Classic Road Package
This is a list of tracks and cars available in the classic road package. Most of these tracks are frequently used in actual iRacing official series.
Available camera groups:
In general I use 5-6 camera groups (there can be some exceptions):
Real life replica - TV style real life replica of various iconic events for the given track
Group1 (TV1) is custom TV style similar to real life replicas
Group2 (TV2) probably the most cinematic, getting the most out of depth of field and focusing to deliver good images of the car (to give some feeling of speed, to better show paints, duels close, etc)
Group 3 (TV3) set is wider zoom showing longer sections of track (useful at starts or to follow multi car actions)
Group 4 (StaticTV) - uses static aim type cameras
Group 5 (DynamicTV) - simulates low altitude chopper (check the second video)
Group 6 (Random TV) - contains best of group1-5 angles plus a few more and including onboards to give you full TV style experience
Group 7 (FanCam) - it takes you to the trackside like you are one of the crowd. Fell like virtual racing fan visiting and walking along the track. Or click for a more advanced FanCam package.
PitLane - dedicated pitlane camera group covering the whole pitlane with entry and exit
Scenic - updated scenics with more cinematics (only most popular tracks has this feature). Check this video.
Tracks not on the list are in progress or TBD someday (or by request). Bold means tracks with dedicated real life event camera sets (like Sky F1, FOX, NBCSN or SPEED, etc).
List of track cameras:
Barber Motorsport Park
Barcelona GP - with 2018-2019 F1 cameras
Bathurst - with 2014-2015 Bathurst 1000 cameras
Belle Isle, Detroit - with Indycar 2018 cameras, FanCam
Brands Hatch GP - with 1986 F1 cameras
Charlotte Roval 2018 - with FanCam
Charlotte Roval 2019 - with FanCam
COTA GP - with 2016-2017 Sky F1 cameras
Daytona International 2011 Road - with 2016-2017 Rolex 24h cameras
Donington GP - with 1993 F1 cameras, FanCam
Imola GP - with 2001-2006 F1 cameras
Interlagos GP- with 1991 F1 and 2015-2016 Sky F1 cameras, FanCam
Laguna Seca - with 2019 Indycar cameras
LeMans - with LeMans 2016 cameras
Limerock 2019 (all 3 layouts)
Midohio Full (including Grand-AM 2013, Indycar 2013 cameras)
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (Montreal GP) - with 90's F1 and 2013-2016 Sky F1 cameras
Monza GP - with 1999, 2002, 2005 and 2015-2017 Sky F1 cameras
Mosport, Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
Nurburgring GP - with 1995 and 2013 F1 cameras
Nurburgring BES/WEC - including WEC 2016 cameras
Okyama Full - with FanCam
Oulton Park - Fosters with Hislop
Oulton Park - International
Oulton Park - International without Hislop
Phillip Island - with V8SC 2012 cameras
Road America Full - with Indycar 2016 cameras
Road Atlanta Full - with Petit LeMans 2015-2016 cameras
Sebring International - with 2016 12hours of Sebring cameras
Silverstone GP 2019 - with F1 2018 cameras
Silverstone National 2019
Spa GP - with 90's F1 and 2015, 2016 Sky F1 cameras
Spa Endurance - with Blancpain GT Spa 24hrs 2014-2017 cameras
Watkins Glen Boot - with 2017 6hrs of the Glen cameras
Watkins Glen Classic Boot
Zolder - with 2015 Blancpain GT cameras, FanCam
Zolder Alternate - with FanCam
List of car cameras:
Aston Martin DBR9
Audi R8 GT3
Audi 90 GTO
BMW Z4 GT3
C7 Corvette DP
Ferrari 488 GT3
Ferrari 488 GTE
Ford GT 2017
Formula Renault 2.0
Formula Renault 3.5
HPD ARX 01C
Mazda MX5 2016
Mercedes AMG GT3
Nissan GTP ZX-T
Porsche 718 GT4
Porsche 911 GT3 CUP
Porsche 991 RSR
Safety Car Porsche 911
To develop the base version of a generic track today (like Charlotte Roval) takes about 10-16 hours. Enhancements and testing until the first releasable version takes about additional 14-16 hours by spectating minimum 3-4 different races and after that loading replays several times.
Most tracks in the below list have gone through 6-8 or more iterations. Depending on complexity a new iteration can take 4-20 hours. Earliest tracks like Spa GP has already around 30+ iterations.
Combining all this I calculated the below price that don't cover all the time went in but helps me to continue and improve further. Thank you.
Road tracks are available in various packages.
Gold Package: Fully feature road tracks. Including 3-4 TV style camera groups, with real life F1, IMSA, GT, etc cameras plus StaticTV, DynamicTV camera groups.
Silver Package: Simplified package with real life cameras in focus. Contains tracks where you can see real life camera replica is listed (track name in bold).
Note: Previously called Premium package is not available. It may become available when the list of tracks reaches the level that can cover 90-95% of any C,B or A class road series again.