As the globe hunkers down from COVID-19 it's opened new doors to simracing. F1 having a deal with Codemasters has announced a series featuring some of their drivers taking to the field with F1 2019, although they'll be using fixed setups and driver assist. Perhaps a testament to their more arcade like physics. IMSA followed suite with iRacing, a decision made in a large part due to the commercialization that iRacing has always focused on. Its the only sim package that I'm aware of thats actually paid known name drivers to regularly compete online. IndyCar just announced a virtual series, like IMSA they teamed with iRacing for an undisclosed contract. I wonder if this Brave New World is doing anything to boost rFactor2 sales?