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iRacing News And Guides - Monday, 12 November 2018 03:01

iRacing Team Driving Guide

I have put together this guide to help people that are new to iRacing Team Racing get to grips with the various features of how the team racing works within iRacing.

I put together this guide to help users edit the iRacing Camera's and User Interface (UI) to help take better screenshots or to add more realism to the iRacing replay experience.

iRacing News And Guides - Friday, 02 November 2018 09:04

iRacing FOV Calculators

iRacing FOV Calc Sample

Calculating the correct FOV in iRacing is not only important for immersion but also important for setting up your single monitor or multi-monitor setup to correctly display the track your racing on correctly. On a multi-monitor setup the FOV should represent a true 1:1 image of what you are seeing. This will help a lot with car placement especially on tracks where it can be hard to pick up apexes (COTA I am looking at you)

The Logitech G27 steering wheel is still one of the most popular sim steering wheels products being used with iRacing today. There have been quite a few changes to the iRacing Force Feedback settings over the years since the G27's launch and if you haven't had a look at changing the force feedback settings now would be a good time.

With the plethora of racing sim titles out in the market today force feedback or ffb seems to be one of the most contentious issues with various sims having different kinds of luck of replicating the feel of racing on the road.

iRacing’s force feedback settings is no different with some racers experiencing good levels of feedback while others are struggling with inferior levels of feedback.  With this guide, I am going to pull the knowledge from the iracing forums where force feedback and sim steering wheels, in particular, are being discussed and present it in a way in which you the racer can happily go into the iRacing sim and set up your force feedback and have an improved experience.

Release Notes for 2017 Season 4 [2017.09.05.01]

This season release features a wide array of new content including a pair of cars, a pair of tracks, and a hearty dose of updates all around.

iSpeed is a free virtual dash and telemetry logging system for iRacing.  At its core you can simply just use it as a virtual dash like dashmeterPro or for telemetry logging and comparison just as you would with the virtual racing school software.

iRacing Setups

Depending on the series or league your involved in the iRacing setups could either be fixed (everyone uses the same iRacing setup) or open (everyone can run a custom iRacing setup).  Depending on the car there might be minimal things that you can change like on the skip barber or there could be lots of things to change if your racing the F1 car.  The baseline setup that iRacing provides for each car and track combination is a great place to start modifying your setup.

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