F1’s Lando Norris to fill Supercars Eseries wildcard slot tonight
Formula One star Lando Norris will join round five of the Supercars All Stars Eseries tonight as a wildcard entrant, becoming the second Formula One driver to do so after Max Verstappen filled the slot for round two in April.
The 20-year-old McLaren F1 team driver will compete across three races at the computer-generated version of real-life F1 circuit, Belgium’s Circuit de Spar-Francorchamps – more commonly referred to as ‘Spa’.
The most popular car brands and models to feature in video games have been revealed in a new study conducted by UK car sales website Carwow.
The study – which analysed thousands of video games featuring cars (whether as the main focus or merely as tools for players to utilise) – ranked popularity based on how many appearances brands and models made across the titles.
Honda pits virtual Civic Type R against the real deal - VIDEO
Honda has teamed with Turn 10 Studios to see if a real driver, on a real track, is faster than a professional gamer playing Forza Motorsport 7.
IndyCar driver, Graham Rahal, piloted the real Honda Civic Type R around Road Atlanta, while Peter Jeakins handled the virtual laps.
Jeakins is a popular gamer, known for his exploits in Forza, Gran Turismo and Need for Speed. His nickname is TheSLAPTrain – nope, we're not sure why either.
Honda 'baby NSX' patent revealed as Gran Turismo video game racer
The Honda Sports Vision Gran Turismo has been leaked this week, looking very much like the 'baby NSX' patent renderings that surfaced a couple of years ago.
Posted by Carscoops, the images taken from the new Gran Turismo Sport video game - which launches October 17 - show the concept in the 'car select' menu, which wears the Sports Vision Gran Turismo name.