This time, Mike Rasimas had enough fuel.
The impressive rookie captured his first career Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel win Thursday night, saving enough fuel to get to the finish as points leader Ryan Otis tank ran dry on the final lap at World Wide Technology Raceway.
The win was vindictive for Rasimas, who one week prior ran out of fuel while leading late at Iowa Speedway.
“Happy to be here,” Rasimas said after his fifth top five in seven career starts. “I’m a little surprised my first win came on an oval, but you have to put a full race together here, and like tonight was all about fuel mileage. It’s definitely a challenge.”
Rasimas followed Ryan Otis to pit road on lap 10, following the only caution of the race, and many teams felt like they would be able to one stop the race from that point.
Half the field stayed out, leading to Sage Karam’s mid-race domination.
But when Karam had to pit for a final time with 15 laps remaining, questions started to arise about the leaders.
For Otis, who rarely had a car in front to catch a tow, the tank ran dry on the back straight during the final lap.
That allowed Rasimas, who stalked Otis over the final 40 laps, to drive around and take the win.
“I had no idea if he was saving at all,” Rasimas said. “I kept trying to put pressure on. I actually hit the wall exiting turn two, it’s funny, I thought the race was over. And so I was just going for it. And then a second later Ryan came on and said he was out.”
Ricky Hardin used fuel saving of his own to come home in second, nearly nine seconds back of Rasimas.
“Man it feels like I just won the Indy 500,” Hardin said. “I’ve had such a bad season here in Lionheart. I was surprised Otis ran out. I really wasn’t that close, but I’m also not as fast as he is.”
Finian D’Cunha, who once again intentionally sat out qualifying, rallied from 25th to third despite the lack of cautions or attrition.
“I spent the entire last run looking at my fuel calculator, seeing if I had enough to get to the end,” D’Cunha said. “I really couldn’t save anything. I tried everything I could. I was just hoping I had enough fuel to get to the end.”
Richie Hearn followed D’Chunha, driving from 26th to fourth, while Otis coasted home in fifth.
The finish was enough to allow Otis to extend his points lead, as Karam’s decision to stay out under the only caution assured he would have to make two green flag pit stops.
Karam finished in seventh, the highest running car on that strategy, just behind Lionel Calisto.
Dustin Wardlow ran the fastest lap of the race and even led two laps, but fell to 19th after speeding on pit road during his final stop.
Karam led a race-high 81 laps, the bonus point helping to ease the pain of finishing behind Otis, as the Retro Series enters the home stretch of the season with just five races remaining.
Otis leads Karam by 67 points after factoring in the two drop weeks the series allows. Calisto is third, still very much in the championship battle, 80 points back of Otis. Wardlow and Aaron Morgan round out the top five.
The Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel is the back half of a Lionheart Racing Series powered by HyperX double header this week, heading to Brooklyn, Michigan for the Turn Racing 200 at Michigan International Speedway.
The race can be seen live on Thursday, September 24, at 10:35 p.m. EST on the iRacing eSports Network and Global SimRacing Channel.
Michigan International Speedway has meant a great deal to the Lionheart Racing Series Powered by HyperX. It was the site of the very first Lionheart IndyCar Series race in July 2014 and has appeared on the schedule every season for both the Indy and Retro Series. Michigan has also produced some of the most exciting moments in the league over the past six and a half years.
The race last season was certainly one of those moments as it produced 3 and 4 wide racing throughout the entire race and ended with the closest finish in Lionheart Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel history. 2019’s running also saw just 1 caution across the 200-mile event proving that drivers in the Retro Series know how to race wheel to wheel at over 200 mph.
Ryan Otis comes into Michigan as the defending race winner having beat out David Clymer by just 0.002 seconds at the line. The Oregon native is looking to rebound after coming up short at the recent HyperX Gateway 150 when his Lotus 79 machine ran out of fuel in turn 3 on the final lap.
Fortunately for Otis he was able to salvage a 5th place finish and stay ahead of Sage Karam in the points. Sage finished in P7 at Gateway and now sits 67 points back from Otis who maintains his points lead through Round 13 of this 20-round season.
