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Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Mods' started by Stefan Woudenberg, Jan 19, 2014.

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  1. Stefan Woudenberg

    Stefan Woudenberg
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    After the Pescarolo 2008 LMP car I started working on my next model.
    Again a prototype, this time the LOLA B12/60 used by Rebellion Racing in the FIA WEC.

    Here some screenies of the WIP:
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    I started working on the cockpit, but it hard to get some good shots, so if you have detailed material (photo's) which is usable, you can pm me.
    Also if you could make the sounds for this car (Toyota 3.4L V8 RV8KLM), just PM me.

    Please don't pm with the question of when it's done or released. When it's done it's done.
    I am not sure if I will release this one as opensource like my first model. ;)
     
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  2. Rui F. Martins

    Rui F. Martins
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    it looks really nice, keep up with the good work :thumbsup:
     
  3. Daiman Patel

    Daiman Patel
    RedShift Racing Staff Premium Member

    Out of curiosity, have you released a final, refined version of the Pescarolo 2008 LMP, or is it still an open source project that serves as a base for further development?

    This looks absolutely amazing by the way! I look forward to trying it out once it's released! :D
     
  4. Stefan Woudenberg

    Stefan Woudenberg
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    The Pescarolo has never been made final. It was a learning project for me and it could be for others too. That is why I released it as open source. ;) For me the Pescarolo is a closed chapter. :p
    Alex Coutie of SCES made improvements to that car and is available for download too. :)

    I am sure this car will be better than the Pescarolo. I learned a lot from that project and know what to do and what not.
    Still a long way to go before this finishes. :)
     
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  5. Stefan Woudenberg

    Stefan Woudenberg
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    Some new shots...
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  6. Von Butters

    Von Butters
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    Stefan mate, this looks fantastic. Looking forward to the day we all get to try it out!
    Keep up the good work man!
     
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  7. Stefan Woudenberg

    Stefan Woudenberg
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    Thanx Chris! :)
     
  8. Stefan Woudenberg

    Stefan Woudenberg
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    Some more work done....

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  9. Von Butters

    Von Butters
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    Keep at it fella, I think you are doing great
     
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  10. Hi all,

    We at WSVR are currently working on a new BTCC NGTC mod for rFactor 2.

    We have already built the physics which we currently use in rFactor 1 and will be ported over. We have also started work on our first car. The Ford Mondeo NGTC (Fusion in US)

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    We want to create all the current real life NGTC cars as well as make a few fantasy cars as well and need modders to help us model these cars.

    Here are a few suggestions from our league members.

    2014 Mercedes CLA 45 AMG
    2015 Subaru WRX
    2013 Mazda 6
    2013 Volvo V40 R-Design

    Other ideas are welcome.

    We have used parts such as seat, steering wheel, pedal box, wheels and tyres from the ISI Honda Civic. All with full permission from ISI and Team Dynamics owner and driver Matt Neal. Who has also given his support to the project.


    We hope you can support us.

    Max @ WSVR

    http://www.worldseriesracing.com/
     
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  11. Stefan Woudenberg

    Stefan Woudenberg
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    All sounds interesting. :)

    I can't help you though.... as I am busy with my own LOLA B12/60 project.

    Just out of curiousity, you guys have the blue prints of these cars, that helps modelling them a lot and speeds up time too.
     
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