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  1. BMW M2 CS Racing is here! On the day of the release of the real car, we are proud that for our newest release we were able to team up with the race fanatics that are BMW Motorsport to bring the newest and hottest automobile from the Bavarian manufacturer to the virtual tracks everywhere in the world. Tested to perfection on the iconic Nürburgring Nordschleife, the BMW M2 CS Racing is the up and coming Cup class that will have drivers right in the action of multiclass endurance racing. Front engine – rear wheel driven, the formula for a thrilling challenge no matter where you race it! The close collaboration with BMW Motorsport, which started already during the development and testing of the real car, meant we had full access to every aspect of the car and the performance data BMW has gathered over the last couple of months. This means not only does the car look beautiful, being created based on the actual CAD data for the exterior, interior and suspension, but it drives just like the real one. We faithfully recreated every setting that you can use to setup the car and by comparing telemetry with that on our laser scanned tracks, we validated all aspects of suspension, engine and gearbox behavior. During these development iterations, we also had the BMW Motorsport drivers helping us with testing and validating the physics, so all the ingredients are there for an enjoyable time behind the steering wheel! Some technical details about the car. It is based on the F87 M2, with 3.0L turbo engine producing 550 Nm of torque and 350 horsepower. Those figures might seem low on paper compared to many modern street legal sports cars, but this car is built specifically for track usage, and BMW made sure acceleration from corner exit is more than good, with a flat engine power curve from 5000 rpm, up to almost 7000 rpm. Mid-corner, the M2’s well known agility is kept in check by a set of four 285 mm wide slicks on 18″ rims. Dry weight is 1535 kg, supported by track oriented adjustable dampers and a few sets of stiff springs. Both front and rear anti-roll bars are adjustable (2 options for each). Stopping power is provided by beefed up, lightweight 6 piston (front) and 4 piston (rear) calipers combined with 380 mm discs all around and ABS system tuned specifically for track usage. Traction control is also available, with a dedicated preset for dry and wet conditions, or can be turned completely off. To improve torque transfer to the rear tyres, the car has a proper racing plate-type Limited Slip Differential. Aerodynamics have also been optimized, with front splitter and adjustable rear wing at the back. The car is for sale in rFactor 2 now and you can find it here. Enjoy the drive!
  2. Χρόνια πολλά @andre και ότι επιθυμείς να το βρείς!
  3. rFactor 2 - 1.1116 Now Available! Steam Build IDs client: 4356193 dedi: 4356207 Server admins must update all dedicated servers - Added "Track Cuts Allowed": You can now configure the number of track cuts before a penalty is given out, in single-player and multi-player. This entry can be found in your 'player.JSON' file. - Fixed number of track cuts resetting after a driver swap. - Fixed an issue where some marshals would not wave flags. This was an issue particular to the Nordschleife and the exceptionally large number of marshals. - Added additional logging to help debug driver-swap issues.
  4. Roadmap Update October 2019 Hot on the tail of the Halloween Sale, we’re here to present you another monthly roadmap. As usual we have a lot going on and some juicy announcements we’re sure you’ll salivate over. Every month, we work in many diverse areas – that’s why the roadmap exists: we sew it all together and deliver it in a neat little package for you to digest. So let’s get started, you know the drill! rF24h the Rerun – start your engines! The fight for the endurance crown on the iconic Le Mans Circuit isn’t over for this year, and as promised previously, we are bringing back the rF24h event for the official rerun. France is calling on the 9th of November for the best of the best to once again take on the challenge. One might say that a rerun isn’t a thrilling thing to announce, but we are sure you’ll get excited about this one. To ensure that the endurance battle will be at the top of its game and to honor the effort and time the top teams from around the globe put into our big events, we decided to come up with a juicy prize pool that should get every single driver to strive for nothing short of victory. The 2019 rF24h – Le Mans Circuit will offer a total prize pool of €15.000! This is split into our two classes as follows: LMP 2: 1st place €3.500 2nd place €2.500 3rd Place €1.500 GTE: 1st place €3.500 2nd place €2.500 3rd Place €1.500 That is a big chunk of money right there for the best teams in the simracing world to grab! As this is a rerun, teams from the first iteration of this year who confirmed their attendance are set for this race as well. Remaining spots will be given out with a small qualifier event to make sure we have a full grid that we will all enjoy watching. Talking about watching, of course we will broadcast our major event as we did for the previous one. So gather your friends, drinks and chips and head on over to http://www.twitch.tv/rfactorlive from the 9th – 10th of November to witness simracing at its best. Not much more to say other than that we