Discussion in 'News & Announcements' started by Georg Ortner, Dec 18, 2018.
There is a competition running atm for group 5 cars, so no new physics for group 5 this patch.
Yes, I just saw it.
Porsche ''Moby Dick'' Jägermeister ....
Ha Ha Ha Ha, nowt personal chap, just using (flamboyantly and embellished for context admittedly) a random post as an example and it was your lucky day!
Listened to the teaser several times and all I can glean is that it is most definitely a car, I'd need to be stood a tad higher, so my ears are above the wall, it's blocking my view.
Now back in the day I could hear the whine of plod, in an Avenger from over a mile away but years of concerts & festivals have taken their toll and the old lugs, though still providing reasonable acoustics for my brain to unscramble, I believe the connection has lengthened, providing; what I like to call natural reverb. Unfortunately their is also a prick constantly ringing a bell which can hinder quiet sounds, fortunately flat sixes ain't quiet and we get to play with 1, 2 or 3 on the morrow. Be nice if their was a new track to blatt around, to go with 'em. At least my Christmas is now sorted, do hope their's an oldie coming, something S3 let @Anthony Monteil loose to create a cackling, fire spitting beast.
While I'm at it, I still haven't got my yellow Audi GTO livery I paid good money for @J-F Chardon. Did message you when you originally asked for people to contact you, if it was missing, forgot all about it, noticed it was still missing when I was picking up some new liveries earlier tonight. What's the story then?
Think this just confirms that the G5's will not be in this patch, as that competition is already running, can't see them changing physics in the middle of one, well always been that way in the past.
I didn't have the opportunity to mention it before, but the 911 GT1 sound is already in the game and it's used on the Ruf CTR3
haha OK! Please replace it with the graphic model of 911GT1.
If it is 956/962, it is very wonderful.
Detective : hope = 3 : 7
My memory might betray me, but the 962 sounded quite differently, when I heard it life at the Spa Classics. I'll stick with my 934 guess instead.
german Wikipedia delivers the answer:
At the latest with the admission of group C race cars like the Porsche 962 starting from 1985 in the GTP-class of the IMSA GT-Serie was the approximately ten years old Porsche 934 - also as group 5-version - technically obsolete. However, a few teams continued to race in their Group 4 cars in the GTO class, whose races were separate from the GTP. The best result with a 934 reached 1986 Chester Vincentz, who finished second overall in the race of Road Atlanta.
Porsche 934 "boped" to GTO Classic Cars ^^
There can be several solutions. The least one would be a 934 boped to GTO as the difference would be to big compared to the cars that are in that class now - there would have been better solutions like the 961.
More realistic could be the 934/5. It was a modified Version of the 934 to fit in Group5. It was a Kit sold to customers of the 934 gr4 who want to use that car after the Gr4-Rules were changed.
Another one could be a new Group4-Class in Raceroom. Adding the BMW M1 together with the 934. Die BMW M1 was build as a Group4-Car but in the year in which BMW would race that car in Gr4 the FIA had changed the rules for that class. So BMW ended up with the M! Procar-Series...
Why did you use the GT1 sound for the CTR3 and which GT1 car is it? 96 version, 98 one? Is that something you can tell us?
The Ruf CTR3 is a fictional race car, therefore we had a total freedom for its sound. As the Porsche GT1 is the closest thing of the original concept, it was logical to assign it this sound.
As for the version, it's the 1996 one
A car which is rather rare in todays Sim-Racing titles.
I found 2 interesting documentaries about the GT1'96. Unfortunately it's in German but very interesting to see. It's always a pleasure to see Striezel Stuck
thx for sharing. Glad I learned German at school back in the early 80's. Great movies to watch during this holiday season.
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