The Aston Martin DBR9 is coming to iRacing. Not much has been revealed about the arrival date, beyond this final render being shared.
But it looks good and has already has a positive response. It follows the news that iRacing.com and the SRO Motorsports Group are setting up an iRacing Blancpain GT Series for 2016, which will be the first professional endurance sim racing series.
Around 40 teams will compete, using the recent iRacing driver swap feature to be able to change racers during events lasting up to six hours.
It will use many of the tracks in the current Blancpain series, including Brands Hatch, Monza, Silverstone, Spa and more, and there will be cash, merchandise and other prizes for team, driver and manufacturer categories.