iRacing

Fanatec’s new wheel brings forged carbon to your iRacing rig

Luxurious and functional is a mix that’s hard to resist. 


Fanatec

As more and more of you discover the wonderful world of sim racing, the offerings for home sim rigs just keep getting more exciting. The latest? A special-edition wheel from Fanatec that brings a little bit of Lamborghini home.

Fanatec’s ClubSport Steering Wheel F1 2020 is a limited-edition wheel that’s compatible with much of the company’s current line of wheel bases, including the CSL Elite, ClubSport V2 and V2.5, plus the top-shelf Podium DD1 and DD2 units. It’ll work with both the PC and PS4 — assuming you

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The 3 best wheels and pedal setups for iRacing – Video

If you’re new to the world of PC based sim racing, buying a wheel and pedals is probably the most important purchase you’re gonna make.
But with so many options out there, it’s difficult to know even where to begin.
So I’m gonna make it easy for you.
I’m gonna give you my three favorite wheel and pedal setups at three different price points.
Meaning all you’ll need to do Let’s pick the one that fits your budget.
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Now, before you even think about buying a will, you should take some time to think about where you’re going

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The best racing wheels and pedals for iRacing and your budget

For the money, the Fanatec Clubsport V3 pedals are hard to beat. 


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If you’re new to the world of PC-based sim racing, you’re probably going to need to buy a few things. Your graphics card or CPU may need a refresh or, worst-case, a whole new gaming PC might be in your future. A plethora of gaming monitors are only a click of the mouse away or, if you want serious immersion, virtual reality headsets will really get you in the game.

But, far and away the most important purchase that you’re going to make will be a steering

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How to watch today’s virtual NASCAR iRacing race without cable


NASCAR

Gentlemen, start your simulators! 

With NASCAR on hold until May 17, along with everything else canceled
to slow the spread of the coronavirus, professional stock car drivers have traded their souped-up vehicles for souped-up simulators to compete in the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series. NASCAR is following its previous race schedule but instead of actual cars racing around actual tracks, it has gone virtual using the iRacing simulator. The races may be simulations, but the drivers are still real. 

Not only are current NASCAR drivers participating, but retired legends like Dale Earnhardt Jr. are back behind

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