I have created a league for dirt racing which appears to be right around the corner. Join here if you’re interested. We will see what iRacing releases first and continue from there. I’m hoping we can start testing, practicing, and hosting races in Street Stock and/or other cars soon, then move on to serious league racing in the near future. Each separate class/car will have its own league under the OSR name.
I expect the league to eventually become a dirt league, but I would like to continue running some asphalt if time permits.
Last Week’s Race Winners
- Modified – Royce Scrivano
- Pro Street Stock – Jeff Kendrick
- Late Model Stock Car – Royce Scrivano
This Friday night, the Modifieds will race at Concord Speedway in the late afternoon. Practice begins at 9:00 pm eastern time with qualifying at 9:30 and racing at 9:35. We will be using this setup: [wpfilebase tag=file id=2035 tpl=filebrowser /].
Sunday night, the Pro Street Stocks visit the high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway for a race under the lights. The setup for this race is not a baseline setup. Instead, I made a small camber adjustment on a setup I built earlier this season and selected it for the league race. After thoroughly testing both setups, I found that the one selected is faster and stays faster longer than the baseline I made for Bristol. Bristol is a tricky place so it would be good to try to get some practice on this setup: [wpfilebase tag=file id=2032 tpl=filebrowser /].
For our feature race of the weekend, the Late Model Stock Cars head to USA International Speedway Sunday night at 9:00 pm eastern for a long 75 lap night race. USA is pretty amazing at night so this will be fun. We will use this setup: [wpfilebase tag=file id=2034 tpl=filebrowser /]. It says baseline, but this setup runs like a flaming pig. It’s not too much different from the other setup I built for USA this season which you can get on the iRacing Late Model Setups page.