It is a good time to be both a Porsche enthusiast and a gamer. A steady stream of Porsche models have been added to nearly every franchise. Beginning with Forza, Porsches have now been added to Project Cars 2, Gran Turismo and iRacing. iRacing's continually updated car list will include the mid-engined 911 RSR beginning June 5th. The car will be …Continue to the full article
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Project 917: The 917 Simulator and Replica
Who doesn't want to be Michael Delaney? The crew at Project 917 has it right, we all want to be Michael Delaney. Heck, if your priority is actually racing at Le Mans, being Michael Delaney might actually be better than being McQueen. We've covered this team before, and since then their goals have expanded. First, they plan to make a 917 simulator …Continue to the full article
Porsche and iRacing. Two of the World’s Best Together at Last!
If you've been following along here on FLATSIXES.com then you know that video game maker Electronic Arts lost their exclusive hold on Porsche at the end of 2016. Their loss is our gain. Assetto Corsa has already released three new Porsche packs covering some 20+ models (both production and racing). Now, for a New Year's treat, comes word that …Continue to the full article
Assetto Corsa is the Porsche Racing Simulator You’ve Been Waiting For!
For as long as I can remember, Electronic Arts held an exclusive contract with Porsche to license their cars in video games (Need for Speed, Real Racing, etc). Sure, you could drive a RUF in Gran Turismo or buy a sub-licensed Porsche pack in Forza, but those opportunities were few and far between. If you were a gamer and wanted a Porsche, EA was …Continue to the full article
Porsche’s LMP1 Simulator “Digital Dress Rehearsal”
Porsche has a little secret weapon up their sleeve when it comes to the 919 LMP1 program, and that is their new state-of-the-art in-house simulator. By including this fully immersive unit in their comprehensive testing regimen, Porsche can continue driver training programs straight through the winter, without costly travel to warmer circuits. This …Continue to the full article