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AC: primi screens Porsche Pack Vol.3

Dec 03 2016 11:55 AM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

Marco Massarutto della Kunos Simulazioni inizia a mostrarci tramite Facebook i primi screens di anteprima del nuovo Porsche Pack Volume 3 per Assetto Corsa. L'atteso DLC, terza parte dei contenuti dedicati al marchio di Stoccarda, sarà disponibile dal 20 dicembre tramite Steam, e ci offrirà la Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 2017, 911 GT3 RSR 2017, 911 GT3 R 2015, 919 Hybrid 2016, 908 LH, 917 K e 911 R. Correte qui per immagini e commenti.


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RaceRoom: KTM X-Bow ed eSport Trophy

Nov 23 2016 01:42 PM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

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The KTM X-BOW is now available ➤http://bit.ly/KTM_XBow_RR
Enter the KTM X-Bow eSport Trophy ➤http://bit.ly/KTM_X-Bow_eSport_Trophy
And win a track day in the real car at the Red Bull Ring!

 

KTM X-Bow RR

 

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While you may already be familiar with the KTM X-Bow R, the "RR" makes its simracing debut in RaceRoom.

 

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Compared to its little sister the X-Bow R, the RR is recognizable at first glance thanks to its additional aerodynamic parts.

 

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Then once you get in, you realize that all the features of the road-legal version have been removed, in order to reduce the weight.

 

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Also the monocoque is made completely of composite carbon fibre material.

 

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The overall result is a race machine weighing just under 800kg equipped with an Audi 2.0 TFSI delivering 360bhp!

 

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Car Data:

  • Mid-engine open two seater
  • Carbon composite monocoque
  • Audi 2.0 TFSI. Turbo-charged 4-cylinder.
  • 360hp @ 6800rpm
  • 500Nm @ 3600 rpm
  • 6 speed manual
  • Redline @ 7500rpm
  • Shiftpoint @ 6800-7000rpm
  • 40 liter fuel cell
  • 790kg (dry weight)
  • 37/63 weight distribution
  • 250 kg+ downforce at 200 kph
  • 200/610-17 & 240/640-18 slicks
  • Steering defaults are 792 degrees of rotation with a 25 degrees steerlock

 


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We've had the pleasure to work on this car with an overwhelming amount of data provided by KTM that allowed @Karsten Borchers to create a highly accurate model of the car while also bringing more insight on suspension models and tyres that will benefit future productions.

 

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Here are some notes shared by Karsten to the betatesters during development:

 

Karsten Borchers said:

 

Suspension: You have the option between 3 springs. 70, 80, 90 in the front, and 100, 120, 140 in the rear. Add to that 5 Anti-Roll bar settings, front and rear. The default damper settings are set to KTM specs. You have the usual camber and toe adjustments accessible.

 

Transmission: It is using actual gear-ratios, except we had to cheat a little for the 5th and 6th gears so they use a final ratio rather than a dynamic solution where both can use different finals.
The differential is not adjustable.

 

Aerodynamics: Regarding downforce, you have 3 options for that small wing in your back. The lowest setting will allow you to reach the top speed of 249kph while the highest setting will reduce your top speed to 241kph.

 

Shifting: The engine has very strong low end torque, and its shift point is around 6800-7000. The Shift light comes on at 6800. That means you will not be using the first two gears very often but instead make the high torque work for you.

 

Tires: The compound used by KTM in the X-Battle is a very hard one, and you will not be getting much wear from them. It is common to use a single set of tires for a full week-end.
Good to note that we're using a new heating / cooling model for this one.
It is slightly more friction based now, and if your tires run cold, you just aren't going quick enough.
If the front is going hot and the rear cold, you should look into adjusting your driving and stop ploughing into the corners and instead shift the weight around some more. You will notice that on some tracks it will be hard to get temperatures up while on others you will struggle to keep them low enough.

