Project Cars is shaping up to be on pole position next month but how have they managed to come from so far behind to take the title? well by using the assistance of Ben Collins, known as Top Gear’s The Stig, European Le Mans Series championship leader Oliver Webb and former Renault Clio Cup and European Touring Car Cup driver Nicolas Hamilton – younger brother of F1 champion Lewis Hamilton – Project Cars has been developed to produce the most realistic race simulation experience on the market.

By offering the game on all platforms Project Cars are already 1 lap ahead from its rival’s like for instance Driveclub and Grand Turismo which are only available for Playstation.

With the game set for release next month , Turner has announced a number tracks that will feature on the game. The usual suspects are all there, ranging from Silverstone to Le Mans and the Nurburgring Nordschleife circuit.

Having a virtual racing champion on board does always help, and with Hamilton providing his expertise on car feedback, Slightly Mad Studios have been able to fine tune their touring cars from their supercars, their Le Mans prototypes from their single-seater F1’s. It’s been a dream come true for Hamilton to help develop the game, and he’s looking forward to seeing how the finished product fulfils the serious racing sim fans.

Project Cars is set to be one of the best racing games ever made, only you can be the judge when the game releases March 20.

Let us know if you will be picking up your copy and if it shapes up to your expectations.