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      07-25-2021, 03:02 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by shiftdnb View Post
I've been on iracing for almost 3 years now. Trick to iracing is to buy your subscription during Black Friday Sale. You can also race rookie cars and their series championships without having to purchase any tracks. You don't have to buy all the cars and tracks. Find a car you want to run and stick with it. Also participate in 8 races during a season (12 races) and you can gain credits to spend on cars and tracks.
This is pretty much what I used to do with iRacing. I was primarily using the rookie cars and tracks until I upgraded my license class, at which point I invested in only cars and tracks that 'fit' my interest, i.e. open wheel/GT cars over any stock cars/trucks, and road race type tracks, rather than ovals etc.
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