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2011 Seat Leon WTCC

2011 seat leon wtcc

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#1 SRW_Cossacco


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 03:35 PM































Top Speed: 167 MPH
0-60: 4.2 Seconds
Horsepower: 310 @ 6500 RPM
Torque: 303 @ 3750 RPM
Transmission: 6 Speed Semiautomatic
Drivetrain: FWD


Contesting the eighth season of the FIA World Touring Car Championship, SUNRED Engineering's #74 Leon was piloted by rookie driver Pepe Oriola. The 1.6T, driven by the young Spaniard for the final nine races of the season, replaced the 2.0 TDI with which he had begun the campaign as SEAT introduced new cars following a major update to the Super 2000 Regulations for 2011.


Oriola, whose tender years—he was just 16 when he lined up for the first WTCC race of the season in Brazil—made him the series' youngest ever driver, had earned his seat after finishing fourth in SEAT's feeder series, the SEAT Leon Eurocup, in 2010.


After recording a best placing of 10th in the outgoing turbo diesel, his performances improved at the wheel of the new car, finishing eighth in Germany and in his home race in Valencia. His reward at the end of his debut season was 18th place in the Drivers' Championship, while SEAT finished third in the Manufacturers' Championship, behind Chevrolet and BMW.


To race the 2011 SEAT SUNRED SR Leon 1.6T WTCC, buy it today on Simraceway.












#2 SRW_Cossacco


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 03:48 PM

2011 Seat Leon WTCC has just been updated (as of 5th of August, 2014) with the following:

1. Driver added

2. Launch Control revised (improved)



Please make sure to reset your Download Manager before attempting to access any events with it.



Enjoy  ;)


#3 capabomba



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Posted 12 August 2014 - 06:22 PM

Yes, I'll look at it


Any news on that? Today I tried to compete with BMWs and at each start I had to see the drivers behind me try to avoid me for how slow I was. Even without launch control but auto clutch, I was no match for them, even though things got a little bit better.

#4 devilbevin



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Posted 12 August 2014 - 09:26 PM

BMW has bad LC too. We weren't using it. Would probably require a physics change for the Leon not to be so slow off the line. I don't know if it's realistic but it sort of makes sense that it would be that way

#5 SRW_Cossacco


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Posted 13 August 2014 - 08:52 AM

Some of you are aware that we had a major failure soon after releasing the BMW. Both Leon and the BMW were updated and that has broke both. I've pushed recovery updates for both, but that resulted in losing previous changes, like the driver or improvement to LC. I didn't want to push another update for the LC back then, because the above already forced everybody to re-download both of these cars twice.


I guarantee that Launch Control will be improved prior to this weekend  :)


#6 SRW_Cossacco


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Posted 21 August 2014 - 03:27 PM

Launch Control improvement has been processed today. It might not be a final one, so I'm waiting for your feedback on that.


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