Will ASR ever release complete packages for the 90's F1?

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  1. momoracer

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    I think my favorite is the 1995 Ferrari, insane sound and still very raw feeling, the sweet spot before it became "too modern". The problem is, im tired of doing races where every opponent are the same car.

    I would love a complete 1995 season by ASR. I know there's a completed 1996 someone released, but im sure it's not as profesionally done as the ASR team level of quality.

    I just hate that I can't do proper races because there's like 1 or 2 cars of each era:

    http://www.asrformula.com/rfactor2.html

    I mean we got a very nice 1988 mod by carrera that includes even all the tracks, but I would like something of top quality for the 90's too. I would be willing to pay for this obviously. I hope that slowly ASR keeps building all the cars.
     
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    sorry should have read your full post re 88"s. have you tried contacting ASR via facebook or their site ? There is a server up running 91's that has getmod as well
     
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    Got to also ask if you have driven the offficial F1 mod FISI ?
     
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    The 1992 one is still out there as I used it recently in a YouTube video.
     
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    Nope what mod ist hat?

    Any idea why did ASR remove the 1992 LE mod from their site?
     
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    They've had a few problems with people ripping their models and taking credit or in the case of some of their new stuff people donating and selling it on.

    Probably got rid of this for the same reason.
     
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    I doubt OP will be interested in F1 cars from 2012, when he said that 1995 is right before being too modern for him.
    Apart from 1992, they have 6 cars from 1991 which is the closest to a decent grid from a particular year.
    Now, while I'd also love a full season with all the models (1991 saw 26 different models used), we are no one to request them anything.
     
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    Well I made a thread also asking for some more modern F1 mods https://forum.studio-397.com/index.php?threads/best-modern-f1-v10-mod.58938/

    Anything under 2005 interests me generally but 1995 ish years are the most fun for me.
     
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    Sorry to hear this. Having said that, and as good as the 92LE mod was, ASR's new cars take things to a much higher level of detail, feel and "realism".

    I would encourage anyone to pay for beta access for all of their stuff and maybe we will have a complete grid some day!
     
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    Which new cars?
     
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    They took all their releases down off RaceDepartment for this reason. They also had people dobbing them in to Ferrari trying to get a cease-and-decist order put on them as they were 'charging for an unlicensed product'.

    When Ferrari hands licenses out no problem and doesn't really care for modders making versions of their cars. Anything that glorifies that prancing horse is a bonus for them. But like I say- the Historic Edition (real 1992 performances) is still out there, you just gotta search. I'd post a link but I know a couple of the ASR guys and I don't know if they still want it out there.
     
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    I wonder what made the 2004 Williams sound so good?

    a 2004 mod would be cool
     
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    Have you tried my 1996 mod/conversion on steam? Only one year off lol.

    I should also have ASR 1992 on my PC somewhere if you would like me to send it to you. It's version 1.81, not sure if they ever released a newer one.
     
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    There's a v1.86 and a 1.865 update by Frenky.
     
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    Oh, I'll have to try tracking these down myself then.
     
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    There's a version 2.0, which is the one I have.
     
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