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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. Load Custom Setups onto your Racecar! Sometime during your iRacing career, you may want to load and share racecar setups. Most racecars outside the rookie classes benefit from a setup. Thus, learning this process will make you a faster driver and help you get more out of your iRacing exp... Read More
  3. Using Lap Time, Split Time & Black Box Info This How-To video will cover our very useful Lap Times feature. Using this feature will help you become a faster iRacer! Also covered are the black information boxes that allow you to do some basic adjustments while you are racing in-sim. Enjoy the v... Read More
  4. Keyboard Shortcuts In addition to the list below we have printable guides available here http://www.iracing.com/keyboard-shortcuts/   Next Black Box   Previous Bl... 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. 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
  7. 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
  8. What do I need to get promoted to the next License Class? Rookie:  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 minimum... Read More
  9. What is the difference between Testing, Practice, Qualifying and Time Trials? Testing Testing is done alone, with no official scoring of times. Laps are timed within the simulation, but the results of testing are unofficial and are not saved or published to the website as other results are. Incidents do not count against yo... Read More
  10. Once I progress from one License level to another, can I be demoted to a lower License level? Yes, it is possible to be demoted to your previous license level.  Like Fast Track promotions, demotions can occur during the season or at the end of a season.  During the Season: If any driver's Safety Rating falls be... Read More
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