Turn 10 has announced its final batch of cars for Forza Motorsport 5.
Although 3 Formula One cars (both past and present) are included in the game, regular fans may be more interested in the cars that haven’t made the final list, rather than the new additions.
The Xbox One Tour hit London last week, and I was lucky enough to get hold of a ticket for the Shoreditch event.
Microsoft’s Brandon Powell shows off new Xbox One compatible racing wheels and accessories, but also announces that Xbox 360 wheels will not be compatible with Xbox One.
After months of indecision and stalling, it’s finally time to start the ball rolling with my Sunday Racers blog.
Sunday Racers will bring you news regarding upcoming console racing games, such as Forza 5 and Gran Turismo 6. I will also post news regarding the upcoming Xbox One and PS4 consoles.
Sunday Racers blog will also be a source of information regarding my Sunday Racers racing events, which are currently being run using Forza 4.
If all of that isn’t enough, I will post photos and race reports from real world motorsport events that I attend, such as British GT and World Endurance Championship races.
I also hope to be able to post original articles produced by friends who may be racing game fans, motorsport fans, or both!
I want to make Sunday Racers blog something worth reading for both racing game and real motorsport fans alike.
John Patterson, Sunday Racers.