Monthly Archives: "June 2012"

This is already the third release of the Fanaleds application. Now supporting over 10 titles! Fanaleds also improved some of the existing modes and made sure the program is still as stable. Read More

Some behind-the-scenes driving of the 2013 Viper GTS-R at Virginia International Raceway. let's hope he makes his debut this year in ALMS. SRT Viper Racing has three drivers signed: Kuno Wittmer, Dominik Farnbacher and Marc Goossens. Read More

The complete report of the 43rd Adenauer ADAC Circuit Trophy. Its the fourth race of the VLN 2012 Long Distance Championship at the Nürburgring. The victory was secured by Marc Basseng and Frank Stippler. Read More
Last month, Slightly Mad Studios announced a partnership with Pagani Automobili S.p.A., adding the Pagani Zonda R to Project CARS. Now, the next stage of the partnership has kicked off as the second Pagani has just been added to the newest development build of the simulation, allowing all Team Members to experience the all-new 2013 Pagani Huayra. Read More
The R18 TDI succeeded the R15 TDI as Audi 's Le Mans Prototype weapon-of-choice in 2010. It represented the first coupe design since the manufacturer's failed experiment with the R8C over a decade before, in a move prompted by new laws that slowed down pit stop times and negated the main advantage of an open cockpit. Read More
CodeMasters revealed some more preview shots of their upcoming Formula 1 2012 Game. Despite its rather stunning appearance the game is still a work in progress and due out in September of 2012. Read More
A new weekly build of Slightly Mad Studios’ WMD-powered Project CARS title is out. Build 244 for all members to enjoy. Read More
Mike Mav unboxes the Fanatec BMW Rim. for the ClubSport Wheel series. Read More
CSW in depth Review Formula Wheel rim BMW M3 GT2 wheel rim Firmware 31 and Driver version 28 is used for this review. Read More
Automotive photographer Piotr Degler Jablonski during the shooting of the one-off P4/5 Competizione owned by James Glickenhaus. The racing version of Jim Glickenhaus' one-off, Ferrari-powered and Pininfarina-designed, P4/5 Competizione is an amazing car for more reasons than one. However, the fact that it recently set a world record for any Ferrari-powered sports car on the Nürburgring Nordschleife at 6 minutes and 51 seconds beating the 700-horsepower Ferrari 599XX's 2010 lap time of 6:58 should be considered its greatest accomplishment. Read More