RaceSpot TV are an live eSports broadcaster, focusing primarily on Sim Racing. We formed RaceSpot in 2013 with the intention of pushing the boundaries of what was possible in Sim Racing broadcasting, and have since become one of the world’s leading eSports content producers, with over 15 hours of high quality live broadcasts a week to a global audience.
All of our broadcasts are available on the iRacing eSports Network. The largest collection of Sim Racing eSports events online.
At Socks Out Racing (SOR) our mission is to produce driver-centric, championship virtual motorsport series which embody the challenge and excitement which was previously found only in traditional vintage motorsport racing series.
Many racing series have become sterilized through the heavy adoption of driver aids and aggressive aerodynamic packages which minimize the most important aspect of the sport, the Human Element. These changes have put greater focus on the technology and come to bore audiences.
We realized that to save motorsport, the solution isn’t more technology, but less. For over a decade, our series continue to place a greater focus on the the driver skill than differences of equipment. This comes from the belief that motor racing should showcase the driver’s ability, without the assistance of Traction Control, and ABS, while limiting downforce packages so the focus will remain on maximizing mechanical grip.
Ensuring the authenticity and a true to life racing experience of our premier virtual motorsport series, we utilize the most accurate esport racing platform available: iRacing.com.
Monday Night Skippies is our ‘Cool name’ for the Club UK and Ireland Monday Night Skip Barber iRacing Series.
Taking place every week, and restricted only to those who are a part of the UK and Ireland club on iRacing, it gives drivers of the Skip Barber Formula 2000 the chance to engage in fair and friendly competition. It seeks to mirror the official iRacing Skip Barber series calendar as much as possible, giving the chance for drivers to take what they have learned from a week of testing and racing into one final event to round of their iRacing week.
Over the years Monday Night Skippies has produced some heart-stoppingly close finishes, intensely close competition, and occasionally, the odd drama. It continues to be a part of our weekly lineup as we seek to ‘give back’ to the iRacing community, and also supports a worthy cause in the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).Monday Night Skippies can be seen weekly on the RaceSpot TV YouTube Channel.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is an award-winning UK charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. In 2015, 75% of all UK suicides were male.
The eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series is our $100,000 eSport World Championship series officially sanctioned by NASCAR featuring the world’s most elite oval simracers. They compete on simulated versions of the actual real-world NASCAR tracks and Gen6 cars available on iRacing. More information can be found in our member’s forums.
BEDFORD, MA (September 4, 2019) –– The inaugural iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FLORacing kicks off on Wednesday, September 11. The nine-race schedule will see the non-winged sprint car series visit some of America’s most iconic dirt ovals, starting and finishing with iRacing’s newest addition, Fairbury Speedway.
“We’re looking forward to adding the iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FLORacing to our slate of championship eSports competition,” said iRacing.com Motorsport Simulations president Tony Gardner. “Wingless sprint cars produce some of the most exciting racing action anywhere in America, and we can’t wait to see how the world’s top iRacers will handle them with $10,000 on the line.”
$10,000 is on the line for this year’s participants, with a top prize of $6,000 to the winner, $3,000 for second place, and $1,000 for third. Alongside the cash prize, the champion will receive a two-day experience at the Cory Kruseman Driving School, and recognition at USAC’s end-of-season banquet. The remainder of the top 10 drivers in series points will receive iRacing credits.
The 2019 iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FLORacing schedule is as follows:
September 11: Fairbury Speedway
September 18: Kokomo Speedway
September 25: Limaland Motorsports Park
October 2: Eldora Speedway
October 9: Knoxville Speedway
October 16: Kokomo Speedway
October 23: Williams Grove Speedway
October 30: Limaland Motorsports Park
November 6: Fairbury Speedway
All races will be broadcast live on the iRacing eSports Network on Wednesday nights. Be sure to tune in to www.twitch.tv/iracingto watch the broadcasts.
The Bathurst 1000 is staged on theMount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. Regarded as the pinnacle of Motorsport in Australia, this is the biggest event on the calendar for the Supercars Series.
The Porsche Esports Supercup is our top sportscar eSport competition featuring the world’s most elite road simracers. 40 drivers will compete for $100,000 and the right to call themselves the best in the world. They will compete in their virtual Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars across an array of tracks on the iRacing service.
Featuring a balance of high technology and reasonable cost, the Formula Mazda is built around a rigid full carbon-fiber monocoque chassis and powered by a 240-horsepower Mazda rotary engine. The current Pro Mazda weighs in race-ready at 1,365 pounds and features a six-speed sequential gearbox with shift-without-lift gear-change and cockpit-adjustable brake bias and rear rollbar. Championship participants are permitted the same chassis and aerodynamic adjustments allowed in the physical world, including a choice of five spring rates and separate bump and rebound adjustment of the shocks. Light weight and serious downforce give the Pro Mazda ferocious cornering grip, particularly in high-speed corners. And the adjustability of suspension and aerodynamics means that a winning racer will be good at setup as well as driving.