Chris and James of PretendRaceCars.net discuss the fallout of their iRacing Street Stock article, what the Kunos coding livestreams mean for the community, talk about Chris having to deal with the gMotor engine once the V8 Supercars are released for Game Stock Car Extreme, and elaborate on the future of the site.
Our Soundcloud overlords have not been kind to us, putting a cap on what we’re allowed to upload and forcing us to pay a mammoth amount to continue doing Podcasts on a site that isn’t even compatible with iTunes.
And a bunch of y’all complained about Soundcloud, so there’s that.
Anyways, 8:10 – The Official PretendRaceCars.net Podcast will return for a second season, and in the meantime, we’re in the process of moving everything over to YouTube and changing all the links over so previous podcasts entries on here will still be functional.
Beware that the image quality will look like ass. It’s a podcast. Find something else to cry about.
Chris and James of PretendRaceCars.net discuss their early impressions of DiRT Rally, talk about the release of Project CARS, and shortly review round one of RaceDepartment’s Virtual Stock Car Championship.
Chris and James of PretendRaceCars.net discuss their time spend with ARCA Sim Racing, the informal announcement of Project CARS 2, talk about what Steam’s new easy-to-use Payware modding integration means for Sim Racing, and give impressions on the PC version of MX vs. ATV Reflex.
Chris and James of PretendRaceCars.net discuss their favorite set of driving physics in the Grand Theft Auto series, Team VVV’s positive previews of F1 2015, mess around with iRacing’s Holden V8 Supercar on Sonoma, and comment on Project CARS finally “going Gold.”