The Porsche 911 RSR GTE is pure perfection. How does it compare across different sim racing titles? AMS 2 and iRacing go head to head at Daytona.
As you would expect from Porsche, great engineering and racing heritage is in the blood. Porsche is synonymous with victory and the pursuit of perfection. Now with that said, how does this translate into the sim racing world?. Well, thankfully we have great content creators to put these kinds of things to the test. Before we get into the video, Dan SimRacing introduces the Porsche 911 RSR GTE.
In this video, he also mentions that he shall compare this car in iRacing to the version in Automobilista 2. For good measure, the track of choice shall be at Daytona in both sims. This was recently released in the new USA Expansion Pack in AMS 2, which can be checked out at the link below.
As the US racing season kicks into high gear, we are thrilled to announce our venture into the amazing North American motorsports scene with the upcoming release of the Racin’ USA Expansion Pack Part One.
The Pack – originally planned as a single, massive expansion pack – has been split into three standalone parts, each including a number of tracks and cars – the first centered around the US thriving sports car scene; the second on its single-seater heritage, the third on the world of oval racing, with some overlap between them adding up to a cohesive whole. We expect to release all three parts before the end of the year.
On the car front, Part One will offer the GTE class, initially featuring the Porsche 911 RSR, BMW M8, Corvette C8R, along with the Cadillac DPI-R prototype; on the track front, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, the street circuit of Long Beach and the iconic Daytona International Speedway make up for a fantastic initial lineup to kick off our North American adventure.