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Please note that most of the car models featured on this site do not belong to me and are all copyrighted works that are used with permission from the authors.
As such I am not able to grant any requests to give out these models.

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Assetto Corsa - Lotus 49
  15th June '14
 

The legendary Lotus 49 was designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Phillipe who built it around the Cosworth DSV engine and enabling the car to become the first successful Formula One car to feature the engine as a stressed member.

(10 renders of the Lotus 49 Italia - at 1920x1200)
 

Assetto Corsa - Ferrari 458 Italia
  18th May '14
 

The Ferrari 458 Italia is a mid-engined sports car that replaced the Ferrari F430. The 458 Italia was officially unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show on 15 September 2009.
Sporting a 4.5l V8 engine with a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox, the 458 produced 562BHP at it's maximum 9,000rpm.

(8 renders of the Ferrari 458 Italia - at 1920x1200)
 

Assetto Corsa - Ferrari 312T
  2nd May '14
 

1976 saw Ferrari produce the 312T to be driven by Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni.
The season saw the infamous duel betwen Lauda and British playboy James Hunt and also inspired the movie RUSH in 2013.
1976 was also the year that saw Niki Lauda have his life threatening crash at the notorious Nordschliefe.

(6 renders of the Ferrari 312T - at 1920x1200)
 

Assetto Corsa - Pagani Huayra
  28th March '14
 

Horacio Pagani had a dream to build a supercar.  After designing and building his own F3 car by the time he was 20, he went on to do just that with the Zonda F (which took 7 years to complete) and brutal Zonda R.

Then came the mighty 730BHP Huayra which slots easily into the 'hypercar' genre. The Huayra has active aerodynamics in the shape of 4 aero flaps (2 front, 2 rear) and the ability to adjust front ride height.



(11 renders of the Pagani Huayra - at 1920x1200)
 

Assetto Corsa - McLaren MP4-12C GT3
  2nd March '14
 

It was back in December 2010 that Mclaren said they would start building GT3 versions of their MP4-12C for competition.
It was to be the first McLaren in GT racing since the F1 GTR.

This GT3 variant of the road-going MP4-12C has a 6-speed gearbox and a steering wheel taken straight from the MP4-24 Formula 1 car.


(9 renders of the McLaren MP4-12C GT3 - at 1920x1200)
 

Assetto Corsa - Fiat 500 Abarth
  22nd Feb. '14
 

After the brutal Ferrari F40, we have another Italian icon at the other end of the scale in the Fiat 500 Abarth.

Fiat first introduced the Fiat 500 in 1957 with a production run that ran to 1975 selling almost 4 million during that period.
In 2007, 50 years later, Fiat brought their small city car bang up to date and the Fiat 500 was born again.


(7 renders of the Fiat 500 Abarth - at 1920x1200)
 

Assetto Corsa - Ferrari F40
  14th Feb. '14
 

Thanks to Kunos Simulazioni, RacingRenders will be producing renders of cars from their new racing simulator, Assetto Corsa.

First off the production line had to be the Ferrari F40.
The F40 was the last Ferrari to be personally approved by Enzo Ferrari himself.
Built from 1987 to 1992 this beast of a supercar boasted a 3 litre twin-turbo V8 engine putting out 471BHP (although speculations were that Ferrari were conservative with their figures).


(6 renders of the Ferrari F40- at 1920x1200.  1 render  at 5760x1200 for triple screens)
 

Maures - T5 Series
  23rd Mar. '13
 

This is the first rendered car from a mod for rFactor 2.
The car here is the Maures from the T5-Series mod.
The mod has already been released with the Aura and Bayro cars and the Maures will complete the set and be released very soon.

(6 HD renders of the Maures at 1920x1200)
 

Ayrton Senna-on-track tutorial available.
  22nd Apr. '12
 

Senna tribute render is RacingRenders' latest tutorial

If I was going to do an on-track tutorial it had to be with Senna.
I was undecided if the 94 Williams was the right way to go but in the end I decided it would also serve as a fitting tribute.
This latest tutorial, available at the RacingRenders shop, covers 4hr 20mins in 6 seperate lessons. 
We start with getting the car from the mod into the 3D package (Lightwave in my case), then building a section of track from scratch and finally setting up the car and driver so that both have moveable parts in order to make the shot.
Once the render is complete we move into Photoshop (other graphics packages can be used), to so some post-processing to give the final result.
Final render can be seen in full by clicking the thumbnail image.


Tutorial length: 4hrs 20mins
No. of lessons: 6
Resolution: 1280x720

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Clay Renders tutorial at the shop.
  12th Apr. '12
 

Clay Renders tutorial now available at RacingRenders shop!

