Slightly Mad Studios are thrilled to announce that accomplished race car driver Nicolas Hamilton will continue to serve as Handling Consultant for the studio’s developing Project CARS 2 title.
Continuing his excellent work that started during the development phase of Project CARS, Nicolas will again be assisting the development team with his highly-precise feedback on car handling and share his vast knowledge & experience with the all the members in the busy World of Mass Development forums.
Nicolas’ involvement will help ensure that Project CARS 2 will come with the same unprecedented degree of realism that made Project CARS a best-selling hit around the globe.
“I am mega excited to be to be a part of the Development Team at Slightly Mad Studios for Project CARS 2,“ Hamilton commented.
“When I first joined SMS back in 2012, it was an absolute dream come true to work on Project CARS 1, which was a great success and an amazing experience for me. To be a part another fantastic project yet again is just something I always dreamed of and I hope we, as a team, can deliver another fantastic product.”
Born in Herfordshire, England, in 1992, Nicolas was brought up in the motorsports world alongside older brother Lewis. Born with Cerebral Palsy, Nicolas has always made sure this wouldn’t stop him from pursing his passion for racing.
After competing in the Renault Clio Cup United Kingdom since 2011 and moving up to the European Touring Car Cup in 2013, Nicolas’ racing career advanced even further this year as he joined the ranks of the highly prestigious British Touring Car Championship.
Driving AmD Tuning’s Audi S3 touring car, Nicolas made history by becoming the first-ever disabled driver to compete in the BTCC.