Mike Rasimas has hit the ground running this season moving up another 4 spots in the standings after scoring his first Retro Series win at Gateway. Rasimas sits in 13th overall despite having 4 fewer races than the rest of the field. Finishing outside of the top 10 only once in hist first 7 starts he is likely to break into the top 10 before this season comes to a close.
Ricky Hardin is coming off a solid run at Gateway where he finished in second place behind Rasimas. Hardin will be looking to take that momentum to Michigan where his skill on ovals will likely see him battling up front.
Tune in Thursday September 24th, 2020 live on the iRacing eSports Network via Global Sim Racing Channel to watch the cars and stars of the Lionheart Retro Series with coverage beginning at 9:35 pm CST.
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The Lionheart Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel is set to return to World Wide Technology Raceway today for the HyperX Gateway 150. This will mark the 4th consecutive year that the series has seen the famous 1.25-mile oval. Gateway is unique in that turns 1 and 2 have 11 degrees of banking which is quite different than turns 3 and 4 which have 9 degrees. This presents itself for a real challenge for both the setup designers and drivers as each end of the track requires a different approach.
New for 2020 the setup has been designed to remove much of the snap oversteer that the Lionheart Retro Series drivers have come to experience with the Lotus 79 on the ovals. This has presented a car with much more understeer than previous runnings at Gateway. Aero wash this season is also eliminating any evidence of pack racing this year and drivers will have to us all their skill to setup passes and make them stick.
The previous race winner Marc Cohn and two-time race winner Adam Blocker will not be in the field for tonight’s event. This once again is setting the stage for a first-time winner at Gateway. This season has already produced 6 different winners, with one of them coming from series rookie Matt Taylor with his impressive win at Twin Ring Motegi. Gateway is similar to Motegi in that both ends of the track are not identical and not easy to master. Can Taylor once again find the speed needed to reach victory lane?
Qualifying will certainly be crucial to success with the setup provided to the series for this week’s event. Chris Fowler has shown some great pace in qualifying starting on pole in the first of two warm up races. Ryan Otis has posted the fastest official qualification time so far this week and will certainly be looking for the pole to aid in securing a good finish as well as extending his championship points lead over Sage Karam.
Finally fuel strategy will likely come into play as some drivers will attempt to stretch the fuel to make it on one stop. Estimated fuel runs are near 56 laps so cautions will need to happen in order to make that a reality. In terms of history with incidents Gateway has had its share of them with a series high of 11 in 2019 for a total of 40 laps under caution.
Tune in 9/17/2020 live on the iRacing eSports Network courtesy of the Global Sim Racing Channel to watch the cars and stars of the Lionheart Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel at the virtual World Wide Technology Raceway.
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Fans won’t look at Thursday’s Thumbs Up, Cancer Down 150 at the virtual Iowa Speedway and think of vintage Sage Karam.
But the NTT IndyCar Series driver won’t care.
Karam charged to second place following the final caution, and inherited the lead for the first time with four laps remaining when rookie Mike Rasiumus ran out of fuel, capturing his sixth win of the season in the Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel.
“It wasn’t pretty,” Karam said. “The race was hard. Dirty air was really bad. I got stuck in the back for a while, but was able to benefit from good pit stops and a couple of restarts. Really interesting race.”
Karam started 19th in the 29 car field following a qualifying mistake, and patiently worked his way into the top five. But the career series wins leader (12) seemed stuck in third until a restart following the sixth and final caution of the race on lap 134.
Karam had tried time and again to get around Tommy Rhyne, with the two even touching wheels on lap 133, but Rhyne continued to look like the stronger car until lap 142, when Karam made a sweeping move into turn one and was able to pull away from Rhyne.
Still, one of the hottest drivers in the league led the way, and despite having not pitted since lap 72, Rasimas continued to stay out well past the projected 75 lap fuel window, albeit with plenty of caution laps mixed in.
