Video: Indy Pro 2000 at Belle Isle teaser by iRacing

Ride onboard iRacing’s new Indy Pro 2000 at Belle Isle and World Wide Technology Raceway. This car will be available with the Season 3 build in June and replaces the current Star Mazda.

This is what Indy Pro 2000 have to say about the real car:

“The Tatuus PM-18 debuted to rave reviews in 2018, and will remain in competition through at least 2024. The PM-18 uses the USF-17 chassis – introduced in 2017 – as the base car to help control the operational costs for teams who wish to move up.

“The chassis is a full carbon composite and aluminum honeycomb monocoque manufactured by Tatuus Racing meeting current FIA F4 safety standards including side impact panels, front and rear impact structures, HANS-compliant IndyCar head restraint, front and rear wheel tethers, upgraded uprights and an upgraded front bulkhead structure for USA specific oval racing circuits.”

Enhancements over the USF-17 include:

  • more sophisticated aerodynamics with an adjustable dual-element rear wing;
  • single-plane carbon fiber front wing with adjustable flaps and Indy Pro 2000-specific front and rear endplates;
  • larger Motegi Racing forged Technomesh monoblock alloy wheels with Cooper tires (13″x10″ fronts and 13″x12″ rears);
  • a 275 HP 2.0-liter Mazda MZR-PM18A motor developed by Elite Engines;
  • utilizing a fly-by-wire throttle system and Cosworth SQ6 engine management system;
  • power is delivered via a Sadev SL82 six-speed sequential transmission and limited-slip differential.
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