iRacing Interlagos Real vs Virtual - Williams F1 Onboard

The legendary brazilian track: Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace AKA Interlagos its ready to go on the iRacing service, here you can see a real vs virtual lap using the Williams FW31 and the FW32 in quite different situations and a choppy lap by me, but i wanted to show a real williams onboard comparison as soon as possible so, enjoy!

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