Great mod. Very nice FFB, handling characteristics of the different cars are enjoyable to learn, and the detail of the car visuals and sounds are very nice as well. I've crunched plenty of gearboxes - the clutch is very unforgiving to lazy peddling. Plenty of double clutching and heel-toe needed!
I would give this 6 stars if I could. The physics is mind-blowing, the choice of subject matter/era is both impeccable and encyclopedic, the sounds are great, and (courtesy of AMS) it has easily the best FFB I've ever experienced. After driving this, it's extremely hard for me to go back and drive similar cars in AC. Here, the handling is so much more subtle and has that "easy-to-learn-difficult-to-master" characteristic that real race cars have (I'm looking at you, Kunos C9). After 40 years of amateur racing (and a single test with a Trans Am team in the mid 80's) , I can say that this is as close as anyone's going to get with regard to driving the amazing cars of this era. I have no idea how this mod team did it, but they did. Sure, some of the in-car cockpits are a little low-res, but trust me: You won't give a crap after about 2 seconds of *driving* it (the important parts, like the instruments, have been re-done and look great btw).
Whoa, easy, this Mod is better physics than vanilla?! Is it legal? Finally gone "jerking" of physics, especially of compression machines (compared to original). And compared to previous versions of the mod, the grip on the track has improved. (gone mad "scrollability")
The turbine is beyond praise!
It is very nice to sit behind the wheel of these monsters in the cabin quite comfortable. The view outside is not perfect, but the eye does not cut, everything is done with dignity.
And when once again took off on Le mans, very sorry that in the 1980s there was no laser scanning.
This is how physics should be in AMS. Thanks, guys.
Sorry about Google translate)