can’t wait to hear the screaming sounds of cars throughout the night as drivers are battling not just their opponents but also themselves as the clock is moving on. LEMANS 66 – new partner for the rF24h The announcement of the return of the rF24h – Le Mans Circuit isn’t the only exciting news we want to share with you in this month’s roadmap. When looking for partners for our events, we want to make sure that they fit right in – no artificial ways of connecting them to what we do and love. With “Le Mans 66 – Gegen jede Chance” (the German language version of the movie ‘Le Mans 66’) we found just the right partner for this major rFactor 2 event. In case you live under a rock or behind the moon on the right side (same for everyone that lives on the left side or down the road), let us quickly inform you what this is all about. As you can probably tell by the title already, the main focus of the new movie by 20th Century Fox is the story around the iconic Le Mans race back in 1966, for which American car designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) team up with Ford to battle Ferrari for the top spot at the prestigious endurance event. Based on a true story, this movie highlights the heroes behind this major achievement in motorsport, just like the heroes and their stories in our events. The movie will be released on the 14th of November in cinemas across Europe, which gives us enough time to celebrate this release in and around rFactor2. “Le Mans 66 – Gegen jede Chance” will not just be our main sponsor for the rF24h – Le Mans Circuit, we will also get some hotlap challenges running (only for Germany) until the release of the movie, where you can win tickets to watch this epic battle unfold on the big screen yourself. As a result of this partnership, don’t be surprised if your daily launch of rFactor 2 looks slightly different (wink) We are very proud of the chance to partner up with 20th Century Fox and the “Le Mans 66 – Gegen jede Chance” movie to get people excited about everything around fast cars and thrilling races! New User Interface We’ve been teasing the new UI for what seems like ages, and you’ve been waiting patiently on the sidelines for “that day” to come. All along the way, you’ve been part of the development process through sneak previews and updates in our monthly roadmaps. To keep you in the know, we’ve shared our progress in as much detail as possible. The challenges and the overall complexity we faced required a steady and determined approach to get this very essential set of new features firing on all cylinders. But all things need to eventually see the light of day, so we are now “revving the engine” with intent! We’re proud to be launching the first ‘public beta’ of the UI in mid-December – it’s your chance to finally get your hands on it to test drive! This first public beta will allow us to gauge two important things. Firstly, how well the system is working for everybody in terms of performance and stability. Secondly, and this is an important step for us, on how you want this system to evolve. By collecting this data based on your participation, we will be able to systematically improve the system in the months to come. Our goal is to make sure the whole system is robust, and then make it the default. When that happens, we will also switch our releases to 64 bit only. Competition Expect the first public beta to not yet include the new competition system. We simply did not want to throw too many things at you at once. By December, we will be in a good position to test the comp system, and rest assured that there will be a steady stream of updates from the first public beta onward. The first steps will include testing both the “mechanics” of the different competition formats, as well as collecting data based on your participation so we will be able to test out our ‘driver rating’ algorithms. Here too, your personal feedback will be a crucial element in deciding how we go forward and which particular improvements we focus on during the next phase of development. To show you an in-development sneak peek of the competition system, here’s a look at the current front-end. Content On the content side of things, we are uber busy working on new top secret projects, so we can’t announce anything just yet. In the meantime, here’s a snap update we’ve done for the Nissan GT500 to bring it in line with the new materials! We can’t wait to see your new skin creations on this enigmatic Japanese beast! Look out for this update to come down in the next few days. And in other news, the Nürburgring is the track that keeps on giving! There are three new layouts incoming in the next few days: two ‘Sprint’ layouts (with and without chicane), these are shortened versions of the GP layout, and of course the epic full ‘Endurance’ layout that combines most of the GP layout as well as the full Nordschleife. That’s it for this month! Happy racing and until the next one!
  5. Steam Halloween sale! ……..Booo!!!! It will haunt you in your dreams if you don’t jump on these discounts! Happy Halloween everybody! Get rFactor 2 for 50% OFF! Sebring 30% OFF, Endurance Pack 50% OFF, GT3 Challengers Pack 33% OFF, GT3 Pack 50% OFF.
  6. Πρόσφατα είχα το ίδιο πρόβλημα και έσβησα το player.json και έφτιαξε, άβυσσος τα ΠιΣι Το ACC καλύτερο του AC αλλά το rF2 έχει καλύτερη πληροφορία στο τιμόνι όπως κι εσύ κατάλαβες.
  7. Παιχνιδάρα, επιτέλους βγαίνει στο PC!!
