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Ranking a few of our favourite virtual racing cars

Hot rods.

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Another Game of the Week, and another few hundred words of self-indulgent twaddle - though I am excused, I hope, by the fact that I've already written about the week's most significant release, the sublime Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider. So let's talk about racing games instead for a change!

I get caught up in hype easily - which has made writing about video games something of a natural home - and at present pretty much all I can think about is the golden age of sportscar racing that's currently dawning. In an act of enthusiasm spilling over into stupidity, I've just bought tickets for the short flight to Florida so I can be there for when it all kicks off properly at this year's 24 Hours of Daytona, and was up until late last night getting myself even more hot and bothered by running laps in the BMW LMDh with some friends who are prepping for the virtual version of the race that's taking place next weekend.

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Martin worked at Eurogamer from 2011 to 2023. He has a Gradius 2 arcade board and likes to play racing games with special boots and gloves on.