To prove Ivo wrong that I don't post any of my awesome cars in this millenium, I hope this is the response to this thesis I took two of my ready models and put the physics on them, so here they are! This pack includes the Maserati Tipo 61, a race car of the early 1960's, and the 21st century interpretation of this car, the Maserati Birdcage 75th, a car presented by Pininfarina to celebrate their 75th anniversary and to honour the Maserati T61 which was also nicknamed "Birdcage" (because of its special chassis). Although it had "only" 250 hp it was very competitive because the weight of the car was only 600kg. The modern version is almost a ton heavier, but has also got a 700 hp engine.
I hope you have some fun with these cars. Please comment
- Maserati Birdcage.XYY.zip
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Good job, although I'd rather call the modern version as ''21st century misinterpretation'' of the lightweight original.
Partially agree with you here, its just a completely different car so the two can't be really comparedTrigger Happy wrote: although I'd rather call the modern version as ''21st century misinterpretation'' of the lightweight original.
Anyone took them on the track yet? I'd like to know what you think about the physics
Edit: talking about the Tipo 61 here, haven't driven the modern Birdcage.
The Birdcage is a brute with no elegance.
Even some more comments?