- This page contains all of the Street Stock iRacing Setups that I’ve accumulated.
- The setups are sorted in alphabetical order by track name, for your convenience.
- If I happen to run across a setup that seems to be outdated and useless, I delete it. I can’t possibly test all of these setups, so if you should run across a setup that seems to be outdated, please contact me and I’ll check it out.
- If you can’t get the setups to download, it’s most likely your anti-virus software that is causing the problem. These are not common files and they also have an uncommon .sto extension. Please see your anti-virus software documentation for help with this. Microsoft Internet Explorer also sometimes presents some problems with downloading these files. I recommend Google Chrome.
- Save these setup files to C:/Documents/iRacing/setups/streetstock/.
Bristol Motor Speedway
Beck prepared this setup for Bristol Motor Speedway. The setup is pretty tight but it works well if you loosen it up.
Charlotte Legends Oval
Here’s an iRacing Street Stock setup for the Charlotte Legends Oval that was prepared by Michael Goodson. I haven’t tested this setup.
Here is a Charlotte Legends Oval setup that was prepared by Jeff Kendrick.
Charlotte Motor Speedway Oval
The only time the iRacing Street Stocks (class C) see the Charlotte Oval is during week 13, so you’ll need a setup if you want to compete in those races. This Charlotte setup was prepared by Brian D. Green. Brian could turn low to mid 35s on this setup.
Here’s another setup for the Charlotte oval, this one prepared by Christopher Harris. I have no additional information for this setup, and I haven’t the time to test it. Eventually I will test the setup and post any update.
Scotty Walker prepared this iRacing setup for the Charlotte Oval.
Here’s a Charlotte setup prepared by Michael Goodson. I haven’t tested this setup yet.
Back up your entry into turn one, go easy, get a good run off the turn. You should run flat out until you get to turn three which brings you to the front stretch. Roll easy exiting turn three.
This Concord Speedway setup was prepared by David Fields. David says he turns 18.4s and 18.5s with the setup.
Jeff Kendrick prepared these Street Stock setups for Concord Speedway.
This iRacing setup is for Iowa Speedway, and was prepared by Brian D. Green. It is intended as a stable, baseline setup. It should put you around the middle of the pack if your racing in a pretty decent field of drivers. Your mileage may vary. There are faster iRacing Street Stock setups, but this one is meant to be stable throughout the race.
When you enter turn one, lift a little early, earlier than you will entering turn three. Let the car roll down to a mid to late apex. Get back on the throttle at apex. You should be able to go right to full throttle right away. Allow the car to drift out to the wall as you exit turn two. Drive a little deeper into turn three before you lift. Begin your turn just before you lift. Roll down to the yellow line, again with mid to late apex. Get back in the throttle at apex and drift to the wall out of turn four. You can experiment with throttle driving in turns three and four.
Here is Beck’s Street Stock setup for Iowa Speedway.
Irwindale Speedway – Outer Oval
Beck prepared this setup for Irwindale Speedway.
Jeff Kendrick provided these Street Stock setups for Irwindale Speedway.
This Langley setup was prepared for a night race by Brian D. Green. The trick with this setup, and to some degree any setup you use for this track, is getting off the corner. It’s really the key to this track. Ease back into the throttle. Be careful about using too much throttle when the steering wheel is too far to the left. Turn a ton of laps and you’ll get a feel for it. Also, try to drive the track like a circle, very low in the corners and right up to the wall on the straights, similar to the Lanier line.
Here is Beck’s setup for Langley Speedway.
Jeff Kendrick prepared the following Street Stock setups for Langley Speedway.
Lanier National Speedway
Here’s an iRacing Street Stock setup for Lanier National Speedway that was prepared by Michael Goodson.
Here are a couple of Lanier setups provided by Jeff Kendrick, one for day and one for night.
Here is a day race setup for Lanier, provided by Brandon Mills. This is a third gear setup. Roll through the turns. Apply throttle about 1/2 to 3/4 of the way through each turn.
New Smyrna Speedway
New Smyrna Speedway is one of the best tracks on the iRacing service. Here’s a decent setup for New Smyrna Speedway that was prepared by Jeff Kendrick.
Oxford Plains Speedway
This Oxford setup was prepared by David Lam. Stay about halfway up on the straightaways. The line is the same for any setup. The trick is staying on it consistently.
Here’s another Street Stock setup for Oxford Plains, this one prepared by Brian D. Green. You will need to exercise a lot of throttle control on corner exit. You shouldn’t use any brakes on this track at all, it will only hurt you. Expect times in the low 17 second range.
This Oxford Plains Speedway setup was prepared by Michael Goodson. I haven’t tested this setup.
Here’s Beck’s Street Stock setup for Oxford Plains Speedway.
Jeff Kendrick provided this setup for Oxford Plains.
Phoenix International Raceway
Here’s an iRacing Street Stock setup for Phoenix International Raceway that was prepared by Brandon Leonard.
Beck provided this setup for Phoenix.
Richmond International Raceway
Beck provided this Street Stock setup for Richmond International Raceway.
Here is a Street Stock setup for Rockingham Speedway that was prepared by David Fields.
Beck prepared this setup for Rockingham Speedway.
South Boston Speedway
Here’s what I have for South Boston. These setups run in third gear. They are pretty good for the night races, but could probably be loosened a little bit using stagger or other means.
Stafford Motor Speedway
Jeff Kendrick provided four setups for Stafford Motor Speedway.
Here’s another Stafford setup prepared for 84 degrees and cloudy by Jeff Kendrick.
Here is a Stafford setup that was prepared by Brian D. Green. I have not had time to test the setup at this point.
Here is Beck’s Stafford Motor Speedway for the iRacing Street Stock.
Thompson International Speedway
This iRacing setup for Thompson International Speedway was prepared by Spencer Prete. He has a reputation for driving loose setups, and this one is very loose. I didn’t test it much. With some practice it might be drivable, but I doubt it. It may feel shaky on the first couple of laps due to the low tire pressures, but it should stabilize. Go steady and easy on the brakes on entry, and ease into the throttle on exit.
This iRacing setup for Thompson International Speedway was prepared by Brian D. Green. It’s a little bit loose for the first couple of laps, then settles in nicely. Go very easy on the throttle on the first couple of laps. Stay above the dark patch in the turns. When you exit the turns, get your left side tires in the dark patch. The setup is prepared with ten gallons of fuel but you might get away with nine gallons, depending on your driving style. If you feel uncomfortably loose in the first few laps, raise the right rear spring perch a little. That will raise the right rear ride height and tighten the car a little bit. The car tends to pull left under braking, so don’t brake too hard. If you find yourself over-braking and spinning on entry, add more front brake and brake a little earlier.
Here’s a Thompson setup prepared by Michael Goodson. I haven’t tested the setup yet.
Here is Jeff Kendrick’s collection of setups for Thompson International Speedway. The first one was prepared for cool 64 degree weather.
USA International Speedway
Here’s the setup that I made for the new night lighting at USA International Speedway.
Here is my setup for USA International Speedway. It’s stable and it’s about as balanced as an iRacing Street Stock can be as far as I know.
Somebody shared this setup with me but I don’t recall who it was. It’s pretty fast and seems a little loose at time. Some may prefer it as an alternative to the setup above.