2016 Toyota Camry NASCAR

Extra info: #20 Joe Gibbs Racing Dollar General

Class: Racecar

Origin: US USA

Playable and downloadable vehicle



Contributor: J-2

Contributor: J-2

Contributor: J-2


Author Message
CH solarriors

2016-05-24 11:15
Even if it was only basic paint schemes, at least we had stock cars for free. The Forza Community would make great paints or you could even make your own original one.
Now it feels they are just dividing the game down into parts : major motorsports. We allready had Rally expansions.
Next up will be 24 Hours, Karts, whatever motorsport is not officially reprensented, I felt just like the ALMS joke in FM4, or imagine what-nots, or even K-Cars... The marketing decision is disappointing

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2016-05-24 11:16:03
US carcrasher88

2016-05-17 18:05
Correction: 40 car field, as per 2016 rules.

But, yeah...no increase in field size. But the expansion does add rolling starts, which is a positive.

KP Razor440

2016-05-17 17:50
Dunno if they will get a full 43 car field this time though :(
US carcrasher88

2016-05-17 17:09

Well, the official trailer is up.
US carcrasher88

2016-05-17 16:58
Especially when it appears that at this point, the only representation of Ford seems to be of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Fusion of Joey Logano, when there's another Penske driver, and two more major Ford teams with 4 additional drivers.

ES J-2

2016-05-17 16:55
Yes, that's why I'm going to wait to add the remaining ones until it's officially announced in order to see how they are going to deal with all this, just to be sure.
US carcrasher88

2016-05-17 16:53
I see you went with using the achievement icons.

I looked through them, and saw multiple paint schemes for a single driver, so the question is...are the individual cars going to be per driver or per paint scheme?

Because if it's by paint scheme, that'll likely mean smaller teams affiliated with larger teams like Furniture Row Racing and Wood Brothers might be left out, plus it'll seem strange racing against two or more cars representing the same driver.

Anyways, the Toyotas seem to be represented at least by two Kyle Busch paint schemes (M&Ms and Interstate Batteries), three Carl Edwards paint schemes (Arris, Subway, and Stanley), and one Matt Kenseth paint scheme (DeWalt).

ES J-2

2016-05-17 16:53
For the first time actually. Until now they were just the plain bodies without paint, and they were referred to as "Stock Cars". Now they have the real deal.

LB speedfreak975

2016-05-17 16:51
They got the nascar license ......holly shit :D been a while

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