Aston Martin Vantage GT3, it's here

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  1. davehenrie

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    It is fairly common for GT builders to design the car to have a fuel intake on either side of the car. So at tracks that need left side fueling. the teams would install the gear on the left side and put a flat cover over the opening on the other side. So it would not be uncommon to see a car with a fuel bracket on right or left, but the other side should have an oval-shaped cover that matches the dimensions of the fueling hardware.
     
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  2. LordOfGarnix

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    I don't think the devil is in the details. Interior and exterior sound don't fit each other, because it's the interior sound of the GT3 and the exterior sound of the GTLM/GTE Version (which they simulate quite nicely I must add). The GTLM/GTE version sounds very boring (like in real life) and nothing like the awesome growling GT3 version.
    They need to fix that.

    I like the 3D model but it's definitely not up there with the 911 or the 720S.
     
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    TURBOS! Blech! Nothing worse than hearing a growling V8 or V10 downshifting for a corner followed by a Ferrari or Ford slinking up to the braking point with those dang TURBOS! 2nd worse thing to happen to GT racing.
     

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