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Check Out A First Lap of NOLA Motorsports Park in rFactor 2

Studio 397 is gearing up for the release of rFactor 2’s newest track as NOLA Motorsports park is due to be available for the simulation next week.

Studio 397 is gearing up for the release of rFactor 2’s newest track as NOLA Motorsports park is due to be available for the simulation next week.

Elite sim racer Pablo Lopez has already gotten his hands on the track, sharing a full lap around the venue with us in the video below.

NOLA is a 2.75 mile world-class track that consists of 16 turns with a 5,200 foot straightaway. Designed with challenge and safety in mind, the track offers both the club level and professional driver an amazing experience. NOLA Motorsports Park offers everyone the ability to use our track for recreational or competitive use. Race fan, driver or racer, we have a place for you. Come enjoy the thrill of speed!

  • pupsbubi

    Nice unusual track!

    • Leynad

      Never tried Palm Beach Int. Raceway in rF2 i guess. Looks like another layout for me. With all AMS-track plus Giranthon-mods, this is the least layout i want to drive IMO. Croft for rF2 is far better as well.

  • https://www.youtube.com/c/chillisteak Chillisteak

    Looks like fun, now if this arrives the same time as VR I’ll be happy.

    • GamerMuscle

      VR can be really heard to get working with more heavy / not originally designed for VR games so its best to not expect things soon especially when it comes to lots of driving simulators or flight simulators. be awesome if they do get it working well soon though !

      • https://www.youtube.com/c/chillisteak Chillisteak

        Yeah I understand that, but my hopes are high given the the switch to DX11 that will arrive the same time.
        I’m happy to wait for them to get it right mind, but I am missing rFactor 2 as I just can’t race on a single screen any longer.

      • Leynad

        I got nausea in F1-games even without VR. Thinking of driving it in VR makes me sick already:)

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