 

Brakes: A lot of work went into the brakes, changing the way we have been doing them in the past. They now bite a lot more, and dont cool/heat as fast as you're used to. Default pressure is now 90%, and you can go down to 75% if you wish. Now do not panic about that. You are free to run 100%, but you will have to modulate the brakes a lot more, and you cant just slam them, because they will lock instantly.
The brake bias can be adjusted in 0.5 increments, and you can go as far as 55% rear, if you so desire.

 

The brakefade range has been increased a lot. Optimal temperature is 450 celcius, and at 50c or 850c you will only have 89% braking power. You might find that on some tracks, like Norisring, you cannot just keep braking at the minimum brake distance lap after lap. They will run hot quite fast!

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More work went into the Suspension Model, as we have added additional support for the very specific chassis of the X-Bow.

 

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30 liveries will be available for the KTM X-Bow RR, giving you a good taste of the X-Bow Battle, KTM's own one-make Series.

 

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RaceRoom and KTM are very proud to break new ground, and set you up with the chance to win a unique and exclusive motorsport experience. Win the KTM X-Bow #eSport Trophy, and you'll be the guest of #KTM in Austria, all expenses paid. Thats a nice trip in itself, but the kicker is that your final destination is the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg where you will be gifted with a full track day in the awesome KTM X-Bow.

 

There are very special prizes for the Trophy podium finishers AND for randomly picked entries. You do not have to be the fastest racer out there to walk away with a handsome reward.
For more information read the full rules and regulations on our portal: http://game.raceroom...championships/6


Enter the KTM X-Bow eSport Trophy ➤http://bit.ly/KTM_X-Bow_eSport_Trophy
And win a track day in the real car at the Red Bull Ring!

Good Luck!

 

 

Hannes Tribelnig, Licensing Manager at KTM commented:
"We are excited to be a partner of RaceRoom and look forward to seeing players getting in touch with our KTM X-Bow RR. The fastest will get a chance to prove their skills not only in the virtual- but also in the real world. Have fun and we hope to meet you soon."

 



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rF2: Cooper Tires USF2000 disponibile

Nov 23 2016 01:12 PM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

The USF2000’s 170 horsepower “Van Diemens” Mazda MZR 2 liter, 4 cylinder, double-overhead cam, fuel-injected engine gets up to 150mph. It’s also available in two classes: the Champion Class, with a 5 speed sequential, and the slightly lower tier National class, with four transmission choices – one 5 speed (50 kg weight penalty) and three 4 speed H-shifter variants.

 

As amazing as this car is already, we are especially proud of how it came to be the Studio’s first release. It started with a very engaged community member, Mike Peters, and his ambition to see the USF become a reality.
Mike Peters, an engineer for John Cumminsky Racing, was working on the mod himself at the time. He contacted Tim Wheatley to ask whether the USF could become a third party affiliate mod. We were immediately on board, and the Studio 397 content team got behind the car. From there the USF started evolving and taking shape. Initial testing reports from our test team were overwhelmingly positive, giving the development effort an extra push.
The level of detail and precise access to physics and 3D data would not have been possible without the members of Mike Peters’ group: John Cummiskey, Tyler Bell, and Grant Peters. Grant and Tyler, interns starting their 2nd year with JCR, compiled all of the data and setup information for the Studio 397 team to complete work on the car.
The USF2000 is available in the Steam workshop, where you can subscribe to it to have it downloaded and installed into rFactor 2 automatically



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AC: primi screens Porsche Pack Vol.2

Nov 15 2016 09:09 AM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

PORSCHE PACK VOLUME 2
Porsche Pack Volume II is following the first DLC in being dedicated to the Porsche brand, introducing a different selection of models in a total of nine configurations. The pack devotes attention to some of the most iconic racing cars ever created by Porsche, including the 2015 Le Mans-winning 919 Hybrid, the iconic 911 GT1, and the legendary 962c, featured in both Long Tail and Short Tail configurations, coupled with some of the most recent models of the Porsche 2016 line-up, with the aim to offer a perfect mix between road cars, hypercars, as well as modern and historic GT and racing models.


