Share This Page

Facebook Twitter Reddit

Tagged Software

News (10)
Videos (5)


Posted: Nov 29, 2023 @ 10:31 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Nov 30, 2023 @ 08:41 am GMT-0600
Sorting Tags: News - All, News - Software, Hotlap Racing,

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-LabFanatecTrakRacerAsetekInternet Privacy From NordVPNDreamhostCapital One Credit Card Application
HumbleFanaticalCDKeysAmazonAmazon UKiRacingGet your racing gloves, boots and more from Demon Tweeks.Enlist at Roberts Space Industries, developers of Star Citizen and Squadron 42

November 30: The car shown is the Mygale F3R that was previously announced. Apologies for the confusion.

Original post:

Zero Games have shown off some new screens for their upcoming Hot Lap Racing title that they have self-described as “simcade”. The screens, posted on social media, show what appears to be something very similar to a Dallara IR18 driving around a track that looks very similar to the Daytona roadcourse. While most of what the team have shown off so far has appeared to be licensed, I am frankly not sure if these are.

Loading new replies...

It's the F3 Mygale, as the hashtags say on X, I assume :)

Reply Like

Oh, man. Thanks for that. My brain saw the screenshot on the banking and initially thought "Michigan" until I realized otherwise... Then I never gave it the critical thought I should have to correct myself on the car! Sorry about the confusion. I edited the post.

Reply Like

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.