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Iracing Open Wheel Power Specs - Where our new car fits in

mclachlanol

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Formula 4 Series 2022/S3
Name
Owen McLachlan
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Mar 22, 2017
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USA, CA, San Diego
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Hey guys,

I compiled a list of the power/weight specs for all the open wheel cars available in Iracing. You can check out where your favorite car fits in:
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Dallara IR-18 (Indy Car) - HP = 700, Torque = 300 ft. lbs., Weight = 1600 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 2.28

Lotus 79 - HP = 475, Torque = 260 ft. lbs., Weight = 1270 lbs. (With Driver?), Power to Weight Ratio = 2.67

Formula Renault 3.5 - HP = 530, Torque = 325 ft. lbs., Weight = 1570 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 2.96

Tatuus PM-18 (Indy Pro 2000) - HP = 275, Torque = 190 ft. lbs., Weight = 1280 lbs. (With Driver) , Power to Weight Ratio = 4.65

Dallara F3 - HP = 220, Torque = 192 ft. lbs., Weight = 1210 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 5.50

Pro Mazda (Legacy) - HP = 240, Torque = 159 ft. lbs., Weight = 1320 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 5.50

Formula Renault 2.0 - HP = 210, Torque = 220 ft. lbs., Weight = 1295 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 6.17

Tatuus PM-17 (USF2000) - HP = 175, Torque = 160 ft. lbs., Weight = 1280 lbs. (With Driver) , Power to Weight Ratio = 7.31

Skip Barber Formula 2000 (Skippy) - HP = 150, Torque = ?, Weight = 1430 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 9.53
 

Paul Joseph Clist

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mclachlanol said:
Hey guys,

I compiled a list of the power/weight specs for all the open wheel cars available in Iracing. You can check out where your favorite car fits in:
___________________________________________________________________________________________________


Dallara IR-18 (Indy Car) - HP = 700, Torque = 300 ft. lbs., Weight = 1600 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 2.28

Lotus 79 - HP = 475, Torque = 260 ft. lbs., Weight = 1270 lbs. (With Driver?), Power to Weight Ratio = 2.67

Formula Renault 3.5 - HP = 530, Torque = 325 ft. lbs., Weight = 1570 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 2.96

Tatuus PM-18 (Indy Pro 2000) - HP = 275, Torque = 190 ft. lbs., Weight = 1280 lbs. (With Driver) , Power to Weight Ratio = 4.65

Dallara F3 - HP = 220, Torque = 192 ft. lbs., Weight = 1210 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 5.50

Pro Mazda (Legacy) - HP = 240, Torque = 159 ft. lbs., Weight = 1320 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 5.50

Formula Renault 2.0 - HP = 210, Torque = 220 ft. lbs., Weight = 1295 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 6.17

Tatuus PM-17 (USF2000) - HP = 175, Torque = 160 ft. lbs., Weight = 1280 lbs. (With Driver) , Power to Weight Ratio = 7.31

Skip Barber Formula 2000 (Skippy) - HP = 150, Torque = ?, Weight = 1430 lbs. (With Driver), Power to Weight Ratio = 9.53

This was very interesting to read :) Thanks buddy :) 
 
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