Chris Harris Helps Develop GRID 2

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The line between real world and virtual driving is gets thinner with every new game.

Codemasters' GRID 2 is currently being readied for a summer release, and from this first of three trailers for the new driving simulator it appears auto-journo Chris Harris has had a hand in its development. Dubai's Yas Marina and Britain's Brands Hatch have been added to the game, and it's to the latter circuit that Harris heads to cross swords with McLaren test driver Mat Jackson in a 12C. He then goes to Codemasters HQ to provide insight into the car's handling for the game makers to utilize, and picks up tips from them to gain the advantage back on the track.

"I'm thoroughly enjoying working on these videos for GRID 2, and adding a few pointers to help develop the handling on some of the key cars in the game. It's a great opportunity to explore the ever-closer relationship between real driving and the virtual world," said Harris.

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