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RACE DAY!

Posted in Uncategorized, Welcome with tags , , on June 9, 2013 by mrjasonwhite

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Good luck to everyone competing in the Campbell Trophy today!

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Race Day Has Arrived!

Posted in Cars, Downloads, Uncategorized, Welcome with tags , , on April 21, 2013 by mrjasonwhite

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Click on the image above for details!  Hope to see you on the track!

PRACTICE SESSION | Thursday, April 18th

Posted in Uncategorized, Welcome with tags , , on April 17, 2013 by mrjasonwhite

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On Thursday night at 21:00 GMT+2,  Simon will host a 1-hour practice session for our Spa test race. So if you’d like to get experience in traffic and dial in your car before Sunday, feel free to log on!

Server Name:  GP 1937 Series   |   Server Number:   89.253.111.169

ANNOUNCEMENT | Test Race on April 21st

Posted in Cars, Downloads, Uncategorized, Welcome with tags , on April 9, 2013 by mrjasonwhite

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We are pleased to announce the date and time of our test race: April 21st at 18:00 GMT+2.  Click on the map above to see all the details!

GP 1937 | The Rules

Posted in Cars, Uncategorized, Welcome with tags , on April 5, 2013 by mrjasonwhite

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No, we won’t weigh your car before each race, but we do have a list of rules to help keep things fair and square  🙂  Click here to peruse them; we welcome any questions or comments you may have.

Welcome to the Golden Age of Motorsport

Posted in Uncategorized, Welcome with tags on April 2, 2013 by mrjasonwhite

11937 was a heady time in motorsport. Amidst political change and technological advancement, teams like Mercedes, Auto Union and Alfa Romeo set the standard. Names like Caracciola, Nuvolari and Lang were the stuff of legend.  It was an era worthy of the title “Golden Age.” We’ll never truly know what it was like to roar through the open forest with 600 horsepower at one’s fingertips — but thanks to rFactor and Team Vintage, we can recreate this era in a simracing environment.

In the coming weeks, Simon Wattman and myself (both seasoned simracers) will be launching our own 1937 rFactor series, based at this website.  An accompanying forum has been created; there is a link to it in the homepage menu.  We are still finalizing dates, rules, points, mod physics and other variables. Please check back soon for further updates. We look forward to seeing you on the track!