Following the shock #dirtconfirmed announcement back on April Fools Day, iRacing.com have released the first images from the upcoming dirt content, a traditional American Dirt Sprint Car. Work has been underway for several months to bring loose surface racing to the online only simulation, and now fans have the first opportunity to see the fruits of iRacing's labour in action using the software. With the Dirt Sprint Car featured, iRacing have also confirmed the simulation are aiming to bring both the Ford Fiesta Rallycross car, several Late Model vehicles and Eldora and Williams Grove Speedway during early dirt development for the game. Of course all the new vehicles for iRacing will be subject to the usual laserscan development process, in order to accurately recreate the cars in millimetre accuracy to their real life counterparts. Laser scanning a loose surface track will prove to be somewhat more difficult one would image, and to get round the technical difficulties, track artists from iRacing have been present on location several times to take measurements and reference images , with the aim of creating the most accurate representation possible of the circuits. It will be very interesting to see how iRacing recreate this popular form of American automobile racing in the coming months. The iRacing sub forum here at RaceDepartment is the place to go for the latest news and discussions regarding the simulation. Join in and leave a comment today! Are you looking forward to some dirt racing in iRacing? No longer a member of the service? Will dirt simulation tempt you back to the game? Let us know in the comments section below!