Lowline Racing

Where the best in iRacing come together!

Lowline Racing - Where the best in iRacing come together!

Lowline Racing 250 from Iowa Speedway

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Shannon Segler (#11) takes home the win at the Iowa Speedway, in the Lowline Racing 250. He was followed by Todd Pinto (#24) in 2nd, Brian Castle (#10) in 3rd, Kevin Mitchell (#27) in 4th, and Matthew Davis (#72) in 5th.

Check out the results @ http://www.racepointsmanager.com/pm4/league/2403/results/248

Series Points
1. (#4) Brian Ammerman 225pt, 2. (#26) Trent Ringler 213pt (+1) ,3. (#72) Matthew Davis 211pt (-1) ,4. (#81) Shane Parish 202pt ,5. (#10) Brian Castle 191pt (+3) ,6. (#27) Kevin Mitchell 190pt (+1) ,7. (#00) Tristan Combs 184pt (-2) ,8. (#51) Charles Morrow 181pt (-2) ,9. (#51) Timmy Logwood Jr. 142pt (+2) ,10. (#87) Theodore Wallace 175pt (+1)

Keith Castle leads the field into turn #3 on lap 45.

Keith Castle leads the field into turn #3 on lap 45.

Next week, tune in as the drivers of the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series are back to take on 250 miles at the Charlotte Motor Speedway!

Lowline Racing 120 from Talladega Superspeedway

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Trent Ringler (#26) takes home the win at @Talladega Super Speedway , in the Lowline Racing 120. He was followed by Brian Ammerman (#4) in 2nd, Matthew Davis (#72) in 3rd, Kevin Mitchell (#27) in 4th, and Jerry Platt (#43) in 5th.

Check out the results @ http://www.racepointsmanager.com/pm4/league/2403/results/247

Series Points
1. (#4) Brian Ammerman 181pt, 2. (#26) Trent Ringler 172pt (+1) ,3. (#72) Matthew Davis 171pt (-1) ,4. (#81) Shane Parish 163pt ,5. (#00) Tristan Combs 156pt ,6. (#36) Charles Morrow 149pt ,7. (#27) Kevin Mitchell 149pt (+2) ,8. (#10) Brian Castle 148pt (-1) ,9. (#51) Timmy Logwood Jr. 142pt (+2) ,10. (#85) Paul Bliss 141pt (-2)

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Brian Ammerman Leads the way on lap 38

Next week, the Lowline Racing Truck Series in back in action on Saturday at the Kansas Speedway, and then join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series on May 5th when the series resumes as they take on the Iowa Speedway.

Lowline Racing 250 from the Richmond International Raceway

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Brian Ammerman (#4) extends his winning streak to three in a row by winning @Richmond International Raceway , in the Lowline Racing 250. He was followed by Teddy Reed (#77) in 2nd, Matthew Davis (#72) in 3rd, Donald Aholt (#3) in 4th, and Adam Burlet (#48) in 5th.

Check out the results @ http://www.racepointsmanager.com/pm4/league/2403/results/246

Trent Ringler (#26), and Brian Ammerman (#4) battle for the lead on the last restart.

Trent Ringler (#26), and Brian Ammerman (#4) battle for the lead on the last restart.

Join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series next week when the series returns to the Talladega Super Speedway.

Lowline Racing 250 from Bristol Motor Speedway

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Brian Ammerman (#4) notches two wins in a row at @Bristol Motor Speedway , in the Lowline Racing 250. He was followed by Matthew Davis (#72) in 2nd, Trent Ringler (#26) in 3rd, series newcomer Adam Burley (#48) in 4th, and Shane Parish (#81) in 5th.

Check out the results @http://www.racepointsmanager.com/pm4/league/2403/results/245

Brian Ammerman (#4), and Keith Castle (#10) battle for the lead

Brian Ammerman (#4), and Keith Castle (#10) battle for the lead

Join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series next week when the series moves on to the Richmond International Raceway.

Lowline Racing 200 from the Texas Motor Speedway

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Brian Ammerman (#4) takes home the win at @Texas Motor Speedway , in the Lowline Racing 200. He was followed by Trent Ringler (#26) in 2nd, Brian Castle(#10) in 3rd, Matthew Davis (#72) in 4th, and Shane Parish (#81) in 5th.

Check out the results @http://www.racepointsmanager.com/pm4/league/2403/results/244

The field stretches out going down the backstretch at Texas.

The field stretches out going down the backstretch at Texas.

Join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series next week when the series moves on to the Bristol Motor Speedway.

LOWLINE RACING ANNOUNCEMENT 3/5/2015

Drivers,

For the upcoming season of league competition, there are a couple of items we have to announce.

First off, for upcoming season we will be returning to the Truck series. It will follow the full 20 week schedule for the “C Open” series, and the first race is scheduled for Saturday, March 21st @ Martinsville Raceway. Practice will start at 8pm eastern, and the race will start at 10pm eastern. The B-Car, which we have been running on Saturday nights, will be moving to Sunday nights. It will continue to follow the 33 week schedule of the “B Open” series, and the next race is scheduled for Sunday, March 8th @ Phoenix International Raceway. Practice will start at 7p eastern, and the race will start at 9p eastern. Due to the fact that both the Truck, and B-Car open series are moving to a longer, “NIS-style” schedule, we will be allowing five drop weeks in both series. Also, we will no longer be running the A-Car in league competition.

Secondly, for the last several seasons we have been operating without charging league fee’s. This has allowed us to bring on new members who can be a positive force the league. However, items such as scheduling league races, our teamspeak server, Race points manger, etc… are a considerable expense. Our annual operating costs are estimated between $350, and $400 for the year, and we need to replenish our funding so that we can continue to operate. We believe that the best way to do this by member donations, and would like to ask each member to donate $20 dollars to fund the next year of racing. To donate please visit the donate link on the website, or just click on this sentence.

Thank you,
Lowline Racing Admins