iRacing setups for the Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Late Model Sportsman at Martinsville Speedway are available on these pages. If there are more than 9 iRacing setups available for this car/track combination, 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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Martinsville Speedway 161 iRacing Asphalt Late Model Setup for 103° Track Temperature by Jeremy Adams
Here's a setup made by Jeremy Adams for Martinsville Speedway 2016 Season 1. You might try just a little bit more stagger in this setup.
Here's the Late Model setup for Martinsville Speedway 2016 Season 1. It has enough fuel to run about 55 green flag laps.
Martinsville Speedway 162 iRacing Asphalt Late Model Setup for 103° Track Temperature by Jeremy Adams
Here is an iRacing Late Model setup for Martinsville Speedway 2016 Season 2, prepared by Jeremy Adams.
Martinsville Speedway 163 iRacing Asphalt Late Model Setup for 103° Track Temperature by Jeremy Adams
Here's a Late Model setup for Martinsville Speedway 2016 Season 3. If you want to run official races with this setup, you can take out some of the fuel. It has enough to run at least 100 green flag laps.
Here's the iRacing Late Model setup for Martinsville Speedway 2016 Season 4 (afternoon racing). This setup has enough fuel for about 125 laps. For a 50 lap race you can start with 7-8 gallons of fuel.
Here's my Martinsville Speedway baseline setup for 2017 Season 1 (afternoon racing). It is stable and the tire wear looks good. It has enough fuel to run at least 75 green flag laps.
Here's my iRacing Late Model setup for Martinsville Speedway 2017 Season 2 (afternoon racing). The setup was tested using default weather and has enough fuel to run at least 50 green flag laps. The balance is pretty much perfect so it will last if you don't overdrive it.
UPDATE 8/14/17 - The car actually felt a little tight on the setup, and on very long runs (30+ laps) the right front was running a little hotter, so I raised the stagger a little bit more and made a couple of minor adjustments. On shorter runs the right rear was getting a little hotter but it turns around and goes the other way the longer you run. I would expect the car to get slightly loose somewhere between 10 and 15 laps then tighten up as you go on. I have two Martinsville Speedway 2017 Season 3 setups. For me, this setup is about a tenth faster than version…
I have two Martinsville Speedway 2017 Season 3 setups. For me, this setup is about a tenth slower than version 1 and doesn't feel as comfortable. The tire wear seems to be pretty even if you are not abusive. Here is the basic process used to build this setup. Start with iRacing baseline for Martinsville. Adjust the shocks. Run a few laps, increase stagger. Repeat until the car feels comfortable. Tweak for tire wear balance on longer runs. The goal with this version was to make a setup without changing the iRacing spring set. I made it to 2 inches of stagger. The goal for version 1 was to start…