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    GTR3!


    credo sia giusto il cross-posting della notizia.

    facciamo un pizzico di storia, con quello che son riuscito a capire: i simbin sono un gruppo svedese fondato dai fratelli speed e ian bell. ottengono grande successo con i titoli gtr e gtr2. ian bell si stacca se ne va e fonda quelli che sono gli attuali slightly mad studios = project cars. i simbin ad un certo punto, decidono di rinnovarsi e la formula migliore risulta essere dichiarare la bancarotta e fondare i nuovi sector 3 studios = raceroom. ad un certo punto ritirano fuori il marchio simbin e i due fratelli speed si dividono la guida dei due studio che condividono know-how e risorse interne.

    i sim bin annunciano gtr3. ed è tanta roba anche per noi.

    http://www.iraceonline.com/forum/th...nuova-simulazione-di-guida.10684/#post-109900

    http://www.racedepartment.com/threads/gtr-3-by-simbin-coming-in-2018.131230/

    per noi di raceroom le parti salienti sono:



    più tutta la parte riguardo la fisica, il meteo dinamico e la transizione giorno/notte.

    ora visto che si parla di demo tra 6 mesi, e si parla di versione di raceroom su unreal engine 4 in stato avanzato, e visto che gli screenshoot della z4 a spa girano da tempo... secondo me in queste foto non è gtr3 ;)

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    Sector3 Studios to upgrade RaceRoom Racing Experience to Unreal Engine 4 and include day / night cycle, enhanced weather and improved physics in future development plans.

    When RaceDepartment went to visit the new UK office of SimBin Studios a few weeks ago we had the chance to have a chat with Sector3 Studio Head Christopher Speed, where we took the opportunity to speak about the future of RaceRoom Racing Experience and gauge how the Swedish developers plan to prolong the relevance of the title in light of an increasingly competitive sim racing marketplace.

    Many of us know the history behind RaceRoom Racing Experience, and the great strides the game has made under the leadership of Sector3 following their formation back in 2014. However with many top quality games such as Project CARS 1&2, Assetto Corsa, rFactor 2, Automobilista and many others flooding into the racing game space, what do Sector3 intend to do with RaceRoom Racing Experience in order to improve their positon in the sim racing pecking order?

    "We know with R3E the game engine is old in comparison to the competition, there is no doubt we are missing certain elements and eye candy the others have. We took the decision that Unreal is the way to go" said Chris Speed.
    This is indeed exciting news for RaceRoom fans, and with a new graphics engine sat in front of an already very enjoyable force feedback experience and some incredibly well made content, a move to the Unreal engine and the addition of all the benefits that will bring could prove to be somewhat of a game changer for the title - proof positive that the current investment of both time and money fans have dropped on RaceRoom Racing Experience won't be wasted in light of the GTR3 announcement.

    "Eventually RaceRoom will move across to this new technology, but first and foremost it's GTR3. Then we look into what we can do with RaceRoom afterwards.... he continued.
    Of course with SimBin Studios UK dedicated to working on the new game, and Sector3 still progressing with the current RaceRoom project as well as lending support to GTR3, it will be some time until the benefits of the Unreal 4 development see light of day in RaceRoom.

    "There is no doubt that the work that is going on for GTR3 we will see in RaceRoom when we make that decision to switch, which means day night cycle, weather, improved physics, AI and visuals. All these goodies will be coming across when the time is right" added Speed.
    This is very positive news for fans of R3E. With the long term aim of SimBin and Sector3 to get the Unreal Engine 4 working to it's maximum potential, Speed was at pains to stress that the continual development of RaceRoom remains Sector3's priority. He went on to acknowledge the fact that many currently missing features that fans consider to be essential content are in development and should be included in the title as part of future update.

    "No doubt there is still some key elements missing in RaceRoom... Flag system, tyre compounds on certain cars is being worked on. Multiclass racing we have a design on paper and will at some point work towards that but first and foremost we have to get the structured MP racing features done"
    When pushed on the subject of the sheer volume of work to be undertaken in order to get both games where they want them to be, Speed explained a little more about the division of resources

    Think of it like this, two separate studios working on two separate products. We are under the same umbrella but we are two separate entities working on different things. We are supporting one another in different areas and provide feedback where necessary, but the Swedish studio is still solely responsible for RaceRoom whilst the UK studio is responsible for GTR3.

