iRacing setups for the Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Late Model at Irwindale Speedway are available for free download on these pages. If there are more than 9 iRacing setups available for this car/track, look for the navigation links near the bottom of the page.
How to Open the Setups
- Save these setup files to C:\Documents\iRacing\setups\latemodel\.
- Do not attempt to open the setup file in Windows.
- Load the setup in the iRacing simulation under Garage – My Setups.
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Here is the iRacing Late Model setup for Irwindale Speedway (Outer) 2016 Season 2, prepared by Jeremy Adams.
Here's my Irwindale Speedway (Outer) setup for 2016 Season 2 (afternoon racing).
Irwindale Speedway 162 iRacing Asphalt Late Model Setup v.1 for 101° Track Temperature by John Jones
Here's version 1 of an Irwindale setup provided by John Jones for 2016 Season 2.
Irwindale Speedway 162 iRacing Asphalt Late Model Setup v.2 for 101° Track Temperature by John Jones
Here's another version of an Irwindale setup provided by John Jones for 2016 Season 2.
Here is the Irwindale Speedway setup for 2016 Season 3, prepared by Jeremy Adams.
After a nice long vacation from building setups, I return with this Late Model setup for Irwindale Speedway 2016 Season 4. This setup represents a departure from the way most iRacing Late Model setups are being built right now, and, for me, a return to my earlier methods. With this build, iRacing seems to have gotten some of the aspects of the physics a little closer to science. For a few seasons, the physics involved in tire stagger just didn't work. Tire stagger can be calculated mathematically if you know the radius and banking of the turn, the track width of the car, and the circumference of the left rear…
Here's my Irwindale Speedway (Outer) setup for 2017 Season 1 (afternoon racing). It has enough fuel to run about 80 green flag laps.
Here's my Late Model setup for Irwindale Speedway 2017 Season 4.
Here's my Late Model setup for Irwindale Speedway 2018 Season 1. It's late afternoon racing this season so the default track temperature will be about 85°. I must say, this setup is perfect to me though your mileage may vary. The right side temps are dead even after 20 laps. The setup has 7 gallons of fuel. Maybe you could make 50 green flag laps on 6 gallons, but it would be very close.