The new MT Washington Hillclimb stage in iRacing was recently released. Is it any good? will we see more of this point to point layouts in the future?
Recently, the new MT Washington Hillclimb stage in iRacing was released. It is the first time the point to point style layout of course has been released on the platform.
Will we see more Hillclimb stages in the future? We certainly hope so, as many sim racers and motorsport fans love a good point to point stage racing. Take Rally, Pikes Peak, and other Hillclimb stages across the globe.
The move from iRacing could be a teaser to find out its popularity, but getting back to MT Washington Nick Grabau takes to the stage to find out how good it is.
Driving the Subaru WRX STI Nick goes on to mention ” I’m not a big iRacing user, but I really wanted to try this out as it is definitely something unique and new for the sim, being the first point-to-point track in iRacing!
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