    This is a very intelligent move by both development teams as it allows Sector3 and RaceRoom Racing Experience to benefit from a considerable jump up in technology and graphical standards, without the need to undertake a costly development exercise in terms of both money and resource if the team were to go it alone with just the RaceRoom product. Basically by developing a shared structure of support with SimBin and GTR3, Sector3 will be able to utilise the hard work and development effort that goes into producing the new GTR3 game for the benefit of R3E, a move that may have been more difficult and costly to achieve otherwise.

    For a sim running an older engine and DX9, RaceRoom still looks a very visually pleasing title and stands well amongst it's sim racing rivals. The studio are well known for the quality of their content, and have some very impressive licences already under lock and key in terms of the WTCC, DTM and ADAC deals, plus some interesting open wheel vehicles and a number of official licenced cars and manufacturers, so a move over to the latest generation graphics and inclusion of weather, time of day, improved physics and all those other things that are yet to be revealed, it looks like the future of this game is very secure and rather exciting indeed.

    In case anyone wondered how much more development RaceRoom has in front of it in light of the new announcement, I'll leave that over to Chris to put those doubts to rest.

    "We want to assure everyone that RaceRoom is going to be here for a long time."

    We will be publishing the full RaceRoom interview sometime in the next couple of days. We will talk more about the future development, have a deeper look at the focus on eSports racing, chat about some new content coming to the sim and take a look behind the scenes at what RaceRoom has in store for their fans heading off into the future.

    Stay tuned to RaceDepartment over the weekend to read more!


    RaceRoom Racing Experience is a PC only racing simulation from Sector3 Studios. Available to download for free with limited content, further cars and tracks can be added either as individual items or full packs via the in game RaceRoom store.

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    Here at RaceDepartment we do club racing. We do club racing very well indeed. If you feel the need for an online fix then please head over to our RaceRoom Racing Experience League and Club Racing forum to have a look what we have on offer and sign up for an event - all skills and experiences welcomed.

    If you don't want to get involved in the racing action then head on over to the RaceRoom Racing Experience sub forum to catch up with all the latest news and discussions regarding the game, download a mod or two or just simply hang out with like minded individuals. All here at RaceDepartment.com!

    Do you feel excited for the future of RaceRoom Racing Experience? What do you most anticipate? What series licences would you like the developers to secure for the game? What new features are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments section below!

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    RaceDepartment talks the future development of RaceRoom Racing Experience with Sector3 Studios.
    Following our recent interview with Chris and Allan Speed of Sector3 Studios and SimBin Studios UK, respectively, we today release our second part of the interview series, this time with a focus on the future development of RaceRoom Racing Experience, how the new studio will impact future targets for R3E and the upcoming focus on competitive eSports competition.

    You can read the RaceRoom Racing Experience in full below:

    RD: RaceRoom has come a long way in a short period of time, what's changed behind the scenes to enable this growth in development?


    CS: A large part of that has been simply listening to the fans. I’ll hold my hands up, at SimBin we had a tendency to keep things close to the chest, in hindsight that maybe was the wrong approach. One of the things we wanted to do at Sector3 was to open up a little bit, be more social and hold the dev streams at the studio live and tell people - this is what's coming up, this is what you can expect, send us your questions in, that sort of thing. Ok we might not please everyone, but people have to understand we are 10 guys sitting in an office in Sweden, seven guys working remotely around the world and we're just cracking on.

    Back to an earlier question about do we expect to continue development of R3E, absolutely 100%. We still have a lot of work to do and also a lot of requests from the publisher to ensure the longevity of the title can continue.

    RD: Will you guys be moving Raceroom over to Unreal?

    CS: It kind of works in unison to be honest. We know with R3E the game engine is old in comparison to the competition, there is no doubt we are missing certain elements and eye candy the others have. We took the decision that Unreal is the way to go, we did some R&D early in the year and we setup SimBin, that's what they are going to work on. That's not going to happen overnight either. Eventually RaceRoom will move across to this new technology, but first and foremost it's GTR3. Then we look into what we can do with RaceRoom afterwards. I want to be 100% clear we are not ceasing work on our current development plan for RaceRoom.

    There is no doubt that the work that is going on for GTR3 we will see in RaceRoom when we make that decision to switch which means day night cycle, weather, improved physics, AI and visuals. All these goodies will be coming across when the time is right.

