All you Nascar Racing 2003 Season sim racing drivers need to put your expert skills to the test and attempt to qualify for the RaceLM V2 Daytona 400. Qualifying starts this Friday and the race is the day after on Saturday 23rd. This race is being broadcast by Matt Thomas and Web Racing Network. Trophies for the top 3 finishers and random prizes. Entry fee is free! This race is a tribute to Brian Michael who passed away last year. Brian Michael was production manager of RLMtv for many years broadcasting hundreds of races. We met Brian Michael back in the N4 days and raced the number 154 at StatRacer in every series. He was a great man and a great father. He will be truly missed. http://www.racelm.com/rlmv2/daytona-400-tribute-to-brian-michael/
With a race that virtually went green from flag to flag, green flag pit stops, fuel strategy and the right set of gears seem to be the right combination. Loper had all these and was in the right place when the yellow cam out on the last lap giving him the win at Daytona for the BSR season opener.
Dual #1 was laced with incidents but new comer Jake Powell in the 46 keeps his car clean to take the win while in Dual #2 fuel stategy and teamwork were on the menu giving the win to TJ Bartel inthe 51. Now on to the Daytona 500.
With strategy on the table all night long, Perryman made the right call bringing home the win and maintaining his points position.
At the Go Fast Products 250 sponsored by Go fast Products and Southern Super Star Racing League. Filled with thrills,chills and spills, two wide and three wide racing and pit strategy as only Talladega can offer made this a spectacular event. Baucom played the cards right with a short pit and the right drafting partner to get the win.
When it comes to looking back on the 2011 White Gate Services Thunder Modifieds season for East Coast Thunder it will be known as Todd Taylor’s year. Taylor dominated the Bill’s Auto Repair 150 at Thompson International Speedway on Sunday by holding off Modified veterans Bobby Ambroceo and second place point man Jim Windrow for the victory in the late stages of the event. Taylor, in his brother’s #83 car thanked his family in the Winner’s Circle for and credited pit strategy in taking home the victory. Continue reading
The White Gate Services Thunder Modified Series made their way to Stafford Motor Speedway this past Sunday for the penultimate round of the 2011 campaign. Todd Taylor came into the George’s Auto Body 150 with a forty point advantage over two time titlist Jim Windrow in the standings while Bobby Ambroceo was looking to pick up a win at one of his favorite tracks. Continue reading
As the drivers stated pre-race, any event at the Talladega Super Speedway is a “crapshoot” at best when it comes to predicting a winner. Veteran East Coast Thunder driver Ben Becze even stated it when we talked to him prior to the green flag. Even more surprising to Becze was his speed in qualifying after he put his #00 on the pole of the race. “The first pit stall will mean everything here,” commented Becze and it paid off to a win in the Parents of Autistic Children (POAC) 200 at Talladega presented by East Coast Thunder. Continue reading
This season in the Guy’s Oil East Coast Thunder Late Models has been one of the most competitive in history. In eleven races leading up to Saturday’s finale the series had only seen a trio of two time winners with another handful of drivers visiting victory lane once in the northeast based tour. The Late Models visited fan favorite New Hampshire Motor Speedway in their twelfth race of the season for The Granite State 100 presented by Bill’s Auto Repair and George’s Auto Body with over a dozen Late Model cars taking the green flag. Continue reading
The Southern Superstars Racing League (SSRL) brought together thirty-four of the best super speedway drivers from across the map to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital in the ScreenThatPorch.com 200 at the Talladega Super Speedway. At a track where the top spot can be crucial to victory, it was Alabama’s Chase Spradlin cashing in on great pit work to keep his #75 out front of the field to win on Monday night. Spradlin led a race high thirty-six of the seventy-six laps completed on the high banks of the 2.66-mile track to take the win. Continue reading