At the moment it’s just F1 2015 and Project Cars. The only racing games for PS4 I’m interested in. They’re both fun in their own ways, although I can hardly wait for the next F1 game as F1 2015 lacks too many things and still needs a lot of fixing. Project Cars is a brilliant simulation, almost too tough at times, but I love it. It’s great to have a sim like that which makes the wait for the next-gen Gran Turismo much easier. And very soon, I’ll have another one of that kind: Assetto Corsa :)
Maybe a little off-topic, but many fans of F1 keep sceptical about regulation changes, no matter recent past or present, often saying F1 isn’t the pinnacle of motorsport anymore (for example new engine formula). Looking at this press release there’s so much technology (turbo engines with a similar Energy Recovery system, use of an exhaust blown diffusor, and I think they tried out F-ducts as well) that was adapted from or is about to be used in F1 as well. I think that should put some of these critics quiet.
Going to the Belgian GP for the first time this year, we have Gold 3 tickets for Eau Rouge. Unfortunately we’ll not be at the track until FP1, so we’re gonna miss pitwalk on Thursday. Does anyone have an idea if there is a chance (or a good place) to get autographs from the drivers between Friday and Sunday? I’d also love to know whether there are some interesting events in between the F1 sessions you shouldn’t miss and where you have access with these tickets. Thanks in advance. Already super excited, less than 3 weeks now, can’t wait for it!
9 seconds, holy mother of god :o
I noticed that too, but probably it was too hard to recreate it at turn 7 – that’s at least my suggestion because it’s obviously all in-game footage. Nevertheless, I really like it too, especially the music! Really looking forward to the soundtrack again, Codies have always been ace at that.
What a sad story. My condolences to the family members of the victim and a speedy recovery to all the people that have been hurt.
Difficult to judge without onboards. But it looked like Trummer slowed down a bit after catching his car…
Grosjean on Hamilton and Alonso on Grosjean. Both very agressive but very well executed.