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Apr 14, 2018
Just recently got NR2003, and I have started up an offline series. This is the NCS SimRacing Challenge! This series is posted through YouTube, with each driver and team owner being an active participant through the Discord server.


In Season 1, the series will run the SNG NPS17 mod. Each car is the generic manufacture, with different decals representing Audi, Chevrolet, Dodge, and Toyota. Ford was an option but was not selected by any team owners. For Season 2, the series will switch to the MENCS19 mod.

There are 22 drivers across 8 teams. There are a total of 42 slots for the series, and the remaining slots will be open for Season 2.

For Season 1, the NCS SimRacing Challenge will run a 16 race schedule.
Each race will premiere on YouTube at 1 PM EST on Sunday. This is the link to my channel for those who will like to subscribe and watch races live.

The points standings will be a full season points system, no Chase or Playoffs.
1st will get 30 points, 2nd gets 25, 3rd gets 23, 4th gets 21, 5th gets 19, 6th gets 17, and then it decreases in one-point increments from there. 22nd (last) gets 1 point.

The first two races have already concluded.
The Daytona 500 was a thriller, start to finish. Cars sliding around, close pack racing, some wrecks here and there. Ian McDaniel passed Aris Yuiko, who led the most laps, with 2 laps to go and the 26 went on to take the win. Here is the Daytona 500 for this who’d like to watch!

Race two, at Auto Club, started the first of three races in California. A restart with 9 to go allowed for a thrilling battle between Josh Moore and Alexander Rowe, and Moore bested Rowe by 0.061 at the line. Highly recommend watching the race!

Here is the current results layout:
And here are the current points standings:

I will be posting here each Tuesday, to place the link of the race, recaps, as well as gi ve the points standings and results, as to not spoil for anyone who has not watched. The next race, Riverside, is tomorrow!


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Apr 14, 2018
Race 3, The California 300 at Riverside International Speedway, sure to be a fun race! Aarwin Basic claimed his second straight pole, and we went 30 laps around this wonderful road course.

It was the Christopher Marnell show all race, but a late race strategy call changed things up. As we went caution free the entire event, pit stop strategy played a massive role. The whole field pitted between lap 13 and 15, but some teams opted for a two stop strategy. Marnell was one of them, pitting for a second time with 8 laps to go. This gave the lead to Andrew Fronsee, who went on to coast to victory, running out of fuel in the final corner to take the win.
Here are the official results:
1Andrew Fronsee
2Collin Scarborough
3Henry Guo
4Sean McKean
5Logan Williams
6Christopher Marnell
7Ian McDaniel
8Axel Rocha
9The Cooler Sam
10Aarwin Basic
11Garrett Lamar
12Aaron Hunter
13Josh Moore
14Alexander Rowe
15Harry Williams
16Ricardo Garcia
17Vincent Crook
18Aris Yuiko
19Josh Harrison
20Norris Andrews
21Michael Guthrie
22Nick Roten
With the third race set and done, we now have a tie atop the points standings. Sean McKean and Henry Guo lead the 22 car standings.

Next week, the NCS SimRacing Challenge heads to Irwindale! We hope you tune in, Sunday at 1 PM EST.


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Apr 14, 2018
For the 4th race of the season, we went to Irwindale! This 0.5 mile bullring hosted the third and final race of our “California Swing”, and who doesn’t love some good short track racing? 100 laps for the Lucas Oil 400!

Michael Guthrie started on the pole, and seemed to be the class of the field with Henry Guo behind him. A spin into the barrels by Collin Scarborough brought our first caution on lap 1. Guthrie had led all of the first 34 laps, but lapped cars in front of him tangled, leaving Guthrie, Guo, and other fast cars involved. This meant Christopher Marnell took the lead, hoping to redeem himself after last week. Another caution led to a split strategy once again, as Harry Williams took the lead on lap 45 and never looked back.
1Harry Williams
2Garrett Lamar
3Christopher Marnell
4Aaron Hunter
5Andrew Fronsee
6Nick Roten
7The Cooler Sam
8Aris Yuiko
9Logan Williams
10Axel Rocha -1L
11Ricardo Garcia -1L
12Aarwin Basic-1L
13Sean McKean-1L
14Ian McDaniel-2L
15Josh Harrison-3L
16Michael GuthrieAccident
17Henry GuoAccident
18Vincent Crook Accident
19Alexander Rowe Accident
20Josh MooreAccident
21Norris Andrews Accident
22Collin Scarborough Accident
The points lead, which was tied coming into the race, is now held by Garrett Lamar, helped by his second place finish. 9025A288-45F3-471F-81DE-FF7C38316BD7.jpeg

