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  1. Team Driving Team Driving:  We now have the ability to have multi-driver teams in iRacing!  Some official iRacing series and special events like the Daytona 24 and Nurburgring 24 will be set up for Team Driving, and will be so designated. These se... Read More
  2. Can I drive with a Mouse or Touch Screen? Yes, pointer devices such as a mouse or a touch screen can be used to drive on iRacing.  You driving experience may not be as enhanced as it would be with a Wheel and Pedal set however   After launching the simulator, click the calibra... Read More
  3. Can I use a Joystick with iRacing.com? Yes, any PC gamepad with analog sticks will work with iRacing. First you'll need to plug the controller in to your PC via USB or USB dongle + wireless, install the drivers if need be, and you're good to go. Then in iRacing you calibrate it... Read More
  4. Driver Aids Driver Aids - The Racing Line driver aid shows a colorized racing line around the track that is colored red for braking zones, through to green for acceleration zones. - Brake Assistance prevents you from locking up your brakes. - Throttle Assista... Read More
  5. Undocumented ("Hidden") Feature: Active Yaw Axis Cockpit View ("DriverRotateHead") Undocumented ("Hidden") Feature: DriverRotateHead There is a neat undocumented (or "hidden") feature called DriverRotateHead that can be enabled via the iRacing app.ini file which enables a "yaw" effect that helps you to visually observe the amount... Read More
  6. Viewing championship points: How to tell which races count for the week Viewing championship points: How to tell which races count for the week Race event points are scored in Official Series Races; the best 25% of a driver's race performance (based on points scored) in a given Race Week will be averaged to determi... Read More
  7. Undocumented ("Hidden") Feature: Active Roll Axis Cockpit View (DriverHeadHorizon) Undocumented ("Hidden") Feature:  Active Roll Axis Cockpit View (DriverHeadHorizon) There is a neat hidden feature called DriverHeadHorizon that can be enabled via the iRacing app.ini file which enables a "roll" effect that helps you to... Read More
  8. Practice heads-up racing It's one thing to be a fast driver, and to be able to race with others who are close to your skill level, but you have to look at it this way: In any race series, there's always someone who's the fastest, and there are always drive... Read More
  9. Developing your racecraft: Preparing to go the distance If it ever seems that your lap times during Practice, Test, Time Trial, and Qualifying sessions are fine, but your performance falls off dramatically during a race, you may want to remember that how you practice will affect how you race.  Even i... Read More
  10. Minimum Participation Requirements (MPR) Rookies:  Rookies are required to participate in at least four official Time Trial sessions OR two official Race Sessions during the current 12-week racing season in order to earn a Class D license (provided their safety record meets the ... Read More
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