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If you are an enthusiastic road racer this is the right place for you.

The Premium Road Package contains all the latest iRacing road content (based on 2024 S1 release). It contains ALL the tracks and cars that I have currently available for road racing.

Update, 2024.01.24: I added Mugello, reworked Okyama and the Audi GT3 EVO2 to the 2023R2 package, this is why I call it 2023R2.1

This is the most advanced bundle covering ~90-95% of most iRacing road schedule (95 cars, 99 track configurations if I count well).

Some rookie tracks and track with special configurations may be missing but hopefully and with the help of your support one day they will be added.

Whats new?

new tracks (9 configs) - 32 track config updates in total

  • Aragon GP

  • Aragon Moto GP - with Moto GP 2018 cameras

  • Chicago Street 2023

  • Jerez GP - with Formula 1 1997 cameras (with free TV and paid TV broadcasts)

  • Jerez Moto - with Moto GP 2018 cameras

  • Ledenon

  • Willow Springs

  • Zandvoort GP 2023 - with Formula 1 2023 cameras

Update 2024.01.24:

  • Mugello GP - with Formula 1 2020 and MotoGP cameras - this is a special add-on to the existing release based on 2024S1 iRacing release

Other circuits updated:

  • Imola, Monza, Barber, Chicago Street Prototype, Barcelona Historic, Spa GP, Montreal, Magny Cours. COTA GP, Hockenheim GP, Hungaroring, Knockhill Int, Lime Rock 2019 GP, Road America, Road Atlanta, Rudskogen, Sandown, Sebring Int, Silverstone 2019 GP, Suzuka GP, Watkins Glen Cup and Classic Boot

  • Okyama reworked based on 2023 updates and I added 2023 SuperGT cameras to the Full layout.

11 new cars - and 8 other car updates

  • Acura GTP

  • Cadillac GTP

  • Ferrari 296 GT3

  • Formula Ford 1600

  • Ligier JSP 320

  • Porsche 992 GT3 R

  • Porsche 963 GTP

  • Renault Clio

  • Super Formula SF23 Toyota

  • Super Formula SF23 Honda

Update 2024.01:

  • Audi GT3 EVO2 - this is a special add-on to the existing release based on 2024S1 iRacing release

Car Updates for

  • BMW LMDH

  • Corvette C6R

  • Dallara F3

  • McLaren MP4-30

  • Mercedes GT4

  • Mercedes W12

  • Mercedes W13

  • V8 Supercar Holden 2019

SpeedCam - a relatively new camera goup: - Since the initial release I added this to more road tracks. If you thought crank it up is only for oval type of racing then please check out this set of cameras. The idea is not new and I provided this type of camera to broadasters before. I also had this type of cameras isolated in other camera groups before but I enhanced the concept and combined them into a standalone group that can be activated anytime during a race. I placed cameras at special points of the track. It works best with train of cars (at start for example).

Currently it is available for certain tracks only but I add more later.

See a little demo here with -  I think - the most spectacular car to spectate, the Mercedes W12: SpeedCam demo on youtube

Pole Camera - a new camera goup: - Since the initial release one year ago I added this to more road tracks. This is a simple rotating camera around the pole sitter. It works only at standing start gridding but gives a nice vibe before a race start.

Currently it is available for certain tracks only but I add more later.

Various camera enhancements across many tracks - Some tracks got a complete redesign by getting the above camera groups and/or regrouping the cameras to have a better look and feel. By doing this the overall flow should be better.

Some tracks got smaller fixes, changes so I didn't create a full new version compared to previous release but a 'b' version. The versioning of these tracks is like v12b.

 

 

General information about available camera groups​

In general I use 5-6 camera groups (there can be some exceptions):

  • Grid view - a special camera group is added to show the grid only

  • Pole Cam - pole sitter camera. Works for standing starts and at certain tracks only

  • 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

  • SpeedCam (static camera) - low positioned, wide angle cameras very close or even embedded in track surface, kerbs. At certain tracks only.

  • 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. I'm phasing this out because the regular TV1-3 groups already provide full TV style experience.

  • 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.

This second video is still a classic from the days when I started back in 2012-2013 :)

​​List of tracks

Total of 91 track configurations covering roughly 90-95% of current iRacing road schedule. The color highlights indicate new camera groups or additions.

I also linked as many real life event coverage as possible so you can check and compare the accuracy of the camera replicas.

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).

