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Turn10 have posted some more trailers for Forza Motorsport to reveal Silverstone, Mugello and Spa-francorchamps for their upcoming release. Check them out below.

Silverstone:

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Mugello:

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Being a new to Forza (was a Playstation fanboy until I got fully bitten by the sim bug) this is all new to me, or at least as much as these tracks can be!
Personally, it's the handling that'll do it for me - in that anything from (probably not quite) Grid to AMS2 does it for me - assuming that ACC spec for such a broad range of cars is never happening, not even close.
Whilst we don't know for sure, Foza is uncharted waters for me - anyone care to share what I could expect in terms of handling feel, speculation is fine - I know nothing!

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Ah that famous short version of Silverstone... hope this isn't a result of them increasing licensing fees dramatically for the track (which is why rFactor 2 dropped it apparently)...

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