GTPlanet Project CARS 2 Photo Mode Competition 12 Now Open

Project CARS 2 8 March 14, 2018 by

We’re back to break the mid-March blues with the newest Project CARS 2 Photo Mode Competition.

After the recent release of a gaggle of new Porsche content, we hope you’re ready to get on the track and snap your best shots.

PMC 11 Poll Now Open

Last time around, our community had to work with the theme of “Wear”. With LiveTrack 3.0 offering various weather options, Project CARS 2 is one of the best offerings on the market to show the visual barrage cars withstand during racing.

The entries are in, and now’s your chance to vote for the winner. Have at it!

Vote for the GTPlanet PCARS2 PMC 11 right here!

This Week’s Theme

We’re travelling back in time for this week’s competition. “How We Saw It”, coming to us once again from FlyPT (the PCARS2 photographer behind the image above), aims to recreate the past. We’ll let him explain:

“Pick a classic car form the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s or ’80s at any track and using the filters, take a shot of a race, simulating an old photo or TV shot.
Maybe with lack of focus, over exposed, blurry, grainy … It’s your choice, but it should look real.”

CARS: Any 1950–1989 vehicle(s)

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.


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