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Driving Simulation Center entusiasma IGN Italia

Yesterday, 03:29 PM

L'autorevole portale gaming di IGN Italia non si è lasciato sfuggire l'occasione di visitare nei giorni scorsi il Driving Simulation Center di Lanciano, primo centro di simulazione di guida professionale aperto al pubblico: oggi IGN ha pubblicato a questo link un entusiastico articolo di commento sul nostro centro di simulazione, che ci rende decisamente orgogliosi. Vi ricordiamo inoltre anche l'articolo pubblicato tempo fa dal quotidiano La Repubblica.

 

In alternativa, può ucciderti al Nurburgring (quello vecchio, quello vero) su una Zonda R e può certamente sconvolgerti la vita per sempre. O almeno, per un bel po'. È proprio quello che mi è accaduto l'altro giorno al Driving Simulation Center di Lanciano (CH), dopo un intero pomeriggio trascorso in compagnia del cordialissimo e molto competente Nicola Trivilino, che mi ha messo al volante di tre simulatori di guida… da sssogno. Prima di continuare a leggere, vi dico solo questo: io ho visto la luce! La luce, vi dico!!!

 

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[GSC] - [GSCE] Nordschleife

14 September 2014 - 12:00 PM

File Name: [GSCE] Nordschleife

File Submitter: VELOCIPEDE

File Submitted: 14 Sep 2014

File Category: Tracks


Game Stock Car Extreme version.

Thanks to Com8 for permissions.
3 layouts

  • Tourist
  • Tourist fall
  • VLN


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AC: si lavora sulle Audi?...

13 September 2014 - 05:55 PM

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An ordinary working day at KUNOS Studio. Not so ordinary for our tifosi, who can recognize one of the most wanted cars they asked for..

Have a nice GT weekend.

 

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500 Abarth 695 by Slow Motion v1.0

13 September 2014 - 10:08 AM

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July 2014
Abarth 500 “Assetto Corse” Kit - Abarth 695 “Evoluzione” Kit
For rFactor 1 SRZ Abarth 500 Mod 1.0
Author: Nicola Acciarri, based on ideas and suggestions by Marco Rotondi
Credits for Mod to Authors by SRZ Team.

Fixed graphical trackwheel position ( front and rear wheelbase ); new Tires file arranged by Marco Rotondi.
Physics-engine-suspensions set for a realistic Abarth 500 “Assetto Corse” and for Abarth 695 “Evoluzione”.
Both are using new Tires file;
Physics files are changed from the original SRZ file in:
New Inertial values; car weight ( 940 for Abarth 500, 920 for Abarth 695 ), without driver;
New fuel tank position and Fuel tank quantity ( Realistic value of 40 litres: 35 litres, plus 5 for reserve );
New car weight balance ( 59% on front wheels ); new undertrays values;
New Downforce value; new, realistic car wheeltrack and wheelbase values; new gear-ratio values ( 6 gears ), with some updates on differential values; a little bit more rigid setup through suspensions setting; new suspension arms geometry, for front and rear wheels, working with the new Suspensions file.
New Engine models:
190 CV @ 6500 rpm, with max torque of 300 Nm @ 3000 rpm – max 8000 rpm- for Abarth 500.
215 CV @ 5250 rpm, with max torque of 300 Nm @ 4000 rpm – max 7500 rpm – for Abarth 695.
Performances are realistic (max speed for Abarth 500: almost 220 km/h; about 225 km/h for Abarth 695 ).
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: depending on fuel quantity; with almost 20 litres, is 5,9 seconds.
Also fuel consumption has been changed from the original Mod.

Game suggested settings for Single Player mode:
In Your Userdata, PLR folder ( your player name ), open PLR file and find in [ Game Options ]:
AI Limiter="1.00000" // Range: 0.0 (no limiting) - 1.0 (limiting used to make racing closer but also make more driver differences on flat-out tracks)
Change it in AI Limiter="0.00000".
Close and save the PLR file.
In Game, set AI Strength to 100% and AI Aggression 50%.



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