rF1

Physics
– Updated 15 degrees of freedom physics engine
– Advanced tire modeling
– Support for 4-link rear suspension
– Engine boost modeling
– Complex aerodynamics
– Head physics, cockpit vibrations, detailed bump modeling
– All-new track-specific terrain data file system

Graphics/Sound
– DX9 advanced graphics engine
– Real-time day/night transitions
– Projected headlights for nighttime driving
– Adjust player and opponent volume ratio
– See the apex with the Look Ahead slider
– Adjust your seat and mirror while in the driver’s seat
– Updating real-time scoring towers
– Expanded and enhanced gauge and LCD features for vehicle cockpits
– Improved loading times
– Updated sound engine
– Changing engine sounds based on upgraded vehicle performance

Gameplay
– Career mode with upgrades that affect the vehicle’s appearance, performance, and sound
– Define AI opponent types, strength and aggression
– Races can be lap based, time based or both
– Vehicle upgrade system
– Vehicle economy including mileage
– Ambient and track temperature changes throughout the race
– More configurable keys than you can shake a stick at
– Multiple Racing Series with vehicle and circuit filters
– Grid editing

Camera/Replays
– Full screen monitor and ability to rewind
– Freely move camera from any position including the ever famous exclusive ISI Swingman
– Spectator mode
– Greatly enhanced replay system including clip splicing
– Move, duplicate or delete replay clips while assigning camera movements to each
– Export replays to AVI files defining compression and size options

Multiplayer
– Completely new multiplayer engine
– Built in race statistics reporting to web based RaceCast system
– Built in friends list
– Server bookmarks
– Dedicated server, including single click option
– Native voting system
– Add AI to multiplayer games
– Built in IRC chat
– Boot and ban player lists that can be passed around
– Security checks to combat potential cheating

RaceCast
– Join or watch any race from RaceCast
– Search through past races
– Downloadable XML race results
– Driver profiles with statistics
– rRank formula utilizing a wide range of driver statistics
– See who’s online and on what server

Open Architecture
– Extensive support for modders
– Easy to use customizable multi-language support
– Define a league schedule
– Rules to simulate different types of racing
– Completely customize your controller
– Drop in new vehicle liveries

Vehicles
2006 Formula IS – High Performance Open Wheel (Video)
– 2005 Hammer – Full Bodied GT
– 2005 Howston – Full Bodied GT
National Stock Car – Stock Car
– Panoz – Full Bodied GT
– 2005 Rayzor – Rally Turbo
2006 rF3 – Quick and Nimble Open Wheel
– 2005 Rhez – Small FWD Sport Compact
– 2006 Rhez – Small FWD Sport Compact
2005 rTrainer – Low Speed Open Wheel
– 2005 Venom – Rally
2005 ZR – Affordable High Performance Sedan

Circuits
– Bama Super Speedway – High Banked Superspeedway
Barcelona – Permanent Road Course
– Brianza – Permanent Road Course
Essington Park – Permanent Road Course
– Euroring – Permanent Road Course
Jacksonville Speedway – High Banked Superspeedway
– Jiading – Permanent Road Course
Joesville Speedway – Paved Short Track
Lienz Festival – Country Roads (Video)
Mills Metropark – Permanent Road Course with two layouts
Montreal – Permanent Road Course
Northamptonshire – Permanent Road Course
Nuerburg – Permanent Road Course
Orchard Lake – Banked Tri-Oval with Infield Road Course
Sardian Heights – Street Circuit with two layouts
Toban Raceway Park – Permanent Road Course with four layouts

System Requirements
– Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 processor
– PC Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10
– 2GB RAM (4GB on Steam)
– Geforce 7900 GT or Radeon X1900 GT
– 256 MB video RAM
– DirectX 9.0c
– 2.0 GB of hard drive space for installation
– Internet connection required for system activation, enabled network adapter required for gameplay