Mak Corp is one of the major modding teams, and one of the very few to make the transition from last generation to this current one. They have plenty of exciting projects in the works, including the fabled MMG F1 2008, Formula 3, and Group C mods. The latter two have seen public beta releases, and we have another release of the Group C mod!
This release brings it to version 0.95, and has had a multitude of fixes, as well as introducing a new car: the Sauber C11! This is one of the more iconic racing cars in the world, dominating the 1990 World Sports-Prototype Championship. Powered by a 5.0L Twin-Turbo V8 engine (pumping out an INSANE 900 Horsepower), the car would rocket to speeds of over 253 MPH! Fun Fact: This was technically called the Mercedes-Benz C11, but was built in a partnership with Sauber.
In addition to the adding of the Sauber C11, one change I’m glad to hear of is the sound improvements. While most of the sound clips were good quality, the mod definitely had struggled with poor mixing, and I thought the Mazda 787B’s shift sounds were… off. I’m hoping these issues were fixed, especially with the mod being so close to a 1.0 release.
Mak Corp Group C v0.95 Changelog
- ADDED: New vehicle, Sauber C11
- ADDED: New template pack including the Sauber C11
- ADDED: New Skins by Arturo Pereira, Damian Baldi and Daniel Gomez
- UPDATED: All sounds have been updated and re-balanced
- UPDATED: Wiper now removable in interior views through upgrades
- UPDATED: Mod manual PDFs
- UPDATED: UI Menu pictures redone
- UPDATED: Various graphical elements
- FIXED: Various graphical elements
- FIXED: Specular issue with banners
- FIXED: Headlight flickering
- FIXED: Undershadow on all cars
Both 787B and 962C
- Some inertias have changed to give a more natural movement to the cars. This has made the cars more dynamic giving more feedback to the driver on traction and makes it easy to drive close behind another car.
- The tyre wear and degradation curves have changed. Now tyres could be used until the end of their life with a more homogeneous be
- A small delay has been added to the H shifter to make it fair against drivers using pads
- The peak of torque on the WSC engine has been moved from 5500 to 5000 RPM making it exactly like the Type 962/72 engine from the World Sportscar Championship. This new range of torque allows drivers to take some corners in a higher gear saving fuel while driving in endurance mode.