The highly anticipated iRacing 2022 Season 3 build is here. This update brings a range of exciting new cars, tracks, artificial intelligence content, and features that are sure to enhance the overall iRacing experience. Be sure not to miss out on this latest release and take a look at the list of highlights below.
Mercedes-AMG GT3 2020 and GT4
iRacing’s Mercedes-AMG GT3 2020 and GT4 are highly detailed and accurate digital representations of the real-world race cars. These vehicles are available on the iRacing platform and can be used in a variety of series and special events. The Mercedes-AMG GT3 is a top-level GT race car that has been successful in various motorsports competitions around the world, while the GT4 is a more entry-level version of the GT3 that is designed for amateur and semi-professional drivers. Both the GT3 and GT4 feature advanced aerodynamics and powerful engines, making them formidable contenders on the virtual track.
The Radical SR10 is a digital race car available on the iRacing platform. It is a highly detailed and accurate representation of the real-world Radical SR10 sports car, which is known for its impressive performance and handling. The virtual version of the Radical SR10 features a mid-engine layout and aerodynamic bodywork that helps it achieve impressive speeds on the track. It is a popular choice among iRacing users and can be found in a variety of series on the platform. Whether you’re a seasoned iRacer or a newcomer to the virtual racing world, the Radical SR10 is sure to provide a thrilling and challenging experience.
Fuji Speedway is a motorsports facility located in Oyama, Shizuoka, Japan. It is home to a number of major racing events, including the Super GT series and the Fuji 500 Mile race. The track is known for its challenging layout, which includes a mix of high-speed straights and technical turns. It has a seating capacity of over 100,000 and is a popular destination for both motorsports fans and drivers. In the virtual world, Fuji Speedway is available on the iRacing platform as a highly detailed and accurate digital representation of the real-world track. It offers a unique and challenging racing experience for iRacing users and can be found in a variety of series.
Sandown International Raceway
Located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, it is home to a number of major racing events, including the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship and the Sandown 500. The track features a challenging layout with a mix of high-speed straights and technical turns. It has a seating capacity of over 50,000 and is a popular destination for both motorsports fans and drivers. In iRacing, Sandown International Raceway is a highly detailed and accurate digital representation of the real-world track. It offers a unique and challenging racing experience for iRacing users and can be found in a variety of series.
Port Royal Speedway
Port Royal Speedway is a dirt track located in Port Royal, Pennsylvania, United States. It is known for hosting a number of major dirt racing events, including the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars series and the Port Royal Speedway Open. The track features a challenging layout with high-banked turns and long straights. It has a seating capacity of over 8,000 and is a popular destination for both motorsports fans and drivers. In the virtual world, Port Royal Speedway is now available and is a highly detailed and accurate digital representation of the real-world track. It offers a unique and challenging racing experience for iRacers and can be found in a variety of dirt racing series.
New Damage Model
The NASCAR Cup Series Next Gen cars, Mercedes-AMG GT4, and Radical SR10 will all feature the new damage model (NDM). This update will allow for more realistic and immersive racing experiences on the iRacing platform, as the NDM will simulate the impact of various types of damage on the performance and handling of the vehicles. This is sure to be a welcome addition for iRacing users and will enhance the overall racing experience on the platform.
iRacing has made a number of improvements to its user interface (UI). These updates include an updated dashboard, new “Quick Join” options for races and test drives, guided tours, and the ability to create custom car classes. These changes are designed to make it easier for users to navigate the iRacing platform and get the most out of their experience. Whether you’re a seasoned iRacer or new to the platform, these UI updates are sure to make your time on iRacing more enjoyable and efficient.
In addition to the Mercedes-AMG GT cars, Fuji, and Sandown tracks, the 2022 Season 3 update for iRacing also brings a number of new options for users of the platform’s artificial intelligence (AI) feature. These options include the Stock Car Brasil Chevrolet Cruze and Toyota Corolla, NASCAR Whelen Tour and SK Modifieds, ARCA Menards Series Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Late Model, and Stafford Motor Speedway. These additions will provide even more variety and challenge for users of the iRacing AI feature, allowing them to race against realistic and competitive digital opponents on a wide range of tracks.