Project Cars – Stanceworks Track Expansion

Project Cars has a new expansion released today as part of their ever growing On Demand program. Players can now pick up the Stanceworks Track expansion, featuring two modified vehicles from the renowned car culture enthusiasts.

Among others players can experience Mad Mike Whiddett’s MX-5 Radbul formula Drift car and the KTM X-Bow R, as well as a brand new track in the highlands of Scotland. The pack is looking like a beautiful addition to Project Cars and in its entirety includes everything below, all of which can be seen in the new Expansion trailer which as ever is at the bottom of the page (and with a beautiful soundtrack as well!)

Free Car #8 – Ford Falcon FG
The Ford Falcon FG was Ford’s weapon of choice for competition during the 2014 season of Australia’s ultra-popular V8 Supercar touring car series.

The X-Bow is motorcycle specialist’s KTM first ever car creation as the Austrian company has entered the sports car market with an innovative no-frills roadster.

MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift
Formula Drift Racing star “Mad” Mike Whiddett has gained a reputation for building some of the most extreme drifting machinery on this planet and his newest project is undoubtedly the most spectacular – The MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift.

BMW 1-Series M-Coupé Stanceworks Edition
Inspired by the BMW experts over at Stanceworks, the 1-Series M-Coupé Stanceworks Edition is a special edition of BMW’s popular 1-Series road car already available in Project CARS.

BMW 2002 Turbo Stanceworks Edition
Stanceworks have also created a special version of a true BMW classic, as Project CARS users can exclusively enjoy the BMW 2002 Turbo Stanceworks edition.

Over 4.5 miles long, this new road course situated in the highlands of Scotland takes drivers through the village of Bannochbrae and alongside its infamous ‘misty loch’ for a stunningly beautiful driving experience replete with spectacular views and sweeping curves.

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