    RD: You've recently launched a first pass at VR, that must have been a challenge with DX9?

    CS: It was a challenge indeed and something we were unsure about using the current game engine we have. I think what we achieved as a first pass, the fact we have it running in DX9 is fantastic and it will certainly add a new dimension and level of immersion to the game. The next steps for us on VR is optimisation, fixing bugs and making sure the UI is working the way we need it to.

    Achieving this also adds another string to our bow for our event version we run at tracks and events as VR is the hot topic at the moment, and there is a lot of demand for a high level of immersion in events where partners want to attract certain crowds.

    We will of course be running VR in GTR3 straight from the box and maybe we will see some certain game modes that are VR specific, adding VR gets the creativeness flowing that’s for sure so it’s an area of real interest to us.

    RD: It has often been said the R3E fans have to wait a long time between updates, and sometimes post update you have a number of server issues. What is the strategy going forwards with regards to update frequency and resolving those 503 server problems?

    CS: I think if you look at the most recent updates we are updating the game every month and that is a strategy we have adopted since October last year. Yes, there was a period when we were quiet for a few months during 2016 but this was down to a lot of back-end system work, fixing issues and working on requests from some of our partners and publisher which were event specific.

    Regarding the 503 error issues we have had, they were causing us a headache but we have done and will continue to do a lot of work in the back ground to rectify this problem and at the moment and looking at our last few patches this have been improved greatly.

    RD: On the subject of content, do you have any new or interesting licenses coming up at the moment you want to share with us?

    CS: All the previous partners we have been working with we continue to discuss the license availability and we also move forward with new potential license partners. These discussions can be quite lengthy and do take time. Those licences in the past have been expensive for us, so now we are trying to turn it into a partnership where we purely base it on a revenue percentage type of deal. WTCC of course is a long standing relationship between RaceRoom, KW and SimBin / Sector3 so obviously that will continue to fruition. Again working with the likes of Volvo for the S60 Polestar, that's coming soon, Silverstone's out and obviously we've announced some Swedish tracks, why? Two reasons why, we decided to try and work with some of our back catalogue of tracks we have and second of all in Sweden there is some business we can generate from the event version of R3E within Scandinavia . We still have a number of locations in Sweden that are still running the old software, so if we can give them the R3E event version with some really cool local tracks that are suited to WTCC or STCC cars then we'll do it. We also have a number of exceptionally cool licences coming up, but we can't talk about that yet...

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    RD: So do you think we might see STCC 3 or the equivalent coming then?


    CS: We sat down in an office 12 months ago and discussed a new STCC game, but I think neither side felt comfortable with the time frames that was being talked about so we left it at that.

    RD: That's a shame as I know people are crying out for a new STCC game. Is it fair to say never say never on the subject, especially with the championship moving to TCR regs from this year

    CS: I think in this industry and with the partners we work with it’s safe to say ‘never say never’.

    RD: Saying that then, would anything maybe be cooking with regards to the move to TCR regs, both in Sweden and further afield?

    CS: As I said previously we continue to discuss all types of license deals and for us TCR is a very interesting series so we will see what happens...

    RD: TCR is an interesting series as the cars are used across many different championships around the world. Surely its just the skin packs and AI files once the cars are done.

    CS: (Laughs) If only you really knew…. There's much more to it than that of course, in reality it’s just not like that. There is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes just to get a car or a track in a game.

    RD: So what do you have in store in the immediate future for fans to get excited about? Can you tell us more about your intentions to bring organised multiplayer (or eSports) to RaceRoom Racing Experience?

    CS: As it stands our current priority is to push the ranked systems for MP. We already have the player rating tracking data behind the scenes so we can look at the numbers and adjust accordingly. We also have the reputation system coming in next patch that will track players incidents behind the scenes so again looking at the numbers and tweak if needed. These will be used to determine your eligibility for different tiers and categories of ranked MP races.

    The MP races will be running on schedule where players will be able to sign up via the portal and follow the progression. This we feel will add a missing element for players who look for more progression. It’s about competing against players that have the same skill level which ultimately will add additional purpose to MP races.

    RD: But you will keep the single player module bolted on to it, so people can play against AI if they choose and also online?

    CS: Absolutely, none of that will change moving forward. We will continue to improve the single player experience throughout the course of development.

    RD: The recent Mercedes DTM online competition was a great success for you RaceRoom, any plans to do something similar in future?

