the grip level of every inch of the track will evolve dynamically based on the weather and the actions of the drivers, cars and tires – exactly like tracks in real world racing
Bedford, MA (PRWEB) September 10, 2015
iRacing.com has changed the racing game industry. Again. With this week's software release all of the more than 70 digital race circuits on the popular online motorsports simulation service now incorporate iRacing’s new dynamic race track feature. The surfaces of iRacing’s tracks now constantly evolve during the course of races based on factors like changing weather conditions and the amount of virtual rubber laid down by the competitors.
“Although iRacing has always had groundbreaking, accurate laser scanned tracks, they have not been living, breathing objects like ‘real world’ tracks. Those days are now gone,” says Steve Myers, Executive Vice President and Executive Producer at iRacing.com. “Now the racing groove you see on the track will be the actual virtual rubber that is on the racing surface. And as a race progresses, the grip level of every inch of the track will evolve dynamically based on the weather and the actions of the drivers, cars and tires – exactly like tracks in real world racing.”
Click here for a video on iRacing’s dynamic tracks and go to http://www.iRacing.com for a detailed explanation of iRacing’s latest game changer -- and to learn about our special summer discount on memberships.
The company was founded in 2004 by Dave Kaemmer and John Henry and subsequently released iRacing.com in August 2008. Kaemmer was co-founder of Papyrus Design Group, developers of award-winning racing simulations including “Grand Prix Legends” and NASCAR 2003.” Henry is principal owner of the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool Football Club, as well as co-owner of NASCAR’s Roush Fenway Racing. iRacing.com has developed dozens of formal partnerships in the motorsport industry to help create the most authentic racing simulation in the world including with NASCAR, IndyCar, International Speedway Corporation, Speedway Motorsports, the SRO Motorsports Group, Mazda Motorsports, McLaren Electronics, Williams F1, Volkswagen, Ford, the Skip Barber Racing School and General Motors.