Tiametmarduk samples the good the bad and the ugly of online multiplayer on F1 2020 by Codemasters, driving the latest edition of the Formula 2 Championship that is part of the game package.
Champion Motorsports have launched a superb initiative for rFactor 2 drivers with a Time-Attack competition on the splendid virtual version of the Isle of Man Circuit that has been so meticulously transform... Read More...
Team SIMRACE247 driver Elliot Simpson won the LMP2 category in the CheaperCars Le Mans 1-Hour race, hosted by the South African iRacing community.
Team SIMRACE247 driver Chase Herholdt needed a skin (quickly!) for the iRacing version of the F312 Dallara, so fired up Photoshop and in less than half an hour had two options to consider, finally opting for the one which will be used.
While most are raving about the new Automobilista 2 GT3 cars that Reiza Studios have included in their sim for the first time, it is a good time to check out their other content, namely the retro Formula 1 goodies that are part of the package.
Retro racing sims are great, but for me the era from mid-seventies onwards have me hooked. Prior to that the cars were glorious but to be honest I would rather fling a Porsche 962 around a track than a 917, I prefer the 935 to the 911.
Real V8 & Flat-12 Sound Versus Virtual version from Assetto Corsa & rFactor 2 and real life Monaco.
iRacing Week 2. My comeback took an interesting turn during a week at virtual Detroit starting with a Skip Barber race where I messed up, and then another in which I met Dario Franchitti the hard way.
I came across Nico Rosberg's guide to Imola on his vlog where he gave tips about driving the virtual version of the iconic track which hosts the 2020 Emiglia Romana Grand Prix.