Experience the adrenalin rush of an ADAC GT Masters race driver
Enter the ‘League of Super Sports Cars’ and experience the thrill of GT3 class racing with ADAC GT Masters Experience 2014. As an officially partner of the ADAC GT Masters race series our developers are always close to the action.
“Playing the 2014 ADAC GT Masters Experience, fans can not only be at the track but can even ‘sit’ in the car and experience the ADAC GT Masters unique racing atmosphere for themselves.”
Lars Soutschka, ADAC Director Motorsport and Classic
Start your ADAC GT Masters motorsport career now!
Responsible for the development of ADAC GT Masters Experience on behalf of ADAC e.V. are Sector 3 Studios AB and RaceRoom Entertainment AG. Trademark licensed by ADAC e.V. – all rights reserved.
ADAC GT Masters Experience brings you all 8 tracks and 19 team cars from the 2014 Championship season, including the Audi R8 LMS ultra, BMW Z4 GT3, Chevrolet Camaro GT, Corvette Z06.R GT3, McLaren MP4-12C GT3, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3.
Sixteen races stand between you and becoming an ADAC GT Masters Champion.
ADAC GT Masters is a Pro-Am series, each event consists of two races where players must switch virtual drivers during a pit stop. When computer controlled cars swap drivers, the AI driver skillset will be changed to provide a new degree of opponent difficulty. You’ll need to drive twice as hard on your way to the 2014 Championship title.
Championship – Be the ADAC GT Masters Champion
Earn the title of champion for yourself, your team, and your manufacturer as you race up to 18 computer controlled opponents who will adapt to your skill level after each race of the season to create a unique and exciting championship experience every time you play the game.
Practice – Just you and the track
Select a race track and the open tarmac is yours alone. Fire up your favorite ADAC car and master every corner raced in the 2014 ADAC GT Masters Championship.
Single Race – The pursuit of perfection
Challenge yourself in a race against up to 23 of the computer’s evolving opponents around any of the 8 tracks of the 2014 ADAC GT Masters Championship season.
Online Multiplayer – Battle the ADAC GT Masters community
Challenge friends and rivals, or even a real-life ADAC GT Masters driver in grids of up to 24 players in online multiplayer races.
Online Competitions – Capture Glory
Battle your way to the top of the leaderboards and see where you stand amongst the world’s greatest by joining official hotlap competitions from ADAC.
Online Leaderboard Challenge
Compare your best lap times against all the other online players. Monitor your progress in real time using the in-game leaderboard bar.
Pit Stops – Plan your strategy
Rotate tyres, swap drivers, and serve any penalties you incur during pit stops in Single Race, Championship, and Multiplayer game modes, or race non-stop by disabling the mandatory pit stops in your game settings.
Weight Penalties – Courage under pressure
Any car in a Championship race may be forced to carry additional weight. The use of performance weights is specified by the ADAC GT Masters Sporting Regulations according to the previous race results. Be prepared to step up your gameplay should you have a pile of ballast blocks at your feet.
Audio Realism – A motorsports symphony
Few sounds are as moving as those of a finely tuned race engine at full throttle while tearing across the blacktop. Experience the pure and exhilarating auditory pleasures of motorsport as they have been recreated for your ADAC GT Masters experience by one of the most talented sound engineers in the industry. Turn up the throttle.
Adaptive Racing Intelligence – ARI
Want to fine tune your experience? Test your reflexes against Intelligent and determined computer driven opponents. Adaptive AI will adjust difficulty based on your performance after each race.
New to racing games? Novice Mode is for you. Automatic brake assistance and brake markers on each corner make learning a track layout easy and provide the perfect conditions to adopt proper driving technique. Novice Mode is well suited for racing with a keyboard.
Up for a challenge? Amateur Mode offers ABS and traction control as useful driving aids to keep the car on the blacktop in difficult situations, but other assists are now disabled. Amateur Mode works well with keyboards and gamepads.
Think you can compete? Get Real Mode offers real race simulation and a challenge suited for even the most experienced drivers. No driving assists are available and tire wear and damage become major factors while racing. Get Real mode is best suited for wheels and gamepads.