“I knew I was kinda racing Tommy Rhyne,” Karam said. “But then we kept getting yellows and I started to think ‘maybe Mike can make it now.’ I thought he was a lot worse on fuel than he actually was. When we got to five to go, I thought he was going to make it. I didn’t know until I saw him pull over, and it was a sigh of relief. I couldn’t get around him.”
Alas, it was not to be, as Rasimas continued to wait for one final yellow flag that never came. His Lotus 79 sputtered on the back stretch with four laps remaining, turning the lead - and the win - over to Karam.
“It just kept getting closer and closer and closer,” Rasimas said. “I just kept trying to save fuel when I could, trying to stretch it out. I needed one more yellow. I was actually pretty happy I got as far as I did. I had to try. It was the only way I was going to beat those super fast guys.”
Rhyne held on for second, even closing on Karam in the final two laps, but ran out of time. The finish was a career best for Rhyne.
“I was just going off the information my teammates could give me,” Rhyne said of being the first car to make the trip to pit road and make it to the end. “I thought if it went green, we would’ve won. It was just so hard to pass the leader, almost impossible.”
Bobby Mikes put on the show of the night, blowing past pole winner and early race favorite Dustin Wardlow (100 laps led) and points leader Ryan Otis in the final 20 laps. It was the best finish of the season for the two-time Retro Series race winner.
“It was an interesting race,” Mikes said after being involved in multiple cautions but surviving each. “I was just waiting for the tires to come in. It’s the age old 79 question, when will they come in? And they finally came in late and we were really good.”
Otis finished fourth, just ahead of a disappointed Wardlow.
18 drivers finished the race, with 15 on the lead lap.
Rasimas fell to 17th, three laps down, after coasting back into his pit stall to top off.
Karam closed the championship gap to 63 points back of Otis, the defending series champion. Lionel Calisto jumped to third in points, with Wardlow up two spots to fourth following Aaron Morgan’s late race crash. Morgan sits fifth, 161 points back of Otis.
The Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel takes three weeks off before returning on Thursday, September 17 at World Wide Technology Raceway, formerly Gateway Motorsports Park, outside St. Louis for the HyperX Gateway 150. The race can be seen live on the iRacing eSports Network and the Global SimRacing Channel at 10:35 p.m. EST.
At this point, Dustin Wardlow should run for Governor of New Hampshire. The man practically owns the state.
The driver known as The Candy Man became the first driver in Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel history to three-peat at a track Thursday night, rocketing to the lead on the final pit stop and never looking back in the Dewar’s 150.
“I love this place,” Wardlow said. “I enjoy riding around behind folks, saving fuel, and seeing how everyone else is shaping up. This car just always rotates a little better on older tires at the end, and I like how it feels at the end of the race here.”
Wardlow, whose moniker comes from employer Dewar’s Candy’s world famous taffy chews, has made a habit of taking the lead late at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
In 2018, Wardlow shot to the front passing Michael Goodman and Alex Saunders in the final 50 laps. In 2019, it was Marc Cohn who fell victim to Wardlow’s mastery of the Magic Mile. This time, defending series champion Ryan Otis was left to sit back and watch as Wardlow overcut him during green flag pit stops and ran away.
“My whole pit strategy was to short fuel the first time and jump Jason Bosse,” Otis said of the early portion of the race. “That second run I caught traffic that was just fast enough to where I couldn’t get around them, and I should’ve been putting in fliers there. It just didn’t work out.”
The race featured only one caution, on the opening lap, when rookie Matt Taylor drifted up into Paul Jenkins while battling for third. The two spun to the inside of the back straightaway, with Taylor hammering the tires, ending his race. Jenkins continued, but damaged, and finished eleventh.
The green flag runs allowed Wardlow to focus on fuel saving behind Otis, waiting for the leader to catch lapped traffic and then staying out an extra three laps. Those three laps, the fastest of the race for any car to that point, allowed the Bakersifeld, Calif., native to jump his teammate and control the remainder of the race.
“I didn’t know where I’d come out,” Wardlow said. “I was happy to get some clean laps after Ryan came in, I didn’t have any traffic, and I think that was the difference. Ryan was hot all race.”
