Share This Page

Facebook Twitter Reddit

Tagged Software

News (207)
Videos (6)
Cars (17)
Tracks (19)


Posted: Dec 8, 2020 @ 11:11 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:31 pm GMT-0600
Sorting Tags: News - All, News - Software, rFactor 2,

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

This is interesting… Paid DLC ($6.06 USD) for a car I had never heard of? Let’s start off by talking about what this car actually is, and go from there…

The 1000-horsepower eX ZERO is the first electric racing car specifically developed for eSports racing and the RCCO World eX Championship. It has four-wheel drive, and a power-to-weight ratio of 1:1. The eX ZERO reaches a top speed of over 236 mph in the lowest drag configuration, and is challenging to drive even for professional racing drivers.

In many ways this is similar to what iRacing just did with their fictional Dallara iR-01, working closely with a real-world racing designer to bring forward a car specifically for eSports. But what eSports? Well, maybe this is an indicator on a series that will be implemented in rFactor 2’s upcoming competition system.

How do I feel about this? Well, pretty much the same as I did about the car iRacing made. I don’t care. It seems cool, and I’m really interesting to see it being implemented in online competition (still waiting on that rFactor 2 competition system…) The main difference between this effort and the one from iRacing is that rFactor 2 users didn’t look down on other products having generic/fictional cars. *cough, iRacing users, cough*

Screenshots below videos.

The three videos below cover the design, deployment, and show Rudy can Buren lapping Spa:

No replies yet

Loading new replies...

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.