Full Project CARS 2 Track List Revealed

Slightly Mad Studios have revealed the full track list of their upcoming Project CARS 2 title.

The 180+ cars in Project CARS 2 will be joined by 60 tracks, the largest selection of tracks on any console racing title.

Spread out over three continents, the track list provides a rich selection of both modern and historic venues, including rallycross, karting and point to point tracks.

Track (Number of Layouts)

Autodromo Internacional do Algarve     1
Azure Circuit            1
Azure Coast 5
Bannochbrae Road Circuit          1
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 3
Bathurst Mount Panorama           1
Brands Hatch          2
Brno   1
Cadwell Park           3
California Highway 5
Chesterfield Karting Circuit          1
Circuit of the Americas (COTA)   3
Daytona International Speedway           2
Daytona Rallycross           1
DirtFish         3
Donington Park       2
Dubai Autodrome   4
Dubai Kartdrome    1
Fuji     1
Glencairn Karting Circuit  6
Greenwood Karting Circuit          1
Lankebanen Rallycross (Hell)    1
Hockenheimring Classic  1
Hockenheimring     3
Hockenheimring Rallycross        1
Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari Imola           1
Indianapolis Motor Speedway    2
Knockhill Racing Circuit   5
Knockhill Rallycross          1
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca   1
Circuit de 24 Heures du Mans    2
Le Mans Karting International     1
Rallycross of Loheac         1
Long Beach Street Circuit 1
Lydden Hill   2
Mercedes-Benz Driving Events Ice Track        6
Mojave          5
Autodromo Nazionale Monza     2
Autodromo Nazionale Monza Historic  3
Nuburgring and Nordschleife      9
Motorsport Arena Oschersleben 3
Oulton Park  3
Red Bull Ring          3
Road America         1
Rouen Les Essarts 2
Ruapuna Park         5
Sakitto           4
Sampala Ice Circuit           1
Silverstone   4
Silverstone Classic 1
Snetterton     3
Sonoma Raceway  3
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps   1
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Historic            1
Sportsland SUGO   1
Summerton Karting Circuit           3
Texas Motor Speedway    3
Watkins Glen International           2
Wildcrest Rallycross          2
Willow Springs International Raceway 2
Zhuhai International Circuit         1
Circuit Zolder           1

Project CARS 2 is now available for pre-order.

The title will bring 180+ cars and 60 tracks to the PC, Playstation 4 & Xbox One, starting September 22.

Powered by the studios’ Live Track 3.0 technology that allows dynamic surface conditions and the title’s comprehensive dynamic weather engine, Project CARS 2 is able to simulate racing in any weather & season, including heavy winter weather & snow.

Aside from graphics & sound improvements, Project CARS 2 comes with refined physics featuring the title’s cutting-edge tire model and improved AI as well as brand-new gamepad controls & FFB improvements. The new version comes with robust eSports & online capabilities including Online Championship mode, driver rating as well as race directing & broadcast controls.

The full list of all cars included in Project CARS 2 can be found here.

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  • GamerMuscle

    Awsome !

    SMS do gr8 job of car and track licences, ultimately it’s all very well having 900 cars but for me having roads to drive them on is more important !

    • Jovica Ilic

      True

  • Olivier Maas

    lovely list!

  • Timo Zachariae

    Knockhill Racing Circuit?! It’s one of the best Touring-Car Tracks wordlwide.

  • massarob

    24 Heures du Mans
    2 versions= Bugatti and 24h or chicanes and without chicanes?

    3 Monza Historic options is cool too 🙂

    • HardRock

      Most likely Bugatti and 24h, seeing how those two were the layouts in PC1. Don’t have anything more to go on though, just saying that’s by far the more likely case.

      • Dab o’ Oppo

        I was wondering the same. That seems a safe exception, but technically Bugatti circuit is not part of the “Circuit de 24 Heures du Mans”. Would have made more sense to call it “Le Mans” 2 layouts in that case. I’d hate to lose Bugatti but on the other hand I’d love to gain a no chicanes layout.

  • ASUSNEX

    I have a feeling about a delay to mid November unfortenatly.

  • Marc Collins

    Which ones are new versus PC1? Sugo is one of my favourite tracks, but most look familiar. Good tracks, but not a reason to purchase version 2…right?