  • Aragon GP

  • Aragon Moto GP - with Moto GP 2018 cameras

  • Barber Motorsport Park - with Indycar 2019 Cameras

  • Barcelona GP - with 2018-2021 F1 cameras

  • Barcelona Classic - with 1991 F1 cameras

  • Bathurst - with 2014-2015, 2022 Bathurst 1000 and Bathurst 12hr cameras

  • Belle Isle, Detroit - with Indycar 2018 cameras

  • Centripetal Circuit

  • Brands Hatch GP - with 1986 F1 and Blancpain 2016 cameras

  • Brands Hatch Indy

  • Charlotte Roval 2018

  • Charlotte Roval 2019 - with Nascar 2020 cameras

  • Chicago Street Cup

  • Chicago Street Prototype

  • COTA GP - with 2016-2021 Sky F1 cameras

  • COTA West - with Supercars 2013 cameras

  • Daytona International 2011 Road  - with 2016-2017, 2022 24h cameras

  • Donington GP - with cameras 1993 F1

  • Donington National

  • Fuji Speedway GP - with 2007 F1 cameras

  • Fuji Speedway No Chicane

  • Hockeinheim GP - with 2019 F1 cameras

  • Homestead Road A

  • Homestead Road B

  • Hungaroring - with 2020-2021 F1  cameras

  • Imola GP - with 2001-2006 F1,  2021 F1 cameras

  • Indianapolis 2009 Road

  • Indianapolis 2022 Road - with Indycar 2022 cameras

  • Interlagos GP- with 1991 F1 and 2015-2016 Sky F1, 2021 F1 cameras

  • Jerez GP - with regular TV F1 1997 and with paid TV F1 1997 cameras

  • Jerez Moto - with Moto GP 2018 cameras

  • Knockhill International

  • Knockhill National

  • Laguna Seca - with Indycar 2019 cameras

  • Ledenon

  • LeMans - with LeMans 2016 and 2019, 2022 cameras

  • LeMans Historic

  • Limerock 2019 (all 3 layouts)

  • Long Beach - with 2019 Indycar cameras

  • Magny Cours - with 1999, 2002, 2004, 2008 F1 cameras, GT 2021, 2022 cameras

  • Mosport, Canadian Tire Motorsports Park

  • Midohio Full - including Grand-AM 2013, Indycar 2013 cameras

  • Montreal GP (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve) - with 2013-2016, 2022 Sky F1 and 90's F1 cameras

  • Monza GP - with 1999, 2002, 2005 and 2015-2017 Sky F1, 2021 F1 cameras

  • Mugello GP - with 2020 F1 and MotoGP cameras  from 2019 and 2023

  • Nurburgring GP - with 1995 and 2013, 2020 F1 cameras

  • Nurburgring BES/WEC - including WEC 2016 cameras

  • Nurburgring VLN*

  • Nurburgring Combined 24h*

  • Nurburgring Sprint

  • Okyama Full - with SuperGT 2023 cameras

  • Okyama Short

  • Oran Park - with Supercars 2008 cameras

  • Oschersleben - with 2022 GT Masters cameras

  • Oulton Park - Fosters

  • Oulton Park - International

  • Oulton Park - International w/no chicanes

  • Oulton Park - Island Historic

  • Oulton Park - Inthislop

  • Phillip Island - with V8SC Supercars cameras

  • Road America Full - with Indycar 2019 and 2021 Nascar  cameras

  • Road America Bend

  • Road Atlanta Full - with Petit LeMans 2015-2016, and 2020 cameras

  • RedBull Ring (Spielberg) - with 2020-2021 F1 cameras

  • Rudskogen Motorsentre

  • Sandown - with 2014, 2021 Supercars cameras

  • Sebring International 2022 - with 2016, and 2022 12hours of Sebring cameras

  • Silverstone GP (Legacy) - with 1991 F1 cameras

  • Silverstone Historic GP (Legacy) (including early 90's F1 GP cameras)

