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  1. VELOCIPEDE

    Ginetta GT4 & Supercup 2017

    Version v1.6

    155 downloads

    Ginetta GT4 2017 I present the Ginetta GT4 2017 version. This is not to be compared to the Supercup version. The difference is as follows: It is heavier, Lower rear wing 50bhp more and more Torgue Full GT lights, pits and racing Hard Tyres Only With help of @Ross Macfarlane I have tried to match BOP with the Porsche and Maserati as close as possible. In real life ( FIA or MSA) the BOP changes on every track for the Ginetta, so I did ask you all and you said what you wanted, so hopefully we have done that. This is a new fresh install. Ginetta Supercup 2017 After months of information gathering as you will see, but we are pleased to share this with you. There have been so many changes, that I will only list a few below. We have also changed the name, so that people that enjoy the V8.2 can also run this version. I would just like to add, this is nothing like the original version. NB. The original version, not just my opinion drove on rails and this one doesn’t. You need to get to learn the handling. Please I cannot stress this enough. This version includes a LHD and RHD, and both can be used against each other at the same time in Single Player or Multi Player. With the older version being so popular, we didn’t want to scrap the LHD so we included both. Both tested with VR. Some of the Key Changes / Additions: Total new cockpit/Wheel and realistic Dashboard, photo graphed from inside of the actual car. New Tyres and Aero Realistic Gearing and Final Drive – Information from Ginetta Team ALL Liveries from the Ginetta Michelin Supercup 2017, all haven been draw to detail. New Number Template – You can now add your number to the Windscreen.U Updated Model to 2017 Specs. You can use your liveries from previous Version
  2. VELOCIPEDE

    [AC] Ginetta GT4 & Supercup 2017

    Ginetta GT4 & Supercup 2017 View File Ginetta GT4 2017 I present the Ginetta GT4 2017 version. This is not to be compared to the Supercup version. The difference is as follows: It is heavier, Lower rear wing 50bhp more and more Torgue Full GT lights, pits and racing Hard Tyres Only With help of @Ross Macfarlane I have tried to match BOP with the Porsche and Maserati as close as possible. In real life ( FIA or MSA) the BOP changes on every track for the Ginetta, so I did ask you all and you said what you wanted, so hopefully we have done that. This is a new fresh install. Ginetta Supercup 2017 After months of information gathering as you will see, but we are pleased to share this with you. There have been so many changes, that I will only list a few below. We have also changed the name, so that people that enjoy the V8.2 can also run this version. I would just like to add, this is nothing like the original version. NB. The original version, not just my opinion drove on rails and this one doesn’t. You need to get to learn the handling. Please I cannot stress this enough. This version includes a LHD and RHD, and both can be used against each other at the same time in Single Player or Multi Player. With the older version being so popular, we didn’t want to scrap the LHD so we included both. Both tested with VR. Some of the Key Changes / Additions: Total new cockpit/Wheel and realistic Dashboard, photo graphed from inside of the actual car. New Tyres and Aero Realistic Gearing and Final Drive – Information from Ginetta Team ALL Liveries from the Ginetta Michelin Supercup 2017, all haven been draw to detail. New Number Template – You can now add your number to the Windscreen.U Updated Model to 2017 Specs. You can use your liveries from previous Version Submitter VELOCIPEDE Submitted 02/12/2018 Category Cover Wheelers Mods  
  3. Firstly I want to apologise for the renaming and new download, but why will become apparent. This is the same mod (Model) at the moment as the file I uploaded, the G55 but with a few more features, as I will explain. After extensive research, this is actually not the G55, but this is based on the Ginetta GT4 Supercup (A BTCC based Support Series) so what some might see, in other countries, it doesn't appear here in the UK, so I apologise if I have upset anybody, but I have based this on the BTCC Support package. I want this to be as real as possible, so there is going to be some things, that will upset some people, and I am sorry for that. As like the I uploaded before, it is Ginetta G55 GT4 Cup Pitone-Edition - by Peter Utecht, so all credit him and the original Modeller. It has the AC 1.8 Shaders,complete reworked car in texture and material settings,added Racing Seat (don´t know why no one there before), added antenna in roof,many changes in data files,new sound, v10 tyre model,new flames and textures,new preview pics,all templates includes + new texture for color changing on rollcage...... So what have I changed you might ask...well here goes.... Auto Gear Box now works ( and made it better in this version) quicker up and down shifting Driver 3d with hands now fixed Gear ratios now match the top speed of the car (top speed is 150mph) Cars Weight corrected Tyre Temps now match how you drive. they are now adpative. I can;t explain, just watch them in the tyre app, cold, hot, depending on how you drive. Tyre Wear sorted, i think AI are fast, very fast and gear changing is sorted Rear brake lights are brighter ( but you need PP filter to see them, AC, not me is the reason why) Updated Bonnet Cam Updated Bumper Cam Updated Dash Cam Updated Sounds Brake Fade has been added Updated FFB Fuel warning light been fixed Paddle shift animation added (although no paddles as of yet) LH Driver view changed from 7 to 6 and reduced to 150. Tested. Somebody asked about the Clutch, but I cannot find any reference on this, and I tested Kunos GT cars, and I cannot do it on them. Locked Diffs and Gears and Engines. After some research, this is actually a legal requirement in Ginetta ( unlike pCars where it is open, and you are allowed to change them, and they have official license) oh well..here is the rules and regs..... So that means, locked Gear ratios I am afraid, so don;'t shout at me please, it the rules... At the end of the day, I want to make this mod, this GEM as real as possible, and will continue to update as and when I have the information. Changes to come are the Gear stick removable, paddles on the wheel, and MOTEC on the dash and removed from the steering wheel, but these take time. Again, thank you all for your input and support, and please, keep them coming DOWNLOAD fonte AC forum
  4. VELOCIPEDE

