iRacing Dirt Preview by Andrew Fayash of The Simpit

Shaun Cole On April 3, 2017
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The Simpit is proud to introduce our new cast member Andrew Fayash.  If you follow the show, Andrew was Shaun's personal coach for the Truck Series a few seasons ago.  He is an alien of the oval racing world and a real life dirt track racer.

Andrew has been patiently waiting for the release of Dirt by iRacing.  He has joined our team in anticipation of this new genre of racing and he is our in house dirt racing Pro.  

This being Andrews first official video with The Simpit is his take on the Dirt Track racing by iRacing.  He covers the realism, the setups and the actual driving of these cars.


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Tim Chitwood Tim Chitwood
Okay 20 minutes is too short. Make the races an hour. Can you make it w/o pitting? I don't know, but with or w/o pitting it would be fun.

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Tony Reynolds Tony Reynolds
Thanks for the breakdown of your driving next to the best of your race. This comparison was an eye opener to how I should be driving compared to how I am actually driving.  You keep referring to trail breaking I'm relatively new to this new IRacing,(was an original owner of the first Nascar and had spend hours upon hours doing it.)  And I just don't get how it helps or hurts your racing style, I'll keep watching thanks for the video's and keep going fast. Tony

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Tim Chitwood Tim Chitwood
Great review really broke it down. 

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Aviev Akhmad Aviev Akhmad
Hi Shaun,

there are a lot of profle size in 80/20 inc, what profile size did you use on this demo? 1" would be stromg enought?


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Tim Chitwood Tim Chitwood
While I can't imagine wanting an Hyundai interior, it is very well done and looks incredible. Well done.

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