CTDP International Formula Masters 2009 Announced

CTDP has officially announced their first ever modding project for rFactor 2 – International Formula Masters 2009.

Featuring a single car model, the mod is planned as a test excersise for the team to explore the new platform & packaging system. The team plans to release the car with a bunch of liveries and templates, allowing the community to full in the missing paint jobs.

Long-time VirtualR readers will remember the car model made by erale as he first showed off the 2008-spec version of the car back in 2009. Since then, the 2009-spec machine has been created and equipped with new materials, shaders and other rFactor 2-specific features.

Launched in 2007, the Formula Master was designed to be an alternative to Formula 3, offering young drivers a platform to prove themselves on.The spec car used for International Formula Master competition is built by Tatuus and is powered by a a Honda K20A engine that puts out 250hp. Supporting the WTCC, the series got major TV coverage on Eurosport before it folded after the 2009 season.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/antoniaphil Philip Antonia

    This was probably my favourite car in Race On, so I’m hoping it will be the car to make rF2 feel better than the dreadful FR3.5!!

    • Anonymous

      I second your feeling. The F3 currently feels clunky to drive and not much fun. Compare with the F3 in Game Stock Car. That F3 is a corner carver and a load of fun. Are they suppose to be the same car or just same class?
      In any event, between the two I prefer GSC’s by far. Hopefully this one is more in that vein.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001061294656 Rhys Gardiner

        The rFactor 2 car is a World Series by Renault/Formula Renault 3.5 car. Not quite the same as Formula 3, but they are of roughly the same standing in the open-wheeler feeder series ladder.

    • yorch sincla

      I still think that is one of the best cars Simbin have ever done. Epic races…

  • Anonymous

    needs to sound authentic too.

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