With Alan's new triple screen PC gaming rig now fully set up, we thought we'd turn our attentions to one of the PC's most renowned racing simulations: iRacing. With Neil William's iRacing career video series and Alan's test sessions, it's safe to say we're back in the driving seat with iRacing for the foreseeable future.
iRacing lends itself remarkably well to triple screen gaming, too: in Alan's own words, iRacing is "by far the best triple screen experience out there." Very high praise indeed from someone who's had a chance to sample everything from the current crop of the PC-exclusive racing games.
iRacing features an almost overwhelming variety of racing disciplines, from NASCAR and IndyCar to high performance sports car racing. It comes as no surprise, then, to find that Alan opted to feed his personal passion with some open wheel racing.
In his first drive with iRacing for a number of years, Alan takes the Skippy and Star Mazda on a few tentative laps around a rather technical circuit as he learns to tame these immensely powerful open wheel racing cars, before upping the ante with the IndyCar and F1 car. The world of iRacing is of course a steep learning curve for newcomers requiring ample practice, so expect his laps to improve tremendously as he continues to explore what the subscription-based sim has to offer.
We'll have more on iRacing soon, including some additional triple screen action from Alan and of course the next episode of Neil William's iRacing career.
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