Brain in a Jar has released a bunch of new previews of their Indianapolis 500: Evolution title for Xbox 360 that will allow players to race historic Indy machinery from the 1961-1971 seasons.
The studio does not just promise a realistic driving experience but offers a rather unique feature too as players will be able to build their own, semi-fictional race car made up from various customizable parts such as engines, chassis, suspension, aero parts and more.
Featuring legendary drivers such as A.J. Foyt and Mario Andretti, players can race on eight historic tracks, including both ovals like the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and legendary road courses such as Riverside. Indianapolis 500: Evolution will be released for Xbox 360 on February 16th.