PORSCHE GT3 CUP (991 GEN II)

Porsche presented the first Cup car back in 1990 based on the much loved 964 making its debut in the German Carrera Cup, from 1993 Porsche established the Supercup as part of the support bill for Formula 1 to date 4,251 individual cars have been sold and five generations have grassed the world race tracks.

In 2017 iRacing introduced the 991 to the world before joining with Porsche in 2019 to launch the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup with the view to brining the online and real world racing closer together and an added incentive of $200,000USD for the winners of the championship.

XVR Sim Racing will be competing with the Porsche GT3  Cup (991 Gen II) within the 24H Series Esports by VCO, Porsche iRacing Cup and the ASR Endurance Championship.

Race Statistic

Debut: iRacing Special Event 24H Nurburgring, 04.05.2019

First Win: Daniel Harper, Lime Rock Park, 04.12.2019 

Wins: 10 

Podiums: 41 

Pole Positions: 8 

Fastest Laps: 5

Highlights: N/A

Technical Data   

Engine dissplacment: 3,996 cc; Stroke 81.5 mm: bore 102 mm 

Power output: 357 kW (485 HP) at 7500 rpm

Gearbox: Six-speed sequential dog-type transmission 

Differential: Mechanical differential lock

Weight: 2,645.55 lbs (1,200 kg) 

Fuel: Direct fuel injection, minimum 98 RON

Aspiration: Naturally-aspirated

Height: 1,246 mm (49,06 inch)

Length: 4,564 mm (179,01 inch)

Width: 1,980 mm (77,95 inch)

Wheelbase: 2,456 mm (96.69 inch)

Steering: Power assisted rack and pinion

Brakes:  Aluminium monobloc racing brake calipers with ‘anti-knock back’ piston springs (Six- piston front / Four-piston rear)

Suspension: (Front) Adjustable McPherson suspension strut for height, camber, toe, adjustable forged mounts / (Rear) Adjustable multi-link suspension for height, camber, toe, forged mounts

DALLARA P217 LM2 

Dallara’s return to prototype racing for the first time since the original Audi R18 TDI, the P217 made its debut in 2017. The car competes in the LMP2 class in both the FIA World Endurance Championship and European Le Mans Series, while a Daytona Prototype International-spec version of the car races at the top
level of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with Cadillac branding as part of a relationship with General Motors.

Introduced in 2020 the P217 forms part of a further partnership with Dallara and planed replacement for the outgoing Honda HPD. Working together with iRacing the Dallara P217 LMP2 now plays a vital roll in endurance racing offering drivers the opportunity to race online in the European Endurance Series and iRacing IMSA Online Sportscar Championships. 

XVR Sim Racing will be competing with the Dallara P217 in the European Endurance Series, European Sprint Series and selected 2021 iRacing special events.

Race Statistic

Debut: iRacing Petit Le Mans, 04.10.2020

First Win: Michael Gray, Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval, 15.10.2020

Wins: 4

Podiums: 11

Pole Positions: 4  

Fastest Laps: N/A

Highlights: 2020 2nd in class at the Petit Le Mans Road Atlanta, 2021 4th in class at 24H Daytona 

Technical Data   

Engine displacement: 4,200 cc

Power output: 450 kW (600 HP) at 8700 rpmGibson GK-428 4.2 litre V8

Gearbox: Xtrac P1159F Six-speed sequential semi automatic paddle-shift 

Differential: N/A

Weight: 2,050 lbs (930 kg) 

Fuel: 75 Litres (20 US Gal) 

Aspiration: Naturally-aspirated

Height: 1,050 mm (41 inch)

Length: 4,745 mm (186.8 inch)

Width: 1,900 mm (74.8 inch)

Wheelbase: 3,010 mm (118.5 inch)

Steering: N/A

Brakes:  Brembo Carbon Disks and pads

Suspension: Double wishbone independent pushrod, (Front) Push rod with torsion bars, (Rear) Push rod with spring

FORD MUSTANG GT  

The Ford Mustang carries on a long tradition of Ford involvement in Supercars competition. Introduced in time for the 2018 season, it’s already claimed back-to-back drivers’ championships in the capable hands of DJR Team Penske driver Scott McLaughlin. DJR used the Mustang to claim its 100th victory in Supercars competition in 2019, and will look to score yet another championship for 2020.

The iRacing.com V8 Supercars Series is the officially-sanctioned online racing series of the hugely successful V8 Supercar Series. It’s also the online home of one of motorsport’s great rivalries, where the Ford Mustang GT and the Holden ZB Commodore go door-to-door on some of the world’s most legendary road courses

XVR Sim Racing will be competing with the Ford Mustang GT in the Euro V8 Supercars Championship. 

