Clint Bowyer Racing debuts all new matte white dirt late model – New white iRacing dirtcar by Club 29 Chassis
It’s simply the best looking car in the pit lane. Period.
The new iRacing racecar made it’s debut last night. It surfaced at Tri-City Speedway for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event.
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I’ve seen a lot of matte cars. They all look great. Every time. But why?
Matte is special because it doesn’t reflect. Alternatively, Shiny cars pick up the colors around it, including light and surrounding objects.
If a shiny white car is racing on a dirt surface, the brown dirt surface will be reflected into the shiny white. That essentially dims the true color. Basically the reflection would make it appear less white.
Alternatively, matte doesn’t reflect or pick up colors from it’s surrounding, it’s as true white as you can get. It’s striking. That’s exactly what you get with Darrell Lanigan’s new matte wrap.
I’ve seen a matte white F1 car via the Williams F1 Team. However, I’ve never seen a matte white dirt late model. It took me by surprise.
Excitedly, I had questions. So, I asked the driver…
Is it a totally new car or just a new skin?
Darrell Lanigan states, “It’s a new car. Everything on it”
He continued, “They’ve been wanting to do a white car for awhile.” Who’s they? “Clint and Casey”
What do you think about it?
Darrell Lanigan gives his thoughts on the new Clint Bowyer Racing wrap, “Oh, it’s different. I mean it looks good.”
Did you change a lot of things on the car?
Darrell Lanigan explains, “It’s a little bit different that we came out with. Jackson’s got another one just like it. We’re just trying some stuff to get a little bit better.
Apparently, it’s not just a new look at all. It’s a completely new version of the Club 29 chassis.
The new scheme is complete reverse of the old iRacing dirt late model. The previous version was shiny black (pictured here).
The all-new white iRacing dirtcar features the same scheme design scheme. The base color has simply been reversed.
Darrell Lanigan was running near the top 5 at Tri-City Speedway last night. However, the #14 suffered from mechanical issues late.
Unfortunately, the matte white dirt late model ended it’s debut early. Those kinds of things are generally expected anytime you roll out a brand new car. The bugs still need to be worked out.
Author: Shane Walters
Matte White Dirt Late Model Photos
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