iRacing.com has released the new build of their online racing simulation, adding various improvements to the system.
Alongside the many improvements and fixes, two important new content items are available for purchase now. The choice of cars is enriched by the much anticipated Lotus 79, the historic Formula One car sells for 15 dollars. The track lineup features a new NASCAR oval as the Chicagoland Speedway can be downloaded for $20. Furthermore, the new build includes a content freebie for all subscribers as a new testing skidpad called Centripetal Circuit is now available.
Existing iRacing subscribers can download the new build by loging into their iRacing account, the member website has been heavily revamped too. Those who aren’t part of iRacing yet can check out some previews below, showing the new Lotus 79 at Chicagoland and Lime Rock.