All News: Thunder Valley

Lambert & Smith Battle for Late Model Crown

April 13th, 2012 by

With the checkered flag in sight, the championship contenders in the NASCAR Late Model Series (NiLMS) have begun to step up their game. One doesn’t have to look past the last two weeks in the series to see who will be battling for the title heading down to the wire. Heath Smith and Mark … Read the Rest »

Engelhart Brings Heat in Bristol

March 29th, 2012 by

Former NASCAR Tour Modified Series (NiTMS) champion Herb Engelhart made his presence known during Week Eight of the 2012 Season One campaign as he rocketed to the top of the weekly standings at Bristol Motor Speedway. Engelhart, who has been running a scaled back online racing schedule this season, topped 106 other sim racers … Read the Rest »

Finesse and Force

March 22nd, 2012 by

Driving finesse combined with brute force as the NASCAR Class A Series made a trip to “Thunder Valley” for Week Seven of their twelve week season. Just as with their physical world counterparts, multiple groove racing was the theme for the NASCAR sim racers at Bristol Motor Speedway. The 750+ horsepower Chevrolet Impalas could … Read the Rest »

Shirley Wins at Bristol

March 20th, 2012 by

Week Seven of 2012 Season 1 saw the NASCAR Class B Series travel to the most popular short track in the country, Bristol Motor Speedway. The high banks of Bristol create exciting online racing with flaring tempers to boot. In all, 565 drivers ran at least one race at the short half mile while … Read the Rest »

Sansone Leads after Bristol

October 11th, 2011 by

The high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway hosted the Sprint Car Cup for the 10th week of racing action in 2011 Season 3. Two nights of racing proved that even with a small car count, sprint cars at Thunder Valley can always provide great online racing action. Going into the week Alan Binder led … Read the Rest »

Boxing Week

September 1st, 2011 by

Competitors in the NASCAR iRacing Class A Series put their boxing gloves on and did battle Week Four at Bristol Motor Speedway. While some sim racers battled the tricky track more than their competition, others were able to score a knock-out and tally big points at the half-mile oval. With many NASCAR iRacing Series World … Read the Rest »

High Banks + High Speeds + Davies = High Points

August 25th, 2011 by

Once again the high banks and high speeds of Michigan International Speedway provided some of the closest online racing of the season in the NASCAR Class A Series. Speeds topped the 200mph mark as drivers sailed-off into the eighteen degree banking in the turns. Utilizing the high side of the track gave drivers a … Read the Rest »

Pruitt Picks-up Pocono Win

June 21st, 2011 by

The second half of the NASCAR Class C Series (NiCCS) kicked-off this past week at the Pocono Raceway. The Pennsylvanian triangle provided a unique challenge on the 2011 Season Two schedule and provided two consecutive blockbuster races which set the landscape of the top five for the week. When the hundreds of online races … Read the Rest »

What’s in a Name?

March 10th, 2011 by

The NASCAR Class A Series stormed into Long Pond, Pennsylvania for a visit to the “Tricky Triangle” this past week. Pocono Raceway lived up to its nickname — and more — as a flurry of drivers proved they could not handle the challenges posed by the unique three-cornered speedway . The yellow silk was … Read the Rest »

World Tour Thunders Under the Lights

August 20th, 2010 by

The World Tour of iRacing swept into Thunder Valley last night for the Bristol 200 After Dark.  More than 350 iRacers of all experience levels from the USA to Australia, Europe, Scandinavia and South America took to Bristol Motor Speedway’s half-mile bullring in their Chevrolet Silverados for 200 laps of online racing under the … Read the Rest »