Be sure to tune in next week! It’ll be the Denver Health 350 at Pikes Peak!


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Apr 14, 2018
Race 5 was at Pikes Peak! The NCS SimRacing Challenge went to the Mile High for the Denver Health 350. A short 50 lap race, with Sean McKean on the pole!

It was a double file start that saw Sean McKean lead the field down into turn 1. An early caution on Lap 2 saw points leader Garrett Lamar take a spin. Another big wreck, involving Nick Roten, Logan Williams, Collin Scarborough, and others, Lamar was caught up again and out of the race for good. Sean McKean led race-high 26 laps, but not without some troubles. Alexander Rowe played the strategy game, and Aris Yuiko also battled hard with the 46 car. But, it was the pole sitter McKean who took the win at PPIR.

1Sean McKean
2Aris Yuiko
3Michael Guthrie
4Norris Andrews
5Alexander Rowe
6Henry Guo
7Aarwin Basic
8Aaron Hunter
9Christopher Marnell
10Axel Rocha-1L
11Josh Moore-1L
12The Cooler Sam-1L
13Andrew Fronsee-1L
14Ian McDaniel -1L
15Harry Williams-1L
16Ricardo Garcia -1L
17Vincent Crook -2L
18Garrett LamarAccident
19Collin Scarborough Accident
20Nick RotenAccident
21Josh HarrisonAccident
22Logan WilliamsAccident
Sean McKean takes the points lead, heading into next week’s race - COTA! We’ll see you then! Sunday, 1PM EST

For those who are interested, you can follow NCS SimRacing Challenge on Instagram

and if you’d like to join, here’s the discord link! This is where you can sign up for S2, as well as see the reactions of the drivers and owners themselves.


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Apr 14, 2018
Race 6 of the NCS SimRacing Challenge was at COTA! The long, technical, 3.4 mile course played host to the 6th event of the season. Ian McDaniel snagged the pole, and it was sure to be a good one. 29 laps around the track!

In a race that fuel strategy determined the leaders, it was a great one. The first 10 laps went caution free, until Alexander Rowe got turned around during the pit cycle. Axel Rocha inherited the lead after not putting, and kept it as all drivers pitted under caution. In a race where rivalries were born and tempers flared, the action came with the final restart, as all drivers but two pitted the next lap. As Aarwin Basic and Sean McKean stayed out, they nearly perfected the cinderella run...until having to pit with two to go. Nick Roten inherited the lead, but Collin Scarborough charged from 5th to the front, moved Roten on the final lap, and Scarborough went on to take the victory.
1Collin Scarborough
2Michael Guthrie
3Nick Roten
4Aarwin Basic
5Sean McKean
6Christopher Marnell
7Axel Rocha
8Henry Guo
9Andrew Fronsee
10Alexander Rowe
11Ricardo Garcia
12Aaron Hunter
13The Cooler Sam
14Vincent Crook
15Josh Moore
16Garrett Lamar-1L
17Norris Andrews-1L
18Harry Williams-2L
19Aris YuikoGearbox
20Ian McDanielEngine
21Logan WilliamsAccident
22Josh HarrisonAccident
Sean McKean retained the points lead after his dangerous strategy netted him a 5th place finish.
Top 5 in points: McKean (117 pts), Guo (96 pts), Rowe (87 pts), Fronsee (84 pts), Yuiko/Marnell (tied with 83 pts)

Next week: It’s The Bermuda Triangle, the 6-turn superspeedway!

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