My first rookie iRacing oval race - I piss off lots of people but learn a lot in the process, oops.

This is video footage from my first online oval race in iRacing as a rookie class with other drivers. This was a trial by fire and didn't make any friends today. I caused wrecks, had penalties, got confused, you name it. Stock car racing is a different beast entirely from regular track racing and I've got a long ways to go to be good at it. On a plus note I did finish the race so that has to count for something right? Please leave your comments and like, favorite and subscribe if you want to see more of these types of videos and watch me climb in rank (hopefully). Also come join me on Facebook via the link on my main channel page and we can talk over there. Thanks again for watching! Time Indexes: 1st time pit black flag 1:20 Stay low outa pits man 3:55 Over shoot the mark 4:13 Warming tires 5:35 Fk'n 13 6:05 another Pit BF 6:20 tires & fuel, lmfao 7:50 another Pit BF 9:00 Tires & fuel 9:55 out over the line again 18:10 lol/wtf 13 18:45 lol might have somthing 2 do with that thing in the left top corner, 18:54 yeah 13 is a retard Hindsight we test/practice prior to racing but as u said @20:40 Is All Part of the "GAME" 15:21 That's what it's all about! iRacing.com is an online, subscription-based racing simulation service for Microsoft Windows created by iRacing.com Motorsport Simulations. In addition to accurately modeled vehicles and tracks, iRacing provides servers on which to race and practice and a sanctioning body to organize and oversee competition within the service. From the start, iRacing has been marketed as both an entertainment service and a training tool for real life racers.[1] They have established numerous partnerships with real-world racing organizations and series, including NASCAR, GRAND-AM, IndyCar, V8 Supercars, the SCCA, the Skip Barber Racing School, the Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup, the Star Mazda Championship and Williams F1 among others.[2][3] The service was launched to the public on August 26, 2008. There were over 35,000 active members as of July 2012.[4] This show is an independent production of Jerry Berg (aka Barnacules). Opinions are my own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my employer, friends, or any companies mentioned in the show. Email business inquiries to Barnacules@barnnerd.com Help the channel by donating BitCoin to 1MfVZVMjfUUq8srg1d4RbgXR5e7JLw7R6P ▼ Support me by sending BitCoin (Wallet Address) ▼ 18Su2PV63BabMZWwYEhgXC8obK1XBVveCp ▼ Get 10% off Kinesis Split Ergonomic Keyboards & Pedals ▼ http://www.kinesis-ergo.com/ [use code 'Barnacules' at checkout to get 10% off] ▼ Join my Folding@Home team and help cure diseases with spare CPU/GPU cycles ▼ Barnacules Nerdgasm Team # 231300 Download Client @ http://folding.stanford.edu/ ** Top 10 contributers shown on Twitter weekly! ▼ I am now live streaming on Twitch so come give me a follow to receive notifications when I'm streaming ▼ https://www.twitch.tv/barnacules

