If you're as serious about computer driving simulators as you are about your Audi then take not of this. Rfactor may not be available on mainstream video game consoles but it's personal computer-based architecture makes for a fairly open platform open for gamers and modelers to create their own cars, liveries and tracks. If you can drive it, it likely exists in Rfactor. Even better, our favorite driving sim blog VirtualR.net has run a story confirming Team LMT has developed the full array of 2008, 2009 and 2010 DTM cars including Ollie Jarvis' new Tabac Original sponsored A4 above. Check out more after the jump.