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Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe coming to iRacing

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Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe coming to iRacing announced that the legendary Circuit de la Sarthe will become part of the iRacing online racing simulation platform and that development is already underway.

The world most famous online motorsports simulation service signed an agreement with the Automobile Club de l’Ouest to develop a digital version of the most famous racing track in the world. Just before the 83rd running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans,  a team of iRacing laser scanning technicians, photographers, and artists visited the completed the Circuit de la Sarthe and successfully completed their data-gathering sessions.

It is reported that the iRacing development team has already started work on the laser scanned virtual Le Mans version.

“It’s an honor to add Le Mans to the iRacing service,” said Steve Myers, Executive Vice President and Executive Producer at  “While we already offer many of the world’s most iconic race tracks, no sim racing service is complete without Le Mans.   Recently, iRacing introduced a first-of-its-kind team and endurance racing feature adding to the world’s most realistic and complete sim racing service.  Le Mans will be a perfect marriage with this new endurance racing feature along with some of the world’s finest prototypes and GTs.   So it’s fitting the more than 60,000 iRacers around the world will have the chance to race from the Dunlop Curve to Tertre Rouge and Mulsanne through to Indianapolis and Arnage, the Porsche Curves and Ford Chicane.”

“Being at Le Mans for the first time, it was amazing to soak-up atmosphere of the 24 Hours,” said Greg Hill, Vice President of Art and Production at  “The presence of history here is palpable; names like Nuvolari, Trintingant, Gurney, Foyt, Ickx, Kristensen; Ferrari, Bentley, Aston Martin, Ford, Corvette, BMW, Mazda, Jaguar, Matra, Audi, Peugeot, Porsche . . .  To play a part in bringing this to iRacers, many of whom will never have the chance to come to Le Mans in person?  What a thrill!”

“The Automobile Club de l’Ouest is excited to join with in bringing the tradition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans to sim racers around the world,” says Fabrice Bourrigaud, Director of Le Mans Spirit at the ACO .  “Since 1923, Le Mans has been synonymous with extraordinary competition as well as with advances in motorsports technology.  As Le Mans prepares to embark on our second century of racing, we are thrilled to partner with in our embrace of this remarkable new form of motorsports known as sim-racing.”

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