rFactor 2 – Mak-Corp Group C mod v0.96 Released
The Mak-Corp modding team has released V0.96 of their 1991 Group C mod on the rFactor 2 Steam Workshop.
The 1991 Group C mod includes the Mazda 787B, Porsche 962C and the Sauber C11 in the latest version of the mod for rFactor 2. Featuring unique realistic physics for each vehicle as well as different tire compounds, this is your chance to get behind the wheel of the three most iconic racing cars in the history of Group C racing.
If you are already subscribed to it on the workshop, it will automatically update. The non-steam version will be released on the MAK-CORP website within the next 24-48 hours.
- 1991 Mazda 787B model by Ionut Nicolaescu, updated by Dmitriy Barishev.
- 1991 Porsche 962C model by Dmitriy Barishev.
- 1991 Sauber C11 model by Dmitriy Barishev.
- Unique physics for each vehicle.
- Unique engine sounds for each vehicle.
- Guimengo skin IP removed and redone.
- New 787b skins added.
- Fuzzy windscreen issue fixed.
- Graphical fixes.
- Sounds updated.
- Updated: Suspension geometry. It brings a more balanced handling of the car, it makes the tyres perform better.
- Updated: Both engines suffered changes on torque curve and turbo. These changes enhance each engine characteristics and make them easier to drive.
- Updated: Suspension geometry. It brings a more balanced handling of the car, it makes the tires perform better.
- Added: Engine now use Mixture feature to bring two possibilities of power and fuel consumption (1/2 save mode, near 680 HP) and (2/2 fast mode, near 700 HP). You must add two keys to control the mixture in car because this new feature is not present at the car’s setup yet. You will feel a change on power output, giving to the driver more control, a bit less of final speed, and near 10% less fuel consumption.
- Reduced performance (+2s per lap)
- Added fuel mixtures adjustment
- Reduced clutch friction
- Fixed engine empty tank bug
- Adjusted AI rain tires wear
- Added some captions on settings screen (turbo, engine brake, brake duct,…)
|Official Webpage – www.mak-corp.com.au|