Simracing.GP adds F1 23 with Forza and more coming soon

Simracing.GP adds F1 23 with Forza and more coming soon

Simracing.GP (SGP) can today announce that from the 10th October a new platform feature will allow for many more sim racing titles to be added.

Manual Input mode will allow communities to set up races that they self host on titles not currently supported by the SGP full server integration.

Starting with F1’23, manual input mode will allow for the building of event registration within the simple to use SGP user interface. Once the event has run then results can be manually added to the site so that drivers can continue to track their championship progress within SGP.

As well as adding new titles, the mode also allows for the addition of new platforms, with options now available for Xbox, PlayStation and cross play modes.

Commenting on the new feature, SGP Head of Sales & Marketing Adam Eley said: “The new features are a really exciting step in widening our horizons and attracting more drivers to SGP.

“F1 was an obvious place to start thanks to its popularity and large player base, and we cannot wait to add more games really soon.”. 

SGP can also confirm that the next game to be added will be the brand new Forza Motorsport.

“Forza promises to be very popular and is a really interesting proposition for both sim racers and a more traditional gaming audience. It can be a great first step into sim racing for many.” added Adam.

Manual input launches on SGP from the 10th October and more titles will be announced very soon.


About Simracing.GP:

SGP is a dedicated sim racing platform that aims to make your sim racing life easier.

If you are a driver, finding races has never been easier. If you want to organise races for others but have always been put off by setting up servers and messing around with forms and spreadsheets then SGP is there to remove all the pain points.

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Adam Eley

Head of Sales & Marketing