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Posted: May 29, 2021 @ 03:05 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 01:24 pm GMT-0600
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It was Monza. They have published an article detailing how the track was laser scanned and will be previewing the release in the upcoming roadmap.

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It’s difficult to say for sure, but in a tweet yesterday Studio 397 teased the track they were likely talking about for the last couple of dev update posts as well. All the tease includes is a picture of grandstand seating:

Why do I think that’s Monza? Well, the rFactor 2 Discord convinced me (Julien Lemoine specifically) by posting this image:

Didn’t the rFactor series already have Monza? Well, no. rFactor featured a lookalike first-party generic track named “Brianza”. We can probably assume this will be officially licensed.

The only downside I can think of is that every open server will now run basically just this track just like every sim ever…

Anyway, what do you think? Monza?

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