Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by willpinataman, Oct 10, 2012.
Yes, I did. Yes, it does. There will be other F1 cars from 1965-1969.
I bought rF2's lifetime license for that
Thank you Tim. That's great news!
Speaking of which, Tim, is there anyway I can pay the difference to upgrade my license to a lifetime membership?
High wing cars like the Matra MS80, BRM P139, Brabham BT26, Mclaren M7, Lotus 49B especially configurations from mid 1968 including first 3 races of 1969. Driving amongst a forest of wing stalks would be a great addition!
Would love to see ISI get into NASCAR type races and cars as well. Would love to be able to drive the winged warriors of 69 and 70, as in the 69 Daytona Charger and the 70 Superbird.
if you contact them, they do afaik
"Speaking of which, Tim, is there anyway I can pay the difference to upgrade my license to a lifetime membership?"
I did that, a few days ago, using paypal to send money (the difference between annual and lifetime license : 30 euros) but you must first contact ISI : email@example.com and they tell you everything...
This is great news.
The F2 cars will be nice but its always good to be able to drive the current F1.
thanks nikos and jrcn50
Thanks for answering him.
Nothing licensed yet, but so far there will be a generic vehicle suitable to that era.
How much longer do we have rF2 for free? Of course, not including the 12 months for which I paid.
until it goes Gold, then your paid subscription starts so 12 months after that you need to renew
Great news from ISI. Just please, please make sure the brakes have a realistic wear rate with this new F1 car. The BMW '07 had this problem, although to a much lesser extent than some of the F1 mods, which were ridiculous.
F1 cars from 1991 would be great!
I have the life time license,
So I never have to pay anything again?
& people that didn't get the lifetime have to pay every 12 months ???? (after the beta free period etc )
lol, is this an adv?
Hehehe, I guess that is what is meant by "Lifetime", though you have to wonder who's lifetime it is referring to
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