The next update for RaceRoom Racing Experience will introduce the ability to run very large grids as visible in new previews.
As confirmed by Sector3 Studios, select tracks will be able to run up to 99 cars (including Spa Francorchamps and the soon to be released Nürburgring Nordschleife), provided sim racers have a machine that is able to handle such large grids performance wise.
The new feature can be seen in action in new previews below. Furthermore, the studio has also released a new teaser of the upcoming Nürburgring Nordschleife, also allowing us to listen in on the car sounds, undoubtedly R3E’s standout feature.
The legendary Green Hell will be R3E’s first-ever laser-scanned track addition, coming with four different layouts:
This is the layout without the GP track attached. Timing starts and ends after “T13” next to the “old paddock”
- Nordschleife Tourist:
On this layout, you will start off on the famous Tourist carpark, next to the long straight known as “Döttinger Höhe”, which serves as a meeting point for many car enthusiasts from all around the world.
- Nordschleife VLN:
This is the layout used by the popular german VLN Series, holding regular races on the Nordschleife featuring a wide variety of different car classes, ranging from small road legal cars to professional factory teams racing GT3 cars.
- Nordschleife 24h:
The annual Nürburgring 24h Race is a Highlight for many race drivers and fans, and we made sure you will experience exactly why that is.
Aside from working with laser-scan data, Sector3 also had access to suspension data from the experts over at KW Suspensions to further refine the replication of the track’s challenging track surface.