Clay renders are popular too and are great for showing up the details (or flaws) in your model.   This is a short tutorial showing how to achieve the effect with ambient occlusion.


Tutorial is 27mins and in 1280x720 resolution.

The link to the shop is at the bottom of the column on the left, or you can click here.
 

RacingRenders goes live on Facebook
  8th Apr. '12
 

Better late than never I suppose.  RacingRenders has now opened it's own Facebook page where you can not only keep up with news etc., but now you can comment, request, suggest, chat or whatever goes on in Facebook.
I've been meaning to do this for a while now but I wasn't sure the best way to go about it.   I think it's come out ok and now that the shop is open too, its a perfect time.

You can visit us by clicking the Facebook icon on the left.
Or just visit http://facebook.com/racingrenders

Happy Easter to all visitors and fans.       F1Racer.
 

Megane tutorial at RacingRenders shop.
  6th Apr. '12
 

Megane Eurocup render tutorial now available at RacingRenders shop!

Following on from our F1 Force India rendering tutorial, we now have a new one with the 2010 Renault Megane Eurocup.

Here we again go from rFactor game model to final render and create our own simple studio to render it in.   As well as delving into a little extra detail, we also do some basic asset modelling and add a corporate logo to the subtle reflective floor.

Tutorial is 4 parts totalling 2hr58mins and in 1280x720 resolution.

The link to the shop is at the bottom of the column on the left, or you can click here.
 

RacingRenders shop now OPEN !
  15th Mar. '12
 

RacingRenders has now opened a shop!
Now you can find out how it's done!  In the shop you can purchase tutorials explaining in detail how I go from the game model to the final render. 
There is one tutorial online at the moment which explains the process of getting the car model from rFactor to final render.  Here we use the 2009 Force India F1 car from FSOne. Around 1hr40mins of learning at a bargain price. More tutorials will appear in time.

Take note that my 3D package of choice is Lightwave, not 3D Max.  But if you know how to do the equivalent of what I do in Lightwave in 3DMax then you should be fine to follow along.

Also, rendering services will soon be available where you can buy the services of RacingRenders.com to make a pack of custom renders for you from a model you provide.
There will also be an option to request a car to be modelled and have it rendered too.

(The next tutorials planned are an on-track render of Ayrton Senna in the '94 Williams and a tin-top car studio render.)

The link to the shop is at the bottom of the column on the left, or you can click here.
 

Red Bull Racing RB6
  6th Mar. '12
 

2010 was Red Bulls best season ever. The Adrian Newey designed RB6 took 15 pole positions in the 19-race season in the hands of Sebastian Vettel (10) and Mark Webber (5).
This translated into 9 wins between the 2 drivers and a last minute first world championship for Sebastian Vettel.

(7 HD renders of the RB6 at 1920x1200)
 

1994 Mild Seven Benetton B194 (F1-S-R)
  1st Jan. '12
 

With a Happy new Year to all visitors, we have the controversial title-winning Mild Seven Benetton B194 as driven by Michael Schumacher.  Schumachers team mate was Jos Verstappen but during the season Johnny Herbert replaced Verstappen for a few races while JJ Lehto replaced Schumacher for 2 races while he served a 2 race ban.

(4 HD renders of the B194 at 1920x1200)
 

1994 Scuderia Ferrari 412T1 (F1-S-R)
  4th Sept. '11
 

This time from the F1-S-R 1994 F1 mod for rFactor comes the Scuderia Ferrari 412T1.

The Ferrari 412T1 was driven in the 1994 season by Gerhard Berger and Jean Alesi, with the exception of races 2 and 3 where Nicola Larini filled in for Alesi after a testing crash where Alesi injured his back.
 
(6 HD renders of the 412T1 at 1920x1200)
 

1994 MTV Simtek Ford (F1-S-R)
  15th August '11
 

From the F1-S-R 1994 F1 mod for rFactor comes the MTV Simtek Ford S941.
The car was driven by David Brabham and Roland Ratzenberger until Ratzenbergers fatal crash at Imola which saw Andrea Montermini, Jean-Marc Gounon and Dominico Schiattarella take turns in the no.2 car.
Ratzenbergers death, along with Senna's the following day, shook the motoring world to it's core and prompted many safety changes we still see the benefits from today.
 
(6 HD renders of the S941 at 1920x1200)
 

1994 Rothmans Williams Renault (F1-S-R)
  18th July '11
 

From the F1-S-R 1994 F1 mod for rFactor comes the Rothmans Williams Renault FW16.
The car was driven by Ayrton Senna and Damon Hill with David Coulthard taking over after Imola after Senna's fatal accident.

If you wish, you can still donate to the Instituto Ayrton Senna by clicking here.
 
(9 HD renders of the FW16 at 1920x1200)
 



 

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