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Posted: Sep 22, 2020 @ 08:56 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:07 pm GMT-0600
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iRacing today deployed what really is a major “hotfix” considering the length of the build notes:

Track Maps

– A new batch of updated track maps have been implemented, including:
– – Autodromo Nazionale Monza
– – Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
– – Daytona International Speedway
– – Indianapolis Motor Speedway
– – Road Atlanta
– – Sebring International Raceway
– – Talladega Superspeedway
– – Watkins Glen International
– – [Legacy] Daytona International Speedway – 2008


– Resolved an issue where the iRating of Rookie Licenses was being incorrectly displayed to the user.
– – iRating is now correctly hidden for the Rookie License class.


– Resolved an issue where the “Register” button was displaying a “Purchase” state instead of an “Ineligible” state where the user is ineligible to participate in the session.


– A button has been added to view Results from the iRacing UI on the Classic Membersite.
– – The iRacing UI is missing a few statistics that can be found on the Classic Membersite for each event, such as lap charts, lap graphs, and, if applicable, Series Standings.


– A navigation link has been added to the sidebar for the “My Teams” page.

– Resolved an issue where Team owner names were not being properly displayed if they were too long to display within the table.


– The League Sessions page is now the default display when navigating to the Leagues page via the sidebar.


AI Racing

– AI Drivers have received some additional Oval driving training with the following vehicles:
– – Indy Pro 2000 PM-18
– – USF 2000


Dallara IR18

– iRacing provided setups have been updated for [Legacy] Phoenix Raceway – 2008.

Dallara P217

– The Throttle Shape setting may now be bound to a custom hotkey.

– “dcThrottleShape” is now available in telemetry.

Ford GT GT2/GT3

– (ALL) – Rear damper lengths have been increased by 20mm to prevent running out of droop travel when running high static rear ride heights.
– – This should reduce the tendency of the car to bounce / pogo.
– – iRacing setups have been updated to account for these changes.

McLaren MP4-30

– The telemetry system now reports the tire compound index with which each team has set their best time in Qual (“CarIdxQualTireCompound”; it will be -1 if none has been locked in so far).
– – It also indicates whether or not Race Control has officially locked that team in to that compound choice for the start of the race (“CarIdxQualTireCompoundLocked”).

– Track agnostic iRacing setups have been updated to pass tech at all fuel levels.

– Fixed an issue where the tire compound used during Qualifying was not correctly carried into the Race when the driver switched Race Servers during the session transition.

NASCAR Cup Series Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

– Fixed an issue where the gas-man could be interrupted, and fail to empty his fuel can.

NASCAR Cup Series Ford Mustang

– Fixed an issue where the gas-man could be interrupted, and fail to empty his fuel can.

NASCAR Cup Series Toyota Camry

– Fixed an issue where the gas-man could be interrupted, and fail to empty his fuel can.

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