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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by iwn, Jan 18, 2016.
I found this from the attic. It was quite a lot of fun over a decade ago.
Probably too hard to get much and useful infos about the cars to rebuilt them as realistic as other more modern mods? But I’d love to see a 16 cylinder Auto Union Type C to be honest.
Isn't there supposed to be a Fangio Maserati coming sometime this year?
Possibly. I know you could find a lot of similar cars in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway museum (and even more in the basement) but I don't know how much data they'd let you gather. When I go to the vintage weekend there in the summers there are some privately owned cars like these that are still being raced and I'd bet those guys would be happy to provide any data they could. Easier said than done, of course, but I'd love to race these old death-traps for sure!
The 1937 Grand Prix season was one of the greatest ever, the cars were technical marvels, absolute beasts. Everyone talks about the late 80s turbo era with Mansell, Senna and Prost but the late 30s were equally dramatic with drivers like Rosemeyer, Caracciola and Nuvolari manhandling 500+bhp monsters.
I'd love to drive a Kunos Auto Union Type C, Alfa 12C, Mercedes W125 or Maserati 6CM.
On Avus, please!
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