THE CARS
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Porsche 718 Spyder RS
Porsche Cayman GT4
Porsche 718 Boxster S Manual Transmission
Porsche 718 Boxster S PDK
Porsche 919 Hybrid 2015
Porsche 911 GT1
Porsche 962c long tail
Porsche 962c short tail

 

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AC: Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio confermata nel 201...

Nov 09 2016 10:47 AM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

Con un "originale" messaggio su Facebook, Marco Massarutto della Kunos Simulazioni ha confermato poco fa per Assetto Corsa la licenza ufficiale della splendida Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio ! La vettura del Biscione sarà disponibile nel 2017. Commenti sul forum.

 

US election showed that everything is possible, and that actually nobody can foresee the future (expecially polls, the most useless thing in this world right after weather forecasts). So, since I don't know how many sunrises we'll see yet, I'm glad to anticipate that the Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio is confirmed in Assetto Corsa in 2017 as officially licensed content.


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AC: ecco la Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport

Oct 24 2016 07:15 PM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

Introducing the Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport. Using the lightweight mid-engine sports car Cayman GT4 as its basis, Porsche Motorsport has developed a racing version solely for the track. Geared for performance, just like its drivers.The Cayman GT4 Clubsport is powered by a 3.8 liter mid-mounted flat-six engine, with an output of 385 hp (283 kW) and a maximum torque of 420 Nm. It reaches a top speed of 295 km/h. Tipping the scales at just 2866 lbs. (1,300 kilograms), the Cayman GT4 Clubsport, delivered from the factory with a welded-in safety cage, a racing bucket seat as well as a six-point harness, is truly lightweight and provides the car with a unique agility and driving dynamics on the track. The Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport is coming to Assetto Corsa as part of the Porsche Pack Volume 1, scheduled for release on October 25th on Steam, then in November on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One!

 

PORSCHE PACK VOLUME II
Porsche Pack Volume II is following the first DLC in being dedicated to the Porsche brand, introducing a different selection of models in a total of nine configurations. The pack devotes attention to some of the most iconic racing cars ever created by Porsche, including the 2015 Le Mans-winning 919 Hybrid, the iconic 911 GT1, and the legendary 962c, featured in both Long Tail and Short Tail configurations, coupled with some of the most recent models of the Porsche 2016 line-up, with the aim to offer a perfect mix between road cars, hypercars, as well as modern and historic GT and racing models.

 

THE CARS
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Porsche 718 Spyder RS
Porsche Cayman GT4
Porsche 718 Boxster S Manual Transmission
Porsche 718 Boxster S PDK
Porsche 919 Hybrid 2015
Porsche 911 GT1
Porsche 962c long tail
Porsche 962c short tail

 

Porsche Pack Volume 3
is following the first two DLC packs in being dedicated to the Porsche brand, introducing a selection of seven different vehicles. The pack places an emphasis on modern-day Porsche racing cars, including the entire 991 GT3 racing line and the latest 2016 Le Mans-winning 919 Hybrid, while also featuring two of the German brand’s most iconic racing cars, the 908 Lang-Heck and 917 K. Volume 3 also brings players one of the most coveted modern road cars of the modern-day Porsche line-up, the Porsche 911 R, completing a perfect mix between road cars as well as modern and historic racing models.

 

The cars
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 2017
Porsche 911 GT3 RSR 2017
Porsche 911 GT3 R 2015
Porsche 919 Hybrid 2016
Porsche 908 LH
Porsche 917 K
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AC: Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 in video

Oct 22 2016 02:35 PM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

Introducing the breathtaking Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0, another classic to be featured in the upcoming Porsche Pack Volume 1.
When choosing the most exciting 911 of all time, the Porsche 911 Carrera RSR would come out on top. Based on the 911 Carrera RS homologation model, the RSR was built in 1972 as a Group 4 race car, whose performance far exceeded that of its predecessors.
The front and rear wings were five centimetres wider, and the oil cooler was located under the car's front-end which visually highlighted the power of the 55 911 Carrera RSRs produced. The rear of the vehicle had a six-cylinder engine with increased displacement, whose performance was increased to 330 hp at 8,000 rpm, thanks to dual ignition and larger valves and cylinders.
The Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 is 1 of 7 cars coming to Assetto Corsa as part of the Porsche Pack Volume 1, scheduled for release on October 25th on Steam, then in November on PlayStation® 4 and Xbox One!



