Seeing how I took over another thread started by maguire, I thought it would be a good idea to start a new thread on the subject of rFactor. We seem to have quite a few hardcore F1 fans on here as well as several PC gaming fans. Why not join the two together with rFactor? Very quick rundown on what rFactor is. Q. What is it? A. A highly realistic racing sim Q. What can it do? A. It can be infinitely modded to have any car, any track from any era with on or offline play. It can be tuned to any level of realism you fancy. Its the car version of MS Flight Sim. Q. Where can I get it? A. Downloadable from rFactor For all your modding needs, http://www.rfactorcentral.com is the place to go (all free). Q. How much? A. Free downloadable demo giving you a couple of standard cars and tracks or Â£24 via paypal to download (or buy it on disc). Q. What system do you need? A. You will need a fairly sprightly system to run it. Amiga owners need not apply. I run it quite happily on a lap top (dualcore 2.3ghz, 512 meg graphic with a gig of memory). If you have a kicking PC, its the dogs bollox. You can even use a PS3 sixaxis controller on your PC too (with a little bit of free software). Some screen shots here. If you enjoy console racing sims or have ever played GT Legends, Geoff Crammonds Grand Prix series or just like ragging a car round a track, this sim is a MUST. I'm in no way affiliated to rFactor but its not a terribly well known sim. I only stumbled across it about 6 months ago by chance. Oh, you can download the Top Gear test track and drive virtually every single type of car The Stig has chucked round it. Great fun to compare your times.