time, Thompson Speedway was a new challenge for the majority of iRacing’s finest sprint car drivers. Featuring a richer history with auto racing … Read the Rest »

Get to Know: Jesse Thompson

December 3rd, 2012 by

This week’s featured sim-racer has already gotten close to racing at a young age . . . really close, He began announcing for the Atlantic Open Wheel Modified Tour at the age of 13 and now, four years later, he is already a veteran announcer.  He also has plenty of accomplishments on the virtual track … Read the Rest »

Inches to Spare in the iSCS at Iowa

November 30th, 2012 by

As the Sprint Car Series departed from Langley Speedway, drivers looked forward to the upcoming action at Iowa Speedway. As shown in past seasons in the iSCS, Iowa Speedway was sure to deliver side-by-side racing and quite a few memorable finishes. Featuring multiple racing grooves for 7/8ths of a mile, skilled sprint drivers can … Read the Rest »

What Happens at Thompson, Stays at Thompson

July 26th, 2012 by

An unfortunate turn of events lands Marc Pilon in victory lane with his first ever SK Modified Overall Championship. The final race of the season took the top drivers in the SK Modified Series to Thompson International Speedway.  While the series’ top sim-racers all showed-up to do battle one final time, the spotlight was … Read the Rest »

Sandt Dominates (Again) at Stafford

July 16th, 2012 by

While all the focus of the NASCAR SK Modified Series may be on the championship battle between Richard Smith and Marc Pilon, Robert Sandt is quickly emerging as the driver to beat. As the series headed to Jack Arute’s Stafford Motor Speedway, Sandt drove to a solid victory for the second consecutive week and … Read the Rest »

Mungin Tops Tour Mods Mountain

April 25th, 2012 by

While James Poleske will go down in the books as finishing off 2012 Season One with the most points in the final two weeks of the NASCAR Tour Modified Series (NiTMS) season, it will be Giovanni Mungin who will have his name etched on the championship trophy. Mungin was officially crowned the champion after … Read the Rest »

Paquette Prime at Thompson

March 29th, 2012 by

Maxime Paquette has placed his bid for a late season push to the 2012 Season One NASCAR Late Model Series (NiLMS) title after a strong showing during Week 8 action at the Thompson International Speedway. Over 700 sim racers hauled to the virtual Connecticut race track to showcase their short track skills on the … Read the Rest »

Conover, Lambert Bid for Late Model Title

March 26th, 2012 by

With the second half of the 2012 Season One NASCAR Late Model Series (NiLMS) campaign underway, championship contenders are beginning to emerge as the push is on to put together the best eight weeks to tally up to a title. Jeff Conover, an iRacing Late Model veteran and Mark Lambert, who has lit the … Read the Rest »

Salvatore Seals Second Tour Mod Title

January 30th, 2012 by

Brandon Salvatore completed a feat in the 2011 Season Four that no other iRacer has done before.   The Georgia sim racer became the first driver in the history of iRacing to go back-to-back as champion in the NASCAR Tour Modified Series (NiTMS), and the first to win two championships in the six season history … Read the Rest »

Tour Mods Title is Wide Open

January 19th, 2012 by

Wide Open Racing teammates Brandon Salvatore and Taylor Meyn flexed their muscle in the NASCAR iRacing Tour Modified division during competition on Weeks Ten and Eleven in the series. Salvatore, who is looking to defend his Tour Modified crown, took one step forward at USA International Speedway when he took the week’s big split online … Read the Rest »