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AC: Porsche Pack Vol.1 in screens

Oct 20 2016 08:15 PM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

THE CARS
Porsche 911 Carrera S
The 911 has been the world's best-selling sports car for decades. In 2015, the new generation arrived to further extend this lead. With innovative turbo flat engines, an advanced chassis with an even greater spread between performance and comfort it is exceedingly well-equipped for this. Thanks to more than four decades of experience with turbo engines – in both motor racing and production sports cars – the new engines in the 911 Carrera S offer improved performance, even more emotional driving pleasure and higher efficiency. 420 hp (309 kW) of power at the rear are waiting to be unleashed and converted into sporty propulsion. The greater power of the 911 Carrera S results from turbochargers with modified compressors, a specific exhaust system and tuned engine management. The new 911 also boasts impressive performance: The 911 Carrera S with Porsche-Doppelkupplung (PDK) and Sport Chrono Package performs its showcase discipline – the sprint from zero to 100 km/h – in just 3.9 seconds. This means that it is the first 911 in the Carrera family to undercut the magic four second mark. And the top speed has also increased further: the 911 Carrera S now reaches a mind-blowing 308 km/h. All in all, the 911 Carrera S again sets the benchmark for driving dynamics of all-round sports cars, further increasing the spread between everyday comfort and circuit performance.

 

Porsche 918 Spyder
The 918 Spyder embodies the essence of the Porsche idea: it combines pedigree motor racing technology with excellent everyday utility, and maximum performance with minimum consumption.
The 918 Spyder reveals its close links to motorsport in a variety of ways. It has been designed, developed and produced by Porsche engineers who build race cars, in cooperation with series production specialists. A great deal of insight gained from the development of Porsche race cars for the 24 hours race in Le Mans in 2014 was thus integrated into the 918 Spyder – and vice versa. Also, many parts of the super sports car come from manufacturers who have a proven record as suppliers for motorsport vehicles.
The main source of propulsion is the 4.6-litre, eight cylinder engine that produces 608 hp (447 kW) of power. The engine is derived directly from the power unit of the successful RS Spyder, which explains why it can deliver engine speeds of up to 9,150 rpm. The V8 engine is coupled to the hybrid module, which comprises a 115 kW electric motor and a decoupler that serves as the connection with the combustion engine. An additional electric motor with 95 kW drives the front axle. Because of its parallel hybrid configuration, the 918 Spyder can be powered at the rear axle either individually by the combustion engine or electric motors or via both drives jointly, thus giving it a total power of 887 hp (652 kW). The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is performed within 2.6 seconds, and the top speed is reached at 345 km/h.
The car has an unladen weight of approximately 1,640 kg, an excellent low weight for a hybrid vehicle of this performance class. The drivetrain components and all components weighing over 50 kg are located as low and as centrally as possible within the vehicle. This results in a slightly rear end biased axle load distribution of 57 per cent on the rear axle and 43 per cent on the front axle, combined with an extremely low centre of gravity at approximately the height of the wheel hubs, which is ideal for driving dynamics.
All of this serves to give the 918 Spyder a superior performance on the racetrack. As the first vehicle to boast global road homologation, the 918 Spyder has conquered the 20.6-kilometre lap around the Nürburgring Nordschleife in less than seven minutes. Achieving a time of exactly six minutes and 57 seconds, the super sportscar shaved an incredible 14 seconds off the previous record.

