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New Version of CART Extreme for Automobilista Available

Patrick Giranthon has released a new version of his CART Extreme mod for Reiza’s Automobilista.

Patrick Giranthon has released a new version of his CART Extreme mod for Reiza’s Automobilista.

The new version comes with improved shaders, sounds as well as physics improvements.

Changelog

– Updated shaders
– Updated sound effects
– Updated physics – added new engine wear functions, tweaked collision feelers, tires, inertia
– Fontana chassis config fix in trackconfigbase

Originally created by Racing Line Developments and released for rFactor in 2009, CART Extreme features the full field of the 1998 CART season.

The original rFactor mod has been equipped with new features, including driver animations, improved physics and more as listed below.

CART Extreme for AMS includes :

  • Several graphics improvements (updated car shaders)
  • Moveable driver arms (from TV view only)
  • Revamped physics
  • Revamped sounds
  • flat spots, dirt pickup, etc

Along with all features from the original mod:

  • Full CART 1998 field (28 cars)
  • 4 unique chassis (Reynard, Lola, Swift & Penske)
  • 4 engines (Honda, Ford, Mercedes, Toyota)
  • 2 tyre manufacturers (Firestone & Goodyear)
  • 4 chassis specifications for road, short oval and speedway tracks
  • 4 or 5 boosts (depends on tracks, roads, 4, Ovals, 5)

The original rFactor mod can be found here

[boxdownload]Download CART Extreme for Automobilista 1.11 Here[/boxdownload]
  • HammerX

    Great mod, so much fun! Thank you!

  • pcarsphyxexpert

    One of the best mods of all time

  • http://fb.com/sinisterteam Felipe Portela

    It would be wonderful to see this mod in rFactor 2

  • rogermashburn

    Superb news!

  • ImageArtSigns .

    Wow…Mr Giranthon mods Tracks and Vehicles…HIRE this man immediately Reiza.

    • Jetexocet

      Do you think this guy drinks Carlsberg by any chance?.

    • Paul Menard

      i think he is part of the team, or part time

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