    AC: nuova Ginetta GT4 Supercup

    Dopo un lungo e paziente lavoro di rifinitura ed aggiornamento, è disponibile per Assetto Corsa la nuova e definitiva versione 5.0 della divertentissima Ginetta GT4 Supercup, probabilmente una delle vetture modding più curate e realistiche create per il simulatore della Kunos Simulazioni. La vettura, molto nota ed apprezzata in Inghilterra, è la protagonista dell'omonimo campionato monomarca che supporta il famoso BTCC (turismo inglese). Per commenti e discussioni fate riferimento a questo topic del forum, mentre dirigetevi direttamente qui per scaricare il file. Da Wikipedia:
  5. Nell'ambito dei suoi già collaudati tornei eSports, il team di Project CARS lancia oggi la nuova Ginetta Cup, un torneo online dedicato alla divertente e gestibilissima vettura inglese, pensato soprattutto per i piloti più giovani ed alle prime esperienze. Qui di seguito tutti i dettagli del campionato che prevede anche un cospicuo montepremi. Project CARS, in partnership with Ginetta Cars, launch the ‘Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup’, a fully manufacturer-backed, international Esports racing competition with £5,000 in prizes Ginetta Cars have been launching the motorsport careers of young chargers for a decade, so their decision to enter the world of simulated racing is great news for everyone involved. Now you too can get involved with a company that is dedicated to fostering, promoting, and creating motorsport opportunities for talented drivers. How? Simply register for the ‘Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup’, and bring your best against the best in November. Ginetta Cars have been launching the motorsport careers of young chargers for a decade, so their decision to enter the world of simulated racing is great news for everyone involved. Now you too can get involved with a company that is dedicated to fostering, promoting, and creating motorsport opportunities for talented drivers. How? Simply register for the ‘Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup’, and bring your best against the best in Novembe Ginetta Cars is a British specialist builder of racing and sports-cars, as well as a major player in the motorsport world who run a number of professional championships across the calendar, in addition to catering for racers all the way through from novices to drivers looking to compete in cutting-edge prototype sports-car series. Ginetta, who have been building race cars since the 1950s, runs three championships a season, two of which feature as support races for the UK’s premiere racing series, the British Touring Car Championship. If you happened to watch Le Mans this year, you might also have seen the Ginetta leading the LMP3 class with young star Charlie Robertson behind the wheel. Motor racing is in the company’s DNA. The high-end British-based car manufacturer, based in a state-of-the-art factory in Leeds, has been at the business-end of creating motorsport opportunities for young drivers for a decade, too, ever since the introduction of the Ginetta Junior Championships in 2005, and continues to be at the forefront of familiarizing young drivers to the sport. This unique and highly-successful championship is tailored to provide an affordable and competitive entry-point into the world of motor racing for aspiring and talented drivers between the ages of 14 and 17. Young drivers are afforded an entry point into a scalable career-ladder through the various Ginetta championships, and provides UK-based youngsters the opportunity to ultimately compete in top-level GT racing, or even top-tier single-seater racing. With entry into the world of motorsport beyond the financial and commercial possibilities of so many talented and fast drivers out there, the Ginetta Junior Championship remains an indispensable and crucial gateway into this elite world. The championship has become, in ten short years, an institution, one that is both highly-praised and respected by former competitors, the motoring media, and within the motorsport community at large. The Ginetta Junior Championship has seen over 250 kids come racing through the program in identical Ginetta G40s. The championship runs as support races to the enormously popular British Touring Car Championship, and this affords these ambitious young charges the kind of TV and live audience exposure that can make professional careers: as entry-points go into the real-world of motorsport, there are not many programs that can compete with Ginetta’s Junior Championship both from a commercial, or a results, vantage point. Dino Zamparelli is a perfect illustration of the type of career that Ginetta’s Junior Championship can forge, going from the series’ champion in 2007 all the way up through European single-seaters, a finalist in the 2011 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award, and a member of the Marussia Manor Racing F1 Team Young Driver Program. Meanwhile, the Ginetta Junior Scholarship program, launched in 2009, was created to allow one highly-talented driver a year to enjoy complete funding for a season in the Junior Championship. This is testament to the core values that underpin Ginetta Cars—as a true, trusted, and successful gateway into an international motorsports career for those who have the talent, desire, and aptitude to progress in all the areas needed to succeed in the modern world of motor racing—speed, professionalism, and, of