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iRacing.com – Mid Ohio & Ford Mustang Available for Pre-Order

iRacing.com – Mid Ohio & Ford Mustang Available for Pre-Order

Two important upcoming additions to iRacing’s line of road racing content are now available for pre-order as iRacing has launched an interesting deal for subscribers interested in both content items.

Subscribers that pre-order both the Mustang ($11.95) and the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course ($14.95) before June 10th will receive $6 of iRacing credit that can be spend on additional content items or subscription extension. First previews of the car & track can be checked out here and here.

Opened in 1962, the 3.8 kilometer Mid Ohio Sports Car Course has seen its share of sports car history, hosting notable Group C, Camel GT, Grand Am and American Le Mans Series races just to name a few. Even open wheelers are no strangers to the track as the CART championship and the IRL have hosted races at Mid-Ohio.

Powered by a 4.6l V8-engine putting out 325hp, the Ford Mustang FR500S is an assembly-line produced racing vehicle that is eligible in various series aimed at privateer drivers, including the Ford Racing Mustang Challenge for the Miller Cup which is sanctioned by the Grand American Road Racing Association.

  • eddiespag

    😉 Well thank you. I’ve just preordered these two. I’ve been slowly building my iRacing car garage and track vault over the last year (grouping the purchases to qualify for the 20% discount; a most economical way of acquiring content). I continue to purchase, in an ever escalating way, because John Henry’s boys (and gals) keep blowing my mind with the constant, or should I say consistent, updates every three months or so. Each one is more amazing and immersive than the previous. The hotlapping is so crazy immersive. When I drive, I get so focused that I struggle to keep my ‘cool’ often times and thus lose track of time as well. I hope to someday get into a more committed mode to enjoy iRacing’s various graduated licensing levels and varying race series. This service, or should I say motorsport of sim racing, is just so, so deep.

    Because I have tons of what rFactor has to offer (all of the top mods and 90% of all quality tracks in existence), the same with GTR2, GTREVO, and netKar Pro, I am not an iRacing ‘fanboy’. I am just giving an honest and experienced assesment. It’s just that what iRacing is doing is beyond the scope of anything out there in existence in simulated racing; from the accurate tracks, car physics, wheel force feedback, constant diligent work behind the scenes (which includes working hand in hand with many motorsports sactioning bodies and teams), and tireless efforts to improve and modernize (including evolving technology) that leads to subscribers recieving the regular updates …the ‘fruits of labor’. One more thing. To the iRacing Customer Support department: you have always been there to resolve any questions, issues and needs that I have had (all of which I can count on three fingers). Thank you.

    Our sim racing community’s future is bright indeed!

  • Jayforce

    Awesome post Eddie and I have to agree with all that you have pointed out, except for the support, I have never had an issue with iRacing that took me more than 5 mins to sort out by myself. All up I am one very happy iRacing customer and really looking forward to Mid Ohio and the Mustang 😎

  • Jack B

    Yeah, I’ve built up my iRacing vault to, so even buying all the tracks and cars they produce now it’s only on average maybe an additional $10 a month to the $7 or so I pay for the sub.

    I’m getting Mid-Ohio, because I love that track. I have no idea if I’ll do much with the mustang, but I get $6 back for purchasing them together, so the $12 Mustang costs $6. $6 for a Mustang. Sure why not. Could be fun. :weird:

    Oh and I forgot I think I have $16 in iRacing credits. $10 for a friend signing up with my email and another $6 for participation credits from last season.

    What I’m really excited for is the Williams F1 car… And the Ford GT…

  • Jack B

    Jack B: Yeah, I’ve built up my iRacing vault too, so even buying all the tracks and cars they produce now it’s only on average maybe an additional $10 a month to the $7 or so I pay for the sub.I’m getting Mid-Ohio, because I love that track.I have no idea if I’ll do much with the mustang, but I get $6 back for purchasing them together, so the $12 Mustang costs $6.$6 for a Mustang.Sure why not.Could be fun.

    Oh and I forgot I think I have $16 in iRacing credits. $10 for a friend signing up with my email and another $6 for participation credits from last season.
    What I’m really excited for is the Williams F1 car…And the Ford GT…

  • NombreyApellido

    The only time I had to contact support was in order to get my member name corrected. I was given a case number, and Susan took care of it in less than two hours. Very professional in every sense.

    iRacing runs perfectly from day one here.

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