I have created a Discord bot that interacts with my iRacing Statistics database. The bot allows users to access a range of statistical information about iRacing Series and Drivers.

You can click this link to join the iRacing Reports Discord server where the bot will respond to commands in the #bot-playground channel. Feel free to check out your own stats for the current season using the !driver Your Name command. Below is an example of the type of information that the bot will respond with:


Typing !help in the channel will have the bot private message you with a breif explanation of all the available commands.

A full User Guide document is available for further information on all of the commands and options available.

You can check out screenshots of the output from some of the other commands.

Adding the bot to your Discord

The bot also has a range of features that support iRacing teams and communities. It is possible to add the bot to your own Discord server and configure a list of drivers to automatically include in the output of the various commands.

I have set up a Patreon page to allow people to subscribe to help cover the costs involved with running the bot.

If you’re interested in adding the bot to your team’s Discord please visit my Patreon page and select the iRacing Reports Discord Bot: Team Access member level.

Individual subscribers

There are also a number of commands that can be used by people who subscribe at the iRacing Reports Discord Bot: Driver Access level. These subscriber only commands can be used on any public Discord server that the bot is in; such as the iRacing Reports Discord, iRacing Open Wheel Hub, iRacing Chat,, and CTC Lotus 79 servers.

The bot will highlight the subscribed driver in various outputs, as shown in the screenshots]. If you’re interested in supporting the project and getting access to the subscriber only commands, please visit my Patreon page and select the iRacing Reports Discord Bot: Driver Access member level.