It’s been quite a “dirty” year for the iRacing crew. 2017 started off with the announcement of dirt oval racing, and we learned over the summer that rallycross would also… Read More »
In a surprise move, iRacing released a new trailer announcing the addition of two LMP1 cars en route to the acclaimed racer. The trailer focuses on the motorsport rivalry of… Read More »
The iRacing crew has released the latest update for the long-running subscription service ahead of its fourth 2017 season. Leading the charge is the Ferrari 488 GT3. First teased last… Read More »
Earlier this year McLaren-Honda revealed its World’s Fastest Gamer eSports competition. WFG will find the ten fastest virtual racers, and the winner offered “the best job in eSports”, official sim… Read More »
William Byron has secured a drive with Hendrick Motorsports for the 2018 season. The news comes from an official report posted on the official NASCAR website. Byron is the latest… Read More »
iRacing continues to impress with a new track and two brand-new GTE class racing machines arriving in today’s latest build.
iRacing continues its expansion with the next discipline: rallycross.
iRacers will have two new cars to learn starting this Tuesday — just in time for the yearly in-game 24 Hours of Le Mans.
An historic short track is coming to the PC sim racer next month.
The controversial Blue Oval racer is heading to iRacing, as soon as next month.
The venerable PC sim racer gets a new game mode focusing on offline gameplay.
We’ve got our first look at this week’s filthy, filthy update.
Experience the new dirt content from the driver’s seat in this latest iRacing teaser clip.
The LMGTE class racer gets checked out by iRacing’s Executive Vice President.