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Studio 397

When Image Space Inc. halted development on rFactor 2, Dutch company Luminis colaborated with Marcel Offermans (a software developer who had previously worked with ISI) to form a new company around the product, bringing over a number of the former ISI production team.

In 2021 Studio 397 and the rFactor 2 product were acquired by Motorsport Games who intended to both continue rF2 development and use the engine for other licensed racing titles under their own name.

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Le Mans Ultimate Studio 397, 2024

Announced with the mention of a “24 Hours of Le Mans” title in the press release announcing the acquisition of Studio 397 and rFactor 2. This title is expected to use rFactor 2’s physics

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rFactor 2 Image Space Inc., Studio 397, 2013

rF2 is a simulation designed to simulate any type of multi-wheeled vehicle of any era, supports modding directly, and features an advanced physics, suspension, and tire model

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