While a previous version of the famous American circuit has been available for some time, now RaceRoom gets a new Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with three layouts, including the famous oval.
It follows the recent release of TT Circuit Assen for RaceRoom, and obviously the 2.5 mile (4.023km) oval layout has been a big omission in the past. So now you’ll be able to race the Formula RaceRoom US car at the Brickyard. Which is nice.
The previous version of the circuit will remain available, with the 4.078km Grand Prix layout, and the 4.218km Moto configuration now known as Indianapolis 2012, and costing £2.48 to purchase from the RaceRoom store.
But the new version, titled Indianapolis Motor Speedway includes the current 3.925km Road Course, the 4.078km Historic layout, and the aforementioned 4.023km oval. It’ll cost you £4.14 to purchase the latest updated track pack if you buy it separately, although it’s also included in the Premium Pack, which features everything currently available for the sim.
Personally, it’s a bit less exciting for me than Assen. The majority of the cars in RaceRoom are saloons, touring cars and endurance machines, which will be fun on the road layouts, and the selection of open wheel cars fast enough to be fun on the oval is fairly small. But I can imagine American motorsport fans will probably have the opposite opinions, and I certainly wouldn’t complain about trying to hustle the GTO Classics IMSA Mustang, Nissan 300ZX or Audi 90 Quattro around the road course in multiplayer.
You can download Raceroom Racing Experience on the PC for free via Steam. Some additional content is available via Steam, but everything can be purchased via the official game store.
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