Formula Gulf signs up 1,000,000 new drivers

by Martin on July 15, 2015

…well, in the virtual world anyway! Project Cars has been on the global market now for a few weeks and its already sold over 1m copies.

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Formula Gulf and its drivers names from the 2013/14 season are featured in game as one of the main featured levels. Mini regional online championships are popping up globally and the feedback on forums for Formula Gulf cars is already fantastic…

“Right now I’m trying to beat a PB at the Nordschelife in the Formula Gulf” – Germany

“Get the flow going in the right direction and the little car will turn some incredible laps” – USA

“Drop front wing to 12 and rear to 9. Put your gear set to a 4.79. I’m getting 138 mph on the long straight at Dubai.” – UK

Take a look at - http://www.dutube.tv/ar/3631716489073201253

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Back in the non virtual world series organiser GulfSport Racing intends to use the simulator to train its new crop of drivers for the 2015/16 season.

GulfSport’s Martin Hope said – “Its presents a great opportunity to start and learn to left foot brake, change gear using the sequential gearbox and of course learn the different configurations of the Dubai Autodrome.”

“The sim has been in development for some time and very careful attention was paid to replicate the driving dynamics and characteristics of the cars, producing some amazing results.”

GulfSport’s partner Racetek Simulators will be on hand at the race events this season with a simulator so that drivers can use it to practice these skills while not on track.

Also featured in game are some of the Formula Gulf partners with full livery on cars, such as Gulf Oil and Rotana Hotels.

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