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Old 28 Feb 2024, 18:29 (Ref:4198694)   #1
ozspeedfreak
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Hi to all.
I'm an old Historic enthusiast who, due to health reasons, isn't permitted to drive IRL so I naturally got into simracing many years ago which is still a passion today.
My problem is it is almost impossible to find accurate representations of the old classics. Nice models but copy/paste physics (slightly tweaked if you're lucky).
So two of us has decided to make our own, atm concentrating on the '66-'70 F3 Championship. We are hoping to get some assistance as to where and who might have some of the hard to get data. After the 1970 regulation changes things are easier to find but prior to that we have exhausted Google and still come up short.
Many thanks for any help.


P.S. We have a working Tecno and Matra in game but still have more to do both on those and a number of other cars.


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