The penultimate race of the season had many stories waiting to be told. How would Felipe Massa perform in his final race in Brazil? How far up the field could Hamilton and Ricciardo get? Could Bottas hold off Vettel?
The midfield battle continues to rage on in Formula One, with teams vying for the best position in the Constructors’ Championship — millions of Euros are at stake. With 333 points to his name, Lewis Hamilton is this year’s World Champion but there’s still plenty left to play for in the 2017 season. Valtteri Bottas is only 15 points behind Sebastian Vettel in the Drivers’ Championship as they jostle for the runner-up spot.
Slightly Mad Studios has taken the wraps off another Community Event in Project CARS 2. This time — in true Halloween spirit — you’ll be facing your fears on the scary Lankebanen Rallycross circuit. Or, as it’s otherwise known, Hell.
With Lewis Hamilton only needing to finish 5th or higher in the race to clinch the championship, the stage was set for possibly the finale of this year’s title fight. This year’s battle has been one of the most exciting we’ve seen. Two different drivers of two different nationalities in two different teams. Head to head.
Similar to our coverage of the GT6 Seasonal Events and Forza Horizon Forzathons, we’ll also be covering the Community Events in Project CARS 2. The Community Events are built by developer Slightly Mad Studios with a specified car on a specified track. They consist of time trials or esports events. This week sees a pair of events that challenges players on two different scales.
The driver merry-go-round at the Toro Rosso team continues. Just a week after he drove his first full race, Pierre Gasly will make way for newcomer Brendon Hartley at the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. Oh and remember Daniil Kvyat? He’s back, too.
At a recent Gran Turismo Sport keynote address during Barcelona Games World in Spain, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi revealed his favorite GT titles. The list is not what you might expect — though the game at the top may not be a big surprise. He ranks the games from worst to best.
The Japanese Grand Prix, whether it’s at Fuji or Suzuka, always seems to throw up some drama. The stage was set for a terrific race today. The championship leader Lewis Hamilton started on pole for the first time in Suzuka, setting a new lap record yesterday in Qualifying. Beside him, Sebastian Vettel — ready to fight back and grab an all-important victory. Over thirty points adrift, the German needed a strong race to get back into the title fight.
After 19 years of racing, this is the last time we’ll come to Malaysia for a Grand Prix. We’ve seen some ups and downs, some great races and some controversy. After today’s qualifying session it’s shaping up to be an interesting last hurrah, a final F1 flourish in the sweltering Sepang heat.
Daniil Kvyat has to be one of the luckiest sub-par drivers in Formula One. The sport is notorious for its quick driver turn around. Perform well quickly or find yourself without a drive and looking for other categories to race in. But Kvyat is still here.
If there’s one thing that rings true about the sim racing rig market, it’s that it can become oversaturated. How does one stand out from the crowd? Next Level Racing is hoping its latest creation can do just that.
When we look at greatness and success in sport, we often make comparisons. In F1, this usually consists of comparing a currently successful driver to one of past success. Lewis Hamilton and Ayrton Senna are two that come to mind.
The excitement began before the lights even went out. The heavens opened and the rain came down right before the race began. We’ve been wondering about it for 10 years and it finally happened — the first ever wet Singapore Grand Prix.
Ian Bell of Slightly Mad Studios is back at it again in our forums, this time revealing some of the enhancements Sony’s beefed up PS4 Pro will provide for Project CARS 2. It makes for some exciting reading!
Codemasters’ hit game based on the 2017 F1 season has been out a few weeks. F1 2017 impressed us so much that we felt both newcomers and seasoned vets could benefit from a few tidbits on getting the most out of the game.
When it’s wet in Formula One we know that more often than not, surprises will rear their head. At Monza today, the wet conditions certainly added a layer of unpredictability to proceedings. Three hours and forty minutes of it.
The home of fries, bricks, chocolate and tennis players played host to arguably its greatest export — motor racing. As is the norm at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, the race threw up lots of action.