The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) has announced it will again hold the FIA Motorsport Games in 2020. It follows on from a successful 2019 event which saw Russia take the title in the Olympics-style motorsport event.
Champions of motorsport from across the world will gather tonight at The Louvre in Paris in a celebration of the sport in all its forms. The Federation International de l’Automobile (FIA) will honor everyone who has won an FIA-certified event in any discipline, in its annual Prize-Giving ceremony.
GT Sport World Tour regular Cody Latkovski has won the first ever Digital Cup at the FIA Motorsport games. Latkovski, representing Team Australia, took the win after a hard-fought race at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in which the lead seemed to change on almost a corner-by-corner basis.
The virtual world of motorsport is rapidly gaining a sense of parity with the physical world. Gamers become racing drivers — or just beat them in real cars — while racing drivers increasingly gravitate towards racing games, and beat the gamers too.