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RaceRoom vs rFactor 2 Tour Car FWD

Who Does FWD better? rFactor 2 or RaceRoom

Since it seems that Motorsport Games’ BTCC video game will never be, rFactor 2 (rF2) has been quick to receive BTCC content. This of course mounts a challenge to RaceRoom (R3E). The latter being the official simulator for the WTCR. 2 different touring car associations in 2 simulators. For me, 1 defining trait of touring […]

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How to Watch On-Demand Sports with Eurosport

DISCLAIMER: This article is NOT sponsored. If you are into any sport really, including motorsport, the Eurosport subscription scheme is a nice deal. €6.99 a month is pretty good. After all you get hours of sport every day. And after having tried out the Eurosport video play, it’s all readily accessible. It’s all streamlined. It’s

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How to Watch the WTCR Race of France

WTCR, the FIA World Touring Car Cup starts its 2022 season on French Circuit de Pau-Ville. This might only be the 1st time the current WTCC visits the circuit, but the historic street-circuit is still bound to produce loads of action-packed racing. And as a bonus for those who might be interested, FIA also offer

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WTCC: The Ultimate Guide to Your Favourite Driver

If you are new to the World Touring Car Championship, or WTCC for short, and you don’t know who to support, let this article be of service. It’s quite simple, really, you’ll see. There is almost no wrong answer as to who to support. Let’s look at the championship in 2021 why. What you can

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What’s the deal with Lynk & Co?

Lynk & Co are a Chinese-Swedish car manufacturer, belonging to Geely group. That’s the same group that own Volvo. Both vehicle factories use a joint-venture unibody automobile platform called CMA. Basically what that means is that they have some important parts that are the same, therefore being able to produce and order more at once

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