Before discovering simracing and PC simulators our background in gaming was Playstation and consoles platform. First time we played Richard Burns was on PS2, really dificult to handle the car back then for a console game. Other games we played, Grand Turismo (all), rally games: Colin Mcrae and WRC 2004, Paris Dakar Rally, Indy car Series, F1 2005 among others.
Back in 2007 we started our journey in simracing, quickly we understood PC simulators were "THE THING" the king of racing with online feature where you raced with humans, online leagues where you could share your passion with other petrolheads! Simracing absorved all our free time until our prensent time!
Almost 10 years later we still here, we still race and since then we are active and share our passion with the community. Simtek was born 4 years ago and from then on we never stop to amaze. Modding is a big thing in simracing community, for that reason Simtek is committed to maintain free content with high standarts of quality. We also hope and expect your help on the process. To create quality content you need to spend lots of time developing the components, this isn´t any more a hobby where you use your free time, you need to spend much more in order to achieve good results. So that being said i hope the community understand we need some "motivation" to make them coming!!!
Audi has confirmed that in its least restrictive state, the LMS’ naturally aspirated
5.2-litre V10 produces as much as 577hp and 406lb ft of torque. The LMS
is significantly lighter, with carbonfibre-reinforced plastic body panels,
a race-spec interior and only the bare essentials included, the LMS
is essentially an R8 that’s been on a very, very strict diet.
The Cup cars uses the standard 2.0-litre four cylinder engine, just with a bespoke
racing ECU plus full stainless steel exhaust. Power and torque have barely changed from the
road car’s 158bhp and 147lb ft. Tires are Slicks which is good for cornering speed, but also
presents the key issue around driving this car. It’s got way more grip than power.
The GT3 Cup has an additional 100mm within its wheelbase that ensures
it is more stable and is powered,for the first time, by the latest direct-injection 3.8-litre
flat six that produces 450HP at a dizzying 8500rpm and drives the rear wheels through a mechanical
limited slip diff. As it is with the road-going GT3, the Cup car has ditched its manual gearbox
for a paddle-shifter transmission, but rather than being a seven-speed dual-clutcher it is a race-bred,
pneumatically-activated six speed developed specifically for the track.
Renault is restating its passion for motor sports with the Renault Sport R.S. 01, a racing car
of spectacular styling and exceptional performance. With a design inspired by the world of
concept cars and governed by an absolute pursuit of aerodynamic downforce, Renault Sport R.S. 01
is a radical expression of the brand’s sporting DNA. Its technical specifications reflect
the best of Renault Sport expertise. With a carbon monocoque chassis for a weight of less
than 1,100 kg and an engine developing over 500 hp, it is able to reach a top speed of over 300 kph