Win Cool Thrustmaster Gear With Project CARS

Yesterday, Slightly Mad Studios & Thrustmaster announced a close collaboration that will lead to a wide variety of Thrustmaster devices to be supported by Project CARS across all platforms.

To celebrate the announcement, we’ve kicked off a brand-new Project CARS hot lap competition, giving away cool Thrustmaster merchandise to some lucky WMD members.

Star of the new competition is the Thrustmaster-branded Lotus 72D Cosworth Formula One car as members are invited to prove their skills in a brand new in-game hot lap event.

To register for the prize draw, you don’t need to be a master-class driver! Simply hop into the legendary Formula One car and register a valid lap on the Florence Short circuit to enter the prize draw.

The winners of the prizes listed below will be determined by prize draw after the competition has ended in two weeks time.





1st Place : Thrustmaster TX Racing Wheel + Y-250C Gaming Headset

2nd Place: Thrustmaster Y-250C Gaming Headset

3rd Place: Slightly Mad Studios Coffee Mug

Lotus 72D Formula One Car
(setups allowed)

             Florence Short

Two Weeks
(starting July 16 2014 3pm UTC)


Thrustmaster TX Racing Wheel Ferrari 458 Italia Edition

Powered by a brushless industrial motor for ultra-smooth Force Feedback, the TX Racing Wheel Ferrari 458 Italia Edition is the number one choice for serious racing gamers using Microsoft’s new Xbox One console.

Featuring a detachable 7/10 scale replica of the Ferrari 458 Italia Wheel rim, the TX Racing Wheel is fully compatible to Thrustmaster’s hardware eco-system, including additional wheels rims as well as the T3PA pedal set and the TH8A shifter.

Thrustmaster Y250C Gaming Headset

Compatible to the PC and Sony’s Playstation 4, the Y-250C is a stereo gaming headset, featuring “Crystal-clear” audio thanks to 50 mm drivers.

The Y-250C comes with a detachable and adjustable microphone with adjustable gain level, designed to target only the player’s voice for most effective communication with your team-mates.


Project CARS will be coming to the Playstation 4, Xbox One, Steam OS, WiiU & PC, starting November 2014.

For more on Project CARS, make sure to check out the Project CARS website and the Project CARS Facebook page regularly!

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