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Featured RaceRoom Racing Experience New Tatuus F4 Preview Video

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Paul Jeffrey, May 10, 2016.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
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    Sector3 Studios have released a preview video of the new F4 Tatuus open wheel car due to be released for RaceRoom Racing Experience in the coming days and weeks.

    Sector3 have steadily increased open wheel content recently with the inclusion of a GP2 level Formula RaceRoom 2 series and the more entry level Formula Ford styled Formula RaceRoom Junior in recent months.

    Continuing the open wheel theme, Sector3 are now drawing ever closer to releasing their first officially licenced single seater car in the form of the F4 specification Tatuus.

    Traditionally a category slightly above the hugely popular and diverse Formula Ford championships around the world, the FIA created the Formula 4 series as a stepping stone in the competitive open wheel racing ranks. Aiming to provide a low cost single chassis formula that can be adopted internationally and with a host of well filled out grids of talented young drivers, Formula 4 offers a viable option to those with an eye on progressing up the professional racing ladder.

    Featuring fibre glass bodywork and powered by a number of different engines from the Fiat Abarth Turbocharged 1.4L, 160 hp engine used predominantly in Italy to the trusted Cosworth F4-016 in the UK. Formula 4 is focused on close racing and allowing drivers to hone their skills and racecraft in a cost effect, high-downforce car.

    A release of the F4 Tatuus is expected very soon. Keep an eye out in the in game store over the coming days and weeks.

    Have a look at the RaceRoom Racing Experience forum here at RaceDepartment for all the latest news and discussions regarding Sector 3 Studios Free to Play simulator.

    Our RaceDepartment R3E Racing Club run daily events with large grids featuring a selection of cars and tracks used within the sim. Head on over now to be part of one of the friendliest racing clubs on RaceDepartment.

    R3E Tatuus F4 battle.jpg R3E Tatuus F4 Grid.jpg R3E Tatuus F4 T Cam.jpg R3E Tatuus F4.png R3E Tatuus F4 Lockup.jpg R3E Tatuus F4 race.jpg R3E Tatuus F4 race.jpg
    Last edited: May 10, 2016
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  2. meh, nothing special
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  3. Gerbuho


    I don't like openwheelers very much but... it's RaceRoom! so bring it on :thumbsup:
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  4. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
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    I expect these to become a pretty entertaining addition to club racing, reasonably slow, easy to drive and nimble... Mmmm that smells like good racing folks ! :)
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  5. They are a lot of fun to drive.

    I guess some people may not enjoy open wheel cars but I think the Tatuus strike a good balance between power, weight, mechanical grip and downforce.
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  6. Rodent


    Tatuus, featuring the same displays as Audi, McLaren, Bentley etc. :rolleyes:

    If they ever get rid of that LCD I'll probably buy it.
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  7. Andrew Harper

    Andrew Harper

    Should be a interesting car to drive I would imagine, slightly slower than F3 (I guess) but get a large grid and a suitable track and they should be good fun :thumbsup:
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  8. A bit to slow for my taste.
  9. Andrew Scott

    Andrew Scott
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    Is it going to be a free?, Ive spent more than my share on Raceroom's Beta content. Be nice to see some decent upgrades too, but I guess they won't generate any revenue.
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  11. ouvert


    good for racing I guess .. nothing special for driving ..