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A look at the iRacing rigs IndyCar drivers are using for their Challenge


Real-life racing might be postponed for the time being, but several of IndyCar’s best drivers have been spending their time on iRacing.

The lndyCar iRacing Challenge has offered a way for drivers to “get their competitive juices flowing,” as Arrow McLaren SP rookie Oliver Askew described.

The next round of the six-race series will be held April 11 at a track to be selected by drivers.

Sage Karam won the opening round last weekend at virtual Watkins Glen International. The second race went to Team Penske’s Scott McLaughlin at Barber Motorsports Park.

Here’s a look at the various sim rigs drivers are using (including Oliver Askew’s being the newest as of Monday morning):

Robert Wickens appears to be getting accustomed to his new setup.

In his most recent YouTube vlog, Marcus Ericsson documented how he put together his own simulator.