THE WORLD SPORTS CAR CHAMPIONSHIP WILL NOW BE RUN ON THURSDAY NIGHTS @ 8:30PM EST.
I will be working on updating the results from Nurburgring and Sebring soon.
REMINDER: Next race is Wednesday Nov 12 @ Silverstone for the IndyCar World Series. Can Aaron Spear keep up his momentum?
Hello all. Tonight the IndyCar World Series had its 7th race of the season at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The race was a caution filled event, John Linskey sat on pole and ended up winning. Points leader Dan Kincaid dropped out with connection issues. Travis Ryan has been put on probation for the next two races (Nurburgring and Silverstone)
Kincaid still holds the point lead but man is the race for second tighten up between Kent Mueller and Aaron Spear and John Linskey.
Standings for both regular season and Indy Track Championship are updated on the pages respectively.
NEXT WEEK IS AN OFF WEEK!! NEXT RACE NOVEMBER 5TH 8:30 PM EST AT THE NURBURGRING GP
Congratulations to Dan Kincaid who took his third straight win in the IndyCar World Series Wednesday night at the Indianapolis Grand Prix! He also takes an 11 point command over second place finisher Kent Mueller. Pole sitter Aaron Spear was dominate all night until troubles late in the race had him drop back to fourth and John Linskey was able to capitalize on that with a podium.
Justin Carr and Brandon Kenney had very solid runs. They battled each other most of the night but Brandon got the upperhand over Carr. Travis Reed and Marquis didn’t seem like they could get the handle on there cars and finished 7th and 8th respectively.
Kincaid takes a 47 point lead into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway THIS Wednesday at 8:30pm ET.
If interested in joining the series it isn’t too late!! Please contact myself, Aaron, Dan or Justin for more information. They’re contact info is under the Contact page. If not just fill out our contact form and we’ll get you hooked up!
In regards to the anticipated Sports Car Series on Friday nights, we are putting things on hold until November 7th!! Please if interested in joining that series please fill out the contact form or contact an administrator. We need to know your car class that is all! The schedule will be a bit condensed but it still will be a blast.
The results for IndyCar at Road Atlanta and Long Beach are now posted.
NEXT INDYCAR Race: Wednesday Oct 15 at 8:30pm ET at the Indy GP
Sports Car Championship: Race at Sebring is now THIS FRIDAY at 8:30pm ET. Please let myself or Aaron know what car you running Prototype or GT. For more see our Sports Car Rulebook.
Sunday night IndyLights series has been cancelled after no interest has been shown.
We have added a contact form. If you have not given us your information please fill this out. Note this is not registration.
We have added The JSC (Justin Carr) and dakinca91 (Dan Kincaid) as administrators.
We also have been working on spring 2015 schedules. After this seasons activities, IndyCar and Sports Cars will be switching to Project Cars (Late February start, week of Daytona 500 we are aiming at). There will be two new series: NASCAR series that Justin Carr will be administrating and a F1 league also in the spring. We are still working on what days those will be. NASCAR league will be a Project Cars exclusive. The F1 league will start on Project Cars but will potentially end on F1 2015 which is scheduled to come out in the early spring.
If you got any questions feel free to ask us! More than willing to help! If you guys know any clean racers get them in here! They’re more than welcome!
The first races of the Racing Mania IndyCar World Series took place tonight at the famed Sebring International Raceway.
Sage Karam took pole in the first race and converted that to a race winning performance leading 19 of 20 laps. Defending series champion, Dan Kincaid took 2nd place and uprising star Kent Mueller took third.
Results Race 1
Race 2 saw an invert of the top 4 finishers from the first race. John Linskey sat on pole. The start of the race saw Justin Carr make a fantastic start from seventh position and fought the hard charging Sage Karam into turn 1.
Karam got into Carr in turn 7, thus giving the lead to Kent Mueller who aggressively took off holding off fellow competitior Aaron Spear. Mueller got passed up by the one- time Indianapolis 500 starter, Karam.
Karam looked like he had the race wrapped up but he ran off track and got damage giving Aaron Spear, last year’s runner up the lead and he didn’t look back from there.
Race 2 Results
Next race is at Road Atlanta next week October 1st, 2014. Race qualifying starts at 8:30pm EST