New FIA GT1 Championship Game Coming
2010 will see the first ever season of the FIA GT1 World Championship that will have up to 24 GT cars competing for the World Championship title on ten tracks around the world.
The new championship might be coming to sim racers around the world too as organiser Stephane Ratel has recently spilled the beans about an upcoming video game deal for the new championship.
Even though his brief statement on the French Endurance-Info website offers no info about which platform the new title will be on or who will be working on it, this is definetely good news for the community.
The FIA GT is no stranger to driving simulations as Simbin’s GTR & GTR 2 already brought the 2003 and 2004 FIA GT seasons to the PC. Furthermore, the FIA GT has recently been working with iOpener, allowing one of the championship’s cars to be equipped with the company’s real-time position data system during a practice session at Zolder.