Racing video games have been around for ages, giving everyone the chance to test their skills on the virtual track. Games like Forza, Gran Turismo and hardcore simulators have actually bred real-life racers. But how different is virtual racing from the real thing? Castrol USA decided to find out.
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In the new video titled “Castrol EDGE Clone Rival,” they put a supercar in a simulator where he would race the Aston Martin Vulcan and Koenigsegg One:1 around a virtual version of the track in Ascari, Spain. After their laps were recorded, they then sent him off to the real track, with the real cars.
How did his real lap times stack up? Check out the videos below.
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Aston Martin Vulcan
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