iRacing Completes NASCAR Sprint Cup Content


iRacing has completed its NASCAR Sprint Cup Series simulation following the release of the Toyota Camry Gen-6 Sprint Cup car.

The Toyota joins both the Ford and Chevrolet Gen-6 machines, along with every track on the Sprint Cup schedule, meaning the entire Sprint Cup Series is now available to more than 50,000 iRacers worldwide.

“The Toyota Camry was the last piece of the puzzle to completely replicate NASCAR’s premier series,” said President of iRacing.com, Tony Gardner. “Now our members can compete in an exact digital version of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule. It took years to officially secure licenses from our partners to build all the cars and tracks. We meticulously laser-scan each one of them, followed by thousands of hours of production work, but we think the end result is worth it.”

NASCAR and iRacing have collaborated for a number of official series, with iRacing members able to contest the entire Sprint Cup schedule in the NASCAR iRacing Series, or they can compete in a shorter official series of just 12 races. The top drivers compete for money and prizes in the NASCAR-sanctioned pro series, the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series, while those looking for something more laid back can enter the iRacing Fun Series at Daytona, Talladega and Charlotte.

“We try to setup something for every taste, and people have a blast with all of our NASCAR Series from Late Models all the way up the ladder,” added Gardner. “It is a great feeling to finally match everything in the real world in our top level NASCAR Series including full 43 car fields. We even rolled-out the Lucky Dog rule earlier this year!”