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Crew chief is basically what you would expect of a pit wall crew. It is roughly a spotter, but will also inform you of gap to other cars, tell you about fuel consumption, inform you on tire status and much much more. It will even calculate fuel consumption and predictions.

For the racer – Virtual Race Car Engineer fine tunes your existing baseline setup to get the most out of the car… fast. Offering whole-lap and corner-specific advice, VRCE will get the very best out of your setup. In the process, the driver tailors the setup to his individual needs and feel. The end result is a comfortable, reliable, and fast race setup ready to challenge for top positions.

SimHub is a program where you can add external hardware to your simulator. From dashboards to bass shakers, many possibilities are available and everything is modular.

For the beginner – Setup Developer Tool walks you through a step by step process of creating and customizing your very own personalized baseline race setup. It does so by asking simple questions about the car type, track type, and behavior of the car on track. Choosing from a menu of possible responses to the questions, the user describes the car and SDT offers valid setup changes for each step in the process, ultimately resulting in a user-created baseline setup personalized to your own needs.

MoTeC's i2 data analysis software has been developed over a number of years with valuable input from professional race teams worldwide. It delivers an extensive package of powerful analysis tools and innovative data management features, whilst maintaining a simple and intuitive user interface. Designed from the ground up for speed and flexibility, the i2 environment can be customised to specific user requirements. Any number and combination of graphs, gauges and reports can be analysed simultaneously. User settings, screen layouts and maths are stored with each project, making it easy to deal with multiple vehicles or motorsport categories and to share data in a team environment.


Iracing APPS

This has a whole list of information pages, that you can run on external screen, phones tablets etc. basically anything that runs a browser.

This is a software that will replace paint schemes from the somewhat simple options that iRacing offers, to full blown custom paint schemes. Not only will it allow you to load skins on to your car, but it is also needed, to see the skins others are using. This means that you may have used a skin from trading paints, but the ones who don’t have Trading Paints installed, won’t be able to see your skin. There are surprisingly many who do use it though, so if you like looking at often pretty cars, do go ahead and get it!

Have you ever wondered how the aliens go as fast as they do? Use VRS to compare your driving to the Pros. By running the TelemetryLogger, all your driving data uploads seamlessly to the cloud and is available for analysis on your PC, laptop or tablet. The easy-to-use Driving Analyzer can help you identify where and why you are losing time

Overlays for Sim Race Streaming

Specifically designed for iRacing, RaceLabApps provides overlays for both you and for any videos or streaming you might be doing. At the time of writing it is still in a Beta version, but updates have been releasing every few days from the dedicated creator, Istvan Fodor. New features and improvements are being added all the time, all communicated out via the Discord channel where this tool can also be downloaded from.