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Upcoming Cars

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Rhys Gardiner, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. Jay Ekkel posted this image up in a recap of the current licensed cars. It shows hints of what cars and car types to expect in the future...

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    I can see:
    - The Suzuka ferris wheel
    - The headlight of a Cadillac CTS
    - An Australian-looking open track
    - The headlight of a Corvette (Possibly the Daytona Prototype version?)

    What can you see, and what car types do you think are represented here?
     
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  2. Hey Rhys.

    I know the top right one is the Camaro GT3!!

    These cars were listed elsewhere at RD (not by me)

    Ascari A10 KZ
    Ascari KZ1 GT3
    Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3
    Cadillac CTS-V
    Corvette Daytona Prototypes Grand-Am
    Ginetta GT3
    Greenwood Corvette
    Koenigsegg Agera-R
    Radical
    Zakspeed Ford Capri Group 5 Race Resort Ascari

    Ascari GT3 is 2nd from bottom left.

    Vantage GT3 top centre,

    Ginetta orange car bellow Vantage,

    Zakspeed Capri top left
     
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  3. Knut Omdal Tveito

    Knut Omdal Tveito
    Premium Member

    Audi 90 IMSA
     
  4. Andi Goodwin

    Andi Goodwin
    Premium Member

    i think the australian looking track is ascari in the summer
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    Andi
     
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  5. Knut Omdal Tveito

    Knut Omdal Tveito
    Premium Member

    Silverstone too
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  6. Ah!! I was trying to work out what that bit was, didn't realise it was part of the new Wing Complex!!!

    I'm not familiar with the Ascari track, but it looks nice:thumbsup:.
     
  7. I just googled Ascari GT3 and guess what I found? ;)
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  8. Paul Cantea

    Paul Cantea
    I am the Stig's herp derp

    I'm more excited about that snow picture...
     
  9. The snow one had me excited too, but someone pointed me to the whole picture!!

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  10. Will there be any FWD cars, like for example the Clio Cup in rF2? Was it ever mentioned somewhere by Simbin?
     
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  11. Anything old and/or slow -> count me in :D
     
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  12. Yeah,
    I'm really curious about that as well...
     
  13. Nice, looking forward to all that.
     
  14. Oooh, is Ascari Rase Resort coming to R3E?! I think I just came to my...:redface:
     
  15. I hope that red one is Per Eklunds Saab 93 Viggen
     
  16. Will it be moddable or are we just tied to cars and tracks released by SIMBIN? Is it possible that some of the really good modders could see their cars and tracks in game and actually be rewarded for their work? Now that would be a revolution - test mods for a week in game then get the option to buy, knowing that the mod has been vetted by SIMBIN - so no bad downloads, or virus risk and something given back to the modding community + extra revenue for SIMBIN - liking the sound of my idea the more I think about it.
     
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  17. Peter

    Peter
    Premium Member

    That's not posible because off licencing, maybe fictional cars and tracks.
     
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  18. I'm assuming it won't be moddable but who knows. I brought up a similar point on the old RaceRoom forums since it was going to be so closely tied into Steam.. it would work perfect with the new Workshop feature Steam has.
     
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  19. I get the licencing issues, fictional or as I have seen in some games - the layout might be Silverstone for example, but the tracks called something else might work - I thought the requirement was not to call it what its called in real life and to ensure the Modder has created it entirely his/herself from scratch. If the layout and not just the track name/brand is covered by licencing too then even so there are many great fantasy tracks out there.
     
  20. Peter

    Peter
    Premium Member

    I want a Mercedes called Mercedes and not BMS. Simbin has still some surprizes to anounce.