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Is there a minimum guarantee or a warranty that the content will be available for racing for a certain amount of time?
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No, because we hope never to lose a property, we do not want to send out that sort of message. However, if we ever lose an official license to a property, we would certainly be fair to customers who did not get a good value from that property. For example if the consumer did not get a significant amount of time with a property we would consider issuing iRacing credit to purchase a new property depending on how many years they had it. We would consider 4 or 5 years to be a very good value and significant amount of time for each property to race. Again remember if we lost a property it would still be available to you to test and time trial.
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