Discussion in 'News & Announcements' started by Georg Ortner, Jan 23, 2020.
Closest to me is Nürburgring. Ridiciulous 540km or 5 1/2h. The rest doesn't count
Wow, seems that I live in a racetrack sweet spot:
Circuit Zandvoort 410km
Motorsport Arena Oschersleben 310km
Bilster Berg 230km
And not to be off-topic:
Daytona International Speedway 7552km
Circuit Zolder 5 km (i lived for 30 years at 1 km)
Spa Francorchamps 100 km
Zandvoort 200 km
Nurburgring 200 km
Guess im not the only one who started creating a list
If were going on linear distance then i have Nürburgring, Hockenheimring, Zolder, Zandvoort, Assen, Bilster berg, Spa, Oschersleben, Salzburgring, Red bull ring, Lausitzring, Sachsenring, Monza, Norisring, Magny cours, Brno, Most, Brands hatch and Snetterton within 600 km of where i live
Closest is the one and only nürburgring tho
The distances are not linear. They represent what my Navi told me how far I actually had to travel. I live in Alsbach, a small town right between Frankfurt and Heidelberg...
I'm not quite sure if I am excited about the announced RSR or not. To be honest I really don't know what to expect. Is it going to be similar to the GT3 Porsches? If I count the old RUF I already own 3 of them. I know the RSR is in another class but looking at its pure specs there's not that much difference... I'm glad we have the possibility to test-drive new cars, so I think this time I'll make use of that, before hitting that 'buy' button...
Found a nice comparison - unfortunately only in german http://addicted-to-motorsport.de/basis-porsche-911-die-rennfahrzeuge-im-vergleich/
A bit on topic: We all forget the fastest oval in Europe: VENRAY oval. Close to the german-dutch border.
Is it true that only the Daytona Road Course track will me made available? Nevertheless I will buy it anyway
I thought the same. I was watching the quali for Daytona 24, am I right in thinking the Porsche in GTLM class is the one in the update? If so that 4.2 litre flat 6 sounds incredible! I hope we get some that in game
The RSR is compared to the GT3R a different car. GT3R have a rear engine, RSR have Mid Engine, GT3R have 4,0l and RSR have a complete new 4,2l engine with new side exhaust. GTE class have more downforce, you can run faster in corners, I think.
The guys from Ironforce Racing sad on a video, that the 911 GT3R is the old RSR (2017-2019) they share many technology by Porsche. Thats why I´m happy to drive the RSR soon . Here is a nice onboard sound:
I still haven't mastered the old 911 GT3R yet! I need to get some practice in and then move onto the new GT3R.
And I live an hour from Oulton Park, Donington Park and Croft which works well for me being a BTCC fan.
Nice Georg! So this was the news you mentioned was coming on your stream, outstanding!
Yes that is awesome, finally more US tracks. Hope they also come out with Sebring and Watkins Glen
That's the one
Hurry up and take my money for Daytona!
It's not all about DPi or GTLM/GT3 at Daytona. The GT4/TCR 4h right now are very entertaining as well. Looking forward to this circuit. These 24h are just there to tease us, I believe
Please don't get me wrong, but the teaser picture of the start-finish line part looks a little bit strange in my view.
As you can see in the image below, the track change smoothly from the flat to the banked part:
And now take a look at the teaser picture, here you can see a very short and hard transition between the flat and banked part:
I hope it's just a problem of the pov or a beta picture of the track, otherwise it would be a serious problem for all cars on the outside line near the wall, which will always make jumps on the start-finish line at higher speeds.
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Whoa, I was enjoying the cruise until the LMP simply overtook the RSR at the last corner
Question is, will we get Nighttona as well?
Great news. Been itching for both for some time.
If both are released on the same day then this would be awesome.
Three tracks I also would love to see @RRE
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