A video documentary with Porsche factory driver Patrick Long showcases how his passion and intimate knowledge for all things Porsche breathes life into the classic and modern Porsche cars that feature in Project CARS 2.
The film, Project CARS 2: BUILT BY DRIVERS – “Porsche Passion” Featuring Patrick Long, follows three-time ALMS GT driver’s champion and class winner of both the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Rolex 24 at Daytona, Patrick Long, at home in Southern California, and at his world-renowned Luftgekühlt event in San Pedro, CA.
It shows how Long, the only North American employed as a factory racing driver by Porsche, tests the automaker’s in-game content in Project CARS 2 to ensure the fidelity of these motoring icons, both present and classic, race- and road-based. At the same time, he explains the unique cultural significance of Porsche for sports car enthusiasts, and his role as factory driver.
Porsche will come to the franchise for the first time with the upcoming Project CARS 2, which will be released in late 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Altogether eleven cars from Porsche will be ready to deliver a challenging interactive experience, thanks to the intricate authenticity that is a hallmark of the Project CARS franchise.
911 GT1 1998, 911 GT3 R (991), 911 GT3 R Endurance (991), 911 GT3 RS, 918 Spyder, 935/77, 935/80, 936 Spyder, 962C, 962C Langheck, and the Cayman GT4 Clubsport.
Project CARS 2 is developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco.
Porsche has finished on the podium at the FIA GT World Cup in Macau with two of Rowe Racing’s 911 GT3 R.