 

Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0
When choosing the most exciting 911 of all time, the Porsche 911 Carrera RSR would come out on top. Based on the 911 Carrera RS homologation model, the RSR was built in 1972 as a Group 4 race car, whose performance far exceeded that of its predecessors.
The front and rear wings were five centimetres wider, and the oil cooler was located under the car's front-end which visually highlighted the power of the 55 911 Carrera RSRs produced. The rear of the vehicle had a six-cylinder engine with increased displacement, whose performance was increased to 330 hp at 8,000 rpm, thanks to dual ignition and larger valves and cylinders.
The Porsche works team competed in the 1973 Manufacturers' World Prototype Championship with the 911 Carrera RSR. In the last Targa Florio World Championship race ever held, the works cars achieved an historic overall victory (Müller/van Lennep), which marked the end of the great road race era. More GT victories followed at the 6h of Vallelunga and the 1000 kilometres of Dijon and Spa. Customer teams also entered motorsport events with the 911 Carrera RSR, winning the 24h of Daytona in 1973, as well as the European and German Rally Championships, among others. For Porsche, this heralded the start of a new era of customer racing.

 

Porsche 718 Cayman S
The third, redeveloped generation of the mid-engine sport coupé 718 Cayman has a more striking, athletic and efficient appearance than its predecessors. And although it features -- for the first time -- four-cylinder flat engines with turbocharging instead of six-cylinder engines as in the previous generations, the performance has actually improved significantly. The 718 Cayman S model delivers 350 hp (257 kW) with a displacement of 2.5 litres. The tremendous torque of the new engine promises driving fun and agility even at low revs. The 2.5-litre engine of the 718 Cayman S features a turbocharger with variable turbine geometry (VTG), a technology hitherto used exclusively in the 911 Turbo. It delivers up to 420 Nm (an extra 50 Nm) to the crankshaft at engine speeds between 1,900 and 4,500 rpm. For the driver this means even better torque in all engine speed ranges. The 718 Cayman with PDK and optional Sport Chrono Package sprints from zero to 100 km/h in 4.7 seconds. The 718 Cayman S with Porsche-Doppelkupplung (PDK) and optional Sport Chrono Package sprints from zero to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds. The top speed is 285 km/h.
In terms of its driving dynamics, the 718 Cayman S follows in the tracks of the classic 718 race cars. Thanks to their outstanding agility, the historic mid-engine sports cars won numerous races in the 1950s and 1960s such as the Targa Florio and Le Mans. Lateral rigidity and wheel tracking have been improved in the completely retuned chassis; springs and stabilisers have been designed to be firmer and the tuning of the shock absorbers has been revised. The steering, which has been configured to be ten per cent more direct, enhances agility and driving fun. The rear wheels, which are one-half of an inch wider, in combination with the redeveloped tyres result in an increased lateral force potential and hence in greater cornering stability.

 

Porsche 917/30 Spyder
The Porsche 917/30 Spyder owed its outstanding performance to its twelve-cylinder twin-turbo engine. Unlike the strictly regulated European motorsport series, the CanAm series placed no restrictions on technicians' ingenuity in terms of weight or displacement limits. The team supporting the Porsche race engine designer, Hans Mezger, was therefore able to dig deep into its box of tricks to ensure that the twelve-cylinder turbo engine of the 917/30 steadfastly produced 1,100 to 1,400 hp and a maximum torque of 1,210 Newton metres, thereby guaranteeing exceptional acceleration: from zero to 100 km/h in just 2.4 seconds, a mere 5.4 seconds to the 200 mark and only 11.3 seconds to reach a speed of 300 km/h.
And above all, the turbocharger of the Porsche 917/30 Spyder proved to be highly reliable, even on twisting circuits. Porsche driver Mark Donohue beat his McLaren and Chevrolet rivals so comprehensively, that the race car received the equally rare and coveted title of "unbeatable". Only the CanAm series rules prevented the fast, reliable Porsche 917/30 Spyder from entering the race again in 1974. But the Porsche 917/30 Spyder was much talked about even after the 1973 race season.
In 1975, Mark Donohue set a new world lap record in Talladega, Alabama, in an aerodynamically optimised 917/30. The absolute top speed of the American's fastest lap was 385.85 km/h.
Today, the race car can be admired in the Porsche Museum in Zuffenhausen, where it is considered a highlight of the museum's collection. The 917/30 also regularly tours the world as a brand ambassador as part of the Rolling Porsche Museum.

