Project CARS 2: How Test Driver Tommy Milner Went From Sim Racing To Winning The Le Mans 24 Hours For Corvette

The “Built by Drivers” series of automotive films that highlight the close working relationship between drivers and developers Slightly Mad Studios on this year’s highly anticipated racing game, Project CARS 2, gets its third installment today with the release of “From Sim to Pro” Featuring Tommy Milner.

Following-on from the successful debut in this series of films, “As Close As It Gets” featuring McLaren’s test-driver, Chris Goodwin, and on the heels of the latest instalment (“Porsche Passion” featuring Porsche factory driver Patrick Long), this third chapter explores Corvette factory driver and two-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tommy Milner’s decade-long involvement with the sim-racing community through a series of interviews with Slightly Mad Studios CCO, Rod Chong.

Project CARS 2: BUILT BY DRIVERS—“From Sim to Pro” Featuring Tommy Milner tells the story of how Tommy Milner went from a 12-year-old playing amateur racing game mods created by the founders of the development team that would, a decade later, develop the best-selling Project CARS franchise, to a two-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner driving for the full factory Chevrolet Corvette team.

If you missed “As Close As It Gets” featuring McLaren’s test-driver, Chris Goodwin and “Porsche Passion” featuring Porsche factory driver Patrick Long you can also view them below:

“As Close As It Gets”

“Porsche Passion”

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