INDYCAR CSR2, tune and shift pattern
The INDYCAR is the CSR2 America Series Final Prize Car of Season 132. The INDYCAR is the fastest car (July 2021) in Tier 5.
The Racing Series is a motorsport series from the United States, organized by IndyCar. The series is the highest category in American championship car racing. It was founded in 1996 as an offshoot of the CART Indy Car World Series as the Indy Racing League. Since 2003, the series has borne its current name and raced on natural race tracks for the first time in 2005. Until 2007, it shared the position as the top U.S. formula series with the CART/Champ Car Championship. The latter merged with the IndyCar Series for the 2008 season. In 2020 Roger Penske bought the series, he is the former CART co-founder. The most important race in the Series is the Indianapolis 500.
Unlike Formula 1, the IndyCar grid uses the same chassis and aerodynamic kit, with power coming from one of two engine manufacturers – Honda or Chevrolet. In 2021, the Series will host 17 races at 15 rounds in the U.S., with double headers at Texas and Detroit. Grid sizes are a bit more fluid than in Formula 1, with most races featuring 24 or 25 drivers, ballooning to a 33-driver field for the blue riband event, the Indianapolis 500. Teams have anywhere from one to six cars, and teammates typically don’t share the same livery. Some drivers even have a different color scheme for each race.
The Dallara DW12 carbon fiber chassis is used by the entire field. The cars run 2.2-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engines from Honda and Chevrolet and produce between 550 and 700 horsepower, depending on the boost and the track (on ovals, the lower power is usually used for durability and safety reasons). In 2023, this will all change – engine size will increase to 2.4 liters, while the addition of KERS will add a hybrid element as power increases to 900 hp.
The CSR2 INDYCAR
The 5 purple star INDYCAR can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The INDYCAR should run 6.787s. To sum up, the INDYCAR is one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
|America Series Final||Season 132|
INDYCAR tune and shift pattern
|NOS||186 / 4.1|
|Tires||53 / 47|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, 11mph 2nd, 38mph 3rd, 7800rpm NOS, rest shifts at 12000rpm|