 

Porsche 935/78 'Moby Dick'
In 1976, the Porsche engineers developed a race car based on the 911 Turbo, which was set to dominate the long-distance races of the FIA Group 5 Manufacturers' World Championship: the Porsche 935. The highlight of this development project was the legendary Porsche 935/78 from 1978 – the most powerful 911 of all time. The differences between this powerhouse - named "Moby Dick" on account of its wide, long-tailed body - and previous models were a modified frame, aerodynamically enhanced body and right-hand drive, among other things. With the aim of improving the performance and durability of the engine, the Weissach engineers developed a power unit that was destined to leave the competition standing. As previous models had encountered problems with cylinder head maintenance, these were now simply welded together. A compromise also had to be found for the cooling. So water cooled the heads, and air cooled the cylinders. With the newly-introduced four-valve technology, the six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine relied on two intercooled turbochargers. Increasing the displacement to 3,211 cm³ resulted in brute power of 845 hp. Due to its continued dominance, Porsche withdrew from the long-distance World Championship in 1978, meaning that "Moby Dick" saw only a handful of outings. At Le Mans, the race car managed an incredible 366 km/h on the Mulsanne Straight, but in the end its drivers, Manfred Schurti and Rolf Stommelen, only finished in eighth place, due to technical problems. The great successes of the Porsche 935/78 were not achieved until 1978 onwards, as part of the private Kremer team.

 

Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport
Using the lightweight mid-engine sports car Cayman GT4 as its basis, Porsche Motorsport has developed a racing version solely for the track. Geared for performance, just like its drivers.The Cayman GT4 Clubsport is powered by a 3.8 liter mid-mounted flat-six engine, with an output of 385 hp (283 kW) and a maximum torque of 420 Nm. It reaches a top speed of 295 km/h.
The racing version features a Porsche double clutch transmission with shift paddles on the steering wheel and a mechanical rear-axle locking differential. The lightweight suspension strut front axle system is taken from its big 911 GT3 Cup brother, which is campaigned in Porsche's 20 one-make championships around the world. The impressive racing brake system is fitted with steel brake discs all round measuring 380-millimeters in diameter.
Tipping the scales at just 2866 lbs. (1,300 kilograms), the Cayman GT4 Clubsport, delivered from the factory with a welded-in safety cage, a racing bucket seat as well as a six-point harness, is truly lightweight and provides the car with a unique agility and driving dynamics on the track.



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AC Porsche 918 Spyder in video

Oct 20 2016 01:25 PM | VELOCIPEDE in Addons

After more than 12 years away from the hardcore sim-racing world, the Porsche Brand is coming to Assetto Corsa, as part of three DLC packages. The first of these packs, the Porsche Pack Volume 1, introduces some of the most iconic Porsche cars ever created, coupled with some of the most recent models of the Porsche 2016 line-up, with the aim to offer a perfect mix between road cars, hypercars, as well as modern and historic GT and racing models.
Let us introduce you to the 918 Spyder, which embodies the essence of the Porsche idea: it combines pedigree motor racing technology with excellent everyday utility, and maximum performance with minimum consumption.
The main source of propulsion is the 4.6-litre, eight cylinder engine that produces 608 hp (447 kW) of power. The engine is derived directly from the power unit of the successful RS Spyder, which explains why it can deliver engine speeds of up to 9,150 rpm. Because of its parallel hybrid configuration, the 918 Spyder can be powered at the rear axle either individually by the combustion engine or electric motors or via both drives jointly, thus giving it a total power of 887 hp (652 kW). The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is performed within 2.6 seconds, and the top speed is reached at 345 km/h.
The 918 Spyder has conquered the 20.6-kilometre lap around the Nürburgring Nordschleife in less than seven minutes. Achieving a time of exactly six minutes and 57 seconds, the super sportscar shaved an incredible 14 seconds off the previous record.
The Porsche 918 Spyder is 1 of 7 cars coming to Assetto Corsa as part of the Porsche Pack Volume 1, scheduled for release on October 25th on Steam, then in November on PlayStation® 4 and Xbox One! Stay tuned for more info!



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