Project CARS offers more than just cars and tracks—it offers the intimate experience of what it’s like to be a racing driver on the limit. That limit is often dictated by weather, especially during endurance races. Racing in the rain has always been the limiting factor; but it can also be the great equalizer. Being fast on a wet track, though, is a skill that can be learnt. Sure, you may never be Ayrton Senna-quick, but there’s no reason why you can’t be as skillful as the rest of the world’s racing mortals. As with everything else in the racing driver’s toolbox, understanding what it takes to be competitive in the rain is half the challenge mastered.
The same applies to the art of endurance racing. These are skills that can be learnt. The crew over at Race Control will now share advice on how to brave the elements, and how to keep your focus during those extra-long races. The unfair advantage in motor-racing is always about preparation; knowing how to take advantage of the weather and how to remain focused through the dark hours of that endurance race is the difference between competing and winning.