iRacing is the fastest growing and most dynamic online racing community on the planet. You can amass years of racing experience in months in sim racing, take it from someone who does real track racing too – there’s nothing like the iRacing experience to help you move your driving and racecraft forward.
Signup is easy – we’ll look at how to get started in just a few moments.
What about the deals?
iRacing are currently offering 50% off all new memberships meaning you can save as much as $100 by signing up for a 2 year plan. If that seems a bit too long, no problem – 1 year at $55 is a great deal:
Also, it might be useful to know about these iRacing promo / discount codes:
|PRHotlaps||3 Months||$4.78||Sign Up|
|PR-Outlaws||12 Months||$49.00||Sign Up|
|PR-GRIPTV||3 Months||$12.00||Sign Up|
|2022NEXTGEN||1 year of iRacing for $20||$20.00||Sign Up|
Building a sim racing rig: Does my system meet the requirements?
If you’re yet to build your sim racing setup, check out our guide to building a sim racing rig here.
If you already own a PC, provided that you have a reasonably up to date GPU (see my sim racing PC specs here), then you’ll be likely OK. If you’re not sure, use iRacing’s system requirements site to scan your PC.
What about the rest of the gear?
You’ll need a cockpit (rig), wheelbase and wheel, pedals and monitors. Most of this is covered in our build guide, but do check out these resources too:
- What are the best sim rigs on the market?
- Wheelbase buyer’s guide
- Why the Heusinkveld Sprint pedals are the only pedals you’ll need
Getting started in iRacing
That’s pretty much all you need to know to get started in the incredible world of iRacing – good luck!