This Website, OSRacing.net, provides iRacing setups to the public. OSRacing.net gathers iRacing setups from various other websites, and setups are shared with me. All of the setups that OSRacing.net provides are either:
- publicly available elsewhere, or
- have been shared with me within the iRacing simulation, by email, through Discord or some other medium, or
- are made by me.
All setup builders should be aware of the fact that iRacing owns the software. If you modify (build) a setup, you don’t own it and you have no claim to it.
If you see one of your setups on this website you can politely ask me to remove it. Although I am under no obligation to remove any iRacing setup, I will remove setups upon polite request, provided that I believe beyond any reasonable doubt that you are the setup builder for the setup concerned. If I am not convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that you are the setup builder for the setup concerned, I will ask you to prove your identity by emailing me a picture of you holding a government issued picture ID. The picture must clearly show your actual face, your face depicted on the ID, and your full name on the ID. All other information can be redacted. The only remove requests that will be considered must be made by the individual who is credited with building the setup. If the setup is credited to a group, team, or other organization, only a verified representative of the group, team, or organization may request removal.
All setups that are provided for download on OSRacing.net are for the sole purpose of normal use in the iRacing simulation. Normal use includes using the setup for practice, racing, time trial, or other normal iRacing activities, and modifying the setup to your personal preference. Any other purpose is a violation of these Terms. If the administrator discovers that any individual has downloaded an iRacing setup for any purpose that is not defined here, that individual will be permanently blocked from accessing the OSRacing.net website.
You must enter your first and last name as they appear on iRacing in the download form when you download setups from OSRacing.net. Failure to enter your first and last name as shown on iRacing will result in permanent loss of access to the OSRacing.net website.
If I have banned you from accessing the OSRacing.net website, any attempt to intentionally circumvent that ban is considered an attack on the OSRacing.net website and is a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Your activities will be documented and sent to your ISP’s abuse department and may be reported to federal authorities.
This document was last updated on June 20, 2018.