This Week Inside Sim Racing – February 20

The guys over at  InsideSimRacing.tv have released the newest edition of their This Week Inside Sim Racing show, recapping some of the stuff that’s been going on in the virtual racing world.

This week’s edition is packed with content as the guys are adding two new cars to their Top Simulation Cars of all Time list, recap the iRacing Daytona 2.4 hour race and show off a new Sim Rig of the Week. Enjoy the show!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Jim.Cassi Jim Slimjim Cassi

    Sorry but this seem a bit childish, but all i was waiting for was Jessica’s button’s to explode.
    she needs to wear that shirt all the time.. 
    Thanks Jess.

    • Anonymous

      I only watch it when Je-lo is in the show.

  • Anonymous

    Good ep.  Looking fwd to the sim-rig building episides.  Its nice to see big companies getting behind sim racing events too. iRacing seems to really tick all the boxes for serious sim-racing.  I must get back on it again.

  • Tripp Team

    I like this before iracing get involved and take over the show where is all other games hardware all that was new intresting stuff when inside simracing started sad to see that is just do commercials then let us have new stuff it is now even more boring then see all stuff virtual.net update every week so we got a plase to see simgames uppdates 

    • Ricoo

       That’s not true TWISR is not only about iRacing, for instance in this show they talk about Ferrari Virtual Academy and GT5. They recently did a review about Forza 4.

      They need sponsors but that’s not why they don’t talk honestly about other sims.

      (Bakkster I hope you like this post lol)

      • Anonymous

        Hey, someone took the hint ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/laurent.cortier Laurent Cortier

    Very nice move to make rig building tutorials !!!

    And at last an X-Sim rig reviewed… Henning put a lot of work in his great rig indeed !

  • Anonymous

    Its such a shame how i racing have structured there payments , with not only having to buy cars + tracks you also have to pay monthly to access the content , so you end up committing around £50 per race series only to find out there is a lack of players in your time zone or people don’t race that car ,

    Should you not pay the month fee you then lose all access to the content you have paid into. 

    • Anonymous

      You can check participation before buying cars, several good community sites to check that. If your account lapses, your content is all there when you decide to resubscribe.

      There is a charge to host races because they are hosted on iRacing servers, not on your local machine. You’re paying to rent the server.

      • Anonymous

        “You can check participation before buying cars, several good community sites to check that. If your account lapses, your content is all there when you decide to resubscribe”

        Yes you can check general participation but not for set times you will also see that for faster road cars there is a lack of racers , yet they still add content at a fee that servs only to fragment the small number of drivers they have.  also the design of there pricing only compounds the issue of lack of users.   

        “There is a charge to host races because they are hosted on iRacing servers, not on your local machine. You’re paying to rent the server”

        You are already paying a substantial monthly subscription they will already have bulk servers from there other operations the cost for them to host a single race is almost nothing but they charge quite a substantial fee for it. 

      • Anonymous

        I keep trying to post a link to the site with the participation for each series at each timezone, but it keeps disappearing. It’s in the membership numbers thread of the General O/T forum.

        The price for hosted has gone down to $1 for 2 hours, with a 25% discount if you host more than 4 in a month. They say the price is purely to cover their own costs for the servers.

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