Making spectacular use of the world-famous Giza plateau’s intricate network of paths and roadways, this tarmac, gravel, and sand circuit was designed to be enjoyed by rally racers, off-road vehicles, and adventurous road cars.
As you are reading this, the latest NASCAR Daytona 500 has been recorded into the annals of motorsport history—another chapter in the ongoing odyssey that attempts to describe the pageantry, the spectacle, the exploding, three-ring-circus that is the final act of Speedweeks, the month-long celebration of hot, nasty speed at Daytona International Speedway.
Some say that the Daytona 500 is the greatest show on Earth. Some say that if it were a Samurai warrior, it would look like Elton John wearing a Donald Duck costume, blaring out Rocketman while cleanly lopping off your head. All I know is that there’s nothing else quite like it.
Home to the jewel in the NASCAR racing crown, the Daytona 500®, the Daytona International Speedway® was built by the series’ co-founder, Bill France Sr., and first opened its gates in 1959.
Read on to find out more about our new track or try it for yourself in Quick Races and Hot Lap Events featuring the all-new Audi R8 LMS ultra, the SRW Asphalt Modified, and the 2012 IndyCar. Or why not try out our all-new three-car GT3 Multi-Car Race there?
One of the world’s premier motorsport facilities, Silverstone plays host to a long list of prestigious series including, most notably, Formula One. Originally the site of a World War II airfield, it is located on the border of the English counties of Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire.
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Situated outside the small town of Sparta at the very northern tip of the Bluegrass State, Kentucky Speedway comprises a 1.5-mile tri-oval featuring a 1,600-foot backstretch and 14-degree banked turns, and a recently-extended 107,000 grandstand capacity.
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Four weeks to the day before Formula One’s return to the United States, Simraceway’s finest lined up on the Circuit of the Americas grid, hoping to earn the right to return to the brand new track as a VIP guest when the real-world action kicks off. Read on to find out whose dream came true.
Multiplayer racing on Simraceway just went to the next level with the introduction of Quick Race 2.0. This brand new mode will transform the Quick Race experience, offering more tracks, more cars, and a streamlined entry process that allows players to create their own races.
What’s more, new mode-specific track-departure rules and the introduction of Simraceway’s pioneering skill-matching system will ensure even more enjoyable, adrenaline-pumping action.
Following on from our last batch of track releases in June, we are pleased to announce the addition of three more circuits representing the rich and varied history of North American auto racing: Watkins Glen, Martinsville Speedway, and Chicagoland Speedway.
With McLaren Month getting into full swing, and following the release of the evocative M23 last week, we’re proud to introduce one of the marque’s more contemporary F1 offerings: the awesome MP4-26!
Thanks to the groundbreaking deal we’ve agreed with the world-famous British racing manufacturer–and the unprecedented access they’ve allowed us to their entire line-up of road and race cars–Simraceway players can now experience the full thrill of driving the car that took former World Champions Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton to 18 podium finishes in the 2011 season.