Ray Alfalla


Ray Alfalla
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Information
Birthdate 1 July 1989
Country Us.png USA
Team Slip Angle Motorsports
Virtual Racing School
Simulations iRacing
Series eNASCAR iRacing WCS
Links
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Team history
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01/2019 - 12/2019
01/2020 - Present


Biography

On August 16, 1995, at 6 years old, Ray Alfalla moved from Matanzas, Cuba to the United States with his parents. When he first started watching motorsports on television, it didn't take long for him to attend his first race and become passionate about the world of motorsport.


Through the years, Alfalla always had the desire to get behind the wheel of a real racecar. However, like most motorsport enthusiasts, didn't have the financial backing to fulfill his dream.


To fill the void, Alfalla turned to online racing in 2003. He quickly proved to be a very skilled virtual racer utilizing NASCAR Racing 2003 by Papyrus. He has many accomplishments1, but one of the finer moments includes a championship in Dale Earnhardt Jr's invite only virtual league - DMP. Many NASCAR drivers, including Dale Jr, Brad Keselowski, Martin Truex Jr, Denny Hamlin and others raced in this series for numerous years.


In 2008, the iRacing Motorsport Simulator was released to the public. As the simulator really started to gain popularity, the need for a World Championship grew. In 2010, the top 50 drivers within the oval racing service were selected to compete for $10,000 and the title of the NASCAR iRacing Series World Championship (NiSWC).


Ray didn't have the inaugural season he could have hoped for in the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series, finishing with one win and eighth in the overall standings. However, 2011 and 2012 would result in a combined eight wins in 35 starts (the most of any driver) and two consecutive World Championships to his name. In 2016, he won his third World Championship, setting new single season records for top 5's, top 10's, and average finish. Then, in 2018, he won his fourth NASCAR iRacing World Championship.


Alfalla currently competes in the NASCAR iRacing Coca-Cola Series sponsored by Virtual Racing School and supported by Slip Angle Motorsports. He is a four-time world champion and has earned over $52,500 USD during his career on iRacing; currently fourth all-time.


Link to the accomplishments or supporting documentation.

Career results

iRacing.com World Championship Grand Prix Series

(key) (results in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Season Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Pos Points
2010 Privateer 15 32 DNQ 11 DNQ 34 17 25 10 17 34 11 24 20 7 8 8 15th 730
2011 Privateer 29 5 5 11 10 7 32 7 31 11 17 25 30 (34) 16 24 (34) 31 15th 213
2012 Privateer DNQ 56th 0

eNASCAR iRacing World Championship Series

(key) (results in bold indicate pole position; * indicates most lead laps)

Season Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Pos Points
2010 22 (32) 32 1 8 6 3 11 9 8 (35) 21 8 7 14* 24 5 5 8th 2171
2011 Jr Motorsports 1 7 4 9 23 1* 11 3 2 (40) 4 2 12 5 2 1 (27) 2 1st 635
2012 Jr Motorsports 19 4 1* 8 1 30* 1* 2 8 3 5 1* 2 (43) 2 1* 5 1st 643
2013 Drill Aisle (42) 3 36 2 5 2 17 1* 3 20 2* 3 1* 5 5 22 24 14 2nd 606
2014 Slip Angle Motorsports (21) 20 3 16 3 18 19 10 4* 15 1* 3 3 3 1 4 2nd 554
2015 Slip Angle Motorsports 1 27 4 3 3 7 27 13 (33) 4 28* 6 1* 2* 1* 1 2nd 558
2016 Slip Angle Motorsports (8) 2 3 1* 2* 3 2 3 2* 4 3* 6 1* 14 2 2* 1st 634
2017 Slip Angle Motorsports 5 4 7 18 2 1 1* 26 23 3 28 1* 11 30 4th 3014
2018 Slip Angle Motorsports 8 6 3 2 1 2 12 6 24 (34) 3 3 7 2 20 4 12 1 1st 3044
2019 Wood Brothers Racing 19 34 7 11 20 32 9 34 38 15 38 12 5* 6 36 15 33 7 21st 372
2020 Virtual Racing School 7 11 24 15 30 25 15 1* 3* 8 3 24 35 17 9 12 24 7 35 15 8th 2087