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Discussion in 'Project CARS 1' started by HammyMansell, Apr 16, 2015.
I wouldn't mind being the 'Alfa' male in that pack of girls.
Me neither !!
That's a good play on words by the way...
My final dump: the F1 #1 Collection
Registration: LSV 171
Chassis Number: BBATMC31842
Engine Number: AB70617
Number of cylinders: 4
Year of Manufacture: 1977
Estimate (£): 65,000 - 85,000
Estimate (€): 78,650 - 102,850
Estimate ($): 108,550 - 141,950
The Eddie Stobart liveried Mk2 Escort RS1800 Gp4 'LSV171', is perhaps one of the most instantly recognisable and competitive Historic Rally Cars ever. Built to the ultimate specification for an historic RS1800 by leading specialists Prepfab Motorsport Engineering, this car was driven by Jimmy McRae on the 2006 Roger Albert Clark Rally, winning by a convincing margin. Prior to the event it was tested by the late Colin McRae and his father in the Stang Forest.
1996 Champion Frank Biela Audi Quattro A4
1993 Champion Jo Winkelhock BMW 318i
1992 Champion Tim Harvey Renault 19 16v
1998 Champion Rickard Rydell Volvo S40
1997 Champion Alain Menu Williams Renault Laguna
1 more day
Just 1 more day!!
Only 1 more day!!
Unbelievable!!! Just 1 more day!!!
The tease! OMG THE TEASE!
I want a Ginetta contract...WHERE'S MY AGENT????!!!!!
Can you believe it? we've made it! =p
Showing my age again, but the first F1 race I went to was the 1981 Dutch GP in Zandvoort so I was lucky enough to see Mario racing the Alfa 179. It was't very competitive but certainly was the best sounding car in the field. As it happened, both Mario and his teammate, Bruno Giacomelli, crashed out right in front of me (in separate incidents) at a corner called Scheivlak. Mario's crash was quite heavy and as he didn't move for some time there was an eerie silence as people thought he was seriously injured. He may have lost consciousness but thankfully it was temporary and he was able to walk away.
Unfortunately, I didn't have a camera with me for that race but here's a couple more from the '80s.
Above: Jochen Mass at the wheel.
Below: His teammate, Jacky Ickx waits to take over.
Alain Prost, Brands Hatch 1986.
Just over 12 hours to go. I love the fact they've included the older F1 machinery!
Since our friends "Down Under" are just over 2 hours away from launch, and since most of us will be far too busy playing the game tomorrow to bother poking our heads in here, I thought I would "cheat" and get this out of the way now.
Courtesy of a special guest appearance by Jacques, let's all celebrate....... THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH!!!
It's been a great countdown run guys. I've seen lot's of great photos in here and had a blast.
Now I will say "see you in a few days", as I don't expect to leave my Man Cave until Sunday night
Hey guys, I had a good surprise yesterday in my mailbox (don't ask me how ), I don't know who already played the game before here -I don't visit this part of GTP often- but you won't be disappointed !
I hope SMS quickly fixes the few (rather annoying) bugs I've already encountered though.
Pics or gtfo
Why are you so suspicious guys ?
I mean I only wanted to share my enthusiasm, I didn't pretend to split the sea in half.
Happy now ?
...I have to wait...6...more...days.
Maybe they wanted pics of the bugs you encoutered ?
As it's now the 7th of May in Australia/New Zealand.....The time has come!!!!!
How many people are online?
Bobby Rahal, Longbeach, 1986
Le Mans, 1967
Daytona 24, 1988
Bobby Rahal, 1993
Graham Hill, Monaco, 1969
I am downloading it now