This is the third video in the DigiProst " Circuits Of The World " Series.
The italian Imola track. A very popular venue in Sim land.
Project CARS by Slightly Mad Studios is the platform of choice in this track showcase..
Steaphan Turpin made a plug in for iRacing to show different settings in the Tuning display of the ClubSport Wheel.
You can also see the rev lights working on the Formula rim for the first time.
Please note that the intensity of theblue LEDs will be increased in mass production.
On the video the first 3 LEDs on the left appear to be red but they are yellow.
He used the Lotus 79 on Virginia raceway and on the display you can see the current fuel consumption.Read More
This is the Sim Racing Perspective review of the Nvidia GTX680 video card focusing on sim racing.
He has tested this card out on triple screens running 5760x1080 at max settings to see how it performs.
If you like this review, please vote over at Inside Sim Racing to be a community tester for the upcoming Fanatec Clubsport Wheel.
Review of Fanatec CSR Elite sim/gaming wheel. Compatible with the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
If you'd like to see Mike review their upcoming top of the line ClubSport Wheel and compare it to the Elite and other wheels he has, if possible VOTE for him on the ongoing poll at InsideSimRacing.tv
Ricxss created a video showcasing some features of the current build of Project CARS.
In this video he recorded some ingame cockpit footage of the newly included 1990 Caper Stock Car.
This car will please all 1990´s NASCAR fans.
Stabiz took the HPD to Road Atlanta, and as usual lets us join in the fun with a small video.
Road Atlanta is a 2.54-mile (4.088 km) road course located just north of Braselton, Georgia, USA.
The facility is utilized for a wide variety of events, including professional and amateur sports car and motorcycle races, racing and driving schools,
Mike Mav posted a video showcasing the update of his triple-screen PC nVidia 3D Vision Surround sim racing setup.
He demos the gear using the Alpha titles rFactor2 and Project CARS. An impressive setup,to say the least.
Mike shows us a 2D and a 3D sample of the system in action.
Twin Ring Motegi, one of the world’s most modern motorsports facilities, is available now for Pre-Sale.
Built in 1997 to showcase Honda’s IndyCar program, Twin Ring Motegi boasts an egg-shaped, 1.5 mile oval along with separate road course facilities featuring three different configurations ranging from .86 to 2.98 miles in length.
After the first set Kunos Simulazione is showing us two more development previews.
Work continues on the very good looking KTM X-Bow model.
A new weekly build of Slightly Mad Studios’ WMD-powered Project CARS title is out, introducing a whole new form of motorsport to the quickly-developing simulation.
Alongside plenty of other fixes, improvements and features, the newest build adds the 1990 Caper Stock Car to Project CARS, allowing members to experience some good old fashioned American stock car racing.
Mexes have been working some more on his beautifull Lotus 16 model.
He also states that after he finishes the BRM P25, he will continue work on the Vanwall and the Cooper.
Eventually these models will become a mod for rFactor2 and maybe GTR3.
Slightly Mad Studios are proud to announce a licensing deal with Mitsubishi Motors that will allow Project CARS players to experience the iconic Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution in the WMD-powered title.
Project CARS will be including three different road-going Lancer Evo models as the Evo VI Tommi Mäkinen Edition, the Evo IX FQ 360 and the Evo X FQ 400 are on their way into the title.