So the scores on the board are... @Drex124 2:15.466 @Vic Reign93 2:15.720 On to this weeks TRIO of cars courtesy of today’s update so let’s try and keep this short and sweet. Starting with the road car of this weeks line up, it is... The 2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1 Pace Car!!! Just not that one.^ Quite possibly the C7’s swan song, the ZR1 is packing more firepower than a road going Vette has ever packed, how much you may ask? Try 755hp for starters. That’s over 100hp more than the Z06 Vette thanks to a revised 6.2 LT5 V8 and a much bigger 2.6 litre Eaton Supercharger bolted to it. Cooling was a issue on the Z06 because of many factors, but with the ZR1 they made damn sure it wouldn’t be one again as it’s packing 13 heat exchangers amongst other cooling ideas, that’s 3 more exchangers than what a Veryon has. Along with revised suspension, tyres and brakes, comes the aero package which while effective, also outlaws it from being sold in Europe. Something to do with pedestrian safety and all that. So where will we be setting the pace(pun oh so intended.) with the ZR1? Road Atlanta Full Circuit. Now on to the oldest of the cars here, but by no means is it slow. It is... The 1969 Ford Brawner Hawk 3!!! Returning from FM6 and dressed up in the black & gold anniversary design Forza seems to like very much, the Hawk 3 was the car won the 1969 Indy 500 by 2 full laps in the hands of Mario Andretti. Mario was originally meant to run a Lotus 64 which had a rather radical for the time 4wd system and powered by a turbo Ford V8. In true classic Lotus fashion it was rapid, but also fragile as Mario found out the hard way when a rear hub failed and he stacked it backwards into the wall and suffered only minor burns. That spelt the end for Lotus in Indycar, but waiting in the wings was the Brawner Hawk ready to pick up the torch for Mario’s Indy attempt. Powered by a 2.6 litre turbocharged Ford V8 making 680hp(with the turbo on clear display at the back.) and sending it to rear tyres via a 3 speed manual gearbox. Weighing in at 1400lbs and packing a triple rear wing set up, Mario took his first and only Indy 500 win while dealing with cooling issues and a gearbox issue on the way there. So to pay tribute to that win I’m flipping the script on the new rival events, The Hawk will be going to Indy Brickyard Speedway and the modern Indycars will be going to Sonoma Raceway Grand Prix Layout. And finally... The 2019 Honda & Chevrolet Indycars!!! At long last, the latest Indycars are here. While still packing a 2.2 litre twin turbo V6, the new cars make 690hp to the old cars 680, but that’s reigned in with a homologation plate for its division. But the biggest change is to the body and aero, so much smoother looking, plus the Indy aero kit also returns from FM5 which includes the absolute bare minimum of a rear wing. So remember to check your car is bone stock and then send it around the previously mentioned Sonoma layout. Plenty for you guys to tuck into this week, best of luck everyone.