Updated: Feb 5
January has been a very important month for us with the release of the Ginetta G60-LT-P1 and a major update for the Global Endurance Mod – Season 2019/20. As if that’s not enough, there is still more to come! Let me tell you all about it in this new roadmap update.
Of course, we have to start off this roadmap with the release of the Ginetta G60-LT-P1. The very first current-generation LMP1 car has been met with great reviews and we are very happy to see so many of you enjoying it. Shortly after the release, we parted ways with Advanced Simulation, after they broke off the collaboration. We quickly established a new collaboration though and with the help of Nicola Acciarri and svictor, we already released two major updates for the physics.
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Global Endurance Mod – Season 2019/20
The Global Endurance Mod has seen a big update, incorporating the Ligier JS P217 and the Corvette C8.R. We also chose to add the Cadillac DPi to act as our Dallara P217 and BR Engineering BR1. Of course all of them are balanced with the existing cars in the mod.
Of course, we also implemented the Ginetta after its release and an update to incorporate the latest Ginetta update will be released this week.
Meanwhile, we are working on the addition of the 2020 Le Mans grid. We still have a plenty of skins to create, but we hope to get the full grid to you by the end of February.
Global Endurance Mod – Season 2018/19
With the 2021 season still quite far away, we have decided to start working on a different project in the meantime. We will recreate what was probably the most exciting GTE season in recent years: the 2018/19 Super Season!
Part of it is already included in the Season 2019/20 mod: the 2019 grid of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That grid will be moved to the new Season 2018/19 mod, which will be expanded with all cars from the entire Super Season, including the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans.
After we have finished this project, we will start working on the Season 2021 mod, hopefully with one or two hypercar models from Studio 397. And maybe, just maybe, they will finally bring hybrid engines to the game.
A new car?
With the Ginetta LMP1 project done and dusted, you might be wondering what our modellers will do next. First, and foremost, our focus will shift to creating tracks, starting with the Fuji Speedway. However, we haven’t given up on creating cars and we’ve started a new project. What will it be though? You’ll have to wait a little longer for that announcement…