  8. Roadmap Update September 2019 Traditionally, September has been a busy month for us again. Since our last update, a little of three weeks ago, we’ve been at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt, where we were at the spectacular Porsche booth and showed off rFactor 2 and the brand new Formula E 2020 car and Porsche livery. No less than six high-end simulators were driven by people of the audience, simracers, influencers and both Porsche factory drivers, Neel Jani and Andre Lotterer. As soon as we were back, we shifted our focus on final preparation of the Nürburgring and Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car. I guess a lot of you are still driving these right now, but let’s take a brief look at what the future will bring! McLaren Shadow – Season 2 It’s the time of the year again to see who is the fastest rFactor 2 driver to represent us in the finals of the yearly McLaren Shadow competition! As you may remember, two years ago Rudy van Buren won the first McLaren esports event, at the time still called World’s Fastest Gamer. Last year, Nuno Pinto was the runner-up, so we have a good track record! Qualifiers are open right now, and the top 20 lap times will be entered into the live broadcast race on the 13th October – so set up your McLaren Senna GTR and get practising! The winner of the rFactor 2 round will also win a tour of the McLaren Technology Centre, and an awesome Sunday Grandstand ticket at Silverstone 2020, including flights and accommodation. Do not worry if you aren’t in the top 20 however, by simply doing a lap you will be entered into the draw to win some of the following: 2x Sunday grandstand tickets 2020 season for a race of the participants choice (Not including travel or accommodation); 5x McLaren caps; 5x McLaren T-shirts signed by Lando Norris. There that sounds great! To enter check our guide here for the McLaren Shadow rFactor 2 qualifiers. Content Both the Nürburgring and Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car will see further updates. The track will get a few more layouts to complete all possible combinations and the car will get more liveries as well as a “VLN” upgrade. In the meantime we are obviously already working on new content and licenses, but it’s a bit too early to reveal anything about those, so we’re just going to drop a hint that we’ll do more on different layouts in the future! Code In July we gave you a technical update on some of the fixes we are working on to make the multiplayer and endurance racing more bullet proof. By now we have fixed all the issues that we have since discovered and we will continue to investigate any new reports coming in. At the same time, focus is shifting back to completing the new UI and competition system. We are working towards a public beta release, and we’re confident that we can announce a release date for that in next month’s roadmap. On the graphics side, we’ve just finished an internal rewrite of our shader system. This is mainly of interest to content authors. It makes their lives a lot easier. In short this change is about creating less shaders that can more easily be configured through optional features and texture maps, instead of having a lot of specialized shaders. In the end this gives authors more overview and an easier workflow to make changes and optimize the materials they need. Our next focus is on some additional improvements to our lighting system. This is a process that starts with a validation and research phase as we want to really review the whole system from the ground up to make sure all calculations are being done correctly and to current standards. At this point we are not sure yet what the outcome of this will be visually, but at the very least we will be sure everything’s mathematically sound, and we expect some (subtle) improvements as the outcome of this process. That’s it for this month, or rather the last three weeks since the last roadmap. We wish you all a lot of fun racing rFactor 2!
  9. Renault Trucks T Range Everyone probably knows what's coming - at least everyone who saw any part of our hint and tease campaign on social media coordinated with Renault Trucks. So let's say it out loud - the wait is over! There were many hurdles to overcome to get here, but from this moment on, the Renault Trucks T Range is officially available in Euro Truck Simulator 2! We absolutely loved your reactions since the first teaser post and we'd like to confirm that, as many of you had wished, the T Range in the game has a wide variety of configuration options. It comes with 2 cabins, 6 chassis, 6 engines, 7 transmissions, 5 interiors and a load of accessories! The T Range will be the third member of the Renault Trucks family in our game. Just as it is a true game-changer in the real-world, we foresee many Renault Trucks fans making the T Range their primary truck right away! The T Range comes as a free addition for every owner of the game; if you update the game on Steam (which may or may not require a restart for some users), it will automatically be downloaded. Be sure to opt-out of any beta branches first!
