The season 2 build comes with a full set of new content
Packed full of cars and tracks and so much more, the Season 2 2018 build is sure to please iRacers no matter your preferred style of racing.
Here are a few highlights:
Three new cars have joined iRacing – the brand new Dallara IR18 IndyCar, the Audi R18 LMP1 and the Porsche 919 LMP1.
Two new dirt tracks are included in the build – The Dirt Track at Charlotte and Limaland Motorsports Park.
One new Global Rallycross track is available – it is integrated into Sonoma Raceway and is included in this track package.
The long awaited update to Pocono Raceway is now available as well. If you already own the ‘old’ version of Pocono you will receive the new one for free.
You can purchase any of the new content from the Store section of the member site.
Additional updates in the build include Rallycross race control updates, dirt oval cushion modeling improvements, hand-over-hand animation in all cars and much more.
Check out the new content in the announcement videos below.
What”s not included in this release is iRacing’s latest dirt track scan. During the 2018 Chili Bowl Nationals, iRacing was there. That data is being created. the iRacing Chili Bowl Nationals track will launch in a future build.
Charlotte Motor Speedway:
A 4/10 mile dirt track located across the street from its big sister – the Charlotte Motor Speedway, the Dirt Track at Charlotte was built in 2000 and hosts many weekly dirt series throughout the year. UMP Modifieds Dirt Late Models and Sprint cars. The World of Outlaws dirt series have held their finals at the Dirt Track at Charlotte as well.
Featuring both day and night versions of the track, the Dirt Track at Charlotte will be a fixture on many of the dirt iRacing series.
Limaland Motorsports Park:
One of Ohio’s favorite dirt tracks, Limaland Motorsports Park is known to locals as Northwest Ohio’s Quarter Mile of Thunder. The track is owned and operated by the University of Northern Ohio (UNOH) and host Friday night racing throughout the racing season. This offers the university students a unique opportunity to compete in professional level racing while attending school.
Limaland was one of the first dirt tracks iRacing scanned and the track provided invaluable assistance in the overall development of dirt oval racing to iRacing. In addition to our laser scan team visiting the track, iRacing engineering also made the trip to experience first-hand the intricacies of a dynamic dirt track surface.
Originally opened in 1935, Limaland Motorsports Park hosts a variety of dirt classes on a weekly basis included including UMP Modifieds.
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