    CS: We've had a load of discussions with other companies and partners on the back of the Mercedes event with RaceRoom, which for us was kind of a springboard into what we can really do with a partner. We couldn't believe what we were watching, it was unbelievable the kinds of numbers we had watching the event was fantastic and Mercedes were happy with it.

    RD: To be frank that event wasn't really widely known about outside of the core RaceRoom user base, so to get the kind of viewing figures you did was an impressive feat.

    CS: For us it really hit home the potential we have, but also what it means to have a strong partner on-board. Let’s not forget Mercedes pulling power marketing wise and social wise is bigger than certainly R3E, Sector3 and SimBin put together, even RaceRoom as a company.

    EuroGamer did a great interview with ourselves in 2014/2015 back when Sector3 took that baton over from SimBin, and the title of the article was 'RaceRoom, the best racing game you’ve never heard of’ and in some aspects that really hit home for us, there is a bit of truth there. I'm not saying that RaceRoom is the best game out there, there are a lot of solid games available to choose from at the moment, but what we do I think we are the best at doing. For example Assetto Corsa is a great game, obviously focusing on both motorsport and real world cars as do many other sims at the moment, then you have RaceRoom. We do everything motorsport related, were not interested in doing road cars. We've always done this, and SimBin back in the past and even today it’s all about motorsport, and that's what sets us different from the competition.

    RD: I think you have a point with that. For me personally I like having specific years of a real world championship. DTM for example I might want to race the 2013 season, or 2015 season depending on my mood and RaceRoom lets me do that. I appreciate multiple years of a series and I wonder if other sim fans also enjoy that sort of thing.

    CS: I think when you read a lot of the forums, and especially the pricing situation and stuff like that doesn't help. We continuously evaluate our pricing and strategy with RaceRoom, who lets not forget are the people who are paying the bills at the end of the day. That's just a fact, if they say "what you say is great but not right now" we just have to turn the page and get on with it. We have made strides over the past few years from what R3E was at SimBin and I think we are in a solid place in terms of sales, numbers, things like that.

    RD: So you are looking at a cash prize or some kind of reward for success in a championship?

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    : To be fair it’s whatever the sponsor comes up with. If brand X wants to give us X amount for an online event then that's what we will do.

    CS: It can take many forms one of these kinds of events, depending on partners and what we want to achieve at that moment in time. Look at the recent eVegas event. Ok it wasn't as smooth as it could be, but they will learn from that. We did one similar at the Nurburgring at the 24h race and it wasn’t as good as we expected, but we took those lessons on board and we learnt from it. Things like testing the event software, making sure the wheels and pedals are setup and calibrated, sounds are ok and all those kinds of checklists only come if you are used to doing those type of things.

    Going back to my original point, people are only interested in big numbers. People are only interested in writing about big numbers. For example we've sat down with someone to do an event and they've said they were only interested in doing a eSport event with us if its £100,000 on offer. For us that's crazy money, but no one will write about it if we don't have it like that, and they have a point.

    There are a lot of interesting things coming with RaceRoom as an entity.

    RD: So is it fair to say then that an eSports type solution has always been on the cards?

    CS: It's funny actually, it’s almost like we were one step ahead of eSports. We were already doing it before it became popular.

    AS: Well we had RaceRoom, and that's like an arcade with all the simulators and all that side. The software was tailored to a location and then it’s just evolved after that. We can now potentially do something with this. Plus we are not 18 rated either, it’s a racing game so it’s open to a much wider audience than some of these shooting games you see that are quite popular in organised competition at the moment.

    CS: If you look at history of RaceRoom as a company people would be very surprised at what they find. Back in 2012 / 13 we had nearly 13 RaceRooms open worldwide. These were locations where you just go in, pay at a counter, go to a kiosk and insert your name and you’re in to race against your mates or you hotlap. The company have a good history in virtual racing that again people don't know about. If people went online and had a look at the company they would understand what we have been trying and continue to do.

    RD: So if the intention is to have a greater focus on eSports going forward, does this mean RaceRoom can expect a long development life expectancy to meet this potential?

    CS: We use the word "eSports" very frankly, for example the next development phase of R3E is what we like to say structured online racing. The thing is before eSports can happen, although it’s happening today with other games like shooters, Dota2, LOL, Counterstrike and all that I still think it needs some kind of form to make racing work with eSports. It needs some kind of structure saying this is what it’s going to be.

