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Get to Know: Jesse Atchison

August 12th, 2013 by

This week, I interviewed someone who could be considered one of the original iRacers. He joined the iRacing service on June 26, 2008 and has since started 1,129 official oval races, and 172 road races. On the oval side of iRacing, he has 252 career wins and has finished in the top five 67% of … Read the Rest »

The Times They Have A’Changed

June 24th, 2013 by

Once upon a time, the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Sonoma Raceway meant three hours of pratfalls guaranteed to generate half a dozen incidents worthy of a Havoc video . . . not to mention hours of banal chatter about “road course specialists” guaranteed to make anyone with even a passing knowledge of motorsports beyond the … Read the Rest »

Circle Track School: Lessons From A Champion

May 22nd, 2013 by

The great thing about going to the local short track is that you’re never really sure who is going to show up, and especially so when it’s a special event. Here in Pennsylvania, my local track, Selinsgrove Speedway, hosted their annual 358/360 Sprint Car National Open last week, drawing several touring drivers as well as … Read the Rest »

Get to Know: Joshua Laughton

February 11th, 2013 by

If you want to talk about quick learners, then you’ve come to the right place. The driver I interviewed for this week’s Get to Know joined iRacing in mid-2008, but did not start using iRacing competitively and full time until 2010. When he got serious in 2010, he really got serious. How serious?  He went … Read the Rest »

Lessons from a Veteran "Up ‘n Comer"

July 20th, 2012 by

Vinnie Sansone is one of those up and coming drivers you don’t want to miss because many believe, in the next year or so, he can contend for a NASCAR iRacing.com Series World Championship title. Vinnie has been iRacing since 2008 and has put up some great numbers. For example, in only 111 oval starts … Read the Rest »

Lessons from a Veteran “Up ‘n Comer”

July 20th, 2012 by

Vinnie Sansone is one of those up and coming drivers you don’t want to miss because many believe, in the next year or so, he can contend for a NASCAR iRacing.com Series World Championship title. Vinnie has been iRacing since 2008 and has put up some great numbers. For example, in only 111 oval starts … Read the Rest »

Sandt Dominates (Again) at Stafford

July 16th, 2012 by

While all the focus of the NASCAR iRacing.com 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 »

Win Big in the iRacing.com Daytona 500

February 22nd, 2012 by

Want to get a jump on “Smoke,” Carl, Dale Jr., JJ & Co in 2012? And get a crack at a new gaming computer, NASCAR Superstore cards and a subscription to iRacing.com in the bargain? Here’s your big chance. “How big” you might ask? Round 3 of the iRacing.com World Tour — aka the iRacing.com … Read the Rest »

No Pain, No Gain

November 7th, 2011 by

No Pain, No gain. Sounds like the title of an article in Runner’s or Fitness magazines. But it also applies to just about any form of motorsports when there’s a significant change in the regulations or a major advance in technology. IZOD IndyCar Series competitors are currently poised to begin testing brand new cars for … Read the Rest »

iRacer Profile: Bill Brown

July 2nd, 2011 by

For a self-described “old, broke, washed-up, wanna-be racer,” Bill Brown isn’t doing too badly.  The 30-something Floridian holds-down top ten positions in Division One of both the iRacing.com Street Stock and SK Modified Series and, at the time of this writing, stands P15 in the NASCAR iRacing.com Late Model Series, again in Division One.  And … Read the Rest »