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Old 01-23-2010, 01:11 PM   #1
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iRacing Anyone?

Anyone on this forum plays iRacing? It's like the best PC racing simulator out there now. Tracks are all laser scanned, and the physics model is amazing. I haven't played Forza or GT5, but I believe the physics modeling in this game are much better from what I read.

The selection of cars isn't great, definitely not like what Forza or GT5 offers, but it's still fun.

They have a huge selection of US tracks like Sebring, VIR, Road Atlanta, Summit Hill, Lime Rock, Daytona, Indianapolis, and even our home town track Mosport!

For those who like to do all out drifting, it's a bit harder on this game because the steering angle is fixed at about 20 degrees.

My only beef about this game is the monthly fee, pay for additional cars and tracks.

One of my fav. tracks, but not of me driving:

-=Slow In Fast Out=-
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