See latest list below, updated as of June 30, 2012
Cars should be posted with the following information:
Model and Year(s)
Race Series or Class if relevant
Country of Origin (some may be considered international)
Include a picture (please not too big)
Cars should be as manufactured or raced. No personal modifications.
Include a link to more detailed information if relevant.
Write a brief and sensible explanation that would help justify its inclusion. You should make reference to any of the following that are relevant.
Driving Fun Factor
Does the car fill a gap in the list of cars currently in the game?
Is the car desirable to collectors?
Would the car be at home on the racing track?
Is the car of particular importance to a racing series?
Does your car belong to an identifiable category such as (but not limited to) Vintage, Classic, Art, Concept, or Truck?
This information must be included in order for your nomination to be considered for the voting process.
See the Original Post in this thread for more information.
Cars with no link have had the post go missing since the forum migration.
|Car (with link to thread post)||Quote-UnQuote||Manufacturer||Year(s)||Country|
|R15 plus TDI||2010 Le Mans winner||Audi||2010||Germany|
|R18 TDI||2011 Le Mans winner||Audi||2011||Germany|
|E30 M3||Original M3 'nuff said||BMW||1986-1992||Germany|
|CTS-V||High performance sedan||Cadillac||2004-present||USA|
|Impala SS 409||Iconic muscle car||Chevrolet||1963||USA|
|Monte Carlo||NASCAR breeding stock||Chevrolet||1970-1988, 1995-2007||USA|
|202 GT, plus variations||First modern sports car||Cisitalia||1946-1952||Italy|
|SVT Raptor||Lightning partner||Ford||2007-present||USA|
|Monster Energy Mustang GT, Vaughn Gittin Jr.||Drifting and racing||Ford||2008-present||USA|
|Eagle i-Thrust||Innovative and ingenious||Hammerhead||2009||England|
|Venom GT||Extreme street legal||Hennessey Motorsports||2012-2013||USA|
|LX Torana SS A9X Hatchback , Holden Dealer Team #05||Aussie V8 history||Holden||1979||Australia|
|RA273||V12 at Monaco!||Honda R&D||1967||Japan|
|Agera R||Hyper car||Koenigsegg||2011-present||Sweden|
|Nissan Skyline RS Super Silhouette Formula - [Skyline 2000RS (R30)]||Iconic Nissan||Nissan||1980's||Japan|
|Road Runner||Muscle car breeding stock||Plymouth (Chrysler Corp)||1970||USA|
|Renault 5 GT Turbo||Pocket rocket||Renault||1988-1991||France|
|Ultimate Aero TT||Race car for the road||SSC North America||2009||USA|
|TS030 Hybrid||Le Mans prototype||Toyota||2012||Japan|
|Tyrrell P34||70's icon||Tyrrell||1976||UK|
It appears that in the migration several worthy posts did not make it. The cars are still on the list, but if possible, it would be appreciated if the following folks could re-post these nominations with pictures and all. Many thanks.
DaletonaDave: Monte Carlo
gar529: Eagle i-Thrust
Gojet-64: TS030 Hybrid (and he did, that was quick!)
Also pictures have disappeared from the following posts. If the author could re-import the pictures that would be appreciated.
reju: Audis and 250GT
maxcoolnascar: Mustang GT
It turns out one of my suggestions was lost in the migration, so I'll have to re-post it.
TS030 Hybrid 2012
Le Mans Prototype (LMP1)
Naturally aspirated Petrol V8 (90° V-angle)
6-speed sequential gearbox
Releases extra energy to rear wheels (allows power boost at any speed)
Full list of specifications (Could not find info on power and weight)
As Toyota's first Le Mans Prototype in over a decade, this car marks a major milestone in Toyota Racing. With new regulations in the 2012 Le Mans rules, this car is features a hybrid system. This hybrid system charges super-capacitors under braking using KERS, and releases this energy in the form of bursts of extra power.
By releasing the extra power through the rear wheels, the extra power can be released at any speed (whereas extra power released through the front wheels is only allowed at speeds above 120 km/h, as with the Audi R18 e-tron). This also means that the TS030 can exit the pits silently on electric power, and start the petrol engine while driving down pit road, rather than waiting for the engine to start before exiting the pit box.
In qualifying, the The two Toyota TS030s gave Audi a run for their money, placing 3rd and 5th on the starting grid. They proved competitive in the race as well, and overtook Audi for the lead of the race.
Unfortunately, a collision with a GT car caused a heavy crash with the #8 TS030. After the hour-long safety car period, the #7 TS030 was involved with another collision with a slower car, leading to mechanical problems, and eventually a retirement from the race.
The TS030 will continue to race throughout the Le Mans Endurance Series, hopefully scoring one or two wins before season end.
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Car: 944 turbo
This car, which was an FR engined Porsche was a very successful and very Aestheically pleasing car. It won many races.
Also there are other Porsches also worth noting.
We all would love Porsche in the game( Many a Dead Horse has been beat over this issue). The fact remains that as of now, PD still does not have the licensing to add ANY Porsches. So we won't have them anytime soon. We can, however, wish and hope. Remember though, If wishes were horses, then beggars would ride................