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What's new at GP4 Central?
2012 Mod released
Have an early Christmas present from GP4 Central - the 2012 mod is released today!
Updates from the last beta release include Soulbringer's new McLaren MP4-27, some late-season helmets by pmgl71 and an updated performance file. A new menu screenshot has also been created by Isaint.
Head over to the Mods section to get the 2012 Mod by GP4 Central - Merry Christmas and Happy Driving!
New McLaren MP4-27
Soulbringer has released his awesome 2012 McLaren and it's available from GP4 Central in the Cars section.
New Magic Data and CC Line for Monaco
I've posted a new Magic Data file and CC Line for Monaco 2012 in the new Tracks section.
The 2012 Mod by GP4 Central - Beta 2
An update to the 2012 Mod has been posted. Find the "Beta 2 " release in the Mods section. It includes several fixes and improvements.
The 2012 Mod by GP4 Central
The first ever mod by GP4 Central is here! The Beta 1 release is available in the Mods section.
Please post your feedback over at grandprixgames.org.
Thank you to all those who continue to support this great game! Happy racing!
New Toro Rosso STR7
GeZeRe has updated his STR7 with new hi-res textures. It looks excellent. A highly recommended upgrade. Find it in the Cars section.
Well it's been a while again since the last update but I've not been neglecting GP4, far from it. I''ve been working on a few new developments for Central:
1) Continuing with my research into Magic Data.
2) Development of a whole new 2012 Mod. A lot of effort is being spent on this and I really hope this will be one of the best GP4 mods released. There's a long way to go yet, but there will be an alpha / beta test program for you to sign up to shortly. Keep a watch out on grandprixgames.org.
3) All of this has led to a lot of knowledge gained on our favourite game and I'll be recording some of this in a series of articles that will finally bring the GP4 Central Library up to date.
It's that time again!
Autumn is an exciting time for F1 gaming fans. Codemasters' annual release of their F1 game is generally well received with race sim fans, but its release is not only significant for those who must have the latest (and in this website's view, not necessarily greatest) game who will benefit.
That's because the GP4 community is once again hard at work converting the codies car models to GP4. I've said it before on this site; the Codemasters car models are superb. Fantastically detailed shapes and excellent textures. We are lucky to be able to draw on this quality for our own game.
Leading the way is the GP4 Forever team who have already got working models of most of the cars into the game. Head over to check out the exciting latest developments on their progress.