Kevin Swindell hasn’t been in a sprint car for almost five years, but he'll be a favorite to win Wednesday night's World of Outlaws iRacing Invitational.
In the wake of a boom in big events and publicity for the iRacing Motorsport Simulation Service, several statistical questions were raised in regards to the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series.
When it comes to racing at the high speeds of legendary Eldora Speedway — even in the virtual world like Monday night — one mistake can make or break a driver’s race. Especially in green-white-checkered situations.
Five years ago, Kevin Swindell’s life changed forever when he was paralyzed as a result of a sprint car crash at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway.
On a night when all eyes were on the biggest names in dirt-track racing, a 25-year-old from Union, S.C., stole the spotlight live on FOX Sports 1.
Logan Seavey padded his pockets with a $1,000 paycheck Wednesday night by winning the inaugural World of Outlaws iRacing Invitational at the virtual Volusia Speedway Park.
The stars of the NASCAR Cup Series field will have a new challenge awaiting them during Sunday's eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series stop at the virtual Bristol Motor Speedway.
In his debut World of Outlaws iRacing Invitational appearance, Tasmanian young gun Jock Goodyer drove to victory on Sunday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
FOX Sports confirmed Friday the addition of another World of Outlaws iRacing Invitational, live from the virtual Knoxville Raceway on April 8 at 8 p.m. ET on FS1.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin headline a group of 18 drivers that will compete at virtual versions of iconic short tracks next week on NBCSC during the inaugural NBC eSports Short Track iRacing Challenge.
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