Tag: Indycar

Weight Jacker The weight-jacker is a setting somewhat akin to wedge on a stock car. The main difference is that the driver can adjust weight-jacker while on the track. There are even rumors of some drivers adjusting weight-jacker in between corners to get the most out of a lap. Increasing weight-jacker makes the car looser. […]

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There are race tracks around the world that hold famous and coveted races: 24 heurs du Mans, Daytona 500, Indianapolis 500, Monaco Grand Prix to name some of the more well known. But what makes an awesome race track? There are tracks that are called driver’s tracks, where the driver can make a difference over having […]

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Now updated with information from New Tire Model (NTM) I still use the Setup Tweak Guide a bunch. The default iRacing Indycar oval setups carry a lot of wing and are quite stable to drive. The problem is they’re also a lot slower than folks are generally running in the series. Over the last few […]

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