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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. Session Admin Chat Commands  Session admin commands must be entered in the iRacing.com simulator text chat window while the sim is loaded. In order for any session administrator command to be executed, the command must be followed by pressing the enter key.... Read More
  3. Steering Wheel Configuration & Calibration Your steering wheel needs glasses - A note on steering linearity. Recently there has been a lot of talk about steering linearity on the forums, so I was asked to write up some notes on what it is and why you should care.  Every one of our ... Read More
  4. 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
  5. iRacing Race Participation Credit program -- multiclass series and series with short schedules With the iRacing Race Participation Credit Program, it is important to note that the Race Participation Credits are awarded per series, so for multiclass series you cannot double-up on your Participation Credits by running both classes of cars, but y... Read More
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. What is a competition License? Each new driver will start with a Rookie License. The red license is for Road Racing and the blue for Oval Racing. Each level is associated with a different color stripe. Advancement only occurs at the end of a season and is based solely on you... Read More
  10. What are the Types of Official Sessions? Practice Practice sessions are unstructured practice time. Official lap times are recorded, but incidents do not affect your Safety Rating or License. Practice sessions are generally 30 minutes in length. Qualify Qualifying sessions de... Read More
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