  10. McLaren Shadow 2019 rFactor 2 Qualifier Get ready for one of the world’s most intense and demanding competitions for virtual racers. This is the 3rd year we have worked together with McLaren to create something unique. Last year, rFactor 2 winner Nuno Pinto fought hard to earn his place in the finals where he eventually finished runner-up – now it could be your turn to take part!! Not only that, there will there be awesome prizes for taking part in the rFactor 2 round this year; The winner wins a tour of the McLaren Technology Centre, and an awesome Sunday Grandstand ticket at Silverstone 2020 (including flights and accommodation). And even if you enter, you could be lucky enough to win one of the following: 2x Sunday grandstand tickets 2020 season for a race of the participants choice (Not including travel or accommodation) 5x McLaren caps 5x McLaren T-shirts signed by Lando Norris The rFactor 2 winner will join 7 other contestants to fight for a place on as a paid driver on McLaren Shadow team, as well as an awesome experience at the finals, such as driving McLarens! It’s a contest that will see the winner offered an awesome role, follow @mclarenshadow on Twitter for the latest news! Registration opens Monday 30th September at 13.00 CEST, dive into the rFactor 2 McLaren Shadow qualifier and experience driving the McLaren Senna GTR at Silverstone. Schedule and format So, how does it work!? We will have 1 super-hot round of hotlaps starting from the 30th September until the 6th October. The top 20 drivers will then compete in a shootout race on Sunday 13th October at 20.00 CEST live broadcast across channels. 30th September – 6th October: McLaren Senna GTR on Silverstone GP – Top 20 qualify for Weekend Showdown 13th October Before you begin, if you haven’t already, you will need to have a copy of rFactor 2 installed and the McLaren Senna GTR! If not, there are a few steps required to get going. Step 1 Firstly create a Steam account, download and install rFactor 2 here Then you will need to purchase the incredible McLaren Senna GTR here Once installed, we suggest you setup your wheel and options in single player. See here for a guide on what to do with your install Step 2 You are ready to go! Click here to enter the McLaren Shadow competition. To get you going checkout the following; Log into our competition system with your Steam account. Just click on the “Sign In” and follow the steps according to steam. After that, you can subscribe to the current event. If you don´t have an account on our competition system yet, you will need to fill in those details and create one. After you’ve done this, it´s time to sign up for the Shadow event. Make sure you read the terms & conditions. The next step shows you the current session running, info about the event etc. On the bottom left you find your quick way onto hotlap servers to create your fastest laptime on track. Before you hit “join session”, make sure you got Steam open, rFactor 2 installed, as well as the needed content for that round. You will likely see a pop-up looking similar to this, make sure to Open Steam Client Bootstrapper here. Steam will then notify you about joining the server. This won’t pop up into to foreground so you might need to click on your steam window to see and accept it. Choose your car livery, click on race and off you go. During the session you can adjust your car settings to your liking. Good luck! If you need help you can chat with us directly on Discord – click here https://discord.gg/CruX93K Rules Right just some hotlap/time trial rules, we will be reviewing all laps that qualify in the top-30 and performing spot-checks, those that do not observe correct driving may have their lap removed or will be disqualified (DQ) Observe the track limits at all times, if we observe track cutting that is unrealistic with all wheels in an off-track position the lap will be invalidated You can use the green run-off at Stowe if the game allows it – if you are outside of this area with all four wheels your lap will be DQ’d Do not use off-tracks prior to the lap starting to gain speed Do not use external software to modify performance Respect your competitors Good Luck!
  11. Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is here! When it comes to the ultimate customer race car, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is probably high on the list, if not the leader, as it features in so many races. Used not only in the Porsche Cups around the entire globe, but also in several other racing series, including the all-famous 24 Hours at the Nürburgring, this Weissach masterpiece is one-of-a-kind. A 4.0-litre with six cylinders, using of course the boxer configuration, pushes this racer in a blink of an eye through every tough corner. Bringing it to rFactor 2 once again shows our determination to provide our community with the most popular race classes. We are thankful for the great relationship we were able to establish with a first-class manufacturer such as Porsche. Enjoy door-to-door racing, either in a Cup setting or as part of a multi-class grid, and show the world that you can dominate this well-known machine. Porsche builds the new 911 GT3 Cup on the same production line at the Porsche factory in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen as the road-going 911. In its latest iteration, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is equipped with a 4.0-litre, six-cylinder boxer engine. The vehicle generates 485 hp (357 kW) at 7,500 revs per minute, 35 horsepower more than the previous generation. Power is delivered to the rear axle via a race clutch and a Porsche-Motorsport-designed six-speed dog-type gearbox with a mechanical limited-slip differential. For the first time in a Porsche-made cup race car, gear shifting is performed with paddle shifters on the steering wheel. The newly developed racing brake system improves the endurance qualities of the 911 GT3 Cup 991: With 38cm diameter brake discs on all four corners, operated by aluminium six-piston monobloc racing calipers in the front and four-piston units at the rear. In the race department at Weissach, the suspension underwent modifications to ensure higher precision and more stability at high speeds. Compared to its predecessor, the type 997, the wheelbase grew by 100 mm, improving handling at the limit. Porsche Motorsport redesigned the single-piece 18 inch race rims with central locking. The width of the Michelin racing slicks at the front axle grew by 2 cm to now measure 27 cm, and at the rear axle by 1 cm to 31 cm. Click here to buy it!
