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Posted: Nov 21, 2011 @ 10:19 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 10:14 am GMT-0600
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Kunos Simulazioni today deployed three new cars and three new laser scanned tracks to the Ferrari Virtual Academy simulation.

Official screenshots:


– Fiorano laser scanned track. Official Ferrari test track.
– Mugello laser scanned track.
– Nuerburgring GP laser scanned track.


– Ferrari F10 2010 Formula 1 car
– Ferrari 150° Italia 2011 Formula 1 car, with DRS and KERS technology
– Ferrari 458 Challenge car, with ABS and Traction Control.

Here is the text of their announcement:

One year after its official presentation at Monza, at the Italian GP weekend, the Ferrari Virtual Academy has now brought out a new and exclusive update, called the “Adrenaline Pack” giving fans the chance to test their reflexes with two new cars. The 150° Italia is this year’s current Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 car, while the 458 Challenge is the latest and fifth car that Ferrari has used in its one-make Championship, which delivers extreme performance and a thrilling drive.

Starting with real data from the cars, the new package reproduces the aerodynamic effects, tyre characteristics, the suspension and handling, while particular attention has been paid to engine noise. Another major novelty is the faithful reproduction of F1-Trac, the most sophisticated traction control system in the world, which assures continuous high levels of grip, which is a big performance aid. And when it comes to the Formula 1 car, it includes this season’s tweaks, the KERS and the DRS.

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