iRacing setups for the NASCAR Class C Trucks at Homestead-Miami Speedway are available for free download on these pages. If there are more than 9 iRacing setups available for this truck/track, look for navigation links near the bottom of each page. The newest setups are at the end of the last page.
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- Save these setup files to the appropriate folder for the truck you drive.
C:\Documents\iRacing\setups\trucks <your truck>\
- 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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Homestead-Miami Speedway 224 NASCAR iRacing Class C Truck Setup for 110° Track Temperature by James Brooks
Here’s a NASCAR iRacing Class C Truck setup for Homestead-Miami Speedway 2022 Season 4. This setup was prepared for 110° track temperature by James Brooks.
Homestead-Miami Speedway 211 NASCAR iRacing Class C Truck Setup for 78° Track Temperature by Charles Davis
Here’s a NASCAR iRacing Class C Truck setup for Homestead-Miami Speedway 2021 Season 1. This setup was prepared for 78° track temperature by Charles Davis.
That setup is drastically different from how I usually set a car up so it takes some getting used too. I’ve never run that much offset on the bar so accelerating to fix a push on old tires is a new experience for me.
That said this sucker is fast and doesn’t really fall off unless you are driving it really hard! On a side note if you try to make a derivative for Q, increasing the air pressure by 3lbs all the way around is NOT the way to do it! Unless you like qualifying on patch ice that is…
Ran this setup last night and win the first race I ran it in them finished 3rd in the second race. This sucker is super fast
new build it gets a tad tight on the long run but good job dude
On the first pitstop I dropped the air pressure on the left sides down to 24.5lbs and it ran the bottom the rest of the race no problem. If I run another I’ll try going down to 23lbs maybe a touch less? (Following the philosophy I’ve lived most of my life by. If a little is good, a lot is better, and even more is better than that!)
I found this setup to be a bit loose for the first two laps, then look out. It never really dropped. I had some 50-55 lap runs and the fall off was minimal. The fact that it could run an entire fuel run on one set was great. Everyone else is pitting 30-35 laps in and you just keep going, It would hug the bottom and pass cars like they were standing still. It was also great coming off the turn. You could go full throttle and stay on the inside of the car your passing.
I agree i will be looking for this guys setups