Virtual Racing: A New Trend?

Oct 03, 2011 4 Comments by

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Click the link below to view a trailer of the new VRC Pro. “VRC Pro is the complete new RC racing sim, widely supported by RC industry leading brands, as well as by top racers like Ronald Volker (LRP factory team driver). Why? Because VRC Pro means that you can finally drive anytime, anyone, anywhere! Not only in the weekend, at your local track, with local racers… Soon you can practice and drive, and enjoy your hobby on a global scale and as much as YOU want! VRC Pro cars feel just like the real thing and the fun of seamless World Wide Internet multiplayer racing is truly revolutionary.”

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4 Responses to “Virtual Racing: A New Trend?”

  1. Jason Earley says:

    Does VRC Pro have off-road tracks?

  2. Henry says:

    Real nice. Should beat staying indoors during winter months.

  3. FreeJack says:

    Until VRC Pro supports off-road, I have no interest…but once it does, I’ll probably give it a shot.

  4. Pieter Bervoets says:

    off road is in the works, we have started with what we knew best: on-road. We have done a couple of tracks and one 8-scale nitro buggy, and are now modeling a short course truck. The current physics will support the off-road cars no problem, we will have to put in a lot of development and testing hours in the tires though, they are critical to achieve a realistic feel to your car. We probably come out with the short course truch first as that seems to be the most popular class atm. Don’t expect anything from us the next 6-9 months though.

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