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iRacing: sterrato confermato e Rallycross?

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Oltre agli ovali ci saranno anche le classiche piste da rally

Sto guardando solo qui le notizie senza approfondire più di tanto. Ma se le cose stanno così è una notizia fantastica...  :dribble:  :thumbsup:

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Ottimo allora :)

 

Avremo quindi un primo simulatore di rally? :D

E' stato proprio il mio primo pensiero. Rally online ben organizzati. Credo che potrei fare l'abbonamento. Ma a vedere il video sull'ovale mi da l'idea che punti a ben altro...

 

 

Oltre agli ovali ci saranno anche le classiche piste da rally

 

 

Si parla di rallycross, non rally.

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Stile Automobilista con le Lancer

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iRacing.com and Williams Grove Speedway today announced plans to build a digital version of the historic central Pennsylvania clay oval for the popular online motorsport simulation service.   The world’s leading centralized racing game platform, iRacing recently announced plans to add dirt race tracks and racing cars to its service.

http://www.iracing.com/iracing-to-build-virtual-williams-grove-speedway/

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What led to the decision to move forward with adding Dirt Track Racing?

KB: Dirt track racing has been one of the most requested features from iRacers ever since we announced iRacing back in 2004. We have always wanted to add Dirt and we now have the ability to do so.

 

-> http://www.onedirt.com/features/quick-hit-interview-iracing/

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(Almost) Everything You Wanted to Know About iRacing’s Dirt Sim Racing Plans

 

So what is so exciting about going in circles on dirt? It’s a track that is constantly evolving in big swings from the start of the race to the end of it that adds a new element to racing. It’s watching a driver pound the right rear off a cushion to sling shot past the leader out of a corner. It’s sliding sideways to go as fast as you can through the corners on a tacky track. It’s the throttle control riding the bottom on a dry slick surface. It’s the multiple grooves that form where the drivers are racing. It’s watching the cushion slowly move up next to a wall, to where only the brave drivers dare to put it on the edge. It’s all of these things and more . . . and it’s hugely popular throughout the USA and Canada, as well as Australia, New Zealand, the UK and elsewhere...

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Q&A con Tony Gardner, presidente di iRacing

 

With the current dynamic tracks heat and rubber are the two key factors that determine the grip available. Will moisture be part of this calculation when it comes to the tackiness of dirt? Will “loose” dirt move up the track like marbles? Can a cushion form as this groove moves?

A: The dirt, dirt physics and graphics are in the research and development phase but I will answer your question based on what we are trying to accomplish and the work done to date. The answer is yes, moisture is part of the formula for dirt and it will dynamically change as you progress in the race. The moisture in the dirt is also dynamically impacted by the weather at the track.

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Last month we headed to Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA to laser scan the track and gather reference photos. Here's a peek behind the scenes of our track development process for dirt tracks.

 

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