The car in the screenshot has the endurance lights package installed. They are much more powerful than the ones in the sprint car:
Thanks, i thought the EVO version was GT3 and it will come to ACC but it seems the evo was GTE , my badThe current Ferrari in the game is the latest one... Next season an F8 GT3, maybe...
There is a GT3 EVO version, but that's the one that's currently in the game already.Thanks, i thought the EVO version was GT3 and it will come to ACC but it seems the evo was GTE , my bad
It seems ferrari denied(it was yesterday i believe) building F8 racing spec(GTE), they said they will continue with 488 base and will think about it after WEC's new rules and homologations (2021). i believe they will continue with 488 in GT3 class too.
So the evo one is competing in blancpain from 2018?There is a GT3 EVO version, but that's the one that's currently in the game already.
The non-evo version was the one from Assetto Corsa (1), it hasn't been released for ACC because it didn't compete in either 2018 or 2019 seasons.
I believe the only non evo versions are the ones racing in GT OPEN. All the Blancpain, ADAC, Intercontinental GT, World Challenge, IMSA, Blancpain Asia, Super GT300, models are EVOS.So the evo one is competing in blancpain from 2018?
tbh i'm very happy with the current one, i was afraid to lose it to a new one lol
This situation is an Aston Martin thing more than just an F1 thing. Aston Martin's CEO is taking an aggressive approach to getting the AM name lots of exposure and getting things done through partnerships with other companies. Their new generation road cars all use Mercedes-AMG engines, electronics, and infotainment, as does the GT3 version. The Valkyrie was designed with Red Bull, uses a Cosworth engine and Rimac hybrid system. Their Vantage DTM car and engine was built and developed by HWAThe Aston Martin Vantage - and the F1 Mercedes team - use HWA engines, so why does it matter... Or Alfa Romeo lol. Marketing has become just marketing for the sake of it.
Uhm, depends if the McLaren 720S will be included in this DLC/update as well, including the McLaren it will be 7 cars still to come. The Aston Martin and the Audi as shown above, the Porsche, the Lamborghini has it's Evo version for 2019, so does the Honda. And then there is the Herbie-ish GT3 Cup MR, that took part in the 24 hours of Spa. Track is obviously Zandvoort.What are the other cars, besides the Porsche?
I did indeed, thanks for correcting me.FWIW, I think you confused Mercedes HPP (which is owned by Mercedes and builds the F1 engines) with HWA, which is an independent company that is closely associated with Mercedes and has run their "factory" teams in DTM and now in Formula E but also does their own stuff (F3, F2, and Aston Martin DTM)
I don't think so, the Honda NSX and the Lamborghini Huracan both had Evolutions this year, so they are missing. And as they said 6 new car models there is still one missing.Exactly my thoughts
So with the new Porsche and Zandvoort missing, they will release it this weekend...