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Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Lars Hansen, Feb 2, 2017.
Turns out that Jimmy Broadbent got his grubby little hands on a preview copy.
Shouldn't be too long before we get our grubby paws on it, just wish we had Watkins or Sebring to go with it.
I would kill......well, seriously maim at least....for the Glen.
It's just such a fun track in all configs.
The car itself is...meh. It's an open-wheeler which drops my interest by about 90%.
Probably buy just to support them, but I doubt I'll ever drive it.
I suppose it's based on the Dallara, which is one of the best cars in pCars, who also have the best Glen I've ever seen.
Annoyingly I prefer the ow in both AMS and AC.
And Road America...
Road Atlanta would be cool too...
Maybe even COTA....
Good news! And if they could now develop a Formula US Classic (thinking about mid 90s), that would be great. One can dream.
Maybe also give us access to Indianapolis oval and the Lausitz one and some street circuits, yes one can dream.
Got to disagree with you on the car being just "Meh", I understand the open wheeler, interest drop though
It takes a different approach to driving it to get the best out of it, around Spa with the AI it's very very good especially when it all comes together, the sense of achievement is pretty satisfying.
Oh, don't get me wrong, I'm sure it's a great car.
It just doesn't interest me. Feel the same way about the DTMs for that matter.
I know they're very popular, they just don't happen to push any of my buttons, that's all.
Now, bring on the M235i and I'll be right there on day one.
I am with Lars on this one - I am not interested in FR US at all (only tried the Dallara in pCars once), but a Watkins Glen for the GT3s and LMPs or GTOs would be my dream. That was my favourite track in pCars
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