Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato 1960-1963
(with kind permission of Francisco Bort)
UPDATED 17/01/2020 &18/01/2020
New Steering Wheel, Driver position improved, driver seat repositioned, chrome shaders changed, suspension updated, other shaders updated. + Gauge graphics updated, driver skins added, brakes upgraded and interior textures updated.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a very high poly model and may not be conducive for operation with large starting grids or multiple cars on track. DOWNLOAD:180 MB
ASTON MARTIN AMR1 1989 (version 1.7.2)
Updated by Velo (see Changelog)
Following Aston Martin's racing efforts as an engine supplier for Nimrod Racing and EMKA Racing in the early 1980s, it was decided that Aston Martin would create their own car for the World Sports Prototype Championship. Thus in late 1987 a partnership between Peter Livanos, Victor Gauntlett, Richard Williams and Ray Mallock - through his shareholding in Scottish racing firm Ecurie Ecosse would be formed, creating a new company known as Proteus Technology Ltd. (Protech). The team would develop and run the AMR1 project, competing for the first time during the 1989 season.
Richard Williams was named as the organisations managing director and team manager. Ray Mallock was engineering director, with him, Max Boxstrom would be the lead designer and Reeves Callaway, of Callaway Cars Incorporated, would build the engine. The chassis and bodywork designed by Boxstrom would be built by British firm Courtaulds. For the engine, Callaway would use 5.3L V8 units from the newly launched Aston Martin Virage, ending up with a 600 hp (450 kW) 6.0L engine known as the RDP87. With this combination, a total of five AMR1 chassis would be finished in early 1989.
1.0 by KJRacing81
1.1 by KJRacing81 and Lu Thua Kien
Official car release is 1.5
Update by Velo (version 1.7.2)
7.final drive (rework)
8.Added two additional lods.
c) ROD LENGTHS
11.New gear RTO files
Graphics and visuals
3.Added full race harness
4.Adjusted driver animation
5.Improved screws on rear lights
6.Improved shaders on fasteners on rear wing fixtures.
8.Added driver helmets, suits and gloves.
9.Changed wheel nut colors to red on left, blue on right as per usual racing car format.
Reviewed engine sound.
The sound though accurate as in it sounds like a Calloway LS v8,
the acoustics were very rough and needed more definition.
Added New sound sources by Nicki Thiim, 19Bozzy92. MattyB727 and Drivetribe.
Car tested by David H.Fiallo.
Aston Martin Zagato VLN
Updates include physics (aero.ini, ights.ini,colliders.ini, flames.ini,flame presets.ini, textures) and additional skins collected from varous sources including the famous 'zig' and 'zag' liveries. DOWNLOAD:40.2 MB