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ReverendDexter UltraDork
11/13/12 10:52 a.m.
rwdsport wrote: No real tracks or cars, but obvious car copies: You get your "porsche" car, Lotus 7s, Turbo 200hp RWD (944 turbo/FC turbo looking car), Turbo kit roadster, and some open wheelers. Awesome autocross editor lets you make your own courses.

I just wanted to chime in on the "no real tracks or cars"... I thought the BMW formula cars were real (I mean, they do specifially call them BMWs and they have roundels and everything).

Also, I thought the XR GT (the 200hp RWD) exterior was mostly inspired by the StarQuest.

rwdsport Reader
11/13/12 12:08 p.m.

BROKE INTO 1:35s!!!

Stock settings FOX, South City Long, 1:35.91!

You are absolutely right on the corrections, I just casually typed it up to generate interest. The BMW formula car is actually real, they got to test drive it and take data on it. For me at least, the cars are effective copies, especially since if you really had the motivation, you could set them up to drive exactly like their real, respective street samples.

To me at least, the FZR is essentially a 996 911, there is also that FSAE car, the XR GT is a 944 turbo, there is that GTI car, the Mini esque car...

Its a great game, and I have been having fun putting in 30 minutes in a couple times a week. Show of hands for interest? We can even just do time trial challenges and post the replays or something if that would be easier?

GameboyRMH GRM+ Memberand PowerDork
11/13/12 12:17 p.m.

I might give LFS a try.

ReverendDexter UltraDork
11/13/12 12:31 p.m.
GameboyRMH wrote: I might give LFS a try.

If you have a good wheel, I recommend it. It's free to try, too. You get I think 2 or 3 cars and the first track free forevers,or you can pay $15 for half the cars and half the tracks, or $30 for everything.

I paid for my account something like 2 or 3 years ago, played for a few months, reinstalled it last weekend, logged in, and still had access to everything.

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