course, commercial nous. Ade Barwick, Commercial Director at Ginetta Cars, notes that, “Ginetta exists to provide accessible racing for all levels of driver, and our unique motorsport ladder has taken drivers from their first race aged 14 all the way to international racing stardom.” It is somewhat inevitable, then, that Ginetta Cars would find opportunity in simulated racing, and would find themselves at the cutting-edge as this discipline begins to make an impact on the real-world motor racing scene. With the financial and commercial barriers to a motorsport career becoming ever more prohibitive for youngsters around the world, simulated racing has already shown its potential as a gateway into this exclusive, and highly-rewarding world. “Sim racing is a new and increasingly popular entry-point into this world of motorsport,” Ade Barwick said, “and we take it seriously as a discipline in its own right, so we are very excited to announce this partnership, and look forward to seeing what the competitors can do.” Using the market-leading Esports motor racing simulator Project CARS was an easy choice once Ginetta decided to go this route. Unlike Ginetta’s real-world series, though, the ‘Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup’ is open to drivers from anywhere in the world, of every level, across PC, XBOX One, and PlayStation 4 platforms. This online only competition will be contested over the course of two adrenaline-fueled weekends between 18th November, and 4th December 2016. The growing relationship with British-based Ginetta Cars further strengthens Project CARS’ market-leading Esports program, and solidifies the reality of simulated racing as an affordable entry-point into the exciting world of motorsport. Andy Tudor, Creative Director for Slightly Mad Studio, offered his thoughts: “This partnership demonstrates how closely Project CARS mirrors the real-world of motorsport, and the accuracy with which the cars and tracks are replicated in the simulator. Using our precisely recreated Ginetta Cars in an official Ginetta-sponsored championship opens an exciting new chapter of manufacturer-based motor racing for our racing drivers.” Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup ​ The qualifying round for all drivers across all platforms will be run from 18th to 21st November. All registered drivers will be invited to compete in a time-trial-based qualifying format using the Ginetta G55 GT4 car at the Donington National Circuit. To emphasise the importance of driving skills and level the playing field, all car setups will be fixed. The Top 15 qualifiers on each platform will then move on to the Final weekend which will feature two rounds of exciting, live, online racing. First come the Semi-Finals, which will decide which 8 drivers on each platform move on to the culminating round of the championship: The Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup Finals. The Finals will each feature a 30-minute race with one mandatory pit-stop, and will see the best 8 drivers on each platform fight-it-out for the Championship trophy, and a share of the £5,000 prize. The Finals will be live-streamed and feature live, play-by-play commentary. Entry to the Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup is free and open to drivers of all ages worldwide. Drivers must register for the event on or before November 17, 2016, at this link: http://www.projectcarsesports.com/ginetta-x-esports-cup.html. Further details can be found at the same link. This post has been promoted to an article
  6. Ginetta Cars have been launching the motorsport careers of young chargers for a decade, so their decision to enter the world of simulated racing is great news for everyone involved. Now you too can get involved with a company that is dedicated to fostering, promoting, and creating motorsport opportunities for talented drivers. How? Simply register for the ‘Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup’, and bring your best against the best in Novembe Ginetta Cars is a British specialist builder of racing and sports-cars, as well as a major player in the motorsport world who run a number of professional championships across the calendar, in addition to catering for racers all the way through from novices to drivers looking to compete in cutting-edge prototype sports-car series. Ginetta, who have been building race cars since the 1950s, runs three championships a season, two of which feature as support races for the UK’s premiere racing series, the British Touring Car Championship. If you happened to watch Le Mans this year, you might also have seen the Ginetta leading the LMP3 class with young star Charlie Robertson behind the wheel. Motor racing is in the company’s DNA. The high-end British-based car manufacturer, based in a state-of-the-art factory in Leeds, has been at the business-end of creating motorsport opportunities for young drivers for a decade, too, ever since the introduction of the Ginetta Junior Championships in 2005, and continues to be at the forefront of familiarizing young drivers to the sport. This unique and highly-successful championship is tailored to provide an affordable and competitive entry-point into the world of motor racing for aspiring and talented drivers between the ages of 14 and 17. Young drivers are afforded an entry point into a scalable career-ladder through the various Ginetta championships, and provides