New Member Checklist
- If you think iRacing is “just a game”, we aren’t the right league for you. Most here practice a lot and take our racing seriously. Because of that, we have a ton of fun with close, safe racing every week. The competition can be fierce but with our camaraderie comes much respect for our fellow racers. Hotheads aren’t welcome!
- Join our Facebook group. This is our primary method of communication. If you don’t join, you might get removed from the league.
- Join our iRacing league well before the first time you want to race. Don’t wait until the night of the race.
- Read the Rules.
- Get a headset. Voice communication is one of the primary methods we use on track to make the racing go smoother.
- If you are newish to iRacing, race ONLY in the Global MX5 Mazda in our Sunday night races. Do this until you can run a race with 0 incidents or close to it. DO NOT race on Tuesday or Thursday night.
- Go through this website in its entirety.
We have a Discord channel but not a lot of members use it.
Pick the Right Night and the Right Car
Oftentimes good communication is key to a race win. The use of a voice headset is highly recommended. Get one if you don’t have one!
Race Within Your Limits
Racing involves a lot of things. We want to drive fast but we have to look in the mirrors, at gauges, the relative box, and communicate to other drivers — all without having an incident. If you’re using 100% of your mental capacity to drive at the limit, how will you do the other things necessary during a race? You can’t. You’re leaving no margin to deal with the tasks that have to be done plus racecraft, surprises, and the many random events that happen during a race.
Too often, ‘learning’ racers race at 100% and then have an off when things don’t go perfect. I know, I used to do this ALL THE TIME. I still do it, but less often now. Why? I leave some mental capacity on the table during the race. Yes, it may mean I’m a bit slower, but I’m also more consistent and finish races in a better position.