Track Comparison: Road Atlanta

A track geometry and object comparison of Road Atlanta. Audio is from the simulation. 2007 Real-world footage courtesy of Nick Haye.

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NPAS Race Recap Round 10: New Hampshire
Ryan Luza scored a series-leading third win of the 2017 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze season, passing Michael Conti with only three laps remaining at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Conti, who had taken the lead from Matt Bussa with 25 laps to go, attempted to run down Luza for one last desperate attempt at a pass before a caution flag waved with two laps remaining, sealing the finishing order. Ray Alfalla finished third, an excellent rebound after being spun around by Bussa with only 46 laps to go. Bussa faded to fourth while PJ Stergios finished fifth after starting thirty-ninth. With just two more races before the playoffs, a fierce battle is shaping-up for the final spots among the top eight who will qualify for the “post-season.” With his tenth place finish at the Magic Mile, Marcus Richardson (303) occupies sixth spot ahead of Christian Calliner (289) who placed 12th at New Hampshire. Zack Novak (282) holds-down the eighth position after making an early exit last night, while Dylan Duval (269) advanced to ninth with a 15th place finish at New Hampshire even as Darik Bourdeau (267) slipped to tenth after being classified 39th at NHMS. With the Granite State in their virtual mirrors, the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series competitors head to the Hoosier State and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for race 11 of the season. The fabled 2.5-mile track is narrow and passing is challenging, meaning pit strategy and qualifying are the two best ways for a driver to slice through the field. Can Luza keep on rolling, or can someone farther down the standings make a bid for the playoffs with a win? Find out in two weeks on iRacing Live as the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series drivers take on the world-renowned Brickyard! Subscribe to this channel to catch the newest upcoming events, behind-the-scenes development info, and new features/content from! Find out what we're all about: Facebook: Twitter:

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iRacing vs Real Life Spa Francorchamps Comparison - Williams F1
Not a perfect comparison, This is the FW31 (iRacing) vs the FW32 (2010 Real onboard from Rubens Barrichello). Clips are not sped up at any point just played together. I'm running less wing than in real life which is why I get ahead on the straights but loose it through the middle of the lap. Enjoy.

Leh Keen at Road Atlanta (996RSR)
Leh Keen at Road Atlanta in a Porsche 996 GT3 RSR