Meet Tommy Milner, test driver for Project Cars 2

Meet Tommy Milner, test driver for Project Cars 2

Meet Tommy Milner, Project Cars 2 test driver and winner of the 24 hours of Le Mans for Corvette. The “Built by Drivers” series of autosports, brings us a closer look of the collaboration between drivers and developer Slighty Mad Studios, which developed the most anticipated racing game this year, shifts into third gear with the release of “From Sim to Pro” with Tommy Milner.

As a successor to the successful series of films, “As Close As It Gets” with McLaren’s test driver Chris Goodwin and Porsche Passion with Porsche factory driver Patrick Long, in this third part, we’re able to take a closer look into the involvement of Corvette’s pilot and two-way winner of the 24 hours from Le Mans, Tommy Milner, at the sim-racing community through a series of interviews with Slightly Mad Studios CCO: Rod Chong.

“From Sim to Pro” tells the story of how Tommy Milner, who played 12-year-old amateur racing game mods, created by founders of the development team who started the CARS franchise project a decade later, kicked up to twofold winner of the 24 hours from Le Mans driving for the Chevrolet Corvette factory team. The film explores how the career path of Tommy Milner and the developers of Slighty Mad Studios went through the years in parallel. From a modest start as a mod group, working with Tommy as a young boy, becoming a professional studio with a series of hits while Tommy’s racing career took a high run after his first win in Le Mans. The studio and the driver each had their path, on their way to success.

You can also learn about the other two movie projects of “Built by Drivers”:

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JasuSakura
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Being over 30 years old, I've been playing videogames since I've exchanged my pacifier for a game controller. I've only recently started reviewing games and it's incredibly fun to do and educational as I get to know a lot of new stuff about videogames and the industry. My favourite game genres are RPG's(strategy RPG, J-RPG,...), adventure, platforming, simulation and retro.

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