iRacing.com have today deployed a new build for the simulation, bringing with it a preview version of the new UI and adding a long awaiting Time Attack mode. Although the new UI is labelled up as a 'preview' of the complete version, the UI is useable immediately and does contain a large portion of the functionality it is expected to contain once the final, complete version is released over the next few weeks and months. Those preferring to run the original UI can switch between the two at any stage. Build Update Change Log Available options at launch of UI preview view scheduled seasons and sessions join/withdraw from both official and non-official sessions create and join hosted sessions launch test sessions update and purchase content (via redirect to existing membersite) view and join time attack competitions view time attack standings time trials VR Coming at a later date use web team or league functionality (However you could join a league race directly from hosted) access the forums paint items view results or other statistics manage your account/profile/friends file protests manage replays spectate or ghost (outside of TA) drive like an alien (unless you are one) Why are some features not available yet? As mentioned, the user interface is only a preview. Hence, users still have the choice between the new and the old UI/ web interface. But do remember that whatever you do in one of them will carry over to the other one. They are just two different ways of accessing one game (iRacing). iRacing will continue to improve the new UI over time, so that one day it will be able to make a definitive switch. What about Time Attack? On the other hand, Time Attack is not a preview. However, it can only be accessed through the new UI. The new UI can Either be launched by hitting “Time Attack” on the members site, or by double-clicking on the iRacingSim64DX11.exe in your iRacing directory. What if I find a bug? Should discover that something is not working correctly, then this might be due to a technical issue on iRacing’s side, which could be solved within a couple of hours. Should the issue persist, then you can file a bug report via the “feedback” option in the new UI. iRacing also has a list of known issues, which you can view here. iRacing.com is a PC racing simulation that hosts large scale online multiplayer racing events. Check out the iRacing.com sub forum here at RaceDepartment for the latest news and discussions regarding the simulation. Have you tried the new UI preview build yet? What are your impressions of the update so far? Do you think Time Attack is a valuable feature for the sim, and do you think this portion of the title will be heavily used by the community? Let us know in the comments section below!