Tag: iRacing Setups

The default iRacing oval setups tend to be reasonable with a little too much push (understeer) for my taste, especially the fixed setups. This is so that most drivers can get in and get around the track without wrecking at every turn and causing a wreckfest. Over the last few seasons there have been some […]

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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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