GTPlanet Project CARS 2 Photo Mode Competition 08 Now Open

Project CARS 2 16 January 17, 2018 by

We’re back with another week of the Project CARS 2 Photo Mode Competition. Our community shares its best photos, and votes to determine the winner, who then picks the theme for the following week.

This week’s theme is a physics lesson of sorts. Before we get to that though, we’ve got that whole voting thing to take care of…

PMC 07 Poll Now Open

Last week’s theme was “GT3/GTE”, as selected by Week 05 winner Overdrive003. As you can probably guess, the subject matter was either one of the very well-stocked categories in Project CARS 2. The shots are in, and now we need you, the reader, to help select the best one.

Vote for the GTPlanet PCARS2 PMC 07 right here!

This Week’s Theme

As covered above, this week’s theme is all about physics. How can an image be about physics, you ask? We’ll let FlyPT, the man behind that epic Aventador shot up top, explain:

“So for the theme, I was thinking of ‘Suspension and Tires’. Let’s show dynamics at play. I want to see tires deforming and suspensions on load. For that you can use jumps, corners, curbs or slides. Let’s see the physics of PCARS2 at work.”

CARS: Any
LOCATIONS: Any
UNIQUE RESTRICTIONS: Show the dynamics of the car through the tires and suspension

How To Enter

Want to enter any of the GTPlanet Photo Mode Competitions? You’ll need to become a member of our forums first — you can sign up here.

Next, you’ll want to submit your image. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get your image ready for the submission. Once you’ve done that, post the FINAL ENTRY in this week’s associated forum thread. That’s it!

Competition Rules

For the full list of competition rules, click right here. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to send me a message.

Deadline

January 23, 2018

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