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  • NAGP Assetto Corsa Race

    Our league race is from Nordschleife tonight at 9 EST. 10 Laps in the 1967 Ferrari 312. I bet a few will survive....maybe.

    Great commentary from Al and Brad: https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv/

  • #2
    We're heading to Monza tonight. Chicane-free and deadly. Lots of drafting should make for a great finish.

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    • #3
      Our new season starts tonight. We'll be driving the Lotus 79! Tonight's race is at Interlagos, but the full 1975 version. The broadcast is always great, so check it out if you have some time and already watched all the races on the DVR.

      North American Grand Prix roars back to life this week with the start of season XXXIV beginning this evening with round one of the Monday night open wheel series at Interlagos.

      Several big changes are in store for this upcoming season in open wheel beginning with the car. The series shifts from the '67 Ferrari 312 and into the more powerful and aerodynamic Lotus '79. In addition to the new car, the series will visit several new circuits for the first time including the 1979 version of the Oesterreichring as well as tonight's 1975 layout of Interlagos.

      The green flag waves tonight at 9pm eastern starting with 25 minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race. As we always do on Monday and Thursday night's, the races are broadcast live on NAGPTV with replays of the race broadcast available on YouTube following the event.

      The drivers are prepared and ready to get another action filled season under way.

      Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live! Missed the race live? Follow us on YouTube and watch the race the next day.

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      • #4
        Going to Kyalami tonight for round 2.

        http://www.northamericangp.com/board...-Est-on-NAGPTV!

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        • #5
          Round 3 at Laguna Seca tonight. I am driving a Zanardi livery, so I may try the huge dive bomb at the Corkscrew one time for fun.


          The North American Grand Prix Monday night Open Wheel series heads to northern California this evening for round three of the championship at Laguna Seca.

          Ian Jolicoeur took home a decisive first win of season 34 last week at Kyalami as the one-stop strategy proved once again to be the strategy of choice on Monday night's. The race began with John Houston, who qualified fourth, rocketing away from the field and jumping out to the early lead on the soft tire. After technical issues forced pole sitter Philippe Simard to retire from the event early, Ian Jolicouer took over the second position and kept the gap to Houston out front to under seven seconds. Jolicoeur took the lead over from Houston on lap 19 after the first of Houston's two stops. From that moment onward it was all Jolicoeur, as the Canadian began laying down fast laps as his fuel load lightened. After pitting on lap 30, Jolicoeur rejoined just two seconds behind Houston in second. Knowing Houston would need to make another stop, Jolicoeur did not force his way around Houston, he stayed patient and allowed Houston to make his stop. Jolicoeur cruised to the win twenty seconds ahead of second place Marc DeGras. Kevin Lechmanski held off a hard charging Matt Taylor on the final lap to take the last step on the podium, edging out Taylor by under a second.

          After two rounds, Matt Taylor leads the drivers championship with 42 points. Taylor's teammate Marc DeGras is second two points behind while Ian Jolicoeur moved into third after last weeks win with 33 points.

          Captain Clutch Racing's Matt Taylor and Marc DeGras have jumped out to an early lead this season with 82 points. Squeaky Wheels' Kevin Lechmanski and Jake Feimster are second 30 points behind. Globalsites Taxi Service's Joel Eckman and Gregory Myers continue to impress as the two sit third, 34 points behind first place.

          Join NAGPTV this evening for complete coverage of round three at Laguna Seca. Racing begins at 9pm eastern with 25 minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

          Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live! Missed the race live? Follow us on YouTube and watch the race the next day.

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          • #6
            Monaco tonight. Usually a high casualty rate.

            In what is routinely one of the most difficult circuits on the calendar each season, the North American Grand Prix open wheel series travels to the challenging streets of Monaco this evening for round four of championship.

            After scoring just one point after the first two rounds of the season, Philippe Simard bounced back in a big way last week at Laguna Seca, scoring maximum points for round three after claiming his second pole of the season to go along with a dominating win. Simard contended with some adversity early in the race after dropping to as low as fifth after lap four, as competitors on softer tire compounds and a two stop strategy managed to make their way past the eventual winner. Simard did not lose focus, sticking with his plan of a one stop strategy, the Canadian began setting blisteringly fast lap times midway through his stint. His quick pace made it difficult for the drivers on two stop strategies to have any chance of coming out ahead of Simard after their second stop. Simard took the checkered flag 35 seconds ahead of second place Matt Taylor. Eiran Parsons finished the night in third, his best result of the season.

            After three rounds, Matt Taylor leads in the drivers championship with 62 points. Marc DeGras is second with 56 points followed by Ian Jolicoeur in third with 47 points.

            In the team championship, Captain Clutch Racing's Matt Taylor and Marc DeGras lead with 118 points. The French Connection's Ian Jolicoeur and Philippe Simard are second with 74 points followed by Squeaky Wheels' Jake Feimster and Kevin Lechmanski in third with 64 points.

            NAGPTV is your home for complete coverage of round four from Monaco. The racing begins at 9pm eastern with qualifying followed immediately after by the 170km race.

            Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live! Missed the race live? Follow us on YouTube and watch the race the next day.

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            • #7
              Spa tonight

              http://www.northamericangp.com/board...-Est-on-NAGPTV!

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              • #8
                Live from Zandvoort right now. Just click one of the links above.

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                • #9
                  We started a new season last night: 2018 Indycars-12 races on all North American tracks. There was a field of 32 at Sebring and these cars are absolutely a ball to drive!

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYzVBa3Wl4Y

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                  • #10
                    We're racing at Mosport tonight in the Indycars. Should be fun. I will broadcast my in-car view with the Oculus if anyone wants to watch. Should be a large field, maybe 30 racers.

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                    • #11
                      Live from IMS: Racing the Indycars in AC tonight! Road course, 48 laps.

                      https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv

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                      • #12
                        We're heading to Road Atlanta tonight! Should be a fun race. Still have a larger field than the real Indycar league. Use the links above to watch live.

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