2D/3D stuff: BorekS (firstname.lastname@example.org)
3D/3D stuff ingame conversion: BorekS
Car physics: deep-strike
Sounds: wolferl, adapted for the car by deep-strike
Special thanks to:
!Dirk for a thorough car physics ingame testing and feedback
GeeDee for cockpit driver related fixes
Looseether for external mirror material reflexion settings and gauge tweaking
Mod car add-on homepage: http://simgarage.nolimit.cz
Cooper T73 project was a scratch build initial test mod, designed directly for GT Legends game by SimBin, to check if is yet possible to create and drive satisfactorily an opewheeler car add-on at historic touring car simulator. All the mod work experience has been transformed into F1 LEGENDS RACING mod (http://f1legends.nolimit.cz). Many people asked if the F1 1964 Copper T73 car will be also released, so we finished it and we are giving the old openwheeler to fans public now 🙂
Although it is a single car add-on, the mod pack also includes few non Cooper manufacturer related skins in different racing team colors. To fake better the full grid F1 1964 race feeling, the team cars use different wheel mesh and engine pipe styles / engine covers, but all the cars use same physics and sound set.
For more you can visit this place: http://simgarage.nolimit.cz/rubriky/game-add-ons/cooper-t73
Car add-on skin content
F1 1964 #09 Team Cooper Car Company / Phil Hill
F1 1964 #17 Team Cooper Car Company / John Love
F1 1964 #22 Fabre Urbain / Jean Claude Rudaz
F1 1964 #24 Bob Gerard Racing / John Taylor
F1 1964 #02 Lotus-BRM / Peter Revson
F1 1964 #05 Ian Raby Racing / Ian Raby
F1 1964 #10 Scuderia Centro Sud / Tony Maggs
F1 1964 #11 British Racing Partnership / Trevor Taylor
F1 1964 #07 North American Racing Team / Pedro Rodriguez
F1 1964 #21 Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC / Ludovico Scarfiotti
F1 1964 #20 Honda R&D Company / Ronnie Bucknum
F1 1964 #33 Team Lotus / Moises Solana
Copy the Gamedata folder to your GTR2 installation folder.
i.e if you have GTR2 installed in x:\GTR2 then copy the gamedata folder to x:\GTR2\, letting it overwrite.
PLR file – make Wheels Visible In Cockpit=”1″
Next you need to edit your <player name>.PLR file.
Player name is the name you use to drive in GTR2 and the file is found in UserData\<player name>\<player name>.PLR – i.e if your GTR2 driver name is Speedy then the file you need to edit is UserData\speedy\speedy.PLR
You need to make sure that this file contains this line, found in the [ Graphic Options ] section :
Wheels Visible In Cockpit=”1″
Tip: Use Notepad to edit the file.
This will tell GTR2 to show the front wheels when in cockpit view, which is of course the only way to drive an F1 mod 😉
If Wheels Visible In Cockpit=”0″ then just change the 0 to 1
Run game and select from menu a “F1 Cooper T73” item…
Up/Down, Forward/Back cockpit adjustment
You may need to adjust the driver position up or down and/or forward or back when changing to different cars.
To achieve this you dont have to search or map any special keys for it, just use mouse:
Push a RIGHT mouse button and with the pushed button move the mouse forwards, backwards, left or right… thats the whole trick 🙂
if you need to reset the cockpit adjustment, you can edit the <player name>.PLR file.
Find Seat Adjustment rows and set it to zero, like this:
Seat Adjustment Aft=”0.00000″
Seat Adjustment Up=”0.00000″
Known F1 Cooper T73 mod issues / bugs
* not optimal animated driver arms and legs at virtual cockpit
* some texture transparency issues
Good luck and Enjoy!
BorekS and team
Property and restrictions:
The package is property of the creator/development members.
It is protected by the copyright agreements and the laws for protection of intellectual property.
Any offence against these rights can result in civil or criminal charges.
It is not allowed release/distribute this package with any changes without permissions.
It is not allowed rip/convert mesh parts of this package and/or use such mesh parts in other game/3D format without permissions.
It is not allowed to be profited commercially from this stuff.
It is allowed to create new skins, distributed separately (as a new Cooper t73 team standalone car slots / skin packs etc.).