Before I mention anything else, The class of cars I think is missing the most, and is the next natural evolution of what should be stuffed into S3, is the 'supercar' class. McLaren F1, Ferarri Enzo, Bugatti Veyron, Koenigsegg, Porsche Carerra GT. I'm dying to find out how crappy a 2 ton car tuned for super mega high top speeds would handle on Aston Cadet.
Secondly, I do find historical F1 car to be appealing. Anything from the 80's especially. 1300hp in qualifying anyone?
Racing trucks? Sweet cheesus. No thanks. If something like an SUV or pickup truck is put in, I hope it's only for educational value (a lot of people have very very very distorted views on just how far this 'car handling' of them goes).
Hmm.. some shitty muscle car with solid rear axle american style would be funny actually. I wonder if the physics engine can simulate flexing chassis? That'd be awesome. Teach people a bit about shitty chassis design.
Lastly I can say, that in general, the Group C type circuit race cars, the Group B rally cars, and the legendary Turbo F1 cars are pretty much among the most wanted in a very large group of racing enthusiast circles. Sooner or later, it'd be very fun to get one's hands on that sort of thing.
Its big, its heavy, it goes like stink and i just have a feeling it would make aggressive races better. Cars like the BF1 are good but are too delicate to get into a good scrap as one hit and youve lost it a lot of the time.
That makes sense. What about a NASCAR vehicle then? Oval racing is pretty popular on LFS, maybe it's time they added something like that to please that crowd? I hear those cars are good at 'wrestling'. lol
shifter karts please! I Road race these things on car tracks and it is great fun because the draft is so important, you get the chance to work in groups, and the corners are very fast since the track is so wide.
Another cool car would be one of the incredibly fast can am race cars from the 70s or 80s, not exactly sure but im thinking of the ones that created a vacuum underneath the car with suction. The cars died out because they were too deadly but in a virtual world theres no worries there!
Rally! 4WD, 400hp, dirt. I believe LFS may not be able to support point-to-point rally stages as such, but why not some special stage type dirt courses, or large dirt courses through trees or whatever? A souped-up RB4 and a couple of other 4WDs to compete with it would be very cool :up:
If Scavier wanted to release a separate title called LFS: World Rally - a dedicated rally sim with point-to-point stages - I wouldn't object ... hmm, it's a nice dream anyway
Bikes? No. How would you simulate racing a bike for someone who's most likely sitting down behind a steering wheel?
Trucks/utes? Maybe. Limited appeal. Could be fun though!
Prototypes? Hell yes. Le Mans style cars would be insanely good - BMW has one and LFS has a new relationship with BMW ...
Retro-style muscle cars? Hell yes, why not. They did fictional muscle cars for Interstate '76...which brings me to my next point: arm us to the teeth! Wrecker Patrol SWAT Team!