Mike Peters and the rF Open Wheel Racing Project team up with iDT Simulations to create the 1984 Indianapolis 500.
Tom Sneva and Mario Andretti fall out late with mechanical trouble, leaving Rick Mears the winner by over two laps. Rookies Roberto Guerrero, Al Holbert, and Michael Andretti become a rare trio of first-timers to finish in the top five. Sportswriter-turned-racer Pat Bedard suffers a severe crash in the northchute, flipping and destroying his machine, though only suffering a cracked jaw from an accident appearing fatal to many. The 1984 race has the distinction of having the most entries (117), and the most cars to actually be seen in the garage (87).
* Class: Indycar
* Weight: 1500 lbs or
Cosworth DFX turbocharged 2.65 litre 90 degree V8
* Horsepower: 720hp @ 11,000rpm 80in boost (restricted)
* DFX turbocharged 2.65 litre 90 degree V8