Nacon will publish WRC9, the official game of the 2020 FIA World Rally Championship, scheduled to be released in September.
After a disappointing defence of their title so far this year, Dane Cameron and Whelen Engineering got their title defence back on track with victory at Mosport, helped by championship leader Jordan Taylor clashing with Tommy Milner’s GTLM Corvette.
After their worst result of the season at Watkins Glen, the Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac bounced back with Ricky Taylor grabbing pole for tomorrow’s race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. In GTLM Dirk Werner secured Porsche’s first pole since 2016 Daytona 24 Hours and Sage Karam grabbed Lexus’s first Weathertech Pole.
WRC 6: FIA World Rally Championship is set for release on 7 October 2016. The game will feature a Toyota Yaris WRC test car DLC.
Ginetta have entered the world of international Esports racing in collaboration with Project Cars.
To celebrate the recent release of GRID Autosport, Motorbase Performance and game designers, Codemasters, have teamed up to bring the Ford Focus St to the new title, and the BTCC squad have joined forces with The Checkered Flag to offer racing fans the chance to win a copy of the new game, plus a free signed Motorbase cap.
Chris Cumming kept up RSR Racing’s form in qualifying, giving the team a third straight Prototype Challenge pole position as the PC class of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship prepares…
Joao Barbosa pulled off a daring overtake to snatch victory of the Sahlens Six Hours of the Glen with just 10 minute remaining. The Cadillac went around the outside of the JDC Miller Motorsports car at turn one to come out on top. BMW also secured their first GTLM victory of the season.
The Japanese manufacturer topped the Road America timesheets in Prototype, while Ford Chip Ganassi Racing led the way in GTLM.