iGP Manager – Scored my first points!

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Absolutely delighted with my race in Italy on Wednesday. Many of the runners had tire issues, and I had to manage mine quite closely to make them last the entire stints. Really pleased with a ninth and tenth-place finish – BOTH drivers in the points! This was my third race.

Development is focused on next season, as with only four races left I don’t feel there’s much point wasting time on this season. I do hope to get the occasional points finish like this a lot more regularly next season.

I am really enjoying iGP Manager, which is free to play, but I do feel the 2D race viewer is essential to get the best out of it, and that 2D viewer requires a subscription…

TODAY the iGP team gave a promo code for a 50% discount, so if you’re interested, grab it while you can! (And don’t forget to use my code when you sign up, so I am credited with referring you!)

My referral code (during the free signup): IGP7199635

2D is free for a few races when you first sign up. But as this promo code (below) expires by July 31st, 2012, make sure you subscribe for 12-months before then!

50% 12-month 2D discount (limited time): ABF004D7

2 thoughts on “iGP Manager – Scored my first points!

  1. 2D is free for a few races when you first sign up. But as this promo code (below) expires by July 31st, 2012, make sure you subscribe for 12-months before then!

  2. I have raced 3 races, and have gone from back marker to 5th. Really enjoying this game. Lots of strategy.
    Tried pushing on the long straights @ Monza, and holding pos. in the lesmos. Worked great.

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I began my gaming journey via the family Commodore Vic-20, then later with my own C-64 and Amiga A600. These systems kept my attention until I moved up to PCs around the Windows MS-DOS Pre-Windows 95 era, which means I never really got into the console gaming market in a big way.

My parents spent a significant amount of time sharing my early gaming experiences, and this really helped foster my interests. I discovered racing games and space games for the first time, and those are still my main genres of interest to this day.

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He works for software developers Image Space Inc. and Studio 397 on their racing simulations, and is a fan of Gaming, Motorsports, and photography.