  12. Welcome to the Ring! Located in the Eifel region of Germany, the Nürburgring can easily be described as one of the most – if not the most – iconic race locations on the entire globe. Built right into the trees and the ups and downs of this lovely countryside, the Nürburgring offers a challenge even to the absolute best of the racing world. The two circuits, Nordschleife and Nürburgring GP, have seen the greatest of motorsport over the years, but they are also places for amateur drivers from all over the world to get their dose of track driving and to follow the same roads their heroes did or do. Bringing such an icon to rFactor 2 is a real honor for us. Just like our playerbase, we always dreamed about taking the virtual cars onto the Nordschleife or Nürburgring and just enjoy pure driving. Experiencing this track during development was absolutely special. Every motorsport fan knows this track and has seen plenty of footage, especially from the remarkable 24 Hour event. Working on bringing it to life in our very own simulation and then being able to even drive on it was a breathtaking moment for the studio. Bit by bit the wireframe turned into the best playground we could think of. The laserscan we used is from 2018, making it the most accurate and modern representation of this holy grail of motorsport history and also modern times. Like so many other simracers, we visited the track during Simracing Expo or even just in our free time, being captured by the mythos and the feeling you get just by being close to it. And now it’s finally in rFactor 2, for you all to race on and enjoy. Click here to buy it! History The Nürburgring’s story goes way back, all the way to the 1920s! Its home is in the town of Nürburg, Germany, and although it has weathered the decades of the past, it has come out intact and today has transformed into a vast motorsports complex with a capacity of over 150.000, with a fan-base that’s arguably one of the most dedicated and die-hard in the world of motorsports. Layouts This initial release features no less than four unique layouts, with more to come later as free upgrades. Nordschleife “North loop” The now almost ancient Nordschleife “North loop” dates back to the roaring 1920s ! Meandering its way through the countryside and circling the medieval castle of Nürburg and its small village, the Ring’s roads and sharp curbs snake around the idyllic and bucolic Eifel landscape. The full Nordscheife loop is 20.8 km with a jaw-dropping 300 meters of elevation changes. Nürburgring Grand Prix Among modern, well-known tracks, this Grand Prix track, which was built in 1984 and used for Formula One up to 2013, remains a great venue for modern racing. The Grand Prix is a very technical track that requires acute timing and precision. Its iconic sharp first section of turns is a real test of braking mastery. Nürburgring 24 Hours The 24 Hours Nürburgring layout is 25km of grueling endurance. The layout starts on the Grand Prix circuit and then transtions to the North loop. Skipping only the Mercedes Arena section of the Grand Prix, it uses most of the two layouts. The modern and old clash, but co-exist in a way that gives this immense layout its unique character. Part technical, part old school, the 24 hours layout is the ultimate test of flexibility and skillful racing for anyone calling themselves an endurance driver ! Nürburgring Combined The ‘Combined’ layout is a close cousin of the 24 Hours layout. The only difference is it includes the Mercedes Arena section, making it a slightly longer layout with an extra challenge! Sections of the Nordschleife With too many corners to cover them all individually, we decided to summarize a lap around the Nordschleife on a section by section basis, giving you a little history and advice on each! Antoniusbuche This first section of the Nordschleife was named after an altar that was dedicated to St. Antony. The altar was situated below a huge beech tree that was taken down before the Second World War to make room for another road. Tiergarten Currently known for the “Hotel am Tiergarten” run by the family Schmitz, whose daughter Sabine won the 24h more than once and is well known for driving the BMW ring taxi for over 10 years, this part was named after a burial ground for animals that died in combat. Hohenrain A braking zone surrounded by grass and nowadays parking areas for the track. Hatzenbach Just to the left of the track, a small creek gave its name to this section of the track. This twisty section is all about rhythm and momentum. Hocheichen Ironically, the great oaks this section is named after actually had to be largely cut down to make space for the track. Quiddelbacher-Höhe Here the track actually passes along a ridge on the highest part of the village of Quiddelbach. This and the following sections are all about nerve and keeping your foot down if you dare! Flugplatz Although many driving the track will remember this section as a place where you actually get all four wheels off the ground, giving you the feeling of flying, the area left of the track was a former airfield for gliders. Schwedenkreuz A stone cross, erected there in 1638 as a memorial to the mayor of Kelberg and tax-collector for Adenau after he was believed to be killed by deserters from the Swedish army. Iron clamps nowadays hold