This came up on the iRacing forums - someone found an article on some other site about this - otherwise I would have never known about it. Looks like no one else knows about it either because I'm pretty sure people around here would be flipping their lids and screaming for Tim to do some 'splaning. So Tim, you got some 'splainin' to do! Maybe. Maybe not, but I think many of us would be interested in hearing more talk about rFPro, at least as it relates to us regular Joes. I think most of us have heard of rF Pro or rFactor Pro, though we pretty much know nothing about it other than it's used by race teams and various manufacturers to test stuff. But then this came up. http://www.rfpro.com/MediaGalleryrFpro.aspx Click that link. Those videos are a couple days old. Don't forget Monaco either. Cool stuff, but on to the title and why I'm posting it... So the question is, how does rFpro and rF2 relate? Is there any relation at all? We "know" rFpro is a platform with the rF1 graphics engine (or was), but that begs the question of who is creating the content for said engine? Is there any sort of bleed over between rFpro and rF2? Who is actually working on rFpro? Who is the dog's body and who is the dog's tail? And the thing that actually tripped my up, the logo. We've seen rFpro with the rFactor R before, and it's that way on the website. But the Vimeo page has an entirely different logo, looking more modern, but strangely similar to a hybrid of Forza and Fanatec logos. Could the rFactor "brand" be close to undergoing an overhaul in anticipation for more of a marketing push finally? You know, if a "low definition" Nordschleife happens to find it's way to me I won't mind. Doubtful, but hey, a man can dream right?