Physics The Assetto Corsa Physics Repository

aphidgod

2000RPM
Original poster
Premium
Jun 27, 2015
2,212
3,254
This thread is an idea I had before I took my sabbatical, now that I'm back I guess I should see it through. :p

The idea here isn't to field physics questions or give advice (we have threads for that already) but rather to list the various cars I have "finished" physics for in the hopes that I can connect with a model or two. I realize it's a long shot, but that's better than no shot, so here we go.

In no particular order:
  • McLaren F1 (road)
  • Ferrari 355 Berlinetta
  • Ferrari 308 GTB QV
  • Lamborghini Jalpa
  • Porsche 944 (S, Turbo, Turbo S, Tuned)
  • Jaguar D-type 1955
  • Subaru Impreza WRX STi 2004 stock (USDM blobeye)
  • WTAC Time Attack cars, pro class (hawkeye STI, Evo VIII)
  • Ford GT40 MkIV

If you have a suitable or potentially suitable model "lying around," or are thinking about starting one and see something on this list you're interested in, let me know.

And if you are a physics modder and have some cars of your own to list, post 'em up! Getting even one hit justifies the thread. :thumbsup:
 
Last edited:

mclarenf1papa

1000RPM
Premium
Nov 7, 2013
1,751
2,439
  • 2013 Audi R18 E-Tron
  • McLaren F1 GTR Longtail
  • Mercedes CLK GTR GT1
  • Ferrari 458 Challenge Evo
  • Oreca 07
  • Acura ARX-05
  • SRT Viper GT3-R
  • SRT Viper GTS-R
  • Mercedes C11
  • Mosler MT900 GT3
  • Bunch of others at various levels of completion.
 
Last edited:

mussorgsky

1RPM
Nov 4, 2018
7
0
25
Oooh nice, I wanted to try modelling a 944 :D
Do you have any technical info that could aid modelling?
 

BrianB

100RPM
Oct 5, 2014
171
390
23
  • Ferrari 355 Berlinetta
  • Ferrari 308 GTB QV
These are both on my list of cars I would like to do at some point, but currently working on something else and don't want to have too many projects at a time.

And maybe a stupid question, but any idea how close the 308 GTB and 308 GT4 might be in terms of physics? The GT4 is the reason I got into modding because my dad owns one and I believe it hasn't been in any racing game ever.
 

Kyuubeey

1000RPM
May 2, 2014
1,562
2,045
22
Sure, I'll chip in. In no particular order and various levels of "over 50% completion". Other stuff is either not for your eyes, so early that I don't count it in or so ancient that I'd have to rework it to be happy.

Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R
Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R (Model being worked on!)
Nissan Skyline R33 GTS-25T (Model being worked on!)
Nissan Fairlady Z S30 (I'm working on the model!)
Datsun 240Z (I'm working on the model!)
Honda S2000 AP1
Honda Integra DC2 Type R
Toyota AE86
Toyota MR2 AW11
Peugeot 106 Rallye S1 and S2
 

AadHofman

250RPM
Jun 21, 2016
379
224
Not many in a relatively finished stage:

Lancia Delta S4 GrB (haven't seen the paymod)
Jaguar E-type (4.2 coupe)
Toyota Supra Twin Turbo (with laserscanned suspension, pretty different from Kunos')
Lancia Stratos
 

aphidgod

2000RPM
Original poster
Premium
Jun 27, 2015
2,212
3,254
Oooh nice, I wanted to try modelling a 944 :D
Do you have any technical info that could aid modelling?
Nothing in particular that would be useful for the 3d I'm afraid. I do have one in my driveway (an early '83 N/A) so I could provide some measurements and potentially some detail photos, in principle.

Does a crowdfunded/group buy of something like this count?

https://hum3d.com/3d-models/jaguar-d-type-1955/
Theoretically, maybe? For one, you have to be mindful of the license terms with those models and you also need to be sure they're not originally ripped from Forza (etc) as I've seen a fair few that have been.

Since that site offers a 'game ready' service (which I assume is essentially LODs?) I'd venture a guess that using it for an AC mod is ok in terms of the license. But it would still need a little bit of work to get it into proper condition. Financially speaking, $125 isn't bad at all... I've certainly spent more on less-useful things in my life. :unsure:
 

TWHH62

25RPM
Apr 9, 2014
27
48
58
I find the crowd funding idea interesting and promising!

Since I'm only interested in pre-1975 cars in terms of Assetto Corsa, I'd like to help build such cars with attractive looks and serious driving physics. Unfortunately, I am not able to create an appropriate vehicle model in the required quality with a 3D design program. At hum3d there are some cars I really would like to have in AC (especially a 250 GT SWB, a Chapparal 2D or even a D-Type Jaguar) - so if it comes to such an action - I'm in!
Torsten