    • HardRock

      These are the new tracks compared to PC1 (I may have missed a few new layouts for old tracks):

      Autodromo Internacional do Algarve
      Circuit of the Americas (COTA)
      Daytona International Speedway
      Daytona Rallycross
      DirtFish
      Lankebanen Rallycross (Hell)
      Indianapolis Motor Speedway
      Knockhill Racing Circuit
      Knockhill Rallycross
      Le Mans Karting International
      Rallycross of Loheac
      Long Beach Street Circuit
      Lydden Hill
      Mercedes-Benz Driving Events Ice Track
      Autodromo Nazionale Monza Historic
      Red Bull Ring
      Sampala Ice Circuit
      Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Historic
      Sportsland SUGO
      Texas Motor Speedway
      Wildcrest Rallycross

      21 new tracks or 44 if counting all layouts.

      As for whether the tracks alone worth the purchase, you have to decide for yourself, but seeing how you will get many more things for your money anyway, not just tracks, I don’t think you should decide on them alone.

    • melanieuk1

      ” but not a reason to purchase version 2…right?”

      Funny that a rfactor 2 fan boy is debating whether it is worth buying project cars 2, as it features some track’s that was in project cars.

      when you compare rfactor to rfactor 2, both feature the very same audio/sound samples nothing hasn’t been updated or new sounds samples used, both have the same old damage model, both have the same bland visuals and looks roughly the same, one just adds a bit of bloom to its visuals, calling it DX11, but still using the old DX8 shaders, some of the content in rfactor 2 are rehash from rfactor 1, both have the same physics, they both still feel the same to me, two developers are still using the same old rfactor1 engine, so in saying that, lets question is it worth anyone buying rfactor 2, let alone the other two products that are currently still using the rfactor 1 engine.

      • Marc Collins

        No one would buy rF2 for the included tracks! That’s the point. I was simply asking the question to see what the opinions were here.

        And thanks for editing “fanboy” into “supporter.” The pot calling the kettle black comes to mind. A good idea for you to refrain from ever using that term online.

      • HardRock

        Well, not sure if you should listen to anyone’s opinion on this topic, seeing how track preferences are subjective. For what it’s worth, for me personally, Algarve, COTA and historic Spa, Monza would be worth the price of a 10-20 USD DLC alone.

        I don’t have much experience with Rallycross, but ever since I gave rallying a chance in Forza Horizon’s DLC I’m pretty hooked on the whole offroad racing stuff, so I’m also excited about Rallycross in PC2 and it seems we’ll get many tracks to have fun on.

        Combined with the tons of other improvements coming, the base price for PC2 seems like a steal to me.

      • melanieuk1

        ” A good idea for you to refrain from ever using that term online.”

        🙂

  • Noah Themins

    Well, no one should get bored for lack of tracks.

  • Steven Shears

    Despite my cynical nature I’ve got to admit, thats a nice list and great to see Knockhill. Not like some devs who add 5 or so tracks and update (or lose) their previous selections. Now Ian, get this wrapped up, get some drones and maps and old data and get Charade historic in PC3. Oh and as its only a train ride away – you might as well plump for Crystal Palace historic too! That way you can “drone” the old circuit, and get the model racing circuit and add a new petrol RC series.

    • Terrell Olvera

      Charade and Crystal Palace would be pretty amazing…

      • Steven Shears

        Well Crystal Palace less so, as it was hardly a complicated layout and not really a looker but i’d love for them to bring back the vintage circuits you hear drivers talking about. Spa and Monza go some way into doing that.

  • Dab o’ Oppo

    At the risk of awakening the DLC demons, I wish we could see Road Atlanta. I can only think of Forza that has that for official content (and GT maybe? I don’t follow that game) and I can’t even find a decent mod for RF2 or AC for it.

  • melanieuk1
    • Bakkster

      So it seems Sakitto is just unlicensed Suzuka, which is neat.

      I can’t tell from that image, but which version of the Indy RC is it? New or old?

      • HardRock

        “So it seems Sakitto is just unlicensed Suzuka, which is neat.”

        No, not quite. Some parts of it are extremely similar, but the layouts are slightly different. It being a fictional track essentially, I also doubt that accuracy compared to Suzuka at any part of it will be a concern going forward.

        All that said, the track is still great to drive on. Check out videos on YouTube from PC1 to see the differences. Overall, the track is faster than Suzuka.

  • Bakkster

    That’s a very stout list, lack of laser scanning aside. Very good selection from around the world.

    Only a few oddities, for instance why there’s only one layout of Algarve despite the track having 5 corners with a second configuration depending on whether it’s hosting bikes, touring cars, sports cars, or open wheel cars. That said, very minor things with a very large and comprehensive track list.

  • https://soundcloud.com/glen-orpheus Glen Orpheus

    just imagine if they allowed Mod support (“,)

    • winet

      Want mods ? Play RF2

      • https://soundcloud.com/glen-orpheus Glen Orpheus

        I already do, and AC and RBR and a few more that allow mods.
        So sorry you’re reply wasn’t too helpful this time :/

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