Having launched alongside DiRT Showdown back in 2012, it’s crazy to think that RaceNet is over two years old already. New games have arrived and with each one the service continues to evolve. We’re now on the brink of releasing GRID Autosport to the world, and with it, our best RaceNet support to date.
We’ve got a host of great RaceNet features, from the familiar stat tracking to the brand new RaceNet Clubs, which is one feature we think you’re going to absolutely love. But enough talk, let’s dive into the details.
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This is racing at its finest, where the optimal racing line and braking points are worth valuable tenths of a second.
Unlike the Touring Car discipline where drivers aren't afraid to rub a little paint now and then, Open Wheel is all about avoiding contact as the fragile nature of the cars mean only the faintest of touches is required to put a dent in your hopes of a podium.
When we first announced GRID Autosport we confirmed that it would be home to 22 locations with a combined route list that totals over 100. Of these 22 locations the vast majority would be circuits, including the likes of Hockenheim, Sepang, Jarama and Yas Marina.
Today we’re really excited to be confirming the full track list for you all. We’ve got some old friends making an appearance alongside a couple of fresh faces that we think will offer some great racing action, but enough talk!