Audi R8 LMS ultra
The Audi R8 LMS ultra is the successor to the Audi R8 LMS first introduced in 2012. With 16 wins since 2009, the R8 is the most successful sports cars in the ADAC GT Masters.
BMW Z4 GT3
This compact BMW convertible is the smallest and one of the lightest sports cars in the ADAC GT Masters.
Chevrolet Camaro GT
This American vehicle with its huge capacity engine was developed by the experienced team at Reiter Engineering and has a number of modifications for 2014.
Corvette Z06.R GT3
The Corvette Z06.R GT3 developed by Callaway Competition has raced in the ADAC GT Masters line-up since the series began and has been given improvements for each season by the Heilbronn based team.
McLaren MP4-12C GT3
The McLaren MP4-12C GT3 was created by the successful Formula 1 team and is the only current GT3 sports car to have a carbon fibre monocoque. Apart from Nissan, McLaren is the only manufacturer to utilise turbo technology for the 12C GT3’s V8 engine.
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3
The Mercedes-Benz SLS GT3 was built for the track and conquers short and long distance races with ease. This striking and athletic car is a favorite among fans of ADAC GT Masters.
Prosperia C. Abt Racing (Audi R8 LMS ultra)
kfzteile24 APR Motorsport (Audi R8 LMS ultra)
YACO Racing (Audi R8 LMS ultra)
PIXUM Team Schubert (BMW Z4 GT3)
Reiter Engineering (Chevrolet Camaro GT)
Callaway Competition (Corvette Z06.R GT3)
RWT RacingTeam (Corvette Z06.R GT3)
MRS GT-Racing (McLaren MP4-12C GT3)
BKK Mobil Oil Racing Team Zakspeed (Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3)
H.T.P. Motorsport (Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3)
ROWE Racing (Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3)
etropolis Motorsport Arena Oschersleben
Oschersleben is tricky and selective track without much in elevation changes, but high on drama. The first corner is a left angle twisting directly into a long 180 degree turn, a certain recipe for close calls and traded paint. The tight chicane needs to be attacked aggressively.
Zandvoort is an old school race track located in the Netherlands, directly in the dunes near the coast line. The 4.3 km long track offers fast and sweeping corners as well as tight hairpins that provide excellent overtaking opportunities. It’s a real challenge and the drivers love it.
Flat and with high levels of grip, the Lausitzring dares you to go too fast too soon. But to set a good lap, you need to be smooth and avoid errors in the infield section. Go easy on the high curbs in the first hairpin or your lap will suffer.
Red Bull Ring Spielberg
A modern update on the legendary Österreichring, Red Bull Ring reviving the well-known corners and adding a few new twists to the set of challenges a complete laps offers. Tight corners and heavy braking means good overtaking opportunities.
Slovakia Ring is a 5.922 km circuit located in southwestern Slovakia. Completed in 2009, the longest track version contains six left-handed and five right-handed corners, a chicane and seven straights for overtaking action. In total six different track variants with lengths from 2.63 to 5.92 km are possible.
A first class racing track, located right next to the famous Nordschleife but offering a very different challenge. A hairpin first corner gets you started and then the challenges never stop until you hit the back straight. A good track for multiple overtaking chances during a lap.
Racing at Sachsenring began in 1927 on a long street based course. When modern race cars made roaring through the village too dangerous, a dedicated circuit was established. Today’s Sachsenring is a 3.671 km long and features many exciting elevation changes over its 14 turns.
Redesigned in 2001, the new Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg demands precision driving, especially through the corner combinations in the Motodrom stadium complex.
OS: Microsoft Windows Vista / 7
Processor: Dual core at 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor or AMD equivalent
Memory: 2 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 1.5 Video Card or AMD equivalent
Hard Drive: 18 GB HD space
Sound: DirectX compatible
Other Requirements: Broadband Internet connection
Processor: Quad-core AMD or Intel @ 2.4 GHz
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 760 2.0 GB Video Card or AMD equivalent