Season 04



Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992)

Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992)

New for the 2021 Porsche Supercup season, the latest generation of Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car builds upon an existing and successful framework to create the next era of top-notch racing in Porsche’s premier global one-make racing series. Kicking up the horsepower to 510 in its 4.0-liter flat-six powerplant, 25 more than its predecessor, the latest 911 GT3 Cup features improvements to chassis construction, aerodynamics, suspension, and safety features, and can be run on synthetic fuels for the first time. Do you have what it takes to master the machine and become the next great Porsche champion?

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Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020

Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020

The Ferrari 488 GT3 was already one of the Prancing Horse’s most successful sports cars of all time, but continued evolution is a hallmark of the brand’s continued success across all forms of racing. Such is the mindset that birthed the 488 GT3 Evo 2020, a reworked version of the car that features a longer wheelbase, new engine management system, additional driver comforts including a new seat developed with Sabelt, aerodynamic adjustments, and more. The result is a proven GT3 platform that has taken the next steps towards further glory in the world’s biggest sprint and endurance championships.

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Mogyoród, Hungary

Conceived in the mid-1980s, placed just outside of Budapest, and built in a rapid eight months, the Hungaroring became the host of the first-ever Formula 1 event in eastern Europe in 1986 when it welcomed the inaugural Hungarian Grand Prix. Originally, organizers had wanted a street circuit, similar to Monaco; while a permanent circuit became the eventual choice, the track features a number of tight and challenging corners that make it polarizing among drivers.

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Hickory Motor Speedway

Hickory, North Carolina

Before NASCAR’s biggest names first shone under the bright lights of Charlotte Motor Speedway, many of them found their first successes elsewhere in North Carolina. The city of Hickory plays home to the World’s Most Famous Short Track, Hickory Motor Speedway, a .363-mile asphalt bullring that has welcomed racers and fans through its gates for more than 70 years.

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AI in Hosted & League Races

Multiple iRacers from all over the world can trade paint with AI drivers for the first time as AI Hosted events come to iRacing with the 2021 Season 4 build! Using any of our AI-enabled content, you’ll be able to create race sessions that fill up the field with virtual drivers to compete alongside real iRacers. This functionality works with both regular Hosted sessions and with Leagues.

New AI Additions

All of our new Season 4 content, the latest generation of Australian Supercars, and Super Late Models are the latest focuses of the next update to iRacing AI. The next update includes a total of five cars and 11 track layouts that have been enabled for AI!

Graphics Overhauls and New Damage Models Come to Some Crowd Favorites!

Street Stock

Spec Racer Ford

Healing Damage

The “No Damage” mode has been updated to a new “Healing Damage” mode to allow for more realistic physics and collisions without any of the race-ruining damage! Cars will temporarily take on damage then heal to their un-damaged state when the dust settles.

Road tires are available for all vehicles. You can now run any vehicle at any track!

See it In Action

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Read the Release Notes

Get an in-depth overview of all of our exciting Season 4 content & features!


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