  • Silverstone GP 2019 - with 2018-2021 F1 cameras

  • Silverstone National 2019

  • Snetterton 200

  • Snetterton 300

  • Sonoma Long

  • Sonoma Cup - with Nascar cameras

  • Sonoma IRL

  • Sonoma IRL 07 - with Indycar 2016 cameras

  • Spa GP - with 90's F1 and 2015, 2016, 2020-2021 Sky F1 cameras

  • Spa Endurance - with Blancpain GT Spa 24hrs 2014-2017, 2022 cameras

  • Spa Calssic Pits

  • Summit Point Raceway

  • Suzuka GP - with 2016 Sky F1 and 90's F1 cameras

  • Tsukuba 1k

  • Tsukuba 2k

  • Twinring Motegi GP

  • Twinring Motegi East

  • Virginia International Raceway 2022 (full) - with 2022 IMSA cameras

  • Watkins Glen Cup - with 2021 Nascar cameras

  • Watkins Glen Boot 2021

  • Watkins Glen Classic Boot 2021

  • Watkins Glen Classic 2021

  • Watkins Glen Cup 2021

  • Willow Springs

  • Winton National - with 2014, 2022 Supercars cameras

  • Winton Club

  • Zandvoort GP 2009 - with F1 2021 cameras

  • Zandvoort GP 2023 - with F1 2023 cameras

  • Zandvoort  2009 National

  • Zolder - with 2015 Blancpain GT cameras, FanCam

  • Zolder Alternate - with FanCam

* Nürburgring VLN and 24h layouts are simplifed versions compared to the Green Hell Package. Here they contain 2 TV style camera groups. Check out the Green Hell package for full features.


List of cars

10 new, 95 in total. All cars have optimized camera shake effect for more realism. Multiple cars have onboard cameras that can be rotated up to 180 or 360 degrees.

  • Acura GTP

  • Aston Martin DBR9

  • Aston Martin GT4

  • Audi R8 GT3

  • Audi R8 GT3 EVO2

  • Audi IR18

  • Audi 90 GTO

  • Audi TCR

  • BMW GTE

  • BMW LMDH

  • BMW M4 GT3

  • BMW M4 GT4

  • BMW M8 GTE

  • BMW Z4 GT3

  • Cadillac CTS-V Racecar

  • Cadillac GTP

  • Corvette C6R

  • Corvette C8R GTE

  • C7 Corvette DP

  • Dallara F3

  • Dallara Indycar

  • Dallara DW12

  • Dallara IR-01

  • Dallara IR18

  • Dallara P217 LMP2

  • Ferrari 296 GT3

  • Ferrari 488 GT3

  • Ferrari 488 GTE

  • Ferrari GT3 EVO

  • Ford GT

  • Ford GT3

  • Ford GT 2017

  • Ford Mustang FR500S

  • Formula IR-04

  • Formula Ray 1600

  • Formula Renault 2.0

  • Formula Renault 3.5

  • Formula Vee

  • HPD ARX 01C

  • Honda Civic TCR

  • Hyundai TCR

  • Hyundai Veloster

  • Indy Pro PM 18

  • KIA Optima

  • Lamborghini Huracan GT3

  • Ligier JP 320 

  • Lotus 49

  • Lotus 79

  • Mazda MX5 Cup

  • Mazda MX5 2016

  • Mazda MX-5 Roadster

  • Mclaren MP4-12C

  • McLaren MP4-30

  • McLaren MP570s GT4

  • Mercedes AMG GT3

  • Mercedes AMG GT3 EVO 2020

  • Mercedes AMG GT4

  • Mercedes AMG F1 W12

  • Mercedes F1 W13

  • Nissan GTP ZX-T

  • Pontiac Solstice

  • Porsche 718 GT4

  • Porsche 911 GT3 CUP

  • Porshe 911 GT3 Cup 992

  • Porsche 911 GT3 R

  • Porsche 919

  • Porsche 991 RSR

  • Porsche 992 GT3 R

  • Porsche 963 GTP

  • Porsche Mission-R

  • Pro Mazda

  • Radical SR8

  • Radical SR10

  • Renault Clio

  • Riley MkXX Daytona Prototype

  • Ruf RT 12R AWD

  • Ruf RT 12R RWD

  • Ruf RT 12R CSpec

  • Ruf RT 12R Track

  • ​Safety Car Porsche 911

  • SCCA Spec Racer Ford

  • Skip Barber Formula 2000

  • Stock Car Brazil - Toyota Corolla

  • Stock Car Brazil - Chevrolet Cruze

  • Super Formula SF23 Honda

  • Super Formula SF23 Toyota

  • Toyota GR86

  • USF 2000 Indy

  • V8SC Holden 2019 and 2014

  • V8SC Ford 2019 and 2014

  • VW Jetta TDI Cup

  • Williams FW31

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 above list have gone through 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.

Due to the amount of track configurations it takes more and more time and effort to maintain all this. Alone I'm not able to review 90+ tracks so your feedback is extremely important if you find something not working. Your support helps me to continue and improve further. Thank you.

One more short video for your entertainment:

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