Jason Bosse appeared to be the car to beat early on, capturing his first Lionheart Racing Series powered by HyperX pole and leading the first 60 laps.
But Bosse saw his race come undone on the first green flag pit stop, when he dropped a tire onto the racing surface on pit exit. The ensuing penalty for unsafe pit exit buried him two laps down, and with no ensuing cautions, caused him to finish a dissipating 21st.
Only eight cars finished on the lead lap, with rookie Mike Rasimas continuing his incredible run to start his Lionheart career. The third place finish at NHMS gave Rasimas four top five finishes in five career starts.
“I really love New Hampshire, it was fun to drive here in this car,” Rasimas said. “I’m getting kinda tired of not winning one of these things, but it’s sure fun to be on the podium every week.”
Lionel Calisto and Aaron Morgan rounded out the top five, with Jorge Anzaldo, Chris Fowler and David Clymer also on the lead lap.
Championship hopeful Sage Karam missed the event while preparing for the Indianapolis 500, allowing Otis to open up his lead to 141 points. Calisto closed in, just two points behind Karam now in third.
The Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel will stick with the short track theme, heading to Iowa Speedway for the Thumbs Up, Cancer Down 150 on Thursday, August 27. The race can be seen live on the iRacing eSports Network at 10:35 p.m. EST.
With just 7 rounds remaining in the 2020 Season the Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel heads to Iowa for the 4th time in as many seasons. This year will produce a guaranteed first-time winner as its previous winners have switched to full time competition in Lionheart’s IndyCar Series presented by First Medical Equipment.
The 172-lap event will be part of the league’s double header this week at the speedway. Dustin Wardlow coming off the big win at the Dewar’s 150 at New Hampshire would love nothing more than to make it two in a row and make his way back into the top 3 in the standings. Ryan Otis continues to stretch his lead over Sage Karam who has missed the last two events due to real world racing commitments. The Oregon native now boasts a 141 one-point lead over Karam after finishing on the podium at New Hampshire. Karam will need to rebound quickly scoring wins along with luck from the racing gods.
Otis however has not finished outside of the top 5 in nine of the eleven rounds so far this season. With the consistency Otis has shown the defending champion is looking like the favorite to secure this year’s championship title. There is a lot of racing yet to be done and if anything holds true in the Lionheart Racing Series Powered by HyperX is that every point counts. Alex Saunders lost the 2018 Season championship to Adam Blocker by a single point.
The series will also welcome two new drivers making their debut’s at Iowa Speedway. Matt Huston and Chris Tague who have made appearances in the Lionheart IndyCar Challenge Series have shown pace and are eager to make their mark on the series.
Jorge Anzaldo has shown some improvement over the last two events finishing in the top 10 twice coming off a solid run at New Hampshire gaining 12 positions in a race that proved difficult to make passes. Iowa is definitely a track that Anzaldo feels strongly at and is hoping for another strong run.
With so many talented drivers in the Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel line up its anyone’s race to win. Who will take home the checkered flag in the Thumbs Up, Cancer Down Iowa 150?
Tune in Thursday, August 27th 2020 to watch the cars and stars of the Lionheart Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel take on the Iowa Speedway live on the iRacing eSports Network. Race Coverage begins at 9:35 PM CST via the Global Sim Racing Channel.
If there is such a thing as a perfect race, Ryan Otis delivered the blueprint for it Thursday night.
The defending Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel champion led every lap of the HyperX Grand Prix of Sonoma, taking the win by 14 seconds.
“This track is exhausting,” Otis said. “It’s like autocrossing for an hour straight. It’s not an easy one. I’m glad it’s over.”
Otis captured the pole, pulled away on lap one and never so much as dropped a wheel during the 50-lap event. The victory was the second of the season for Otis, and with Sage Karam absent, the reigning champion opened up a 73-point lead in the championship battle.
“I was on the ragged edge and going as fast as I could go,” Otis said. “I always like racing Sage, so I wish he was here even if he would’ve beat me. But I’ll take a win.”
While the race for the win was far from interesting, the battle from second on back was fierce the entire event.
