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 [cpk] Random Race Cars volume 1 by Lukeno94 
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Post [cpk] Random Race Cars volume 1 by Lukeno94
I'm back again, releasing some of the backlog I have. This time, it's a completely random assortment of race cars!

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Car 1: 2010 Tatuus FA010 Formula Abarth. Fitted with the 180hp, 1.4 litre, turbocharged in-line 4 from the Abarth Grande Punto, this is the car used in the Formula Abarth series. It has a Performance Index value of 572.
Car 2: 2007 Tatuus F2000 Formula Master. Used in the Formula Master series, these cars were fitted with a 250 hp, 2 litre in-line 4 Honda engine, built almost to S2000 specs. It has a Performance Index value of 616.
Car 3: 2010 Ralph Firman Racing Formula Gulf 1000. Used in the Formula Gulf 1000 series, these cars are fitted with a 185 hp, 1 litre in-line 4 from a Suzuki motorcycle. It has a Performance Index value of 543.
Car 4: 2010 Toyota Midget Silver Crown. This Midget-class car is fitted with a 2.7 litre in-line 6 engine that produces 350 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 535.
Car 5: 2012 Nissan DeltaWing. A much-publicized experimental car, fitted with a 300 hp, 1.6 litre in-line 4 engine. It has a Performance Index value of 674.
Car 6: 2003 Pontiac FWD Drag Racing Sunfire. This was one of the top-class FWD drag cars, producing 1000 hp from its turbocharged 2.2 litre in-line 4. It has a Performance Index value of 744.
Car 7: 2005 Ascari KZ1-R. Used in GT3 racing, this was a racing version of the KZ1, with its 4.9 litre BMW M5 V8 engine uprated to 520 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 671.
Car 8: 1999 Toyota Momo Corse Apex MR2 GT. One of the racing specials on the early Gran Turismo games, it has a 374 hp turbocharged 2 litre in-line 4. It has a Performance Index value of 621.
Car 9: 2012 BMW M3 DTM (E92). BMW's return to DTM in 2012 was based around this car, with the standard 480 hp, 4 litre V8 used in DTM cars. It has a Performance Index value of 766.
Car 10: 2008 Ligier JS49. An entry-level prototype car, with a 2 litre Honda in-line 4 producing 240 hp - very much a rival for the smaller Radicals. It has a Performance Index value of 599.
Car 11: 2010 Dallara GP3/10. The original GP3 car, which was fitted with a 280 hp turbocharged 2 litre in-line 4. It has a Performance Index value of 742.
Car 12: 2012 Star Formula Mazda. Yet another beginner's formula, this time using the 260 hp rotary engine from a Mazda RX-8. It has a Performance Index value of 608.
Car 13: 2012 Peugeot RCZ Cup Car. Built for its own one-make series, the RCZ's standard 1.6 litre turbo in-line 4 has been tweaked to produce 249 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 503.
Car 14: 2011 Volkswagen Golf24 (Typ 5K). Built for the Nurburgring 24 Hours, it uses the TT-RS' 2.5 litre in-line 4, producing 434 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 586.
Car 15: 2008 Volkswagen Jetta TSI Racer (Typ 1K). Built for the Volkswagen Cup, it uses a tuned version of the road car's 1.4 litre turbosupercharged in-line 4, producing 230 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 436.
Car 16: 2001 Welter Racing WR LMP-01 Peugeot. A LMP675 racer from the 2001 24 Hours of Le Mans, it used a 450 hp engine based on a 2 litre, turbocharged Peugeot in-line 4. It has a Performance Index value of 699.
Car 17: 2008 Audi A4 DTM R14 Audi Sport Team ABT (B7). The Audi Sport Team ABT entry in the 2008 DTM, it used a 460 hp, 4 litre V8, just like every other 2008-spec DTM car. It has a Performance Index value of 721.
Car 18: 1985 Subaru Leone 1800 Sedan RX Turbo Rally Car. The predecessor to the Legacy Group A car, it produced 190 hp from its 1.8 litre turbocharged flat-4. It has a Performance Index value of 424.
Car 19: 2003 Hansen Race Cars Civic Si Pro Drag Car Adam Saruwatari. Another drag car (this time RWD), this one produced 1075 hp from a turbocharged 3.2 litre V6. It has a Performance Index value of 712.
Car 20: 1999 Ford Puma SRC Kit Car. One of the earliest Super 1600 cars, this rally Puma had a highly specialized 215 hp version of the 1.6 litre in-line 4 found in the road car. It has a Performance Index value of 485.
Car 21: 2002 MG ZR S1600 Rally Car. The first works MG rally car since the awesome Metro 6R4 was a bit more sedate, with a 215 hp 1.6 litre in-line 4. It has a Performance Index value of 484.
Car 22: 2005 Proton Satria GTi R3 Stage 3. One of the older R3-class cars, it had a 185 hp version of the Mitsubishi-designed 1.8 litre in-line 4 found in the road car. It has a Performance Index value of 446.
Car 23: 1994 Proton Wira Group N Rally Car. Basically a rebadged Lancer, the Group N car produced 240 hp from its 2 litre turbocharged in-line 4. It has a Performance Index value of 464.
Car 24: 1986 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 E2 Group B. Arguably the best of the awesome Group B cars, this late evolution produced 450 hp from its 1.8 litre turbocharged in-line 4. It has a Performance Index value of 609.
Car 25: 1999 Toyota Corolla WRC. Toyota's last WRC car proved to be very successful, with its 300 hp, 2 litre turbocharged in-line 4 more than matching the opposition. It has a Performance Index value of 547.
Car 26: 2008 Audi A3 TDI clubsport quattro (8P). Never actually used in races, but it was a concept car, showing off a 221 hp version of the 2 litre TDI in-line 4 engine. It has a Performance Index value of 416.
Car 27: 2010 MINI E Race. Yes, a racing version of the 204 hp electric Mini. It has a Performance Index value of 406.
Car 28: 2008 MINI John Cooper Works Challenge. Used in the one-make Mini Challenge series, the standard 1.6 litre turbocharged in-line 4 has been left stock, with 208 hp being produced. It has a Performance Index value of 450.
Car 29: 2002 Qvick Mini Cooper S3. An absolutely insane car, fitted with the stock 3.2 litre in-line 6 found in a BMW M3 E46, and producing 333 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 528.
Car 30: 1956 Austin-Healey 100/6 Group 2 Rally Car. The 100/6 was never a hugely successful car, but it did give the foundations for the 3000. It has a 2.6 litre in-line 6 that produced 150 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 355.
Car 31: 1959 Austin-Healey 3000 Group 2 Rally Car. The legendary Big Healey had a 2.9 litre in-line 6 that produced a healthy 210 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 377.
Car 32: 1997 Peugeot 106 Maxi Evo1 F2 Kit Car. One of the smaller F2 kit cars, built to compete with the Felicia and Saxo, it produced 238 hp from a highly specialized version of the 1.6 litre in-line 4 found in the 106 GTi. It has a Performance Index value of 465.
Car 33: 1899 Jenatzy La Jamais Contente. Not a true race car, but a land speed record car - producing 68 hp from its electric motors. It has a Performance Index value of 208.
Car 34: 1986 Audi Group S Prototype. Built for the abandoned Group S, it never raced, but had a 300 hp version of the 2.1 litre turbocharged in-line 5 found in the Audi Quattro. It has a Performance Index value of 643.
Car 35: 1998 Mitsubishi GTO LM-Edition. Another Gran Turismo race car, this one had a 3 litre turbocharged V6, producing 613 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 661.
Car 36: 2010 Toyota RK Collection Camry NASCAR Edition. Built as a concept for the 2-door NASCAR Camry, it used a 680 hp version of a 5.9 litre NASCAR V8. It has a Performance Index value of 571.
Car 37: 1963 Pontiac Catalina 421 Super Duty 'Swiss Cheese'. One of the works drag cars from the early 1960s, the 6.9 litre V8 produced 405 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 465.
Car 38: 1989 Peugeot Oxia Concept. A concept car that doubtless was used in preparation for the 905 Group C car, it had a 2.8 litre turbocharged V6, producing 680 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 686.
Car 39: 1983 Honda City Turbo II Cup Car. A little 1.2 litre turbocharged engine delivered 136 hp, and made this a fun entry-level racing car. It has a Performance Index value of 268.
Car 40: 1982 Nissan March Super Silhouette (K10). A little-known silhouette-class car, with a 1.5 litre turbocharged in-line 4 producing 158 hp. It has a Performance Index value of 463.


