iRacing USAC Sprint Cars Coming April 24
A month ago, iRacing released their first Dirt related content for their Online racing simulator. Now they have announced a new partnership with the United States Auto Club (USAC) as the famed sanctioning body’s premier online motorsports simulation partner.
This agreement will lead to the release of the 410 and 360 non-winged USAC Sprint Cars as raced in the popular AMSOIL USAC National Sprint Car Championship. If all goes as planned, the new content should become available on April 24th.
Furthermore, Steve Myers also confirmed that Kokomo, Belleville, and the Knoxville Raceway dirt tracks will be coming to the iRacing service in the near future.
We’re excited to partner with USAC in creating official iRacing series for our 410 and 360 non-winged sprint cars,” says Steve Myers, Executive Vice President and Executive Producer for iRacing.com.
The AMSOIL USAC National Sprint Car Championship is rightly known for some of the most competitive racing to be found on dirt – or any surface for that matter. I’m sure sim racers everywhere will be eager to sling some dirt in iRacing’s non-wing USAC sprint cars.
The United States Auto Club (USAC) is one of the sanctioning bodies of auto racing in the United States. From 1956 to 1979, USAC sanctioned the United States National Championship, and from 1956 to 1997 the organization sanctioned the Indianapolis 500.
Today, USAC serves as the sanctioning body for a number of racing series, including the Silver Crown Series, National Sprint Car Series, National Midget Series, HPD Midget Series, .25 Midget Series, and Traxxas TORC Series.
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