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Submitted by Thegamingblogger 2832d ago | news

Welcome to MMG 07 For rFactor

Ladies and gentlemen its time to rev your engines because MMG 07 for rFactor is being released over the weekend period.
This is your chance to drive cars from the 2007 Forumla 1 World Championship including the Mclaren Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton and the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen.
Race in offline and online play with your friends and enemies.
The brilliant graphics and the amazing feeling of the cars combined will have you hooked on this forever.
For the readers that do not know what MMG is its a add on for rFactor to offer the best possible form of Formula 1 racing with amazing graphics and physics to make the game feel as realistic as possible. (PC, rFactor)

Update here is a working link

Avto  +   2832d ago
So it's about time The EA F1 Challenge gets a mod every year while not completely accurate and very often based on pre-season winter test versions of the cars it's still out there but this one has better graphics

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