Race Statistic

Debut: Road America, 10.12.2019

First Win: Johnny Brandon, Road America, 31.12.2019

Wins: 19

Podiums: 55 

Pole Positions: 16  

Fastest Laps: N/A

Highlights: Season 8 Racetech Euro V8 Supercar Championship; Racetech Cup (Nicol Foggie) 2020; Teams Championship 2020

Technical Data   

Engine Displacement: 4989cc at 10:1 compression ratio  

Power Output: 473 kW (635 HP) at 7,500 rpm, Prodrive racing Ford 5.0 litre V8

Gearbox: Albins ST6 Six Speed Sequential transaxle 

Differential: Integrated spool circuit-dependent

Weight: 3,109 lbs (1,410 kg) 

Fuel Delivery: Dry-break refuelling system, E85 112 Litres

Aspiration: Naturally-aspirated 

Height: N/A

Length: N/A

Width: N/A

Wheelbase: 2,829 mm (112 inch)

Steering: Power assisted rack and pinion

Brakes: AP Racing disc brakes, (Front) 6 piston calipers 395 mm vented steel rotors, (Rear) 4 piston calipers 355 mm vented steel rotors  

Suspension: Adjustable shock absorbers and anti-roll bar, (Front) Double wishbone coil over spring, (Rear) Double wishbone independent suspension fully adjustable from cockpit  

HOLDEN XB COMMODORE 

The Holden Commodore ZB continues Holden’s long and storied history as one of the most prominent brands in Supercars action. The ZB made its debut in the 2018 season, replacing the popular VF and immediately finding victory lane its first race out with Shane Van Gisbergen. The ZB has already significantly expanded Holden?s lead on the most wins in Supercars history, a number which totals well over 500 at the end of the 2019 season, and is campaigned by its two winning-est teams of all time, Triple Eight Race Engineering and Walkinshaw Andretti United.

The iRacing.com V8 Supercars Series is the officially-sanctioned online racing series of the hugely successful V8 Supercar Series. It’s also the online home of one of motorsport’s great rivalries, where the Ford Mustang GT and the Holden ZB Commodore go door-to-door on some of the world’s most legendary road courses

XVR Sim Racing will be competing with the Ford Mustang GT in the Euro V8 Supercars Championship. 

Race Statistic

Debut: Road America, 10.12.2019

First Win: Johnny Brandon, Road America, 12.12.2019

Wins: 38

Podiums: 86 

Pole Positions: 41

Fastest Laps: N/A

Highlights: Season 8 Racetech Euro V8 Supercar Championship; Club Championship (Steve Levallee) 2020; Teams Championship 2020; Season 9 Racetech Euro V8 Supercar Championship; Racetech Cup (Johnny Brandon) 2020; Forever Forward (Johnny Brandon) 2020; Safe Driver Award (Steve Le-Vallee) 2020; Teams Championship 2020

Technical Data   

Engine Displacement: 4989cc at 10:1 compression ratio  

Power Output: 462 kW (620 HP) at 7,500 rpm, KRE 5.0 litre V8

Gearbox: Albins ST6 Six Speed Sequential transaxle 

Differential: Integrated spool circuit-dependent

Weight: 3,109 lbs (1,410 kg) 

Fuel Delivery: Dry-break refuelling system, E85 112 Litres

Aspiration: Naturally-aspirated 

Height: N/A

Length: N/A

Width: N/A

Wheelbase: 2,829 mm (112 inch)

Steering: Power assisted rack and pinion

Brakes: AP Racing disc brakes, (Front) 6 piston calipers 395 mm vented steel rotors, (Rear) 4 piston calipers 355 mm vented steel rotors  

Suspension: Adjustable shock absorbers and anti-roll bar, (Front) Double wishbone coil over spring, (Rear) Double wishbone independent suspension fully adjustable from cockpit  

PRO 2 LITE, PRO 2 & PRO 4 TRUCK  

The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) pits the top short course off-road racing drivers against each other across an ever-expanding series of fan-friendly, pulse-pounding tracks. Born from the long-standing traditional home of midwestern short course off-road racing, and enlivened by the fast-emerging west coast short course movement, Lucas Oil Off Road Racing is the premier series in the world off short course off-road.

Production based, four-wheel drive race trucks bosting up to 900 horsepower and up to 20 inches of wheel travel. Designed to race in some of the most rugged conditions in motorsports, often traversing upwards of 100 feet into the air on massive jumps, carving through the dirt in high-speed corners, and taking heavy contact from other vehicles.

XVR Sim Racing will be competing with the Lucas Oil Off Road Pro 2 Lite, Pro 2 and Pro 4 Trucks within the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series.

Race Statistic

Debut: Daytona International Speedway Rallycross Long, 10.04.2020

First Win: N/A 

Wins: 0

Podiums: 9

Pole Positions: 2

Fastest Laps: 1

Highlights: N/A

 

Technical Data   

Engine displacement: N/A 

Power output: 521 – 597 kW (700 – 800 hp), RPM unlimited

Gearbox: Production based automatic transmission with three 3 forward gears, Transmissions must be standard production

Differential: Rear differential must be spool type only approved by LOORRS

Weight: 4,200 lbs (1905 kg) 

Fuel: MOTEC fuel injection system  / LOORRS Gasoline without added oil VP

Aspiration: Naturally-aspirated

Height: N/A

Length: N/A

Width:  2362 mm (93 inch)

Wheelbase: 2972 mm (117 inch)

Steering: Hydraulic power steering

Brakes:  Steel disc brakes with magnetic rotors using standard metal mounting

Suspension: Four corner coil over suspension, (Rear) Four bar rear suspension