Our very own half German, half British globetrotter Philip Ellis is known to many in the real and virtual worlds of racing as a very talented driver, his talents even extend to the presentation of our cars in the sim world, with Philip creating many of our high-profile paint schemes. Although his availability to commit to any serious sim racing is hampered, he at least has a good and envyable excuse, now finally announcing that he will again compete in the Audi TT Cup for 2017.
Completing one last measure in preparation for the 2017 iRacing NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series (NPAS) we at ineX Racing are pleased to announce the signing of Pro-licensed Pennsylvanian Joe Letteriello to complete our Oval WCS lineup for 2017. Joe's spotting on the radar came very suddenly, surprising everyone by manouvering his way to 15th place overall in the 2016 iRacing Oval Pro Series standings in a highly competitive season, only missing out on the top 10 and a WCS license after missing Sonoma, one of the few non-drop races of the season.
As the days pass by, the 2017 NPAS season appears closer and closer on the horizon, therefore it's without reluctance that we could refuse the chance to bolster our growing oval division with one of the best upcoming drivers on the scene, a driver who needs little introduction. Logan Clampitt, aged just sixteen years old is already a household name in the circle of circles, courtesy of his sharp rise on arguably iRacing's biggest stage of all, and there's more to come.