Share This Page

Facebook Twitter Reddit

Tagged Software

News (206)
Videos (6)
Cars (17)
Tracks (19)


Posted: Jun 24, 2021 @ 12:00 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 01:35 pm GMT-0600
Sorting Tags: News - All, News - Software, rFactor 2,

Support RSC

RSC has disabled Google Ads to increase page speed and would appreciate your support via PayPal, Patreon, YouTube Membership or by using any of the affiliate links below:
MOZA RacingSim-LabFanatecTrakRacerAsetekDreamhost
HumbleFanaticalCDKeysAmazonAmazon UKiRacing

Studio 397 have today released their fully licensed Monza for rFactor 2. It follows the free BMW car release this morning and is paid DLC coming in at $10.71 USD (Steam prices vary).

Official screenshots:

Official trailer:

View on YouTube

A little commentary:

Licensed content. That’s what Studio 397 brought to rFactor 2 first when they took over. With ISI, pricing was set with modders in-mind and frankly the landscape had changed so much since rFactor (2005) that it just didn’t work the same way for the second title. Adding Assetto Corsa into the mix and really, the costs just didn’t add up. What content found it’s way into rF2 during the ISI-development period were part of special deals or directly offset via sales, but it was a very difficult thing to keep doing – so they didn’t. Studio 397 took over and changed the pricing to allow for a paid-DLC model which works. As someone who worked at both ISI and S397 I can’t tell you how delighted I am to have seen some of the content come to rF2 which has, items that never would have worked when you had to license, build, and hope for NEW sales of the whole product to come forward to offset what you already spent.

I spoke to someone at Monza years ago about licensing the track for ISI and we couldn’t afford it, with Ferrari laughably out of reach as well. The fact that you can pound laps in a Ferrari at Monza in rFactor 2 right now makes me so damn happy for everyone at that studio.

No replies yet

Loading new replies...

About RSC

Back from the ashes since July, 2019. First created in 2001 with the merger of Legends Central (founded 1999) and

A site by a sort of sim racer, for sim racers, about racing sims. News and information on both modern and historic sim racing software titles.

All products and licenses property of their respective owners. Some links on this Web site pay RSC a commission or credit. Advertising does not equal endorsement.


Podcast micJoin Jon Denton, Tim Wheatley and Simon Croft as they discuss sim racing and racing games past, present and future.