Welcome back to another hands on demonstration with RaceRoom Racing Experience. Today I’ll be taking a look at two new pieces of content that recently release on the platform, namely the Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 and the Circuit de Nogaro. I’m back on the Traxion rig and ready to dive in and give them both a go.
First up, I’ll take the silent drifter to Sonoma Raceway for some hot laps and some drifting practice. The Mach-E 1400 has, well, 1400 HP with the fully-electric engine. It’s fairly heavy in weight, scaled at 2600 KG with the driver. At least this car doesn’t have petrol so I won’t have an exact repeat of my last RaceRoom outing. The “fuel” gauge does depend on recharging itself throughout a lap, so I suppose it’s still possible to run it out.
After that, I need to bring the noise back. I’ll take the AMG-Mercedes C-Klasse DTM 1995 to the new Nogaro course for a few laps around. The car is a V6 RWD with 492 BHP, so it should be pretty fun to slide around on this track. Circuit de Nogaro itself has three layouts including the Grand Prix, Club, and Caupenne circuits. The main one, the 15-corner Grand Prix circuit, is 3.636-kilometers or 2.259-miles in length and is located in France.
Both new pieces of content are pretty fun, but watch to see what my exact thoughts are and how I’m able to wheel around with the Mach-E and navigate the Nogaro course. Of course, be sure to like and subscribe, you can even hit that little Traxion popup box in the bottom corner of your video screen!