After taking a season off, all the fantastic RRTV broadcasts of Season 12 of the Monday Night Lights series all in one place. What more could you ask for!?
A great way to end Season 7 of Monday Night Lights with a strong field taking on the challenging Sebring circuit.
Fantastic to see the series come down to the wire with Enzo Canta and Luke Whitten battling it out on track in attempt to outpoint the other both in the race and the championship itself. Check out the RRtv coverage below who once again brought great support and exposure to the series.
Congratulations to all the drivers for an awesome season of racing. The Monday Night Lights series is once again proving to be a great platform for the ANZ club members and beyond!
IRacing Chief Steward Nim Cross Jr. was my guest this episode. Nim was able to give an excellent overview of the process drivers will go through when they lodge a protest as well as some fantastic insights into the philosophies behind the system. It’s easy to tell that Nim is not only a fan of racing but is genuinely very passionate about what he does and really puts a lot of himself into his work in making the iRacing service and the experience of it better for us all. He was a wealth of information and insight and it was a pleasure to have him on the show.
Make sure you check out the video footage of Nim’s crack at The Top Split Hotlap Leaderboard which you can find here – LINKY
Another great turn out for round 8 of the Monday Night Lights with the series heading to Brazil for the affectionately named Interlagos track. A very popular track that brought out a great field and fantastic driving. The racing was hot up front and throughout as the drivers looked to take advantage of an unusually cool track and made the most of the great layout.
Check out the race replay below, brought to you again by RRtv and follow the official standings on the Monday Night Lights section of this website.
Round 7 of Monday Night lights was run at Donington Park on the National layout tonight. A track configuration that has proven quite popular with drivers over the past couple of seasons in the Skip Barber category. Another high Strength of Field saw a great standard of drivers line up for the race and the action on track was equally impressive.
The local Australia\New Zealand club drivers were well represented by the usual suspects and RRtv once again brought the action to the viewers at home. So check out the race replay below and follow the official standings on the Monday Night Lights section of this website.