SimRaceWay – Maserati 250F Available

SimRaceWay has added historical new race car to their online racing title as the Maserati 250F is now available.

The 250F is one of the most iconic Formula One cars of the 50s, powered by a 270hp 2.5 liter straight-six engine.

The car is now available for purchase, selling for $15.

The base content of SimRaceWay is free for everyone to try, giving players access to the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X as well as Mid Ohio, Infineon Raceway & Zandvoort. Additional content is available for purchase with prices ranging from a few cents to several dollars.

The title puts an emphasis on online racing, using a real-time skill matching system to offer close racing. Like SimRaceWay’s past website that was based on rFactor & other simulations, the new title will again be offering paid online races where players have to pay an entry fee to compete, free online events are available as well.

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  • Anonymous
  • http://www.facebook.com/GuyboMoulton Guy Moulton

    $15? For one car? Really? Time for these companies making sims (iRacing and SRW) to come down to earth. When one car costs half as much as AN ENTIRE sim costs… they are out of touch. I guess this is why I never hear about SRW from my circle of racing buddies. Does anyone play SRW?

    • http://s1.zetaboards.com/SimSkinsByDen/index/ PetrolheadDen

      Nope. I already have rfactor and hardly use that.

    • Anonymous

      The difference is that iRacing charges a flat cost to cover the effort they put into each car, while SRW charges 1/100,000th what they think the price of the car on today’s market would be. So a car like this isn’t more expensive than a $1 road car because they took more care to produce it, just because it’s a classic car and people would pay a lot of money for one in reality to have it sit in their garage.

      When I tried SRW it was quite buggy. Maybe once they work the kinks out it will be a worthwhile second sim, but I don’t see it becoming a primary sim.

  • Anonymous

    $15? with tyres like that!?

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