How do I download iRacing paints?

Get Trading Paints Downloader

  1. Install. Download and install the safe, free Trading Paints Downloader software for Windows.
  2. Launch. After installing, open the Trading Paints Downloader.
  3. Race. Join an iRacing session. When you hit the track, you’ll start to see other drivers’ custom paints appear after a few moments.

How do you get trade paints in iRacing?

To use a paint scheme that was submitted to the Showroom, navigate to the paint you’d like to use and click the “Race this paint” button. You must be logged in to Trading Paints to do this. Selecting “Race this paint” will automatically assign the selected Showroom paint scheme to your car in iRacing.

Is trading paint free?

iRacing users can sign up for a free Trading Paints account and browse through the hundreds of custom paint schemes for various cars in-game.

How do I get templates in iRacing?

Official PSD iRacing painting templates are available to download for iRacing members on the Customize Paint Schemes page of the iRacing Member Site.

Is trading paint safe?

Trading Paints contains nothing but the Trading Paints program. The software is safe to use and free of viruses, malware, spyware, etc. Official Trading Paints software will never contain these things. The Downloader is only used to communicate between Trading Paints and iRacing to serve paint files.

What is iRacing paints?

The custom car painting platform for iRacing. Trading Paints adds custom car liveries to iRacing. Design your own cars or race with pre-made paint schemes shared from the community of painters.

Where can I buy custom iRacing liveries? has lately been doing such a great job with custom car and helmet liveries that they’re now become the go-to shop for custom iRacing liveries. Their library of custom paintings is so extensive that it can be hard to pick up the right one for your iRacing car. They’ve truly done an amazing job here.

What color should I use for metallic textures?

Metallic: This greyscale texture tells the sim if the pixel is metallic or not, or something in-between. If the pixel is metallic, then you use white (255,255,255 rgb). If the pixel is non metallic you use black (0,0,0 rgb).