Detailed breakdowns for every iRacing special event – plus find and share setups, telemetry, tips/tricks, and more.
Hone your racecraft with tips/tricks or coaching from our Team Region Racecraft eSports drivers
In 2022, simulator seat time is an extremely valuable and necessary part of an effective race training regimen. What the simulator lacks in feedback and car connection (akin to batting with “weights” in baseball), it makes up for in strides in training racecraft, racing lines, and track vision – without the pit fees and race insurance.
*iRacing is currently available on PC only and requires an up-to-date PC to run
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Our simulator of choice is iRacing, and the reasons are simple – iRacing achieves the most authentic motorsport experience as a whole.
iRacing features one of the top physics engines available, laser-scanned real-world tracks, detailed 3D models, responsive force feedback, and the most robust licensing/safety rating system of any racing sim to date.
We find that it translates very easily to the real-world track, above all other simulators on the market.
2. Purchase a subscription to the iRacing service on the iRacing website. iRacing uses a subscription model, to ensure quality of racing.
3. All subscriptions include: 16 cars and 22 tracks, iRacing’s full premium service, and all the racing you want 24/7. Additional cars and tracks can be purchased separately for a one-time fee of $11.95 for cars and either $11.95 or $14.95 for tracks (depending on the track).
4. Download and install the iRacing client. iRacing is currently available on PC only and requires an up-to-date PC to run.
5. Join our iRacing Discord and start working on getting your licenses!
Sim racing has been around for years and was originally considered a “novelty” that existed fully in the realm of gaming.
As simulator technology progressed, and even more recently due to the international COVID-19 pandemic (which saw professional motorsport outfits such as F1, NASCAR, INDYCAR, IMSA, and WEC switch completely to virtual racing on simulators), sim racing has seen an explosion in popularity on the international scale.
Now in 2022, we’ve seen many success stories of racers graduating from simulators to a real-life racing career. Even Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen competes in a full sim racing season professionally.
Regardless of how you feel about simulators, we at RR have learned one thing above all else – with the right group of racers, the cars may be simulated, but the racing is very, very real.