This map above shows all the top nations in blue and the top non-nations in purple. The nations in orange are on the waiting list to become part of the top iRacing nations.
The non-nations in brown are on the waiting list to become part of the top iRacing non-nations. The nations in green are on a watch list and when they hit 50 iRacers, they will move to the waiting list.
Non-nations do not have a watch list since they have a small motorsport representation and belong to a UN nation member.
Nations and non-nations in gray (grey) are not on any waiting list or watch list due to their low iRacer counts but are still part of iRacing.
Top Nations: Reach 100 iRacers
Top Non-Nations: Reach 10 iRacers
Non-Nations Waiting List: Reach 5 iRacers
Nations Waiting List: Reach 50 iRacers
Nations Watch List: Reach 25 iRacers
Note: The regions are only for the top nations of iRacing since the top non-nations since they have a small motorsport representation and belong to a UN nation member. Also, there is a maximum of 10 regions that a top nation can obtain. Any nation past 200,000 (like the United States for example) will still have a maximum of 10 regions.
1 Region: Reach 100 iRacers
2 Regions: Reach 200 iRacers
3 Regions: Reach 600 iRacers
4 Regions: Reach 1,200 iRacers
5 Regions: Reach 2,500 iRacers
6 Regions: Reach 10,000 iRacers
7 Regions: Reach 25,000 iRacers
8 Regions: Reach 50,000 iRacers
9 Regions: Reach 100,000 iRacers
10 Regions: Reach 200,000 iRacers
The top nations and non-nations of iRacing are in 3 groups: Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary. The information below shows what is needed for a nation or non-nation to reach a primary, secondary, or tertiary group status.