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Posted: Oct 25, 2020 @ 09:52 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:20 pm GMT-0600
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Developer Monster Games released the Late Model Series Pack for Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing over the weekend:

Late Models are roaring to the green flag in Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing!

Expand your racing empire by starting a Late Model team in Career Mode, and then see how you compare in Online Multiplayer, run some practice laps in Quick Race, or compete in a Late Model Championship.

Download the Late Models now, and we’ll see you out on the track!

* Add the Late Model series to Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing
* Drive a whole new car, with its own unique handling
* Race the Late Model in every game mode

iRacing’s pricing model and online service certainly isn’t for everyone. Without it, what are your options? Do you run the old Ratbag Games titles? Do you run the better quality rFactor mods? Or do you pay a one-time price for a game like this and DLC like this? While I don’t rate this title super high quality as far as simulations go, it can be fun, and it has its benefits over other titles.

As I already said in previous news posts I would most certainly wait for a sale before buying this game, and an extra $9.99 for this DLC makes that doubly so.

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