Fangio and Maserati. Clark and Lotus. Senna and McLaren. Certain pairings of names are famous in Formula One, with one modern duo standing out: Schumacher and Ferrari. And come next week, we’ll see them together again.
Earlier this month a bombshell reveal showed off the Red Bull RB13 coming to The Crew 2. The idea of a fully-licensed F1 car parading around an open-world racer is unprecedented. As we close in on the game’s June 29 release date, racers won’t have to wait to take it and many other vehicles for a spin.
It’s no secret Ferrari has threatened to leave Formula 1 on many occasions throughout its career. In fact, the threat is often viewed as the Maranello-based brand’s trump card. This time it appears the threat is anything but hollow according to Sergio Marchionne.
It appears Formula One also wants a slice of the esports pie and has announced a new series of its own. Partnered with Codemasters and UK-based esports company Gfinity, the inaugural season kicks off next month.