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High Rollers

May 23rd, 2013 by

The IndyCar Oval series took to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a high speed, high stakes game of poker at 220 miles per hour.  Built in 1996, LVMS is a 1.5 mile D-shaped oval quite capable of providing side-by-side action, lap after lap. The high speeds at LVMS make for exciting and pulse-pounding online … Read the Rest »

Binder Secures Clinches Sprint Car Title at Irwindale

October 19th, 2012 by

A classic staple of USAC sprint car racing, Irwindale Speedway is one of the most favored tracks on the Sprint Car Series schedule. With racing grooves contrasting with those seen at most other tracks, Irwindale provides a challenge for all racers looking to tame the 12 degree banking of the half-mile oval. Time was … Read the Rest »

Two-fers Abound at Iowa

August 29th, 2012 by

After a crazy week at Stafford Motor Speedway, one would think a week at Iowa Speedway would be a vacation of sorts, especially for the Sprint Car Series. Iowa Speedway is one of America’s newest pavement tracks, operating since 2006. Measuring out to 7 / 8 of a mile, the track resembles a superspeedway … Read the Rest »

Drivers, Start Your Engines!

August 6th, 2012 by

The opening round of the 2012 Season 3 for the IZOD Indycar Oval Series took place on Kentucky Speedway’s 1.5 mile oval.  20 sim-racers took the green flag for the Monday Night Strength of Field race. P1 Racing’s John Paquin returned to the series after his team took a sabbatical in Season 2.  And he … Read the Rest »

Poleske Takes Season Opener at Langley

August 6th, 2012 by

The third season of 2012 began with everything new in the NASCAR SK Modified Series.  First there was the new schedule, in which the recently-released Langley Speedway would make its first appearance as the season-opening race.  There was also the rebuild of the SK Modified, complete with the new tire model.  The build forced … Read the Rest »

Texas Tune-Up

April 20th, 2012 by

In what proved to be a tune-up week for many of the top NASCAR Series World Championship (NiSWC) drivers, the NASCAR Class A Series (NiCAS) made its way down south to Texas Motor Speedway for Week 11 of 2012 Season One. Being held a week before the NiSWC took to the high banks … 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 »

Getting a Grip on PIR

March 9th, 2012 by

The season of huge races continued for the NASCAR Class A Series, this time it was Week Five at Phoenix International Raceway. With forty-one sim racers topping the 200 point mark, it was another strong week for many NASCAR Pro Series hopefuls. The aging PIR surface offers little grip, so the few who … Read the Rest »

Stepping-Up in Class A

January 19th, 2012 by

With only two weeks remaining in the the NASCAR Class A Series season, Michigan International Speedway hosted one of the most pivotal weeks of the season. With speeds well over 200mph, a comfortable feel for drivers was crucial. While some drivers stepped up their game to match the intensity of MIS, others lost ground … Read the Rest »

Racing the Plan

January 6th, 2012 by

I get up every morning just like most people and I have a plan.  That plan is carried-out based on the events of the day, what I have to do and when I have to have it done. Now, I can see that funny look on your face already, one that says “What does this … Read the Rest »