Four International Road Courses Join iRacing Base Package for 2024 Season 2

As part of iRacing’s continued commitment to improve its user experience, four road courses from around the world—Circuit de Lédenon, Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, Snetterton Circuit, and Winton Motor Raceway—will be added to the iRacing base package for 2024 Season 2. Starting with the new season release, these tracks will be available for free to all iRacing users with an active subscription for use in all modes of play.

The iRacing base package includes more than 20 free cars and tracks across all license classes and types of racing. Notable tracks that are already included as base content include Charlotte Motor Speedway, Lime Rock Park, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Tsukuba Circuit, and dozens of others. Whether you want to hone your road racing skills in open-wheel or GT cars, trade paint in stock cars, or even sling dirt on ovals and off-road tracks alike, each subscription comes with a little something for everybody!

The four tracks that will join the iRacing base package for 2024 Season 2 give first-time iRacers from around the world a more diverse international track experience. They include the first base package tracks in France and Germany, as well as additional base tracks in the UK and Australia. Get to know them below:

Circuit de Lédenon

Breaking ground in 1970 and opening three years later, Circuit de Lédenon is one of France’s most unique and challenging race circuits. Measuring in at 1.958 miles (3.151 km), the track manages to pack 13 varied corners and plenty of altitude changes into a relatively small space. It also differs from most other major tracks in France in that it runs counterclockwise. The track had played host to French Formula 4 regularly since 2011, and also hosts national GT races.

Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

Germany’s Motorsport Arena Oschersleben became the fourth permanent racing facility to open in Germany when its doors first opened in 1997. A longtime host of FIA GT, DTM, and international touring car events, it will welcome the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series for the first time in 2023, and currently serves as the host of the FIM Sidecar World Championship for motorcycles.

Snetterton Circuit

Located in Norfolk, UK, Snetterton Circuit was first opened in 1951. Built on a former WWII RAF airfield, the original circuit was constructed on the old runways and taxi ways left but the track has undergone many renovations and upgrade with the most significant changes having been completed in 2011.

Winton Motor Raceway

Opened in 1961, Winton Motor Raceway has earned the nickname of “Australia’s Action Track” for six decades of intense and exciting competition. What is now known as its Club Circuit, a 2.028-kilometer (1.260-mile), 10-turn layout, has been described as “like running a marathon around your clothesline” by Australian motorsport legend Dick Johnson. In 1985, the track first welcomed the Australian Touring Car Championship for the Winton Super Sprint, and has been a frequent stop for the country’s premier tin-top series in its various forms. In 1997, the track received an extension to 1.864 miles, creating the National Circuit.