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Reaching 400 km/h (~250 mph) in 20 different racing games (NFS, TDU, Grid and more)
After showing Drag races in 8 and Drift events in 12 different racing games I am now taking it another step further with a compilation that includes a total of 20 (!) different titles. The topic this time is reaching a speed of 400 km/h or more, which gives a nice comparison of the sense of speed in the different games. In most of the games I am starting at 0, so you can also get an idea of how realistic vs insane the acceleration in these games is. And since so many people liked the train scene in the Drag video I also tried my best to include some entertaining moments again as an added bonus. :P Timeline: 0:09 NFS Most Wanted - Ford GT on Campus Interchange 0:55 NFS Carbon - Dodge Viper in free roam 1:38 Test Drive Unlimited - Saleen S7 in free roam 2:40 NFS ProStreet - Pagani Zonda on Texas World Speedway, Oval Circuit 3:47 Race Driver Grid - Audi R10 Le Mans Prototype on Circuit de la Sarthe 1968 4:37 NFS Undercover - McLaren F1 in free roam 5:30 NFS Hot Pursuit 3 - Bugatti Veyron in free roam 6:36 Test Drive Unlimited 2 - Koenigsegg CCXR in free roam (Hawaii) 8:14 NFS Shift 2 - Toyota Supra on Nordschleife 9:11 NFS The Run - Hennessey Venom on Summit, Stage 5 10:06 NFS Most Wanted 2 - Bugatti Veyron in free roam 11:09 Grid 2 - Koenigsegg Agera on Spa 11:49 NFS Rivals - Koenigsegg One:1 in free roam 12:54 Grid Autosport - Dallara Indycar on Indianapolis Oval Circuit 13:50 Driveclub - Koenigsegg Regera on Holmastad, Norway 14:50 The Crew Wild Run - Lamborghini Huracan and Hotrod in free roam 16:01 Need for Speed 20 - Dodge Viper in free roam 16:50 Forza Apex - Koenigsegg One:1 on Nordschleife 17:53 Forza Horizon 3 - Porsche 918 in free roam 19:01 Flatout 4 - Frenzy M600 on Historic Route 78 When I started working on this video I actually thought that 400 km/h wasn't reachable in NFS MW in a legit way but it turned out that I was wrong. You just have to use stock transmission in the Ford GT. In NFS Carbon you can easily break 400 with the Dodge Viper. In TDU the Saleen is a car that can do it, provided you are able to avoid the rather erratic traffic. :P In NFS Undercover the Bugatti looks to be fastest but the McLaren F1 can break 400 as well. In Hot Pursuit 3 I went with the Bugatti. In TDU 2 I took the Koenigsegg CCXR, which can still go faster with better upgrades, which I wasn't able to afford though. In NFS Shift 2 I used the Supra with a custom setup from YouTube. In NFS The Run you can only reach 400 in multiplayer or by using a glitch to put cars of a different class into career events, since there is no quickrace mode in the game. In Grid Autosport I was only able to reach 400 with drafting. However, I was able to do it without cars in front of me, since drafting somehow also works here with cars right behind you... In Driveclub I used the Regera, which doesn't have a regular transmission. In The Crew many cars can reach 400 but the Huracan is the fastest outside of Drag spec. In NFS 20 I used the Viper again and in Forza Apex the One:1. In FH3 a ton of cars can easily reach 400 too. I went with the Porsche 918 here. And in Flatout 4 the fastest car should be the Frenzy. There are of course still a lot more racing games where 400 km/h can be reached but this is probably by far the biggest compilation that anyone has made in this regard so far and I am quite happy with how it turned out. Note that the goal here was just to reach 400 or more in these 20 games and not to reach the highest speed or the largest number of games possible. I also didn't use the fastest car in every game, since this allowed for a bigger variety of cars to be shown. And in most games I used automatic transmission, since it was perfectly sufficient to reach the goal. So if you see some people writing in the comments that I "forgot" some game, used the "wrong" car or "shifted badly", then you know that they are either haters or failed to understand the goal of the video. Or both. :P Thanks to MSWGR for recording the NFS The Run footage for me. You can find more videos of that game on his channel here: http://www.youtube.com/c/IsuckAtDrivingMSWGR Edit: I just realized that I forgot to turn off the motion blur in Shift 2. Sorry about that. Normally that game would look a bit more clear, just like the others, so keep that in mind when trying to draw comparisons. Also to respond to something that I see a lot in the comments: None of the games are on low graphics! If you think that they are, then you don't know what you are talking about. I only turned off "flashy" effects like motion blur because I consider them ugly (except in Shift 2 where I forgot it). Things like texture quality are mostly on ultra. I try to make the games look as good as possible. I simply prefer a more natural style like on the right side of this picture: http://i.imgur.com/NXsAToB.jpg





iRacing : Wrecked Half The Field Like an Idiot. (Indycars @ Pocono)
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