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Lola T280 UH1 for rFactor 2 – New Version

PIXSIM is working on a new version of their Lola T280 UH1 prototype for rFactor 2.

PIXSIM is working on a new version of their Lola T280 UH1 prototype for rFactor 2.

The new version of the popular mod will bring several improvements such as driver animations, improved sounds and templates that will allow users to paint up their own designs.

Below are a bunch of previews, showing the new version in action.

The T280 was build to the Group 6 regulations for sports prototypes, the car is powered by a 3 liter Cosworth DFV engine, delivering 450hp.

  • Anonymous

    Okey I’ll start. Best vehicle mod for rF2 to date.

    • Realkman666

      I’ll take your 2nd and 3rd place cars now. Thinking of buying it again.

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  • Jshort

    Lol. I was as slow as mud in his first project but look forward to his future work. Thanks pixsim.

  • Lasse Jakobi Ougaard

    Can you drive over a curb now, without the car flipping over? 😛

  • Anonymous

    I for one would like to see rF2 drive more like some of the best rF1 mods we have enjoyed. We have found out that in rF2 the cars establish a bit of grip on a rubbered in track with warmed tires. The problem is getting to that point and no I do not like the driving on a green track with cold tires. Maybe the minimum cold values need to be raised and the grip levels on a green track need to be raised some as well. Why create situations where the big wrecks come before the race even really gets started?

    • Gniewko Ostrowski

      well…you can always save your real road when rubbered, this is what I always do and then warming the tires is not a big problem.

      • Anonymous

        Hmm that’s nice to know but still it would also be nice to know and I am sure they(ISI) are continuing to work on perfecting their tire. ATM historic Monza is my favorite track in rF2 since it seems to suit the tire well.

  • Roger Wallentin

    I really like this mod! Its the most engaging modded car in rF2 IMO

    As usual with rF2, pictures do not make it justice!