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In our next race, we’ll race a little further back in time

We go back to the Golden Age of Grand Prix Racing.
To be more precise, we go back to 1923, a time when races sometimes lasted longer than 7 hours. A time when racers competed on paved or gravel tracks. A time when there was no concern for the safety of the drivers.
A time when real heroes were sitting behind the steering wheels.

To celebrate this time, we have chosen two tracks on which we will drive the 1923 GP cars.



Opel Rennbahn
Here is an article directly from the Opel website. Including an interview with the Thomas Lächele, who brought the track back to life:

Lost Heaven (The track from Mafia)


Ernest Friderich practicing in the Bugatti Type 32 for the French GP

1923 Gran Prix Cars

All files from here:
Install this fix manually after installing the other downloads first:
"1923 pack - camera fix, rainfx data, Delage AI fix 1.0"

Race Format

Opel Rennbahn
1st Qualifying > 10 minutes
1st Race > 30 minutes
Lost Heaven
2nd Qualifying > 10 minutes
2nd Race > 30 minutes

The week after we start with two new championships.

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