1991 Group C Open Beta v0.80


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1991 Group C Open Beta v0.80

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  • Author Petros Mak
  • Uploaded 02-01-2015, 07:00 AM
  • Last Updated Yesterday, 10:53 PM
  • Category rFactor 2
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1991 Group C Open Beta v0.80

The 1991 Group C Mod includes the Mazda 787B and the Porsche 962C in the latest version of the mod for rFactor 2. Featuring unique realistic physics for each vehicle as well as different tire compounds, this is your chance to get behind two of the most iconic cars in the history of Group C racing.


1991 Mazda 787B model by Ionut Nicolaescu, updated by Dmitriy Barishev.
1991 Porsche 962C model by Dmitriy Barishev
Reworked Physics for both vehicles
Open Beta Base Sounds

Changelog v0.80


  • New Torque Curve for each engine. More Torque at low RPM and power peak at lower RPM to make the engines more "Porsche"
  • Engines use a bit less fuel
  • Small increase on brake power
  • Manual Clutch Torque fixed
  • Headlight flicker reduced but remains for now as the only way to stop it is to increase near cam clip distance, which when changed to fix flickering, clips the cockpit, so not useable


  • Small physics adjustments
  • Drag adjustment
  • Small decrease on brake power
  • Manual Clutch Torque fixed
  • Downshift sound modified/removed when using manual clutch

Changelog v0.3

Physics update #2.
Steering adjusted.
Force Feedback fixed.
Moved bonnet cam view.
Headlight beam and strength adjusted.
Fixed front rims having duplicate rim part inside - was only visible with covers off.
Chrome on wheels adjusted.
Full body export with new properties.
Static undershadow added - visible in spinner.
Online Multiplayer now working.

Copyright 2013 MAK-Corp
The 3D Car models, Helmet models, 2D Car Textures, Other 2D Textures, Sound files, Physic files, and any other files that make up this mod are owned by MAK-Corp and must not be used without permission. No content of this mod can be used without express prior permission.

Terms of Use
Those who wish to use this mod for racing leagues or in any method where content is published on their websites must abide by these following rules. In addition, any corporate companies or entities wishing to use this mod for any corporate events must contact us using the Contact Us link on www.mak-corp.com.au

Racing Leagues are permitted to change Physics, Cams, Engines, Vehicle names, Liveries, loading screens to suit their league but MUST retain the MAK-Corp logo on loading screens.
Racing Leagues may change the mod name to the racing league name but must still retain MAK-Corp as the creator of the original mod.
Racing Leagues MUST ONLY post their league version of this mod on the league website. Leagues may not post it on third party websites to be rated like rFactorcentral etc.
3D Models and any other content of this mod CANNOT be used in any third party mods without express prior permission. Please use the Contact Us section to enquire for permissions.
This mod must not be used in any way that benefits any party with financial income unless that income is used to give out prizes to their league members.
Corporate entities that wish to use this mod in special function events and have a usage licence supplied by ISI for rFactor 2 may freely use this mod at their events. If no usage licence has been acquired, please contact us to inquire on how to get one.

Mod Credits

Petros Mak

Ionut Nicolaescu
Dmitriy Barishev

Lukasz Kacprzykowski
Juandi Sanchez
Bernd Boehm
Doug Parker (D.Painter)
Nigel Phelan

Damian Baldi

Alvaro Perez

Stephen Young (Liquid4653) (Open Beta Release)
Ales Ogrinc (Second Closed Beta)
Ashley Webster (First Closed Beta)

Disclaimer: We do not have any affiliation with Mazda or Mazda Racing and this mod is created for the community for free as a free add on to be enjoyed by those who love the sport. Please respect the rules and regulations governed by Mazda and do not use any of their trademarks for commercial purposes without express prior consent from them.

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