Founded on 16th April 2010, our roots began in Live for Speed (LFS) with the majority of our efforts concentrated on becoming the best in the sim. We enjoyed earlier successes, though winning the GT1 class in our first attempt at the coveted Masters of Endurance arguably ranks the highest in our début year.
Marking Our Territory
Heading into 2011 we enjoyed a much more consistent year as an established team - winning the International GT Championship, the International Touring Car Championship, multiple LOTA accolades and more as we set our sights on solidifying our position as the top team in Live for Speed.
The form continued into 2012, but the increasingly declining state of competition in Live for Speed saw us gradually migrate towards the growing iRacing simulator. With most of our squad completing the transition mutually, we also added names such as Jake Stergios, followed subsequently by brother PJ Stergios to confirm our future endeavours.
The iRacing Movement
All trace of involvement in LFS subsided by 2013, confirming our position as an iRacing dedicated team - a stance we maintain until this day. This period also saw us field 7 drivers in iRacing's most elite road racing championship, iWCGPS - aiding us to become one of the established teams in iRacing.
Frequent podiums from Jake Stergios helped put us on the map, and convincingly winning the STC series also showed our potential in the newly released GT cars - a continuation from our LFS past, but there were still no drivers swaps...
Masters of Endurance Returns
Until the dawn of 2014, driver swaps were finally integrated into the sim, enabling the birth of endurance racing - along too came the return of Masters of Endurance with it. We triumphed in a season-long battle against Coanda Simsport and Team Redline, winning the 24 hours of Spa en route to becoming inaugural champions during 2015.
2016 iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series
2016 may go down as our biggest breakthrough year yet as we saw Joni take two dominant victories in F1 and cement himself as a frontrunner.
2016 iRacing Blancpain GT Series
We also produced a strong showing in the inaugural Blancpain GT Series (including a famous 1-2-3 finish at the most prestigous race of all) with two of our lineups contesting the championship fight at the season finale.
2016 iRacing NASCAR Peak Anti-Freeze Series
Amidst this success in our familiar circles, our branch into more unusual circles - namely oval racing produced immediate results - with NPAS wins from Jake and PJ Stergios enabling the latter to take an enthralling season-long title fight against Ray Alfalla to the final race, only to miss out on the crown by just 2 points.
2016 Le Mans
Trying our hands at the newly released Le Mans content implored us to roll back the years and put our name forward for the 2016 Le Mans 24hrs World Tour event on iRacing, achieving hard-fought victories in both GT1 and GT2 categories.
2017 Vegas E Race
Sim racing Esports took on unprecedented momentum for 2017 when it caught the attention of both Formula E and even Formula 1. Organised events from both parties gave sim racing exposure like never before. Flying the ineX flag at these events were Aleksi Elomaa and Joni Törmälä. Aleksi partnered up with Venturi Grand Prix for the Visa Vegas eRace in Las Vegas, where 10 of the best sim racers competed against 20 real Formula E drivers with a one million dollar prize pool at stake.
2017 iRacing Blancpain GT Series
Our focus slipped away from F1 competition in 2017, but that merely concentrated our efforts harder on Blancpain competition. This time we finished in 2nd place, one better than 2016 despite moments of adversity across the year.
2017 iRacing NASCAR Peak Anti-Freeze Series
Meanwhile our newest recruit and fan favourite Logan Clampitt too came within a whisker of winning the most elite virtual oval championship, putting an ineX Racing driver one spot away from the crown for the second straight season.
2017 F1 Esports
Meanwhile Joni battled through several qualifier events to earn one of twenty spots in the first ever Formula 1 Esports event in Abu Dhabi, held parallel to the real-life season finale. Both may have suffered misfortunes which impeded their overall results, but the experience alone wet their and our appetites for 2018, who knows what may lurk around the corner...