iRacing – More Car User Manuals Available

iRacing Car User Manuals

iRacing has deployed the 2021 Season 1 build for the online racing service. This new update was one of the biggest builds yet, and contained a healthy number of new content and features.

The new build also introduced the first batch of iRacing Car User Manuals. These handy PDF documents explain the user how to get the most out of the featured iRacing cars in an informative and easy to read format.

More iRacing vehicles will be added regularly over time, so we will keep you posted when new additions arrive.

Associate Producer at iRacing, Greg West said: With the 2021 season upon us, iRacing is undertaking a new initiative to provide additional documentation to expand on the incredible amount of detail that goes into each of our vehicles. This has lead us to create our new User Manuals for vehicles. While the library is small initially, we plan to regularly make additions to the list and to backfill the catalog. Not only do they make for good reading, but our Art Team did a fantastic job on the aesthetic. These will be available in the subforums as well as on the documents page of the member site soon. However, I wanted to give everyone a chance to read through some of our cool new content.


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Northeast Dirt Modifieds (358 & 467)

Incredibly popular throughout the northeastern United States, and with additional rounds as far south as Florida and north as Canada, dirt modifieds are just as fun to drive as they are to watch. Incredibly passionate fans pack the stands as these beasts go wheel-to-wheel in one of the most unique cars to hit the dirt bullrings of North America.

One of dirt oval racing’s most beloved cars, the Super DIRTCar Series Big Block Modified produces a whopping 757 horsepower from its 467 CID naturally aspirated powerplant. The smaller engine and slightly lower weight of the 358 Modified makes this car a more approachable version to begin your mastery of dirt modifieds; nonetheless, with 510 horsepower at your fingertips, it still isn’t for the faint of heart. If you’re new to the discipline, honing your skills with the 358 will help you step up to the premier Big-Block Modified, and find the winner’s circle more quickly.

The following guide explains how to get the most out of your new car, from how to adjust its settings off of the track to what you’ll see inside of the cockpit while driving. We hope that you’ll find it useful in getting up to speed.

Dallara P217 LMP2

Dallara’s return to prototype racing for the first time since the original Audi R18 TDI, the P217 made its debut in 2017. The car competes in the LMP2 class in both the FIA World Endurance Championship and European Le Mans Series, while a Daytona Prototype International-spec version of the car races at the top level of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with Cadillac branding as part of a relationship with General Motors.

The LMP2 P217 is powered by a 4.2-liter Gibson V8, and features a six-speed sequential paddle shift transmission by Xtrac. Drivers who raced in the car in its 24 Hours of Le Mans debut included Formula 1 legend Rubens Barrichello, former Le Mans winner Jan Lammers, and IndyCar veteran Mikhail Aleshin. Other Formula 1 veterans who have driven the car at Le Mans include Felipe Nasr, Sergey Sirotkin, and Giedo van der Garde.

The following guide explains how to get the most out of your new car, from how to adjust its settings off of the track to what you’ll see inside of the cockpit while driving. We hope that you’ll find it useful in getting up to speed.

NASCAR Cup Series Cars (Class A)

The Generation 6 Sprint Cup Car embodies NASCAR’s “Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday” heritage. The latest entries into the NASCAR Cup Series include the Ford Mustang, Toyota Camry, and Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.

With 750 horsepower on tap and a minimum weight of 3200 pounds (with no less than 1600 pounds on the right side), close racing is sure to take place at high speeds, so safety is an important consideration as well. Thus the Gen6 cars incorporate forward roof band and center roof support reinforcing structural integrity, along with large roof flaps to reduce the likelihood of cars becoming airborne in crashes.

The following guide explains how to get the most out of your new car, from how to adjust its settings off the track to what you’ll see inside of the cockpit while driving. We hope that you’ll find it useful in getting up to speed.

The Dallara IR-01 is iRacing and Dallara’s answer to the challenges of premier international open-wheel motorsport. Designed to blend together the best elements of grand prix racing’s past, present, and future, this fast and agile machine is easy to pick up, but limited electronics and driver aids make it challenging to master.

The IR-01 is powered by a naturally aspirated, 3.0-liter V10 reminiscent of the engines that dominated the sport in the early and mid 1990s. Producing upwards of 900 horsepower at a dry weight of just 600 kilograms, the result is an aggressive car that races well in traffic and is a pure thrill ride to drive.

The following guide explains how to get the most out of your new car, from how to adjust its settings off of the track to what you’ll see inside of the cockpit while driving. We hope that you’ll find it useful in getting up to speed.

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