This is not your typical pre-race story; but then again, this is not your typical event. This is the Oma’s 200 at Kentucky; a race dedicated to all the Grandmother’s, Grandma’s and Oma’s out there, and to one Oma in particular. Sharon (Shari) Boggs, this race is for you. Oma’s are special people in the […]

Andrew Kinsella

The fourth round of the Heusinkveld Mazda MX-5 World Tour was at Virginia International Raceway, however something was missing again, Sonny Kanchin would not be taking the start of the race meaning he would use another of his three no-show compensations, leaving him with just one race left to miss before it would really start […]

Jacob Tofts

This week sees the Kamel GT visiting Indianapolis, a track many of the drivers do not hold in particularly high regard. The version present in iRacing is the older version. Generally the Nissan drivers will use Keith Richeys setups and track guide to prepare, however this didn’t exist for this track. Making preparation harder than […]

Luis Emerton

The major selling point of the IR18 so far has been that it “moves” most of the downforce creation from the top side of the car (through the use of wings and wickers) to the bottom side of the car (through the use of ground effects). Ground effects have the advantage of being less reliant […]

Andrew Kinsella

The second round of the iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series was held at Phillip Island. The action started straight away with Mitchell DeJong beating Martin Krönke to pole position, Rasmussen would start alongside DeJong, with Krönke all the way back in fifth place for round two. The start saw no contact, but it did […]

Jacob Tofts