Digital Motorsports, the company behind the digitalisation of Moll’s Gap has released further images of how the finished product might look.
While Digital Motorsports has yet to confirm a release date – the previous April date has been pushed back because of pandemic related issues – it has confirmed that the computerised version of Ireland’s most-famous rally stage on the Assetto Corse platform – a racing simulator that is popular with professional racing drivers who want to learn various tracks.
Company co-founder Niall Maher has confirmed that the video is in its final test format and should be ready for release in the summer and before the (real) version of the sport resumes here.
“We are currently testing it for release [and] to assist with Irish Rally driver development and to celebrate the launch of Rallying this summer, to allow the fans to test their skills against the best drivers in the world,” he said on a Social Media post this week.
The digital adaption of the famous road has been made possible by Kildare-based Digital-Motorsports by gathering data from several sources including on-board videos of previous rallies, Ordnance Survey maps, Goggle Maps data, and GPS taken from rally cars and timing trackers.
Digital Motorsport previously released this exclusive vide to Kerry Motorsport News:
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