Thank you all for downloading the GT1 cars. All 3 cars have now been updated to be part of a new custom class that will put the cars in their own GT1 grouping so they only race each other instead of the GT1 car already in game. The MC12 has also been updated with a texture fix. The newest versions of the cars are now downloadable on the Downloads page
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The third car in our 2010 FIA GT1 World Championship series mod is the Maserati MC12 GT1.
ALSO We have updated the Murcielago and GT-R mods with more fixes regarding physics and graphical bugs.
So we already have a scratch-made fictional Citroen Le Mans racer on this site, but here we have another that we are gonna use as a art project in Project CARS, which won't be released unless people want to pay for it or we receive lots of donations. The car is a Le Mans Prototype/FIA GT race car based off the GT by Citroen concept, with inspiration from the racing version found in Gran Turismo.
Model is provided by our friend at our partners Autoprophets who goes by Autoprophet-Eimmy who kindly has given us his incredible design. We will be importing this very high poly model into pCARS as an experiment to see just how incredible we can get this game to look. Our friend at ZNR Automotive Renderings has created some awesome renders of the car for you to drool over:
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So here is the 2nd car of the 2010 FIA GT1 series for Project CARS - the 2010 Nissan GT-R Nismo GT1, definitely a fan favourite! Designed and produced specifically to compete in the FIA GT1 World Championship, the GT-R NISMO GT1 is based on the road-going version of the Nissan GT-R and was the only car to have ever been constructed implicitly to the GT1 technical regulations. The GT-R NISMO GT1 is powered by a NISMO race-prepped VK56DE, a naturally aspirated V8 engine that displaces 5,552 cc. It measures 80.3 inches in width, 186.2 inches in length, and has a wheelbase of 109.4 inches.
Only 4 more cars to go until the series is complete!
Also, our Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 R-SV GT1 mod has been updated to fix some tire issues in the rain, so download the new version of that too!
So it seems the people want the mystery on here and the forum, so let's go.
Is that your 4th Big Mac today?
What I can only describe as 'un toro libero pazzo'
Aren't you out of your league? Perhaps this wing and diffuser will help.
"I finally can check off my dream of driving this car" - Lewis Hamilton
A long with the meatball, a real triumph for the country.
The true spirit of the underdog
So I have realised a drop in people coming to the thread or people interacting, I have decided to up my game in giving you guys info. We am currently working on 6 cars at the moment at the same time, all are scratch made. Then of course there are our side projects on the FIA GT1 cars. We have 2 cars still in modelling phase, 2 in first in-game test stage and 2 in the final bug fixing and tweaking phase. I wanted to release the last two as surprises but I have realised this backfires when people come to see the download page and leave a lot of you in the dark. So there, we have those 6 ready to reveal. Anyone got any ideas on how I should reveal the names? Maybe cryptic clues or reveal one by one or just all at the same time. Maybe that last option would be good to get people excited.
SO there, I no longer want to have large amounts of time without updating you guys and showing off cool stuff and screenshots.
A new version of the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 R-SV GT1 has been released (1.02) with the following fixes:
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The R-SV is an evolution of the R-GT developed by Reiter Engineering to comply with the FIA rules for the new FIA GT1 World Championship. The 2010 FIA GT1 World Championship season saw Reiter run two cars and the other two were run by All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport. Reiter saw some success winning two Championship races finishing third in the teams championship. The All-Inkl team did not have as much success finishing ninth in the championship. The 2011 season saw Swiss Racing Team run the ex-Reiter R-SV's, after an unsuccessful season in 2010 running Nissan GT-R's. All-Inkl have had a successful season so far topping the teams championship as of round seven. Swiss Racing Team had some points finishes but after a crash between both cars at the Sachsenring round, they had a lack of spare parts and did not compete in the next three events. DKR Engineering announced that they would be using Murcielago R-SVs for the last 2 rounds of the season, instead of the Chevrolet Corvette C6.R that they were using for the first 8 rounds.
Beware of the future GT1 beasts coming to your pCARS game soon also....
Just a couple of guys making cars, that's all