Indianapolis - Oval
1
Kyle Taraska
-00.000
2
Corey Davis
-00.072
3
Timothy Johnston
-00.461
4
John Hensley
-03.614
5
Kyle Guerry
-03.741
6
Mike Kelley
-04.194
7
Scott Olson
-05.036
8
Brad Collins
-05.847
9
Terry McCuin
-1 L
10
Steven Haring
-1 L
South Boston - Oval
1
Darrell McKee
-00.000
2
Mike Kelley
-03.672
3
John Hensley
-13.209
4
Terry McCuin
-1 L
5
Jeremy Burris
-1 L
6
Mark Plank
-1 L
7
Doug Sigmon
-1 L
8
Jeff Ward
-59 L
9
Allen McEwen
-81 L
Kentucky Speedway - Oval
1
Jeff Ward
-00.000
2
Corey Davis
-01.143
3
Timothy Johnston
-05.842
4
Mike Kelley
-06.465
5
Terry McCuin
-15.339
6
Doug Sigmon
-24.118
7
Brian Motisko
-32.151
8
Robert Lynn
-1 L
9
Kevin Stone
-1 L
10
John Hensley
-2 L
Stafford - Oval
1
Mike Kelley
-00.000
2
Jeff Ward
-03.485
3
Barry Brooks
-08.218
4
Darrell McKee
-08.451
5
Terry McCuin
-10.064
6
Keith Jeffery
-14.032
7
Mark Plank
-2 L
8
Doug Sigmon
-2 L
9
Fred Thompson
-15 L
10
Christian Pedersen
-25 L
Charlotte - Oval
1
Casey Pierce
-00.000
2
Mike Kelley
-04.167
3
Brian Motisko
-21.208
4
Doug Heveron
-21.640
5
Terry McCuin
-1 L
6
Brad Collins
-1 L
7
Kevin Stone
-1 L
8
Timothy Johnston
-1 L
9
Marcus Napier
-2 L
10
David Correia
-2 L

Welcome To International Sim Racing Association


Davis Leads Series Into Indy

2014-07-26 20:08:39 - Posted By: John Hensley
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 photo Indy.jpgCorey Davis returns to Indianapolis as not only the defending race winner but the series points leader. Davis leads the 'adjusted' standings by just 2 points over Mike Kelley headed into Sunday nights race. The top 5 drivers are seperated by just seven points eight races into the season.

Series sign-ups are always open to those that would like to join the series. All race info for Indy can be found in the pre-race section of the ISRA forums including start time, setup info and race length. Feel free to contact John Hensley for any question you may have regarding the 8th season of the POWER Series.


Ward 8th Different Winner in Victory Lane!

2014-07-21 19:59:24 - Posted By: John Hensley
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Entering Sunday the POWER Series has seen seven different winners in its seven races so far this season. Jeff Ward made sure that not only would there be an eighth but that it would be a new series winner altogether. Kyle Guerry also made sure that the season would see its eighth different pole winner this season when he put his Ford Fusion on top of the qualifying boards with a new track record. Guerry's first series pole was short lived, however, as series veteran Saif Faries jumped  into lead on the start of the race and set a blistering pace in the early stages. Faries would eventually give up his lead when he spun trying to make a green flag pit stop on lap 32. After stops cycled out it was Tim Johnston showing the way with Robert Lynn and Mike Kelley giving chase. The only caution of the race flew on lap 80 when Dave Correia spun out on the frontstretch as the leaders were coming around to put the New England driver a lap down. The restart on lap 85 provided the race with its biggest mix up in the standings. Faries, who had spun his tires on the start, made contact with outside wall and resulted in a mad scramble for safety behind him. In a controversial call from race control, drivers Ryan Piland, Marcus Napier, Guerry and Lynn were black flagged for passing before the start/finish line. As drivers dodged trouble behind them Johnston, Kelley, Ward and Corey Davis led with a huge gap and would rely on pit stops to settle the race finish between them. Johnston would use a 2 tire stop on lap 101 for his strategy while Ward would do the same on lap 114 to try to run down the 54 of Johnston on fresher tires. With six laps to go Ward would do just that by passing Johnston and driving to his first career POWER Series win. Davis would charge to second while Johnston slipped back to third. Kelley and Terry McCuin rounded out the top 5.
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Next week the series goes to Indianapolis for race 9 of the season.


ISRA Changes

2014-06-07 17:13:03 - Posted By: PJ Losey
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Many thanks to Colin and all his help.

There are lot of little things going on in the background at the moment. I will be taking back over the reins of the ISRA for now. I have had a few that already want to step up to the plate and I appreciate the interest. 

The ISRA Needs a revamp and a new direction. It has been good but its def not the original ISRA that was founded by myself and Alex Ulleri. 

At this moment I will be talking to the Series admins and getting there opinion on what they want to do (have already some opinions) and then making decisions on what happens next.

Most likely the ISRA is going to let the current series run there season and not start anymore until things are restructured and redesigned. 

A list of what I want to see before we go further (simple list)

Website Cleaned up and Organized
A page with who is in charge of what.(League Admins, Series, Admins, Media, articles, etc)
Better managment of the finances so everyone knows what is going on
Only 2 Series one road and one oval so that all the people that are dedicated to the league are not pulled in multiple directions.

Thats just breaking the surface. if you feel you have any interest in helping with anything on the league please let me know via emailpjlosey@israleague.com


Grand Prix Championship Launches!

2012-05-31 18:12:28 - Posted By: Colin MacLean
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Welcome to the ISRA Grand Prix Championship! Over the past several months a lot work has been put into developing a highly competitive Grand Prix experience. Utilizing the most technically advanced vehicle in the iRacing line-up, the FW31, the International Sim Racing Association wants to invite you to join the GPC as we start the inaugural season.Starting June 6th the GPC begins pre-season testing. June 20th marks the official start to the season with the Australian Grand Prix to be held at the picturesque Philip Island Circuit.

As with real world Formula One racing, team work is paramount in delivering the strongest results possible from race to race. The GPC wants to emulate that thinking. Create a team with a friend or we’ll pair you up on a team. Either way working with your teammate is the only way you will be able to take home the Team Championship trophy and all the glory that goes with it!

You will be able to sign up for the series by going to www.israleague.com/series If the signup is not yet available, please keep checking back, it will be available in the coming hours today (05/31/12).

There is also a rule book that accompanies this series, which will be posted in the Rulebook section under the general ISRA forum. Westrongly recommend that all drivers read through this, there are a few new rules that drivers may not be used to seeing (e.g. Car liveries, and passing rules).

We also ask that once you sign up for the series you send a quick email to: gpc.commission@gmail.com (or a PM to Ryan Cornes or myself) that has your team name and the two drivers on the team. Please make sure to read the rule book on Team Liveries. If you do not have a team, you can sign up to be randomly assigned with another driver and create your team that way. Also, drivers may run without a team and only compete in the driver's championship, but we strongly suggest starting a team, as they may play an even bigger part in this series in the future. Plus, where's the fun in only competing in one championship?!? 

In summary, we are very excited to bring back the F1 Grand Prix racing experience to ISRA. The Williams F1 car is great to drive, and we think that there will be some great racing in this series. 

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Ryan or myself ANYTIME through the PM system here in the forums, or preferably email: gpc.commission@gmail.com

Thank you for your time, and we hope you enjoy the Grand Prix Championship!


Site Changes

2010-12-17 08:12:37 - Posted By: PJ Losey
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Over the next few hours you will see many site changes. Some things may not work temporaily and graphics and more will change.  This should only take a few hours and then we will have the new build up.

Bare with us for a bit.

Thanks
The ISRA Staff



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