Dirt-strewn Oswego Speedway headlines iRacing Season 3 Patch 2, alongside rain updates

Thomas Harrison-Lord
The 5/8 mile oval now has a second configuration, dirt, to go alongside the asphalt option released last month.
Dirt-strewn Oswego Speedway headlines iRacing Season 3 Patch 2, alongside rain updates

A track released as part of iRacing’s June Season 3 DLC dump has received a new layout – Oswego Speedway can now be driven on with a dirt surface.

Each year, the asphalt oval venue in the state of New York holds dirt events, when mud and gravel are laid temporarily over the existing surface. This can now be used on iRacing, for those who have purchased the recently-available venue.

The mucky celebration in the real world is called Super DIRT Week, with the 2024 event scheduled for October with four vehicle classes present. The new configuration is said to be ideal for dirt street stock and big block modified racing.

The new texture costs nothing further for owners and arrives with no additional fee for those who purchase for the first time.

Dirt Oswego Speedway iRacing

Rain updates

Osewgo’s extra option arrives as part of a Season 3 Patch 2 update that also delivers small tweaks across multiple content pieces and the platform itself.

Chief of which are several tempest weather system tweaks including, but not limited to, enhanced rain lights for the BMW M4 GT4, rain droplets no longer disappearing before they reach the edge of a windscreen, revised wiper action in replays and tweaked AI wet racing lines.

As ever, the full changelog is on the iRacing support forum.

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