ISRA Voice Chat
- Monday, 14 January 2013
- PJ Losey
The ISRA has setup a voice chat channel with the new CS software. Think of teamspeak or ventrilo, or mumble but in very easy to use software, No ips or ports to remember, chat with other friends, facebook and much more.
Click here to join:
Channel is ISRA - International Sim Racing Association
Don't have C3? Click here to download C3:
C3 was developed by gaming professionals with the single goal of improving voice and text chat capabilities for guilds and clans. The result? A host of new features and functionality that other clients like Ventrilo and TeamSpeak simply cannot compete with.
No more memorizing port numbers or worrying about hosting services or server fees.
Regardless of your clan/guild’s play style, C3 provides your community with 100% free, HD quality chat services specifically designed for group communication.
|Free to all users. No one has to pay server fees||YES||NO||NO|
|Unlimited usage for unlimited users and channels||YES||NO||NO|
|Invitation is by a one-click link||YES||NO||NO|
|Enhanced UI with custom skins||YES||YES||NO|
|3 client sizing options available||YES||NO||NO|
|Ablility to be in more than one channel at the same time||YES||YES||YES|
|Send customizable notifications to your clan from the client||YES||NO||NO|
|Dial-in / dial-out options||YES||NO||NO|
|Chat with friends even without being in the same guild||YES||NO||NO|
|Talk to everyone not just people in your private server||YES||NO||NO|
|No subscription needed to create channels or sub channels||YES||NO||NO|
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 January 2013 00:09
Announcing Team ISRA!
- Monday, 04 June 2012
- Colin MacLean
The International Sim Racing Association is pleased to announce the formation of Team ISRA. Team ISRA is an online racing team comprised of the administrators and key members of the ISRA. Team ISRA will field cars in the ISRA GTC and STC hosted series as well as in official iRacing competition.
Colin MacLean is the league administrator of the ISRA. Colin fields the #68 Daytona Prototype with the Scottish flag livery.
PJ Losey is the founder and web administrator of the ISRA. PJ’s number #17 Ford GT is sponsored by iRacersResource.com.
Chuck Chambliss is the ISRA graphic designer and video editor. Chuck drives the #15 U.S. Air Force Daytona Prototype.
Dan Graulty is the series administrator for the Grand Touring Championship. Dan is racing the Android liveried #11 Daytona Prototype.
Karl Mumbower is a GTC race marshal. Karl is driving the #38 Jagermeister Daytona Prototype.
Jaymz Mynes is a long-time ISRA member and member of the media group. Jaymz drives his familiar #84 Red Bull Ford GT.
Daniel Quaroni (simracingdan) produces and directs the ISRA racing broadcasts. Daniel is running the Kayak.com sponsored #64 Ford GT.
Mike Young is the series administrator for the ISRA STC series. Mike is racing his DHL sponsored #21 Ford GT.
STC at Mid-Ohio
- Sunday, 03 July 2011
- Tru Grit
The STC rolled into Mid-Ohio Thursday night and put on a great show ..
with exciting bumper to brmper action in both classes all over the track!
Last Updated on Sunday, 03 July 2011 13:45
STC in Wine Country
- Monday, 27 June 2011
- Ryan Cornes
The picturesque venue of Infineon Raceway provided the backdrop to a hotly contested round four of the Street Touring Challenge. With Sonoma concluding the first half of the season, there would be no time for anyone to sample the offerings of Napa Valley….
In the GS class it was Jonathan Diclemente grabbing pole position, however both Kevin Parrish and Russell Kao were snapping at his heels less than .2 of a second behind.
At the start of the race it was Jonathan and Kevin taking an early lead with Mitchell Weirich getting around Kao into third. That would set up a tremendous race long battle between the three drivers that wouldn’t relent until the checkered flag finally fell.
Lap after lap Diclemente was under intense pressure as Parrish tried repeatedly to make the pass. As the two drivers braked hard into turn 2, Parrish would falter, sliding the car to the inside of the track, allowing Mitchell Weirich to move into 2nd.
With the pressure eased on Diclemente, he decided to be the first to pit on lap 14 with a group of MX5’s looming ahead. The following lap saw Parrish pit, with Weirich. The lap that Weirich led was enough to keep him there, once the pit stops had settled.
The battle would wage on, lap after lap, until finally Parrish was able to get by Diclememte for 2nd place. Then with a move in the final haipin he got inside Weirich, who would try to counter, only to light up the rear tires on the exit of the corner, nearly spinning. Parrish would hold on for the win, with Weirich grabbing 2nd and Diclemente 3rd.
In the ST class it was Mike Kelley taking pole by just over a tenth from Eric Palacio with the rest of the MX5 field all within a second of pole. At the start it would be Palacio taking the lead, with Kelley slotting in close behind. After 3 laps the top 6 cars were all running within seconds of each other.
On lap 11, Palacio had a strong run on Kelley and was able to get to the inside in turn 1. As the two went side by side into turn 2, they made contact under braking, resulting in Kelley getting out of shape and Palacio taking the lead.
As the pitstops were settled it was Palacio leading Gordon, Kelley, and Green, with Gooderson only a few seconds back. With the laps winding down Kelley would get a run on Gordon entering the first hairpin, passing him for 2nd with only two laps left.
As they came to the final hairpin, Gordon and Kelley got together sending Kelley around. In the end it was Palacio winning over Jomar Green in 2nd with an excellent performance from Andy Gooderson coming home 3rd.
With the first half of the season completed, the Street Touring Challenge heads to the hills and valleys of Mid-Ohio. With the championships in both classes already extremely tight, the pressure will certainly be on every driver to do well.Last Updated on Monday, 27 June 2011 23:54
Lyon Strikes Again In The Windy City
- Thursday, 02 June 2011
- Dominic Carelli
After celebrating the Memorial Day weekend, the S.T.A.R.S. drivers headed to the windy city to try capturing the reins of Chicagoland. Everyone must have been ready to get out of the house as 42 drivers took the green on the tricky Chicagoland mile and a half. Once the grid was set, Danny Hansen had stormed to yet another pole and would be looking to capitalize on his qualifying pace to finally bag a win at the checkered flag. The field was bound to be close all night as the top 25 on the grid were seperated by only half a second.
When the smoke settled... quite literally... survival ended up being the name of the game and pit strategy would not play a factor like it normally does at Chicagoland Speedway. Toby Jenkins would jump Hansen for an early lead and dominate the beginning stages of the race. Jenkins lead a race high 56 laps to pick up a bonus point before being involved in an incident in the latter stages. Nine different drivers would cycle through the lead of the field, which would eventually end with DJ Lyon crossing the line first for his second win of the season. The rest of the top five were Josh Connors, Mike Kelley, Dominic Carelli, and Chris Williams.
Lyon now carries a 13 point championship lead to the pine covered hills of South Carolina where he and the other S.T.A.R.S. drivers will next take on the infamous Lady in Black.