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Posted: Aug 31, 2020 @ 02:22 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:56 am GMT-0600
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As expected with the recent teasers the official trailer for the 2017 Dallara P217 LMP2 is now posted. It shows the car in action around Imola, Daytona, Le Mans, Road Atlanta and (I think) Road America:

Soft? Medium? or Hard? Now you can decide!
The strategy of grand prix racing comes to iRacing in 2020 Season 4, with the addition of variable tire compounds to the McLaren MP4-30. Featuring our most up-to-date tire parameters, you’ll have the opportunity to choose between soft, medium, and hard tires as you balance top speed and durability throughout an event. Just one thing: you’ll have to start the race with fresh tires from the same compound you qualified with, so choose wisely!
The McLaren MP4-30 will take over as the new car for the A Class iRacing Grand Prix Series for 2020 Season 4. Variable tire compounds are part of a significant engineering overhaul to the car in preparation for the new season.

Greg Hill tweeted a couple of short clips from Crandon International, a dirt track coming to the service soon:

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