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Race Sim Studio have released a new mod for Assetto Corsa that is based on 2010 Formula One regulations and triggers a weird sense of nostalgia for an era that honestly didn’t seem that exciting at the time, but weirdly has huge appeal to me today. You can buy the item in the RSS store.

Here is their descriptive text:

This is the Formula RSS 2010 V8 for the PC version of Assetto Corsa by Race Sim Studio.

Minimum CSP version: 0.2.2. Standard data version is supplied.

One of our most detailed, feature-rich, and (with bias) beautiful cars to grace our catalog is here with the Formula RSS 2010 V8. This vehicle represents more than a year of planning and production, using the best tools available to bring a long-awaited modernisation to iconic formula racing.

This car features several new functionalities for RSS including but not limited to the following highlights using CSP:
– 4 display colours to choose from
– Several physics changing controls visible on the display
– Front-Flap Adjustments while driving (physics only)
– F-Duct and custom steering animations
– Animated front and rear wings
– Data-assigned LEDs
– Intermediate and Wet tyres with textures
– An Extended Controls application to assign controller buttons to swap the display pages
– Complex engine sounds using a modified FMOD implementation technique

This product features as standard:
– One high quality vehicle model to the 2010 rule-set with hand-crafted textures
– One high quality engine sound with customised FMOD design
– One advanced vehicle physics with optional physics extension for CSP users (version 0.2.2 and above)
– 5 liveries
– A booklet showing the journey and the details


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