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SimRaceWay – Maserati MC12 Added

Ignite Skill Gaming have added a new car to their SimRaceWay title, giving players access to the Maserati MC12.

Ignite Skill Gaming have added a new car to their SimRaceWay title, giving players access to the Maserati MC12.

The MC12 marked Maserati’s return to top-tier racing in 2004 as the MC12 competed in the FIA GT & ALMS. SimRaceWay players get to enjoy the MC12 Corsa, a track-day version of the accomplished race car.

The car sells for $8.36, making it more than twice as expensive as other SimRaceWay machinery.

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 & 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.

  • Tiago Guerreiro

    HAHAHA, they price are rising  up…. some day you will pay the same price as iracing, sorry to say this but simraceway = FAIL

    • General Rush Hour

      Sorry to say this but ALL sims will eventually go the iracing route. 

      Simracing is a niche that costs money not only the game but equipment itself. 

      Rfactor has already started with yearly subs. Assetto Corsa will also have something similar. 
      And SimRaceway is the same deal. 
      Shit costs money and by having a monthly sub you can ensure that the game always stays new and that it can continue to survive. 

      iRacing figured this out a long time ago, now other companies are starting to see that this essentially is the only route for a sustainable future.

      • Anonymous

        £8 -£10 a month although allot compared to other games would be fine so long as the games delivered top quality simulation + instant multi player + proper set up servers + events. 

        No sim has managed to tick all the boxes yet , i racing is close so long as you only want to drive incredibly slow cars on the same 4 tracks over and over and don’t want to have bumper to bumper racing with most drivers just letting people pass and not even racing for fear of losing there Safety rating.   ( granted crashers are annoying but having a game set up so people don’t race properly is just as bad ( the general idea of the SR system is amazing they just need to tidy up net-code , fix the damage model and ajust the way the points are handed out )  

        i racing costs around £150-£300 to race with fast cars  on many tracks but even then they don’t have enough users to sustain proper road races in fast cars.

  • Aniket Patel

    Nothing wrong with that price. iRacing pays more for it’s content yet still has members that will pay for such a premium.
    Pricing high because they can.

    • Anonymous

      yeh – problem is the cars are used for 1 or 2 events before moving on.
      Its a massive scam people, dont bother with it. 

  • Ricoo

    BRNO and Infineon are free too.

    If you do 1672 laps in an event you can have this new car for free. 🙂

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