First look at Kern County Raceway Park in iRacing

Thomas Harrison-Lord
The multi-purpose dirt and asphalt oval venue in California will be available to purchase as part of iRacing’s Season 4 2023 update.
First look at Kern County Raceway Park in iRacing

Following the Porsche 963 LMDh/GTP and classic 1987 NASCAR Pontiac Grand Prix comes Kern Country Raceway to formulate part of iRacing‘s 2023 Season 4 content release – and it’s now been previewed ahead of launch for the first time.

The pint-sized venue just outside of Bakersfield was initially announced as in production back in April of this year by President Tony Gardner, then confirmed as a Season 4 venue as part of Senior Vice President and Executive Producer Greg Hill’s Jukly development update.

The 5,000-capacity speedway actually has two circuits – a 0.5-mile asphalt oval, ideal for Late Model Stock Car racing and a 0.33-mile clay dirt oval residing next door.

The iRacing version will include a smaller sealed-surface inner oval layout for Legends car racing and an inner dirt mini oval too, making four configurations in total:

  • Asphalt Track
  • Dirt Track
  • Legends (asphalt)
  • Dirt Mini Oval
Kern County Raceway Park Dirt Oval iRacing

All four layouts, including the two separate base tracks, will be included in the one $11.95 bundle. For those not into the oval scene, Dutch Formula 1 circuit Zandvoort is also expected to release next week as part of the Season 4 update.

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