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Motorsport Games acquires Studio 397 and rFactor 2


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#1 balage06

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Posted 04 March 2021 - 13:42

Interesting developments:

https://www.studio-3...torsport-games/

 

Now I'm looking forward to the new BTCC game even more. A sim with Unreal 4 engine graphics and rFactor-like physics sounds like a dream come true. :up:



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#2 Peat

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Posted 04 March 2021 - 16:29

So, this lot also have the official license to run '24h Le Mans' events at the exclusion of all others. 

iRacing are left in a position now that they are even unable to run 24h races on the officially licensed version of Le Mans they have. Not even a cheeky name change loophole, apparently. 



#3 Myrvold

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Posted 05 March 2021 - 17:11

iRacing are left in a position now that they are even unable to run 24h races on the officially licensed version of Le Mans they have. Not even a cheeky name change loophole, apparently. 

 

Nah? "Twice around the clock in France at Classic French Track" should work, no?



#4 noikeee

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Posted 05 March 2021 - 20:57

The 23 hours of Northern France!

#5 Youichi

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Posted 08 March 2021 - 12:00

So, this lot also have the official license to run '24h Le Mans' events at the exclusion of all others. 

iRacing are left in a position now that they are even unable to run 24h races on the officially licensed version of Le Mans they have. Not even a cheeky name change loophole, apparently. 

IRacing signed a deal with the ACO to scan the track, if the contract doesn't include the rights to run a 24 hour race each June then they need to have a word with their lawyers as they've made a stupid mistake.