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Gran Turismo once ruled the graphics roost for car games, and was eventually usurped by Turn 10's Forza series, but the long-in-development Project CARS from Slightly Mad Studios is giving both (and all other) franchises a run race for their money.

It's also not long now before the game arrives on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Wii U, and if today's trailer is an indication of how the final product is looking, racing fans might have a new series to invest in.
Take the wheel of the Megane R.S. 265 and the Clio Cup on one of the many tracks of Project CARS and enjoy the next-generation of racing simulation.
Watch the new trailer embedded below, and be sure to take part in the quiz contest both Project CARS and Renault Sport are running to go into the draw to win a copy of the game and a Renault Sport Enthusiast Day prize.




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