G-Force Sim Racing

G Force Vintage Cup Series Update

The G Force HiJinx Clothing Vintage Cup Series started its 2021 campaign February 16th with the Daytona 500. Four weeks in, the series has had 3 different winners. The series visits Darlington for the Southern 250 next Tuesday at 9 pm et on Flatout Racing Network. Season statistics can be seen at the link below…. Continue Reading →

G-Force Sim Racing North Wilkesboro Preview

(Photo Courtesy of iRacing.com) Gerald Campbell all but locked up the Grand National Series title with his win last week at Dover. John Weitendorf was unable to attend the race, costing him 170 points. Campbell holds a nearly insurmountable 134 point lead over second place Hank Steinmiller. Steinmiller gave a run to close the gap… Continue Reading →

G-Force Sim Racing Dover Preview

(Photo Courtesy of iRacing.com) It might be a little too late but Christopher Morse Jr. has entered the game as a true longshot for a title run. Morse was able to grab his first victory of the Grand National Series powered by The JuiceBox Podcast last week at Iowa. Gerald Campbell was able to overtake… Continue Reading →

Morse Goes From Worst to First

Christopher Morse Jr was able to grab his elusive first victory in the G-Force Grand National Series last night at Iowa. To make it even more impressive he won the race after starting dead last. It wasn’t exactly “worst” to first though as Morse didn’t put down a qualifying time. Teammates Gerald Campbell and Joseph… Continue Reading →

G-Force Sim Racing Iowa Preview

(Photo Courtesy of iracing.com) John Weitendorf was able to not only notch his first win of the season last week, but also take over the points lead in the process. Gerald Campbell sits 5 points behind Weitendorf heading into the Iowa race tonight, with third place Hank Steinmiller a distant 100 points behind both. The… Continue Reading →

Weitendorf Takes Top Spot

Gerald Campbell has held the points lead since Week 2. The next four races saw this points lead continue to extend. John Weitendorf has had other ideas, as he has now taken a over the top spot after his first victory of the season Tuesday night at USA Speedway. Weitendorf began closing the gap three… Continue Reading →

G-Force Sim Racing USA Preview

(Photo courtesy of iRacing.com) Shayne Terrien made it back to back trips to victory lane two weeks ago with his win at Texas. Points leader Gerald Campbell took an early spin and a gamble on fuel and minimized the points damage but only stands 27 points ahead of second place John Weitendorf. This week the… Continue Reading →

G-Force Sim Racing Texas Preview

The G-Force Grand National Series powered by The JuiceBox Podcast has been getting bigger each and every week. This week it gets even bigger at Texas. 200 miles over 133 laps will pose the longest event of the season for these drivers with the championship battle heating up. With just one more week until each… Continue Reading →

Therrien Captures First Checkered Flag

Auto Club is the biggest track the G-Force Grand National Series will visit this season, yet some cars looked like they just ran 200 laps at Martinsville Tuesday night. A 6 car pileup in turn 1 on Lap 1 left top 10 drivers like Jeff Green and Jason Hounshell scratching for every point they could… Continue Reading →

California 150 Presented by VapeHub Preview

Tonight, the G-Force Grand National Series powered by The JuiceBox Podcast finishes up their West Coast swing at Auto Club Speedway. This will be the series’ third visit to a track 1.5 miles or longer with Gerald Campbell able to bring home the victory at both Charlotte and Las Vegas. We’re in store for 150… Continue Reading →

Brady No Longer Bridesmaid

Bo Brady has lost two races this season while taking the white flag in the lead. Brady once again took the white flag as the leader at Phoenix, but this time he held the top spot and snatched his first Grand National Series win this season. Differing pit strategies from the majority of cars has… Continue Reading →

G-Force Arizona 125 Preview

The G-Force Grand National Series powered by The JuiceBox Podcast heads to Phoenix Raceway for 125 laps of action tonight. Their last visit to Las Vegas had the first repeat winner with Gerald Campbell taking the checkered flag. A long green flag run sandwiched between early and late attrition jumbled up tire strategy and allowed… Continue Reading →

Campbell Takes Vegas Victory

Stop me if you’ve heard this before, Gerald Campbell started on the pole. Yeah we’ve heard it too. For the fourth straight week Campbell put down the fastest lap in qualifying, earning him two extra bonus points. Campbell has added 8 extra points to his lead in the standings by grabbing the top starting spot… Continue Reading →

G-Force BellyUp Sports 100 Preview

A week ago Bristol gave us everything we asked for and more. Aside from winner Jeff Green, every driver was involved in an incident of some sort. The war of attrition saw some championship contenders with tough days, leaving the points tight heading into this weeks bout. Tomorrow night the G-Force Grand National Series powered… Continue Reading →

Green Survives for Bristol Triumph

We set the over/under on cautions at 7.5 and the over hit. 9 cautions waived for 45 laps and when the carnage settled it was Jeff Green taking his first checkered flag of the season. Green, the only car that had no contact all night, used his damage free car and fresh tires to go… Continue Reading →

G-Force SportShift Media Thanksgiving Bash @ Bristol Preview

The G-Force Grand National Series powered by the JuiceBox Podcast heads to Thunder Valley tomorrow for 150 laps at the high banks of Bristol. Another short track on the 12 race schedule will provide bumper to bumper racing. Expect more contact than last week at Richmond with Bristol offering really only one dominant racing groove…. Continue Reading →

CRM Gets Season Back on Track

The season could have started out worse for Country Roads Motorsports, but not much worse. Two races marred by incidents saw the JuiceBox Podcast Chevy finish 12th in both races and leaving them 11th in points. That all changed with one strong run Tuesday night. The night started off on a better note than others… Continue Reading →

Akin Gets His Revenge at Richmond

Blaine Akin dominated the season opener at Nashville and was one lap away from victory when his car broke loose out of turn 4 and delegated him to a 16th place finish. Tuesday night he finally got his revenge, leading 119 of 127 laps and finishing the job on a green, white, checkered finish at… Continue Reading →

G-Force We Love Virginia 125 Preview

The G-Force Grand National Series powered by The JuiceBox Podcast travels to Richmond Raceway for Round 3 tonight. 125 laps under the lights will provide speed, sparks, and some very irritated drivers. The cars are a handful for the first 5 laps. Look for some contact and passing opportunities early in runs. Rewinding back to… Continue Reading →

CRM Tangled Up in Charlotte

Coming off a sub-par 12th place finish in the season opener at Nashville, Country Roads Motorsports looked to improve their results at Charlotte. In a 12 race season, anything but top 5-7 finishes could be detrimental for points at the end of the year. One drop week gives a throwaway week, but two bad weeks… Continue Reading →

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