[F-Vintage] Lotus 49C

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The Lotus 49 was a Formula One racing car designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe for the 1967 F1 season. It was designed around the Cosworth DFV engine that would power most of the Formula One grid through the 1970s. It used its drivetrain as a stressed member, being not the first F1 car to do so but the first to apply the technique so well that everyone copied it. Jim Clark won on the car's debut in 1967, and it would also provide him with the last win of his career in 1968. Graham Hill went on to win that year's title and the car continued winning races until 1970.

The 49 was intended to be replaced by the Lotus 63 midway through 1969, but when that car proved to be a failure, an improved version of the 49, the 49C, was pressed into service until a suitable car could be built. The 49 took 12 wins, contributed to 2 driver and constructors' world championships, before it was replaced by the Lotus 72 during 1970. The final appearances of the 49C were in 1971, with Wilson Fittipaldi finishing ninth in the 1971 Argentine Grand Prix, and Tony Trimmer finishing sixth in the Spring Cup at Oulton Park.

  • Model and textures: pcars
  • Physics, sounds, driver, tyres, helmet : Reiza Studios
  • Conversion, Ingaming : Alain Fry, Marneus
  • Graham Hill & Emerson Fittipaldi skins : Niall Geoghegan
  • Renders : JA Helmet
  • Screenshoots : Nello Pastorino
  • Beta testing : Marneus

First version (no changelog yet).