On the official website of Renaud Kuppens, Marc VDS Team driver, an article appeared about RTR and the iOpener Enabled feature.
Who thinks that simracing in 2009 is only for men is wrong! As this picture proves the ladies know pretty well how to handle those wheels and pedals and impress the men by mastering Real-Time Racing!
This week everybody was able to send us questions for FIA GT driver Bas Leinders. After the weekend we sat down with him to review his impressions with regards to the beta test and the real racing event.
It's time to meet your fellow drivers without their helmet on. Who is that guy leading the hall of fame, who is that helpful bloke on the forum?
As promised we would keep you posted with high quality photo's of the Sunday FIA GT race day. Here is the final gallery for you to enjoy!
RTR talks to Roy Visser. Beta tester of Real-Time Racing
Shifting from car to track this week! If you know the correct answer then please send us an email.
The RTR Crew left the circuit of Zolder yesterday night after a great weekend full of racing action.
Today Zolder was the venue of the first beta test of the iOpener Enabled feature in an official FIA GT event.
Today the entire RTR crew was present at the Circuit of Zolder in Belgium to finalize the preparations for tomorrow's live FIA GT event where thousands of beta testers will take it up live against Bas Leinders.
Yesterday we already showed you the Matech GT1 of Bas Leinders and we promised to show you more soon. Here it is!
This saturday thousands of beta testers will fire up the RTR game from their homes to compete against Bas Leinders in his Matech GT1 during the Free Practice and the Pre Qualy of the upcoming final round of the FIA GT Championship at Circuit Zolder.
All race fans among you know that visiting a paddock on a real track is great for two reasons: roaring engines of fabulous cars and... ...beautiful women!
We have upload new photos of the Marcos MarcoMori. Read more to see more.
We can still use your support in our batlle to become the winner of the Accenture Innovation Award 2009!
After the big success of the last Guess the Car competition of a few days back we are happy to do another one!
From their homes thousands of testers will accept the challenge to try and beat the FIA GT Ace at Circuit Zolder in Belgium.
While all the new beta testers are having fun testing the RTR game you have to wait on your key? No way, we can't let that happen
Today a few hundred new beta testers found their way to the RTR community. Games are being installed, introduction topics opened....
Treat your friends to an unforgettable weekend during the FIA GT Championship at Circuit Zolder
Vote for us as we are nominated for "Best Gaming Concept" and "Public Prize" by the Accenture Innovation Awards 2009.
We sat down with David Greco, racer and simracer and interviewed him about all things RTR
The first car we reveal is the Marcos MarcoMori as it is driving in real life by Bert & Patrick Moritz.
After years of hard work and tons of preparations from the RTR Crew the day we all have waited for finally arrived.
During the coming weekend of October 24th and 25th the Circuit of Zolder hosts the final round of the FIA GT Championship 2009. In many ways this weekend will be the venue of groundbreaking news.
We have received some amazing news today. The RTR Game is still in beta but already we have been nominated for two innovation awards for "Best Gaming Concept" and "Public Prize".
The RTR cars of Moritz Racing were at the world famous Spa-Francorchamps track in Belgium this weekend
Since we have send out our press release this week about the start of the beta period we have been visited from all over the world.
With the beta underway for only two days we have received so many positive e-mails from the racing community.
We hereby would like to present a clear and transparent overview of how the beta keys will be distributed amongst the RTR fans for the upcoming 4 months.
Here are a few soundbites from our beta testers, directly from the heart of the RTR community: The Member Forum
A small two person delegation from the belgian simracing community limracing.be paid us a visit yesterday