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PC Kunos: Partnership with RSR Nurburg announced

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Cássio Amary, Aug 12, 2014.

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    Posted by Joao M Alves:


    We are pleased to introduce RSR Nurburg, new official partner of Assetto Corsa.

    Working at the Nurburgring for the last 15 years, RSR Nurburg features a team of instructors and drivers among the best in the world, together with two permanent workshops and offices, one at the Nurburgring and one at Spa Francorchamps, also base of the Official Driving Academy of the Circuit of Spa Francorchamps.

    This partnership will develop on different ways:

    Nurburgring Nordschleife
    As you already know, Assetto Corsa development team is working hard to reproduce the legendary Nordschleife circuit. The use of laserscan technology allows precision measurements down to less than a centimetre, guaranteeing unprecedented results in terms of realism and fidelity in the dynamic behaviour of our simulated vehicles.
    An equally important aspect of driving on a race track is the extensive use of reference points used by experienced drivers to use 100% of the track: RSR Nurbug’s instructors have an extensive knowledge of the track layout and reference points and will co- operate with the development team to include all the visual and geographical reference points used by local drivers to assure the highest possible level of realism: thanks to this co-operation Assetto Corsa will be an invaluable tool to learn and master the most dangerous race track in the world

    Handling and Dynamic model
    RSR Nurburg and Assetto Corsa share an exclusive garage: BMW M3 E30 and E92, Lotus Exige S, Elise, 2 Eleven, McLaren MP4-12C, together with Nissan GT-R, Toyota GT-86 and many other cars that will be included in Assetto Corsa’s garage. RSR Nurburg’s instructors knowledge, developed driving the same cars on the most comprehensive race track in the world is an invaluable know-how: the dynamic model and handling of the in-game cars will be further refined and developed by the feedback of the instructors thanks to a professional simulator installed at RSR Nurburg’s headquarters, chasing the perfect correspondence between reality and simulation.

    Tests, events and contestsAssetto Corsa’s development team has already been supported by RSR Nurburg’s team during the last trip to the Nurburgring Nordschleife, using cars from RSR fleet both for dynamic tests on track and for shooting. This kind of support will be extended to many more tracks like Vallelunga and Spa Francorchamps, where Assetto Corsa’s development team will be able to use RSR Nurburg’s cars for dynamic tests and surveys, with the ultimate goal to deliver the most realistic and perfected car simulation. RSR Nurburg and Kunos Simluazioni are working together to close the gap between simulated environment and real-life, with many initiatives to provide convenient services to all those who want to experience the thrill of driving on the track: stay tuned not to miss big news coming soon!
    External link: http://www.rsrnurburg.com/

    Original Article http://www.assettocorsa.net/assetto-corsa-featuring-rsr-nurburg/


    Posted by cassio:

    mod-edit: quote from facebook with same press release contents above removed

    And, some WIP screenshots of the Nordschleife :cool: :




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  2. Andreas Knöpke

    Andreas Knöpke
    GT3 is where it's at! Premium Member

    Not entirely sure what to make of that.
    So they have some handling experts now? Hmmmm... :rolleyes:
  3. thing that popped out to me is the suggestion of a toyota license which is news to me
  4. Dinca Andrei

    Dinca Andrei
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    This can only means good news...Jeez...those looks like pictures not screenshots.....
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  6. Yea, I don't really get that bit to be honest.
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