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I’m very impatiently waiting on my Oculus Rift Development kit to turn up. I am so convinced that this is the future of gaming that I have dismantled my triple screen setup.
The guys at CXC Simulations seem to have got it up and running in iRacing already, most likely with the help of the veiro drivers or similar.
I know the team at iRacing have a couple of dev kits on order so we’ll have native support eventually. Of course most likely it will have to wait for the consumer version to come out as the Dev Kit is… Continue reading
Thanks for hanging in there. The site has had some issues lately with our Godaddy Hosting.
Something or other was going in over night and changing a file that’s needed to give access. I’m hopeful the changes I made last night have sorted the issue and it won’t be over written again.
It started with a fellow Aussie, working with V8 Supercars and iRacing, the result was simply stunning and had more than one person saying it was a sample taken from a real race and over laid on an iRacing replay video.
The next car to get the treatment was the new Gen 6 Nascar.
iRacing is continuing to push out the updates to the remaining cars. The best part of the video? for me it’s the Lotus 49 as it means that in addition to the new sounds, the v5 NTM is ready, which will bring additional flex and life… Continue reading
Ron Howard is at the helm of Rush, the much anticipated Formula 1 movie.
The hope is that it will a race fan’s homage to a great era in the sport, re John Frankenheimer’s Grand Prix, rather than the sham that was Driven.
A movie so bad that F1 kicked them out and they finished / re-shot it as a CART movie.
The movie centers on the battle between Niki Lauda and James Hunt, and includes the ’76 crash that nearly claimed Niki’s life.
I’m very much looking forward to this movie.
In case you’ve been living under a rock (how’s that for a cliche) or just aren’t into NASCAR, you may not be aware that they have just released a new car.
The Gen 6 NASCAR is a move to get the race cars more in line with their showroom counterparts.
It is new for this season, and just ran at Daytona for the season opener.
Oh and iRacing, NASCAR’s official Sim Racing Partner just released the virtual one for you to drive.
The first one released is the Chevrolet SS (Holden Commodore for the Aussies reading) and the Ford Fusion… Continue reading