SimRaceway Lotus 72 (1973)
SimRaceway released yet another classic Lotus. This time the Team Lotus 1973 Lotus 72 Formula one car designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe.
The car won the constructors title in 1970, and 1972 and 1973. This version of the car was driven by Brazilian Emerson Fittipaldi and Ronnie Peterson. Peterson won four races, while Fittipaldi won three. It’s Black and Gold livery with John Player Special sponsorship became one of the most famous and recognisable Lotus livery´s. The car was powered by a mid-engined, longitudinally mounted Ford-Cosworth DFV, 2993cc V8 that was naturally aspirated.
You can download the SimRaceway Lotus 72 on the dedicated car page.
Simraceway is an online racing service that hosts live, multi-player racing events. The race environment is hosted and developed by Ignite Game Technologies, Inc. The game engine is utalising the rFactor simulator software by Image Space Incorporated. In 2011, Simraceway teamed up with Jim Russell driving school and opened a 30,000 square-foot performance driving facility at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif. It offers 70 vehicles ranging from Karts to the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution to a fleet of custom-built Lola-engineered Formula Three racing cars and is the largest single user of Infineon Raceway.
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