Ford Escort MK2 RS1800 gr2, gr4 by Brickyard Legends Team present :The Ford Escort is a small family car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company's European division between 1968 and 2000. The squarer-styled Mark II version appeared in January 1975. The first production models had rolled off the production lines on 2 December 1974.Read More
First look at the 301 cui-Bird with SCCA-Specs.In comparison to the contemporary built 496 it has a stone-hard suspension with a heavy truck-solid-axle in the back. Very different to drive.Read More
Team21 posted another set of screens of the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am project.Read More
In 1954 Ferrari launched the 375 Plus as an evolution-model of the 375 MM. The "Plus" had a bigger engine and a De Dion rearaxle. The tank had to be moved a littler higher, so the cars have that hump on the trunk.Read More
Customs Compagneros released new preview screens of the Opel Ascone B i400 mod project for GTL.The team started work on the cockpit.Read More
A new video of the nearly finished Ferrari 375 Plus by Don Panoz & Company.GTL fans should keep an eye on this one.Read More
New previews of the Opel Ascone B i400 mod project for GTL by Customs Compagneros.Read More
Another Fraps-Vid from the Bolliger-Bird. This time at the bumpy classic 1969 Charade-street-track.Read More
A while ago Team 21 decided to create some competition for the Boss Mustang and Mercury Cougar.As far as he body is concerned, most work is done, and Team 21 is now concentrating on the cockpit of the American Muscle car.Read More
SimBin just announced that if you own a retail copy of GTR, GTR2, or GT-Legends you can add digital versions of these games permanently to your Steam game library at no charge.Read More
Andre F1 Edition & Team are working on a new track for GTL - AVUS / Berlin
The Automobil-Verkehrs- und Übungsstraße ('Automobile traffic and training road'), better known as AVUS, is a public road in Berlin, Germany.
Opened in 1921, it is the oldest controlled-access highway in Europe, which until 1998 was also used as a motor racing circuit. Today the AVUS forms the northern part of the Bundesautobahn 115.