together the remains of the cross, which broke roughly a century ago. Aremberg A volcanic hill and nearby village share the name with this section of the track. As soon as you exit this section you plunge downhill at high speed, only to emerge again at the top, which is one of the slowest parts of the track. Fuchsröhre Spontaneously named by construction workers after a frightened fox that dived into a drain pipe during the construction of this section of the track. The incident actually temporarily halted work. Adenauer Forst This part of the forest, near the town of Adenau, gave name to the track passing through. Metzgesfeld An ancient map from 1860 marks this area as a field that was owned by someone called Metzges. It’s actually a quite complicated section of the track to drive. Be aware of where the jumps are and don’t let the curbs fool you. Kallenhard The old German term “hard” means mountain forest, so essentially this is just another part of the track that is named after a forest. Wehrseifen From an old German we go to a Celtic word, “seifen” meaning valley. This valley marked the border between the towns of Breidscheid and Adenau, which have since formed one single town. It is also the slowest corner on the track. Ex-Mühle After the original owner of the water mill refused to sell the necessary land to build a paddock here, this section was promptly named after the mill. Obviously that refusal also meant the start/finish line could not be situated here. Driving wise it’s downhill and back up again, where the start of the climb is the biggest challenge, taking as much speed up the hill as you can. Bergwerk Until roughly 1900, this was the location of a mine, where lead and silver were mined. The mine closed after those natural resources were exhausted. Leading onto the back straight, this is an important corner to get right. It’s probably also one of the most dangerous ones. Kesselchen Named during construction after the little valley this section is in. Klostertal In the 14th century, this part of the valley housed a convent (or “Kloster” as this is called in German) where an Order of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem lived. Later, in the 18th century, a monk lived there who helped people in need. Steilstrecke Not in use today, but a former testing section, and still open for the public. Keeping your momentum here is crucial, with no room for error! Karussell Probably the most iconic turn of the whole track is the carousel. The original bend went around the top of the turn, with the banked section being there for drainage only, but one day a driver called Caracciola had the idea to actually drive this section and the rest is history. Entry and exit of the hairpin are probably the most important to get right. Hohe Acht Named after a hill that is the highest point in the region which can be found close to the race track. Hedwigshöhe This section was named after the wife of the spiritual godfather of the Ring. While her husband was overseeing the construction of the track, Hedwig enjoyed the panoramas from this point on the track. Wippermann In the early days of the track, cars used to go up and down in this section of the track, that has since been made less dangerous, like the earlier Flugplatz. That does not mean it’s an easy section today. Try not to upset the car too much here! Eschbach This is another twisty section of the track that got its name from both a creek and a small village of the same name. The name itself also refers to a lot of ash trees that used to stand here. Brünnchen The literal translation being “little well”, this was the location of several irrigation lines to Herschbroich and also the location of a bridge over a creek that is part of the track. This is a popular location for spectators too, because there are always a lot of things happening. Don’t be the next person to grab their attention there! Pflanzgarten Often also referred to as Pflanzgarten 1 and 2, this area used to be the site of gardens and fields for growing plants of the counts of Nürburg. Stefan-Bellof-S An S turn that was named after the race driver who set a new lap record in 1983 during a 1000 kilometer race. Schwalbenschwanz With a bit of imagination, if you look at this section of the track, it looks like the tail of a swallow, so it was named like that. At the end of this section lies the small “Karussell”, a baby version of the most iconic turn on the track. Keep your speed up and have a good flow to finally exit onto the long straight with maximum momentum! Galgenkopf It’s been a while since public executions were in fashion, but when they were, this is where the people of Nürburg held them. Döttinger Höhe This long straight was named after the high point near the village of Döttingen. If you’ve made it all the way to the end, enjoy the drive!
  13. rFactor 2 - 1.1115 Now Available! Steam Build IDs client: 4203454 dedi: 4203458 Server admins must update all dedicated servers - Improvements and bug fixing for the newly integrated Steam plugin. This includes a fix for a freeze that would occur at 33 minutes into a session, for some users. - Fixed player count in the matchmaker.
  14. Formula E Gen2 2019/2020 v1.17 - Added Porsche 2020 liveries - Adjustment for slightly more cooling
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