Mod created by GMT – German Modding Team
This is a 100% free and non-commercial modification for GTR2 by SimBin.
The use of this modification is at your own risk.
Schraubenzwinge: 3D modell, uv mapping, skins
Aleksss: ingame programming, 3D model rework, textures, animations/
Schuchi: physics, beta test/
Alless: wheels, textures/
Marc Danisch: custom skin/
GTAce: custom skin, beta test/
Saleen: beta test/
Gallow24: beta test/
Speedstar11: beta test/
Car Infos from Wiki :
Porsche 911 GT1
For the 1998 season Porsche developed an all-new car, the 911 GT1-98. Designed to match the also new Toyota GT-One and Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR, the 911 GT1-98 featured bodywork which bore more of a resemblance to traditional sports-prototypes than the previous 2 models while a new sequential gearbox was installed. As per the regulations a street-legal version of the 911 GT1-98 was spawned, but it is believed that only one variant was produced which was still sufficient to satisfy the regulations.
During the 1998 FIA International GT season the 911 GT1-98 struggled to match the pace of the Mercedes, which also were improved, with the main reason being down to the air-restrictor rules being which were regarded as unfavourable to the turbo engine (the Mercedes being naturally aspirated). The Michelin tyres of the factory team and especially the Pirelli of the private Zakspeed team were also considered inferior to the Bridgestone of Mercedes.
At the 1998 Le Mans however, it was a different story. The BMW V12 LM retired with wheel bearing trouble, and the Mercedes CLK-LM vehicles had oil pump troubles in the new V8 engines that replaced the former V12. The Toyota GT-One, which was considered to be the fastest car, also suffered gearbox reliability problems.
Mercedes CLK LM
After conquering the FIA GT Championship, Mercedes-Benz set its sights on competing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1998, which it had not been at since 1991. However, Le Mans presented a different challenge from that offered in FIA GT, in that the race distances were nearly one tenth the distance covered at Le Mans. Therefore, Mercedes-AMG set about altering the CLK GTR in order to meet the new demands required at Le Mans.
First and foremost, Mercedes-AMG decided that the M120 V12 would not be up to the task of running for 24 hours. Instead, they decided to use the M119 HL V8 engine from Sauber C9/Sauber C11 which raced in the late 1980s and early 1990s, as Mercedes-AMG felt that the M119HL would have better reliability at speeds while still performing the same amount of power as the M120 due to air restrictor regulations. The turbochargers were removed and other revised components were added in order to achieve high rpm. The modified engine was designated as GT108 B.
Manuel Staggl: CLK-LM preview renders
Hage: Zackspeed LM skins
Bandito99: 25# Porsche AG skin
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Simply follow the instructions of the setupfile.
Go & NoGo:
During the installation you will need to accept an end user license agreement (EULA) but I want to point some details out.
We worked very hard and long on this mod and we hope you to appreciate and have respect for that. You can do what ever you want with the car on your own PC but if you want to convert it to another simulation or add something to the mod and release it please contact us at www.germanmoddingteam.de first.
But there are things you can do as much as you like. Paint skins, make screenshots and movies and last but not least… HAVE FUN!