Rookie Mike Rasimas started seventh and carefully sliced his way through the field, overcoming David Clymer during pit stops to move into second, his third podium in as many starts in the Lionheart Racing Series powered by HyperX. Rasimas also set the fastest lap of the race.
“I have no idea how I got to second,” Rasimas said. “I thought I was in fifth and then everyone pit and I said to myself ‘what happened?’ It was a great race.”
Clymer meanwhile had to hold off a late race charge from series debutant Matt Taylor, who stunned the field qualifying in the second position before slipping back mid-race.
“I’m just happy the car finished,” Clymer said. “I know the car bounced off the wall a few times. I’m exhausted. That was a crazy race.”
Taylor came home fourth, with Aaron Morgan leading a tight three-car battle for the final spot inside the top five, eding Lionel Calisto and Richie Hearn by a few car lengths.
23 cars started the race, with 18 making it to the finish. It was a clean event, with no multi-car accidents.
Otis has checked out on Karam in the championship battle, but there’s a fierce battle for third in the standings brewing as the series approaches the halfway mark.
Calisto leads Morgan and Dustin Wardlow by eleven points. Clymer, George Sandman and Jason Bosse are all within 25 points of third.
The Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel heads back to the ovals for the next five events, starting with the tricky Twin Ring Motegi oval in Japan on Thursday, August 6. The race can be seen live on the iRacing eSports Network and Global SimRacing Channel at 10:35 p.m. EST.
Matt Taylor has put the Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel on notice.
The rookie scored his first career win in just his second start, navigating the draft and holding the lead through the final restart until a caution with five laps to go ended the SimXperience 175 at Twin Ring Motegi.
“I’m super excited,” Taylor said. “I really don’t have much oval experience at all. I tend to overdrive the car. I think that helped me tonight.”
The series newcomer furiously swapped the lead with Lionel Calisto over the final green flag run, after Sage Karam and Marc Cohn made contact battling for the lead.
Taylor was able to grab the inside line, which proved advantageous through turns one and two, when Dustin Wardlow was sent spinning into the wall following contact with Finian D’Cunha, assuring the race would end under caution.
Taylor impressed throughout the race, leading 14 laps and running inside the top five for a majority of the event.
“Once those guys wrecked in front of me, I had to focus on keeping my nose out front,” Taylor said. “At one point, we ended up four wide into three and I just sent it, and held my breath.”
Calisto mounted a hard charge through the pack, starting in 22nd and avoiding numerous crashes while scoring his second top five of the season. The near-miss stung, but the solid finish propelled Calisto comfortably into third in points.
“I’m happy with a second-place finish,” Calisto said. “I had a little damage and still managed to run in the top five. That’s solid.”
Jason Bosse had perhaps the most impressive performance of the race, being caught up in an early race incident that bent the rear wing of this Lotus 79. Despite the added drag and lack of top-end speed, Bosse was able to dodge other incidents and nearly spoil the party at the end of the race.
“It’s good to finally get a finish,” Bosse said. “That early spin, Scott Holmes came down and we just kind of touched. And I went to the back and had to battle back through the field.”
The race appeared to be coming down to a two-car battle between Cohn, the 2019 series driver of the year, and Karam, the championship contender and series wins leader.
But with 13 laps remaining, Cohn made a run around the outside of Karam heading into turn three. Karam’s car appeared to bobble as he neared the corner apex, and as the Pennsylvania native chased the car up the track, contact was made with Cohn’s left rear.
The man they call the watchman spun around and clobbered the wall, while Karam did a 360 and was able to continue, finishing 12th.
The wreck setup the mad dash to the finish, which saw numerous close calls with Ricky Hardin, championship leader Ryan Otis, Aaron Morgan and series founder Jorge Anzaldo as well.
But it was the Wardlow and D’Cunha contact that ultimately ended the race and allowed Taylor, and others, to let out a collective sigh.
Morgan was credited with being in fourth when the final caution flew, just ahead of Otis.
Otis extended his championship lead to 84 over Karam. Calisto sits 50 points back of Karam in third, with Morgan in fourth and Bosse capitalizing on the podium finish to jump up to fifth.