UK-based youngsters the opportunity to ultimately compete in top-level GT racing, or even top-tier single-seater racing. With entry into the world of motorsport beyond the financial and commercial possibilities of so many talented and fast drivers out there, the Ginetta Junior Championship remains an indispensable and crucial gateway into this elite world. The championship has become, in ten short years, an institution, one that is both highly-praised and respected by former competitors, the motoring media, and within the motorsport community at large. The Ginetta Junior Championship has seen over 250 kids come racing through the program in identical Ginetta G40s. The championship runs as support races to the enormously popular British Touring Car Championship, and this affords these ambitious young charges the kind of TV and live audience exposure that can make professional careers: as entry-points go into the real-world of motorsport, there are not many programs that can compete with Ginetta’s Junior Championship both from a commercial, or a results, vantage point. Dino Zamparelli is a perfect illustration of the type of career that Ginetta’s Junior Championship can forge, going from the series’ champion in 2007 all the way up through European single-seaters, a finalist in the 2011 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award, and a member of the Marussia Manor Racing F1 Team Young Driver Program. Meanwhile, the Ginetta Junior Scholarship program, launched in 2009, was created to allow one highly-talented driver a year to enjoy complete funding for a season in the Junior Championship. This is testament to the core values that underpin Ginetta Cars—as a true, trusted, and successful gateway into an international motorsports career for those who have the talent, desire, and aptitude to progress in all the areas needed to succeed in the modern world of motor racing—speed, professionalism, and, of course, commercial nous. Ade Barwick, Commercial Director at Ginetta Cars, notes that, “Ginetta exists to provide accessible racing for all levels of driver, and our unique motorsport ladder has taken drivers from their first race aged 14 all the way to international racing stardom.” It is somewhat inevitable, then, that Ginetta Cars would find opportunity in simulated racing, and would find themselves at the cutting-edge as this discipline begins to make an impact on the real-world motor racing scene. With the financial and commercial barriers to a motorsport career becoming ever more prohibitive for youngsters around the world, simulated racing has already shown its potential as a gateway into this exclusive, and highly-rewarding world. “Sim racing is a new and increasingly popular entry-point into this world of motorsport,” Ade Barwick said, “and we take it seriously as a discipline in its own right, so we are very excited to announce this partnership, and look forward to seeing what the competitors can do.” Using the market-leading Esports motor racing simulator Project CARS was an easy choice once Ginetta decided to go this route. Unlike Ginetta’s real-world series, though, the ‘Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup’ is open to drivers from anywhere in the world, of every level, across PC, XBOX One, and PlayStation 4 platforms. This online only competition will be contested over the course of two adrenaline-fueled weekends between 18th November, and 4th December 2016. The growing relationship with British-based Ginetta Cars further strengthens Project CARS’ market-leading Esports program, and solidifies the reality of simulated racing as an affordable entry-point into the exciting world of motorsport. Andy Tudor, Creative Director for Slightly Mad Studio, offered his thoughts: “This partnership demonstrates how closely Project CARS mirrors the real-world of motorsport, and the accuracy with which the cars and tracks are replicated in the simulator. Using our precisely recreated Ginetta Cars in an official Ginetta-sponsored championship opens an exciting new chapter of manufacturer-based motor racing for our racing drivers.” Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup ​ The qualifying round for all drivers across all platforms will be run from 18th to 21st November. All registered drivers will be invited to compete in a time-trial-based qualifying format using the Ginetta G55 GT4 car at the Donington National Circuit. To emphasise the importance of driving skills and level the playing field, all car setups will be fixed. The Top 15 qualifiers on each platform will then move on to the Final weekend which will feature two rounds of exciting, live, online racing. First come the Semi-Finals, which will decide which 8 drivers on each platform move on to the culminating round of the championship: The Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup Finals. The Finals will each feature a 30-minute race with one mandatory pit-stop, and will see the best 8 drivers on each platform fight-it-out for the Championship trophy, and a share of the £5,000 prize. The Finals will be live-streamed and feature live, play-by-play commentary. Entry to the Ginetta x Project CARS Esports Cup is free and open to drivers of all ages worldwide. Drivers must register for the event on or before November 17, 2016, at this link: http://www.projectcarsesports.com/ginetta-x-esports-cup.html. Further details can be found at the same link.
  7. VELOCIPEDE

