New Junior Build Now Available!

Slightly Mad Studios have released the newest weekly build of Project CARS, giving Junior members the chance to catch up with the developments of the past four weeks.

The new build is packed to the brim with new content, including two new cars and no less than 12 new tracks that have been added since the last Junior release.

Build 189 marks the first chance for Juniors to try the Palmer Jaguar JP-LM and the stunning 2011 Bac Mono. While one is a lightweight and nimble track day race car, the other is a road going sports car that brings racing technology to public roads.

The two new wheels can be raced on a slew of new tracks, both modern and historic. Juniors will get the first chance to race on tracks like Sakitto, Badenring, Milan and their historic counterparts, making sure that everyone gets to race on some of their favorite type of tracks.

The new build also includes the first version of the TweakIt tool for Full Members and above, introducing the first part of Project CARS’ Live Editing Suite that will allow members to tweak lots of aspects such as cameras, lighting & weather to their liking.

If you haven’t joined Project CARS yet then there’s never been a better time! All this exciting new content & features can be yours for as little as a one-time-only payment of €10 to become a Junior member on the WMD forums.

To join WMD and get busy racing the newest version of Project CARS today, simply follow these three easy steps:

1. Register on the WMD Forums
2. Choose a Toolpack to become a member (starting at 10€ for Junior Membership)
3. Download the new Project CARS build on the downloads page

Membership entitles players to much more than just regular development builds as all members get access to our busy development forums where they can follow the development of Project CARS up close, talk to our developers and contribute to the development.

So don’t wait any longer, join WMD today and experience the future of racing simulations yourself! Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS feed and follow Project CARS & Slightly Mad Studios on Twitter.

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