WATCH: Dave Cam tests new iRacing content for 2023 Season 2

WATCH: Dave Cam tests new iRacing content for 2023 Season 2

With a new iRacing build arrived and new content to jump into, it’s a safe bet to assume that Dave Cam is going to give it all a once over to let you know what it is all about. Sure enough, Dave has managed to get his hands on the new road content and has his immediate thoughts for us in today’s video.

There are three new cars, one of which is the oval short track racer that is the Late Model Stock. The Ray Race Cars Formula 1600 and the Renault Clio Cup cars, on the other hand, are two entry level road racing machines that have a ton of potential amongst the iRacing family of content.

This Formula 1600 has no wings, so the downforce is scarce. Dave is taking this out to the Indy course Brands Hatch to see how the newest open wheel single-seater gets on. Over at Donington, Dave is whipping out the Clio for a track day in the tin top tiny car.

Speaking of tracks, iRacing also has a new road course that members can race on – Circuito de Jerez. While it’s more of a bike track nowadays, cars just seem to work here very well. Be sure to stick around to hear Dave’s thoughts on all the matter.

As always, be sure to visit the Traxion.GG website and Traxion.GG YouTube page where there is even more Dave Cam content, plus all of our other racing game videos as well. What do you think of the new content in 2023 Season 2? Let us know in the comments!

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