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Post Re: [cpk] Random Race Cars volume 1 by Lukeno94
Hey man, it was just last day when you said you haven't released anything in a while... And now this :D Excellent job.

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Post Re: [cpk] Random Race Cars volume 1 by Lukeno94
That convo is why I put them together xD also, Herbal made me realize that there is a car per poly here :P


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Great job :bg: You have done me and the other guys a favour by putting them into a single pack, thanks for that too. :)

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Thanks :) what's your favourite in the pack? :p


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I do like all of them, but the BMW M3 E92 in the '12 DTM spec is my favourite. :bg:

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That's good to here - I've covered almost every type of racing here, so hopefully there's something for everyone!


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Any further comments? :)


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Great pack Luke, Really nice to see some small one make formula's in here too!

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Luke: I can make a copy and delete the other models I do not like (I'm not going to post here but if you want it if I post with YOUR name) and put better physically? :D Please!

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Fabrix127 wrote:
Luke: I can make a copy and delete the other models I do not like (I'm not going to post here but if you want it if I post with YOUR name) and put better physically? :D Please!

As long as you don't post it anywhere, you can do whatever you want without asking. ;)

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Don't post it please. Obviously I'd rather you didn't start removing bits from my packs and altering the physics, but I can't really stop you... :rofl:


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Lukeno94 wrote:
Don't post it please. Obviously I'd rather you didn't start removing bits from my packs and altering the physics, but I can't really stop you... :rofl:


Ok man, I will not delete the file nor improved. Thanks for letting me know before you do it!
But, I'm thinking :scratch: you do in some cars! :shrug: Because some cars going very slow compared to what they really are! :nod:
Bye Bye :hattip:

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Luke: I can make a copy and delete the other models I do not like (I'm not going to post here but if you want it if I post with YOUR name) and put better physically? :D Please!

As long as you don't post it anywhere, you can do whatever you want without asking. ;)



Thanks for telling @ TuomoH. :D

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Post Re: [cpk] Random Race Cars volume 1 by Lukeno94
All cars have physics made from the GTGR2 car physics excel spreadsheet (Haruna's old style of physics), so they're all comparable in speed to each other (I use real values, and those physics are amongst the most realistic available for GR). If you must change the physics, then of course you may - just keep them on your hard drive for your own use :)


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Ok Luke. Thanks for the information :) . I'll edit the physics a little Peugeot RCZ car physics that I do not like compared to what I saw on youtube. Now I'm going to beat my friends with that car! :cflag: And I will be able :bump: :happythanks:

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I can use your car in my mini-track in order to get a profile picture? Please

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You don't need permission to use a screenshot of my cars to make a profile picture! :)


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Oh. Well, thanks for telling me. now I will make the image!

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