    AS: You see we build the simulators, so everyone has a fair playing field. We know how to make a race event work in eSports, and we think that this sort of solution, be it participating at home on your own machine or turning up at an organised event and doing it there has a big draw as the future on large scale multiplayer racing

    CS: We've not made a star in racing eSports yet. In order for it to be interesting people need to write about it, and we need to make the stars. Until that happens organizations like ESL are always going to have that question mark about how are we going to make it interesting. Prize money, presentation and above all the drivers are all key here.

    RD: Jumping now to the new SimBin team for a moment, will you be making other former back catalogue games after GTR3?

    CS: Everything is open for consideration. GTL, a new Race game or something from the multitude of IPs in the back catalogue really. It just boils down to getting GTR3 done, then we need to access what's next.

    AS: They could be updates or something, but what our focus is now is getting the technology up and running to the level that we want, and then everything else will just come together.

    RD: We recently heard the news that the proposed GTL title from Tiny Feet Studios has been suspended for various reasons. Could we see the possibility of Simbin / Sector3 stepping in to bring that game back to life, or re taking the rights to the name and doing it yourselves?

    CS: Never say never…..just as I said earlier (Laughs)

    RD: We talked about IP, is that also the licences themselves or just the content already created, or just the actual names of the products?

    CS: The licence deals run out, that's just the tradition. Its either a 3 year or a 5 year deal then they will send you a letter to say "ok were not going to extend this licence and you have a 6 or 12 month sell off period". That's a traditional licence deal. When you purchase the IPs it doesn't come with a licence it just comes with a name, like GTR or GTL or Race, it doesn't come with GTR FIA or anything.

    RD: So in summary you say that RaceRoom will be looking to substantially enhance the organised multiplayer element of the sim, bring in a continual influx of new and (hopefully) exciting content, move over to Unreal 4 in time and add the features that opportunity presents. How do you feel about some of the elements deemed to be missing from the sim that many fans ask about? I'm talking about stuff such as multi class racing, proper flags, tyre pressure adjustments and that sort of thing. What's the plans in terms of feature development?

    CS: No doubt there is still some key elements missing in RaceRoom as you mention above. Flag system, tyre compounds on certain cars is being worked on. Multi Class racing we have a design on paper and will at some point work towards that but first and foremost we have to get the structured MP racing features done.

    RD: So in short the GTR3 announcement from SimBin won't prevent RaceRoom for developing further, it will in fact dovetail the development and open up opportunities for R3E to become bigger and better than would be possible without GTR3?

    CS: Think of it like this, two separate studios working on two separate products. We are under the same umbrella but we are two separate entities working on different things. We are supporting one another in different areas and provide feedback where necessary but the Swedish studio is still solely responsible for RaceRoom whilst the UK studio is responsible for GTR3.

    We want to assure everyone that RaceRoom is going to be here for a long time.


    If you missed it due to living under a rock these past few weeks, or have only just discovered the internet, you can check out our recent SimBin interview HERE and our GTR3 reveal article HERE.

    RaceRoom Racing Experience is a PC exclusive racing simulation by Sector3 Studios. You can download the base game with limited content for free, with further cars and tracks available to purchase at an additional cost.

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    Annata 2018 ?
    Eh perbacco ! :) siam già pieni e qui la botte è sempre colma.

    "vacca come mi piace l'ultima immagine" ! ! !! !
     
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    FREE Week-End with the BMW Z4 GT3 and Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps!

    The now retired BMW Z4 GT3 will very soon welcome its younger but bigger sister in RaceRoom, the BMW M6 GT3.

    This week-end, we are celebrating this awesome race machine and its so characteristic sounds on the legendary circuit of Spa-Francorchamps on which the Z4 achieved several of its best performances.
     
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    It's Friday, and you know what that means.
    FREE Weekend in #RaceRoom!

    Drive the Tatuus F4 on Chang International Circuit for free in Single- & Multiplayer! [​IMG]

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    First Mercedes AMG GT3 Image RaceRoom Racing Experience

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    The first early in game image of the Mercedes AMG GT3 car for RaceRoom Racing Experience has surfaced, showing the level of progress already achieved by the studio.