The race was slowed by seven cautions. Eight drivers exchanged the lead 28 times, with Karam leading a race-high 60 laps in the 113-lap contest.
The Lionheart Retro Series presented by DMLC Racing Channel returns stateside in two weeks for the Dewar’s 150 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The race can be seen live on the iRacing eSports Network with Global SimRacing Channel producing the broadcast on Thursday, August 20 at 10:35 p.m. EST.
With the second half of the season underway the Lionheart Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel returns to the Twin Ring Motegi in Japan for the SimXperience 175. The event will kick off the first of five straight oval races. This stretch will undoubtedly throw a lot of things into the air with regards to the championship fight as the high-speed ovals and their unpredictability can open the door for just about anyone to claim victory.
Through the first nine rounds six of those were road course races with Karam winning 4 and points leader and defending series champion Ryan Otis winning 2. Both drivers are always favored to win on the road courses, however they will be tested over the next several rounds and it will be interesting to see if Otis will remain in the points lead by Round 15 when the series returns to road racing.
Otis currently sits 73 points in front of Karam after his most recent win at the HyperX Grand Prix of Sonoma. Karam who was unavailable to attend leaving the door open for Otis to capitalize had good reason to miss the event. The real-world NTT IndyCar Series driver was getting engaged to his longtime girlfriend Abby.
Last year at Motegi Karam had an unfortunate incident where he hit the wall out of Turn 4 in the opening laps of the race giving him a 31st place finish. Otis finished in fourth place to round out the top 5. A total of eight cautions flew last season for a total of 32 laps, the most in series history. The Twin Ring due to its uneven shape is flat out through Turn 1 and 2 but narrows down through Turn 3 and 4. This however is what makes Motegi so exciting. Drivers scream down the back stretch at close to 190 mph before having to decelerate quickly and find the exact moment to get back on the power. Too early the car will push towards the wall or into a competitor, too late and a great deal of momentum can be lost along with several positions. Hit the apex and the throttle at the right moment and it results in fast lap times and addition speed to overtake down the front stretch into Turn 1.
The cars and stars of the Lionheart Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel return to action this Thursday, August 6 2020 Live on the iRacing eSports Network. Race coverage will begin at 9:35 PM CST courtesy of the Global Sim Racing Channel.
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With eight rounds complete the Retro Series presented by the DMLC Racing Channel sets its sights on Sonoma Raceway. Featuring 12 turns and multiple elevation changes Sonoma Raceway has everything needed to test the driver’s abilities and produce some fantastic racing.
Last season saw Sage Karam dominate the event setting the qualifying and race lap records en route to a victory over Alex Saunders by 8.736 seconds. Heading into the Round 9 event Karam sits just 9 points back from defending series champion Ryan Otis. Reports from the paddock suggest that Karam may be unable to attend the event which would give Otis an opportunity should he finish well to further stretch the points lead over Karam.
Newcomer to the series Mike Rasimas continues to impress having reached the podium twice during Lionheart’s “Month of June” at Indy. The NY driver scored 3rd place finishes at the Indy GP and Indy 250.
With the talent that Rasimas has shown so far there is no doubt that he will be contending for wins before the season is complete.
Matt Taylor new to Lionheart will be making his Retro Series debut at Sonoma. Taylor has shown a lot of pace on the road courses but admittedly is still working on perfecting his craft on ovals. Taylor will also be competing in the upcoming HyperX Summer Series featuring the Ford GTE. With the continuing tradition of adding strong drivers it will be interesting to see how the competition shakes up with another road ringer in the field.
Sonoma Raceway will also be the last road course the series will see for several weeks as the Retro Series will shift its focus back to oval racing with a visit to 5 unique ovals. With the unpredictability of oval racing this really puts additional pressure for drivers to score points at Sonoma.
The HyperX Grand Prix of Sonoma will take place on Thursday, July 30th 2020. Live race coverage will be streamed on the iRacing eSports network courtesy of the Global Sim Racing Channel.
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