While IMRS, HORL, and SimHQ Motorsports are committed to the SCSR Carset, as SCSR grows, other leagues may or may not decide to use the carset. It is a management decision at the league level.
The SCSR Carset contains all the drivers who have licensed car numbers
, are Race Ready, and have submitted custom car files. As more drivers provide licensed custom car skin files, they will be added to the SCSR Carset.Subscribe / Install
To add the SCSR Carset, you simply need to subscribe
to the rFactor2 Steam WorkShop file. The next time you start Steam and rFactor2, it will add the SCSR Carset to your files inventory. It behaves just like subscribing via WorkShop to a track.Accessing Cars
Once WorkShop installs your SCSR Carset file, you can access the cars from your rFactor2 menu exactly like you are currently doing. Scroll down to "SCSR" and click it. The sub-name "StockCar" will appear and everyone who has a car(s) in the set will be listed in order by car number. Clicking on each link to a car shows which paint scheme is currently selected. After selecting your car, join the server and you're ready to go!Custom Car Skins
Each driver can have up to 3 car paint schemes per registered car number. If you want to add or replace a custom car scheme, add your file information to this thread. The second post in this thread explains the information you need to provide.File(s) Submission
NOTE: By posting your files in this thread
you are agreeing to them being added to the SCSR Carset, and the rFactor2 rfcmp file containing them being distributed in Steam Workshop available for open subscription. If at any time you would like to have your cars removed, please send a PM to one of the SCSR admins. We will offer to paint a generic car for you in a solid color with your approved car number attached. Thank you for your cooperation with the SCSR Carset!
Car files must be uploaded BEFORE the monthly deadline below.
If the deadline is missed, cars will be added to the next update.
Sunday, April 23rd, 11pm Eastern Time USA (EST)You can upload your files here.
Maintenance - Uninstall Old rfmod Files
It is strongly advised for all drivers to uninstall then
delete their old rfmod files.
As we are learning, they can cause a myriad of problems on just with the carset updates but also with accessing a server, referencing older track builds, and other problems.
Studio 397 knows of the problem and will probably address it when they can. In the interim, it is something drivers should maintain on their computers.
The step-by-step "how to" is here.