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Some of motor racing’s top drivers, including recent Indianapolis 500 champion Dan Wheldon, are helping to shape the game and will lend their head-to-head racing skills to compete against players in online races. The game will be available this fall for gaming and race fans of all skill levels but passionate racers can sign up now at www.simraceway.com to be informed of the release date and beta access.

Simraceway will leverage a client-server model similar to popular online games such as World of Warcraft™, and will contain current and historic licensed content from a variety of auto and racing brands including Bentley™, Bugatti™, Mitsubishi™ and Saleen™. The racing environment will be continually updated and contain street, fantasy and real world tracks – many of which will be laser scanned for millimeter accuracy of the racing surface. Simraceway screenshots are available here.
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