A new build of iRacing’s online racing simulation is coming out in August and while most subscribers will be keen on getting their hands on the Lotus 79, the new build will offer plenty of other improvements.
Steve Myers gives us some clues on what to expect about the new build in his newest blog posting, revealing some interesting stuff. Apart from the first Formula One car in iRacing, the new build will bring Chicagoland Speedway, a free fictional testing track named Centripetal Circuit and plenty of other improvements that are mentioned in the posting:
- Lotus 79 (Class B)
- Chicagoland Speedway
- Centripetal Circuit (Free track for all subscribers)
- New website with widget-feature
- New and editable camera system
- Physic improvements for existing cars
Furthermore, the blog even includes info on what to expect of future builds, including a new tire model, night racing and private leagues. For more indepth info on the new build’s features, make sure to read Steve’s detailed blog post here.