    William Tregurtha tester di Project CARS

    Dopo i vari Collins, Hamilton, Webb e Rast, un nuovo pilota reale si unisce alla pattuglia di tester dell'imminente Project CARS targato Slightly Mad Studios: si tratta del giovane William Tregurtha, che quest'anno corre nel Ginetta Junior Championship d'Inghilterra. "Project CARS has helped by giving me the opportunity to drive circuits before I get to them in real life. The tracks are all extremely close to reality and so are the cars. The fact that Slightly Mad Studios have built a community-centred game using real world drivers to push forward the sim has helped. I have been given the opportunity to be a part of this and to contribute to the project which is very rewarding. I have focused mainly on the Ginetta Junior as that is what I will be racing this year, and I can say that it is a very realistic representation of the real thing with every little detail appearing to have been modelled (though I look forward to our new rear wings appearing in the game!)"
  8. Dopo i vari Collins, Hamilton, Webb e Rast, un nuovo pilota reale si unisce alla pattuglia di tester dell'imminente Project CARS targato Slightly Mad Studios: si tratta del giovane William Tregurtha, che quest'anno corre nel Ginetta Junior Championship d'Inghilterra. "Project CARS has helped by giving me the opportunity to drive circuits before I get to them in real life. The tracks are all extremely close to reality and so are the cars. The fact that Slightly Mad Studios have built a community-centred game using real world drivers to push forward the sim has helped. I have been given the opportunity to be a part of this and to contribute to the project which is very rewarding. I have focused mainly on the Ginetta Junior as that is what I will be racing this year, and I can say that it is a very realistic representation of the real thing with every little detail appearing to have been modelled (though I look forward to our new rear wings appearing in the game!)" This post has been promoted to an article
  9. Alessandro Pollini

    Ginetta GT Supercup 2014

    Version 1.0

    363 downloads

    Author : AlbersF1 Welcome to the extra designs from the Ginetta GT Supercup 2014 series.
  10. Alessandro Pollini

    [AC - Skin]Ginetta GT Supercup 2014

    File Name: Ginetta GT Supercup 2014 File Submitter: Alessandro Pollini File Submitted: 25 Jan 2015 File Category: Skin Pack Author : AlbersF1 Welcome to the extra designs from the Ginetta GT Supercup 2014 series. Click here to download this file
  11. Alessandro Pollini

    Ginetta Martini Racing

    330 downloads

    Author : Chrisi74 Ginetta Martini Racing
  12. Alessandro Pollini

    Falken Tyres

    187 downloads

    Author : Steve Hindon Falken Tyres for Ginetta G55
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