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What is an iRating?
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Your iRating is a measure of your skill as compared to other iRacing.com drivers. iRatings are used to ensure similarly skilled drivers compete against each other in official sessions and Race Series. In a nutshell, based on your iRating when you enter the race, and the strength of field for that race, if you finish below where we feel you should finish, your iRating will decrease and if you finish above where we feel you should finish, than your iRating will increase.
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