N4Nites Simulation Racing

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Welcome to N4Nites Simulation Racing

Here we race all year! Cup, Trucks, 4 Bangers, Grand National, if it has wheels we want to race it. We are a small community of drivers that have been racing together for a long time and we are always looking for drivers and friends that like to race, talk, joke and most of all have fun! We run on Sunday and Monday Nights, during the regular season we run the Cup Series on Sunday's and Truck Series on Mondays. The off-season/holiday season we run a fun fixed setup league on Monday's and open set league on Sunday nights, see league info and sign up for leagues and requirements.

Kincade grabs second win in shootout the Butler !

BREAKDOWN COMING SOON!

Simmons wins after passing Butler with 2 laps to go!

The final race before the new year brought the drivers of the N4Nites Grand National Series to the "Track To Tough To Tame!.  The usual suspects were on top of the leader board in practice with Simmons and the 44 team leading the group followed by Rob Hayden Jr and Mike Butler. That group would remain up front for but It was Butler capturing the pole with Simmons joining him on the front row, Hayden grabbed third, Kincade 4th, Goertzen 5th, Boneske 6th, Ervin 7th and N4Nites Rookie Lesniewski rounding out the field. Simmons powered his way passed Butler on the first lap to take the lead and pulled away from the field where the 44 pulled away from Hayden in 2nd and Butler in 3rd with Kincade quickly moving to fourth.  The first pit stop saw almost all the drivers get penalties except the 75 of Kincade, where he lead until the second green flag stop where the entire field were struck with penalties again. The N4Nites Officials quickly realized  there was a glitch in the system and thew a caution to fix everyone and put back on the lead lap, putting the 01 of Hayden up front with Butler second, Simmons third and Kincade fourth, Geortzen 5th. The teams of Boneske, Irvin and Lesniewski missed the setup, having trouble in the early going which ultimately put them behind the wall. Hayden took the field back to green followed closely by Butler, Simmons and Kincade,  Butler finally slid around the 01 Dodge hopeing to hold off the hard charging 44 and 75 teams. Simmons while passing a very loose 01 Dodge of Hayden gets loose and chased his car down the track and back up into the 44 causing the last caution of the night, passing the lead to Butler and Kincade. Simmons crew fixed what they could and sent the 44 back to battle and it was a battle between the 007, 75 and 44 all trading positions unit the handling went away from the 75 and let the top 2 drivers get way. Coming down to the last pit stop it was the 44 and 007 pitted together the the 44 team got the Simmons out first with just 12 laps to go. Butler got out around the 44 but the 2 continued to battle, with 2 laps left the 007 bounced off the turn 2 wall allowing Simmons to slide by getting into three and 4. Simmons was able to hold off Butler for his Third win of the season.


Mike Butler grabs first Grand National win at Riverside!

The drivers of the N4Nites Grand National Series came to Riverside California for the Grand National Winter Blitz series race. Antonio Ervin unloaded fast and that continued in qualiftying winning the pole, Simmons started 2nd, Butler 3rd, Boneske 4th and N4Nites Rookie  Mike Panciocco starting 5th. Ervin took off and didn't look back from the green flag, with Simmons quickly giving up 2nd to Butler. Simmons had an ill handling car that ended his night early. Ervin drove away from the field for the early running, but trouble came to the 31 of Ervin when he missed a shift and his engine blew handing the leade over to Bulter and the 007 team who had a comfortable lead over Boneske and Panciocco. Butler grabs his first N4Nites Grand National win and closes the point gap on the 44 team in the championship points.Next week the N4Nites Grand National drivers are on the  Darlington Raceway, the track "To Tough To Tame"

Kincade battles hard to win his first Winter Blitz race at Lake Erie Speedway!


N4Nites teams lit the fires of their four cylinder racing machines at Lake Erie Speedway, this the 2 race of the N4Nites Four Banger Series. First practice saw Kincade and the 75 team leading the charts but the 007 and 44 teams had their mini powerhouses within 2 tenths of the top speed.  Kincade continued to show speed winning the pole followed by Simmons, Butler, Rafuse, Hall, Hayden and Wood completed the field.  The green flag dropped and the drivers of the N4Nites series started bumping and banging away on each other trying to get to the bumper to the 75 who was the class of the field holding off charges from the 007 Mike Butler who continued to push the 75 to make sure every lap was perfect as possible. The tricky little short track proved troublesome for most of the competitors bringing out 1 to 2 cautions while good hard racing brought out 3 and 1 for the 01's blown engine. Wood and Hall ran strong with the leaders but just couldn't close the gap to the top 3. The final caution of the night came out with under 10 to go and put the 3 fastest cars nose to tail for a 3 lap shootout, but Kincade was to strong scoring his first Four Banger win and first in the Winter Blitz series, next week we travel to  Quarter Slammer which is always a fun race!

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WINTER BLITZ OVERALL POINTS

N4Nites Grand National 70  Series Standings

N4Nites Four Banger Series

N4Nites FINAL Cup Series Standings

N4Nites FINAL Truck  Series Standings