The Ford GT-R is a GT2 racing variant of the Ford GT , which was first produced in 2003 in honor of the iconic Ford GT40 that had triumphed in four consecutive 24 Hours of Le Mans events in the 1960s.
Created by Ohio-based Doran Enterprises in 2008, the GT-R's raison d'être also mimicked that of its flower-powered predecessor: to end the track domination of grand European marques like Ferrari and Porsche.
www.insidesimracing.tv presents This Week Inside Sim Racing, In this edition we cover Formula Sim Racing 2012, including an announcement of our new team sponsorship.
Also covered on the show is Eutechnyx going open beta with Auto Club Revolution, The announcement of a new car coming to iRacing, and exclusive footage of the new Cadillac CTS-V Coupe for iRacing.
In addition we have a new Simrig of the week, Drivers World Championship coverage for the beginning of the season and another round of Rear View Mirror by John Hill.
www.insidesimracing.tv presents their look at the Kompas Technologies Tach Box / SLI for Logitech G27 or G25.
Shaun takes a look at this new add on for the popular "G" series wheels and then adds something else to his G27, an authentic Momo steering wheel.
Not only does Shaun review it, he shows you how to install it. We hope you enjoy the show.
The Rolex 24 at Daytona has established itself as the most difficult test of man and machine in the sports car world. The long night of lapping the combination road course and high-banked oval has been the litmus test for drivers, teams and manufacturers for half a century.
This is the big one. Sports car racing’s Super Bowl. The best cars and the best drivers all come here with one thing in mind. Winning. This year’s race featured more competitive cars and drivers in the GT class than anyone could recall,Read More
Quote: After months of hard work the Auto Club Revolution team is delighted to announce and enter into Open Beta!
Thank you to each and every Closed Beta member who took part in testing. To show our gratitude for the enormous contribution you've made to Auto Club Revolution we’ve awarded all testers free items in their Open Beta accounts, ranging from an exclusive Race Pin, a limited edition decal and livery to a free car! Your status as founding members of Auto Club Revolution will be attached toRead More
Over at No-Grip Ducfreak announced the total list of confirmed cars for P&G v3, with the new cars on red font.
There will also be some few more cars (skins) included for 60's models that were already in P&G v2.
The previous version cars have also been updated, improved and seen corrections for the upcoming version 3.0.
There are plenty more cars planned for later as updates ("official P&G add-ons") but, even if work for those has been started, none can be confirmed at this point.
Over the last few weeks, Slightly Mad Studios shown you how the virtual version of the 2011 BAC Mono for Project CARS comes to life at the hand of their talented vehicle artists.
Today’s the final time they take a look at the progress as the pre-alpha version of the car is on the verge of being ready for its first virtual drive.
The next time you`ll be meeting the BAC Mono will be when it makes its debut in Project CARS. You want to be the first in line to giveRead More
NEW MP4-12C GT3 SET FOR COMPETITIVE WORLD RACING DEBUT AS McLAREN GT ANNOUNCES 2012 RACE PLANS from McLaren Automotive
25 new MP4-12C GT3 cars to race across Europe and in FIA GT1 World Championship in 2012
Full list of McLaren GT customer teams and race series entries now confirmed
McLaren MP4-12C sports car selected as safety car for FIA GT1 World Championship race at Nogaro on 8-9 April
Milestone and Black Bean Games have released the very first trailer which showcases the upcoming SBK™GENERATIONS.
The video provides a quick rundown of the game's amazing features throughout the Generations!
Developed by Milestone, a respected and established Italian software developer specialising in racing games and published worldwide by Black Bean Games, SBK™GENERATIONS is due out in May 2012 for Xbox360, PS3 and PC
There’s no slowing this week as Build 184 of Project CARS, hits your PC.
As usual, there are loads of new updates, tweaks and fixes to be tested, so get behind the wheel and check out Build 184.
Read the full release notes...