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Removing helmet?

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by dcully, Jun 22, 2008.

  1. Any way to remove the helmet view in open wheelers?
    I feel restricted with this view,, i do recall a file that removed it when i first installed race 07 on release week but ive only recently reinstalled the sim.
    Thanks in advance.
  2. Bram

    Ezekiel 25:17 Staff Premium

    Am rather interested myself in removing the helmet. i would love to run in cockpitview with FBMW but not with that helmet blocking my view.

    So help please ?
  3. Have a look here Bram :)
  4. Bram

    Ezekiel 25:17 Staff Premium

    Summary to a working solution would be nice :)
  5. Im just noticing the FBMW hood/bonnet view has been altered horribly,i can now just see about 20cm of the tip of the nose cone,im sure it used to show the front wing and front wheels as well,is this something just at my end?,or has it been changed with the last patch??,the action view is quite good,its in the cockpit with no helmet,but i liked the old hood/bonnet view,wtf has happened?.
  6. They changed it in the latest patch, its changed for the single seaters.

    If you want to use that view, i would use the Action cam as that is basically the same as the old bonnet view :)

    Bram, all i believe you have to do is download the file in first post of that link, and put it in the teams folder, of course you will have to make that in gamedata, but some people report it working online if you do that. So, GameData>Teams *file in here*

    If that file doesn't work, try this one
  7. yeah i was a bit gutted with that change, onto action view for me!
  8. Cam Wedgwood

    Cam Wedgwood

    I have no ability to get this to work!! Is it specific to a single car or will it transfer to the others? SOLVED!!

    Downloaded the first file from this post and it is the winner!! Thanks Wally!