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iRacing is an advanced simulator that laser scans the tracks to the perfect detail. It features a ranking system that ends with the Porsche Esports Supercup Series for road and the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series for Oval which the latter being officially sanctioned by NASCAR. The new Porsche Esports Supercup series replaces the World Championship Grand Prix series. It now features World of Outlaws Sprint Cars, World of Outlaws Late Models, and the iRacing Rallycross World Championship as well. The pros use it such as Dale Earnhardt J.R., A.J. Allmendinger, Kyle Larson, and Alex Gurney. Also, it is available to the public and features over 220,000 members from over 155 nations, a total of 147 Different cars and a total of 145 Different tracks with a total of 343 total configurations. The cost of all the content is $2,667.70 USD as of June 6th, 2022. It was designed by Dave Kaemmer, the same guy who also designed NASCAR Racing 2003 Season, Grand Prix Legends, and Indy 500: The Simulation.

Link to Website: iRacing.com


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