The developers of World of Speed have put up the first round of more then 20 answers to questions the community has asked.
So many questions have been asked that they are splitting the responses up over multiple articles.
Below are a few of the questions and answers, you can read them all here
What game modes will be included in the beta testing and do you plan adding more in the future?
We plan to test both solo and team-based racing in during the Beta tests. Weâ€™re going to be looking to the community on these modes especially when it comes to the in-race objectives.
Will we get to keep any progress that we gained in this closed beta like cars and upgrades or will there be a reset for open beta or the full release of the game?
No, we will wipe all player data after each closed beta. However, youâ€™ll keep all your progression from Open Beta after the game launches.
Does this mean an OPEN beta test is in the works???
Yes, there will be a series of Closed Beta Tests which will be followed by an Open Beta before World of Speed launches.
How many players get access to the beta?
The first World of Speed test will be relatively small in terms of the number of players that will be invited to participate. As we progress through further World of Speed tests weâ€™ll invite more and more players to participate and provide us with feedback.
See the full list on the World of Speed blog
The February wallpapers for World of Speed have been put up over on the World of Speed site. The wallpapers feature the Mini Cooper S and the Alfa Romeo Giulietta QV on the streets of San Francisco.
It's time to give your desktop a new look with the World of Speed February Community Calendar wallpaper! This month we're featuring the Mini Cooper S and the Alfa Romeo Giulietta QV on the sunny streets of San Francisco. To download the wallpaper simply right-click on the desired resolution and select 'Save Link as'.
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World of Speed - The Red Square Loop in Moscow Revealed
January 17th 2015
The second route for Moscow has been revealed in World of Speed, The Red Square Loop
While this track may look fairly tame it's not. There are quite a few sections where you have the time and space to push your car up to or near top speed. There are also some tricky corners especially when you're approaching them at top speed!
In our opinion, there is no "right" performance set up for this track. Top speed, acceleration and handling are all equally important on the Red Square Loop so it really comes down to your driving style and your preferred car type.
How will you set up your car for the Red Square Loop?
Group shots of some supercars have been released over on the World of Speed site. They are looking very sweet.
We said before, socializing with other players will be a big part of World of Speed. The Airfield Playground isn't the only place where you can get some good group shots. Yes, you may need to stop mid-race but there are some great locations to get some group shots like the ones below:
You can see these and many more screenshots of World of Speed in the screenshots section.