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Ian Bell, CEO of Straight4 Studios, has again posted some work-in-progress images of the software on his Twitter profile, this time again featuring Group C cars at what appears to be Interlagos. Cars featured appear to be the Jaguar XJR-9 and Nissan R89C FIA Group C cars we’d seen previously along with a Porsche 962C.

The screenshots are clearly labeled as “WIP”, but if I were to put my critiquing hat on I have to say I’d be very satisfied with the overall look and lighting. In fact nothing leaps out at me as bugged or missing other than perhaps the car headlights, which in pre-alpha isn’t a lot…

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So how about an Aston Martin AMR1, Spice SE89C, Lancia LC2/89, Toyota 89C-V, perhaps even a Cougar C22S and Sauber C9/88 till complete the 1989 WSPC field?

Too much to ask? ;)

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