Turn 10 Studios, the makers of the fine Forza series of racing games, and America Le Mans Series have forged a partnership that will bring some exciting things to both the real and virtual racing world. Forza 4 is now the official racing game partner of the Le Mans series, they announced today.
As you'd imagine from such a partnership, in-game cars and tracks from Le Mans are coming to Forza 4. Expect to see tracks like Sebring, Road Atlanta, Road America, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, in the game, as well as 26 ALMS cars.
On the real world side, fans of the American Le Mans Series will have the opportunity to test drive the game at select race events before it officially launches in October. Stay tuned for news on these events.
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