Soviet Union (Estonian Soviet Republic) Formula Easter car. Maybe it was the first car with a ground-effect in Eastern Europe. It was made in 1980 by Raul Sarap in TARK factory. The prototype car was a Lotus-81. It had 1300 Lada engine and 5-speed ZAZ gearbox.
It was champion car for 1987 (Toomas Napa), 1988-1990 (Viktor Kozankov) seasons in Cup of Peace and Friendship and 1983-1991 champion car in Soviet Formula-3 (Toomas Napa, Aleksander Potekhin, Viktor Kozankov, Toivo Asmer) and Soviet Formula Easter (Viktor Kozankov, Toomas Napa, Toivo Asmer, Mart Kongo, Aleksey Varavin, Raen Pilve) championships.
It was built 295 copies during the 1983-1991.
The mod was converted from Ville Sokk’s Estonia-21 for rFactor. It took a lot of 3D and 2D changes.
3D modelling Ville Sokk, Yuriy Zhabin
2D artists Ville Sokk, Yuriy Zhabin
Physics Dmitriy Alekseev, Yuriy Zhabin
Skins Ville Sokk, Yuriy Zhabin
Test drivers Alexey Yaushev, Alexey Cheshenok, Sergey Globa, German Fomin