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Offline marty

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International Fomula master by CTDP for AC
« on: April 22, 2015, 07:51:23 PM »
I just found this and am downloading it atm, they made some awesome stuff for rf back in the day so I would be surprised if this wasnt good.

http://www.ctdp.net/



A strive for realism

The International Formula Master (IFM) was a supporting series during the European WTCC races from 2007 till 2009. The series was subsequently retired. Several small independent teams have utilized, with success, the former IFM Tatuus cars for various Hill Climb Events and have entries in FIA's European Hill Climb Series.



Such physics,
very wow!

We got our hands on the original user manual of the Honda K20A engine and Tatuus chassis and had access to more real data as ever before. This helped in creating highly realistic physics for IFM 2009 so you can feel like a real race driver.

And bonus features!

The addon includes all cars of all teams and drivers, a setup guide, and detailed templates to create your own car livery.

Offline Guybrush Threepwood

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Re: International Fomula master by CTDP for AC
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2015, 09:21:35 PM »
I downloaded and had a try of this myself just earlier.

My initial impressions are that the physics seem a bit lifeless - like the car is too planted.  The FFB feels very wrong as well, like it's on full force even when you are turning just a little bit - there doesn't seem to be a very big graduation in the application of force.

Offline Dick Forrest

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Re: International Fomula master by CTDP for AC
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2015, 10:03:08 PM »
I downloaded and had a try of this myself just earlier.
"there doesn't seem to be a very big graduation in the application of force." She said.

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