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We normally only post sales and special offers at simMarket when people directly tell us about them, either by Press Release or because we get gently prodded by the staff over on that side of the operation. However there are almost always special offers and deals on, which can usually be found by either looking at the scroller on the top of the front page, or by clicking on “SALES” button in the top toolbar. Two going on at the moment which may be of interest are 50% off sales of both VirtualCol’s full range and Flysimware’s Beech 18 -…

Just a short update from Robert Graf this time on his progress through the iRacing DOM-GNL (German NASCAR League) series, driving his simFlight network liveried Chevy Impala. As previously discussed, this is Robert’s first full season in the championship after only running some of the races last time round, but that doesn’t mean he’s content to sit in the pack and just drive for tail-end of the order finishes while he builds up experience… Find out what he’s been up to by clicking “Read more”, below.

The DOM-GNL (German NASCAR League) simracing championship is still in swing, with Robert Graf’s simFlight liveried car still in the thick of it – as is usually the case with oval racing, sometimes more in the middle of the thick of it than others! Just to keep things interesting, one of the races reported in this group is Watkins Glen – yes, that’s right, if you know the track… It’s a previous host of the United States Formula 1 Grand Prix and proof that if you ask them nicely, Stock Cars do turn right, as well as left! Last time…

For one week, until 27th July 2012, all Virtavia products at simMarket are on a half price sale. Covering aircraft from the C-17 Globemaster down to the Rutan Long-Ez, Virtavia’s aircraft are available for FS9 and X, with many having versions for both sims. To check out the range and pick up a bargain, click here.

After a few setbacks, it seems that Robert Graf’s first full season in the iRacing DOM-GNL series with his simFlight liveried Chevy Impala might be turning around a little. At least the bodywork in this week’s image is intact and the right shape, which probably helped him reach the finishing position that he did! Robert’s race report from Pocono, which can be found by clicking the “Read More” link below, isn’t the only news from iRacing this week, however – the team have also published a new iRacingTV episode, showing what they are planning and is in development, as well…

We haven’t posted any of these for a while, for a variety of reasons, so it’s time for a bit of a catch up on Robert Graf’s first full season in iRacing’s DOM-GNL racing league. There are three race reports behind the cutline, covering the oval races at Darlington, Charlotte (Night) and Dover speedways. Click “Read more” below to see how Robert is getting on – other than the rearranged bodywork shown above, that is!

I have received a complaint! Well, two actually, but while neither of them were entirely correctly targetted, they both did highlight issues that are affecting the entire hobby and industry at present, with simFlight being no exception. There’s more ground to cover than ever before and we have fewer people able to do so than we had. To cut a long story short, we’re looking for at least one, possibly more than one, person to help write reviews and articles for simFlight’s International English Language site – the one you’re reading this on.

Following recent disappointment and exclusion from the race at Bristol, Robert Graf’s simFlight liveried virtual Chevy Impala has made it back into action in the Deutsche Online Meisterschaft/German NASCAR League of iRacing. In spite of a mid-field start, not only did Robert manage to advance through the pack for a much improved finishing position, he also managed a couple of other firsts and increased his series points tally nicely. Well done Robert! To read his race report, please click “Read more->” below.

Garry J Smith, on behalf of the Ford Tri-Motor Project, has announced a screenshot competition, open to users of Microsoft Flight Simulator 9/2004, with a top prize of US$100 from project sponsor Edward C. Moore. The rules are fairly simple, starting with the fact that the screenshot must be of a Ford liveried aircraft and taken at one of the Ford airfields made available by the team… But seeing as the entire project is freeware, that’s not going to cost you a lot to obtain if you haven’t already! Full details can be found on Garry’s announcement post, here. Good…

simMarket newsletter subscribers already received the important infos, but many other simFlight visitors would want to be aware of the following as well. You can make yours Hifi Tech ActiveSky 2012 with 30% price off until April 16th. Open the complete newsletter of the week here, subscriptions can be made from that page.

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