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BMW M5 F10
By A. Showmebest
Updated by Ivan Žilic 19th June 2017
Shaders, materials, lights, windows, brake lights, digital instruments, license plates enabled , aftermarket skins.
Updated physics updated by Velo June 2017 + 5 new skins, flames updated and license plates by Velo February 2018.
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BMW 2002 Turbo (Race version)
Updated by Peter Utecht (Pitone) & Velo
Graphics and visuals by Peter Utecht
Skins by Velo
A conversion from Forza 4 Motorsport
Headlight transparency and rim blur error fixed.
The BMW V12 LMR was a Le Mans Prototype built for sports car racing from 1999 to 2000 by BMW. The car was built through an alliance between BMW Motorsport and Williams F1, and was the successor to the failed BMW V12 LM of 1998. It is famous for being BMW's only overall victor of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Immediately following the 1998 24 Hours of Le Mans in which both BMW V12 LMs had failed to finish due to mechanical difficulties and a slow pace caused by aerodynamic inefficiencies, BMW Motorsport made the decision to radically revamp their sportscar project and quickly replace the V12 LM with a new car for 1999, the V12 LMR.
The V12 LMR would retain only the basic structures of the V12 LM, while all of the car's bodywork was redone from scratch. The cooling ducts, a major problem on the V12 LM, were moved to the top of the car instead of from the bottom where it had suffered from ambient track heat. Among the more radical design features was the use of a small rollhoop located only behind the driver's seat, instead of a wide rollhoop which covered the entire cockpit. This was done through using a loophole in the ACO's Le Mans prototype regulations. This allowed for less drag as well as less obstruction for the air to the rear wing. A total of four new chassis were built by WilliamsF1 in the United Kingdom.
Internally, the V12 LMR retained the same BMW S70 6.1L V12 as the V12 LM. Also retained was Schnitzer Motorsport, who would run the team not only at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but also in the new American Le Mans Series for 1999.
I have recreated as best possible to the original a set of skins for each of the four chassis that were made. The skins are listed on the left of the text area.
There are also three post race era skins.
This is a beta version and will be subject to updates if they are needed.
Probable improvements will include disc glow and new sound.
DOWNLOAD: 56.0 MB.