Building up to a proposed March 29th release, iRacing have revealed a new trailer showcasing the upcoming addition of loose surface dirt oval racing to the service. With one of the most substantial updates to ever be attempted by the team behind iRacing waiting in the wings for a release at the end of this month, the team in America have released a nice teaser trailer of the new racing discipline in a effort to help fans pass the time whilst we await a first public release. Adding a brand new racing surface and all the associated technical challenges that entails is no mean feat for iRacing.com, and if the update proves to be successfully deployed come March 29th the team should be applauded for their work undertaken over the last 12 months of development. First announced back on April Fools Day 2016, it took quite a time for the general sim racing genre to fully appreciate that iRacing were seriously gearing up for this massive departure from the usual type of racing simulated within the sim. Now the dust has well and truly settled down, iRacing have been hard at work securing many impressive licences for this unique form of motorsport and engaging many big name US dirt oval drivers to aid development, so the new update should stand a very real chance of providing the closest to reality experience of dirt oval racing sim racers can participate in today. You can view the new trailer below: Upon it's release, iRacing will boast Dirt Sprint Cars, Dirt Late Models, Dirt Street Stock, NASCAR Camping World Trucks machines and Legends cars as well as the Eldora Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway and Volusia Speedway Park tracks. iRacing is an online only racing simulation available for PC. Utilising a subscription based system, content can be purchased as individual items priced per piece. Check out the iRacing sub forum here at RaceDepartment to engage with your fellow iRacing fans. Leave a comment about your thoughts on the game, or download one of the many community created setups to help boost your competitive advantage! Did you enjoy the new trailer? Looking forward to trying out dirt in the game? Share your thoughts and opinions with us below!