NASCAR racing fans will be able to get in on the racing action against some of their favorite drivers starting in 2010 thanks to a new partnership between iRacing and NASCAR. The two companies will be offering a NASCAR-sanctioned online racing series that is organized and hosted by iRacing.
The new series will start in 2010 and fans around the world will be able to compete against each other and different NASCAR drivers in the official series featuring duplicates of real-world cars. The iRacing service prides itself on millimeter accurate representations of real racing tracks around the world.
The tracks are so accurate that some of the most popular NASCAR drivers are already members of the iRacing service including Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Brad Keselowski, A.J. Allmendinger, Marcos Ambrose and Colin Braun. The cars available to iRacing subscribers include the Silverado pickup from the Camping World Truck Series and the impala SS used in the Sprint Cup Series. Subscriptions for the server are $19 per month.
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