    Following the very recent release of the BMW M6 GT3 and announcements of the upcoming McLaren 650S, the Callaway Corvette C7 and Audi R8 LMS joining the already released Bentley Continental GT3, RaceRoom and Sector3 are doing a good job of bringing the latest specification GT3 cars to a game that is heavily focussed on the very popular class of Grand Touring specification racing.

    Having announced the licence agreement with the German manufacturers all the way back in July last year around, many fans are eager to see where the development stands with the new car. In answer to the constant requests for a progress update, Sector3 Studios J-F Chardon posted this little in game preview image of the car, and confirmed that the studio are still working hard to get the machine ready for a public release. Unfortunately those hoping for a relatively quick public launch might be a bit disappointed as it looks like plenty of work remains in order to get the vehicle in a release ready state. Chardon went on to say "It was added in the engine, now it's all about receiving liveries, physics and sounds + AI"! So fans may well have to wait a little bit longer before the latest and greatest from Stuttgart is available to drive in RaceRoom Racing Experience.


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    @Guglielmo V. grazie che me l'ero dimenticata. ma è una news, non un rilascio. ;)
     
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    e a guardar bene non è nemmeno una News, perchè già l'avevano, e l'avevi annunciato, bensì un "Contenuto in sviluppo". E cresce bene !;)!
     
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    eSports WTCC: Raceroom presenta il World Touring Car Championship

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    Grazie ad una collaborazione con la FIA WTCC, Eurosport Events e KW, la Sector3 Studios organizzerà l’eSports WTCC, un World Touring Car Championship utilizzando le vetture del nuovo pacchetto WTCC 2016 rilasciato pochi giorni fa su Raceroom Racing Experience.

    Il campionato virtuale replicherà il vero campionato della stagione 2017 delle WTCC con un calendario di 10 gare e con la prima che partirà domani 9 Aprile.
    L’evento è gratuito e tutti possono partecipare! Ovviamente occorre avere il gioco con i relativi circuiti e auto che si andranno ad utilizzare.
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    L’eSports WTCC sarà composto in 4 parti:
    • una classifica hotlap,
    • un campionato multiplayer,
    • 4 eventi in loco e una finale.
    Durante la competizione, la Sector3 Studios terrà gli occhi puntati sui migliori simdrivers, i quali saranno poi invitati a partecipare alla finale al Nurburgring Arena dove ci saranno dei premi in denaro.
    A questo link potete trovare il regolamento ufficiale.

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    We are looking for the best virtual Touring Car drivers to prove their skills in a Multiplayer Championship.
    The best drivers will be rewarded with tickets for the Final Event, where you will compete for cash prizes in the ultimate showdown!

    The Multiplayer Races of the top divisions will be broadcasted LIVE on the WTCC YouTube channel!
    And the best of it is, it's entirely FREE to enter!

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    The eSports WTCC kicks off 09.04.2017

    Head over to the eSports WTCC forum section or visit
    fiawtcc.com/eSports


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    https://forum.sector3studios.com/index.php?threads/esports-wtcc.7690/
     
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    dopo la prima sessione serale ci siamo ritrovati in 3 in circa 3 decimi 1.54.xx in divisione 2.
    Non male come inizio :)
     
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    chiedo al manager di creare un topic ad hoc ;)

    Qui la LEADERBOARD
     
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    sera ragazzi,
    ho provato anche io a far 4 giri di numero ed ho visto con enorme piacere che viaggio quasi come voi :p pensavo di essere mooooolto piu lento, comunque devo ammettere che sono molto divertenti da guidare le wtcc 16 il problema grosso e che usando il visore dopo 15 minuti vado in ebollizione :D:D:D
     
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    guarda che noi ne abbiamo fatti giusto un paio per scaldar le gomme :D
     
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    Si potrebbe fare un IRON team... per me il problema sono gli orari di gara...18-19 +o - 1h a seconda della divisione
     
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    e anche quest'anno arrivano i mitici sconti pasquali

    vengono scontati del 25% i 3 pack principali. http://game.raceroom.com/store/packs/?sort=sort.discount

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    in vrp corrispondono a questo (per chi parte da zero, altrimenti ancora meno)

    starter= 749 vRP
    pro= 3749 vRP
    Premium= 7499 vRP


    ricordo che il premium è tutto il gioco con tutti i contenuti presenti fino al momento dell'acquisto.

    e 7500 vRP valgono 49,99€

    https://www.raceroomstore.com/shop_de/list_page?cat=5
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    io striscio la carta... e voi? :D
     
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