Racing has been part of motor vehicles since their very conception. It is in the blood of many people and it has been there for years. As time goes by, people ofter recall the old racing cars that provided excitement for everyone.
Racing has been part of motor vehicles since their very conception. It is in the blood of many people and it has been there for years. As time goes by, people ofter recall the old racing cars that provided excitement for everyone. Of these people came the HistorX Mod team, and they decided to bring historic GT and Touring cars into rFactor. The team took several models from Simbin's GT Legends game. However they redesigned the physics, skins, models, sounds and media for this release. The game includes many racing cars from the 1960's and the 1970's. In total, there are about 47 different models with over 250 paint jobs. The game also tries to emulate the 2004-2006 FIA's Historic Car seasons, with the same livery as they raced in those years. You have a range of GT cars and Touring cars that may strike a memory or two if you were following racing for a while. There are cars such as the 60's Corvette and GT40, Porsches and others - there are just too many to write a list of them. The physics are great, and it has tons of nice features. The only real problem with the mod is that you need a GT Legends CD to play it, because it has GTL models. Other than that, you should try this mod specially if you like old-time racing.
Drift Revolution is a drifting mod for rFactor. This small mod was created by Image Space Incorporated, the creators of rFactor. Released on December 2007, the mod was a Christmas gift from ISI to the rF community.
rFactor has a lot of mods of ultra-powerful cars and prototypes which represent the highest level of motor sports. However many of today's driving heroes got their first taste of motor sports by racing go-karts.
Over the years, CTDP has made more than seven mods based on F1 seasons. They switched from F1 Challenge to rFactor for the 2005 season. Now they have released the 2006 F1 Season, and it's nothing like they have ever done before.