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Porsche GT3 RSR Falken Tire Livery Winner

Best Forza Motorsport 4 design announced

Annette Carrion
Jul 15, 2013
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Falken Tire, in association with Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios announced the winner of its Falken Tire Livery Contest in Forza Motorsport 4. Belgium’s Kevin Neuville was chosen as the overall winner, and his winning livery will be featured on the Falken Porsche GT3 RSR during the 2013 Petit Le Mans Race this October.

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The contest was conducted during the month of April, and for 30 days, XBOX Forza 4 players were urged to submit their own designs utilizing the Team Falken Tire Porsche GT3 RSR as a canvas to alter the worldwide recognized Teal and Blue livery.

Nearly 200 entries were submitted, with only 6 finalists chosen by Falken Tire and Microsoft's Turn 10 staff. The designs were then then posted on Falken’s Facebook page for voting by the fans. In the end, Kevin Neuville of Belgium was announced as the winner. Falken’s Porsche GT3 RSR will debut and run the winning livery at the 2013 Petit Le Mans race this October and will also be displayed at SEMA in November. Neuville’s design will be available as a free download later this year through Falken’s Official Forza Motorsports account.

“Car passion is at the heart of Forza Motorsport,” said Alan Hartman, studio manager at Turn 10 Studios. “Forza Motorsport 4 for Xbox 360 offers players a huge palette to explore their automotive dreams – from racing to drifting, photography to livery creation. It’s inspiring to see the amazing content continuing to come from the Forza community and we look forward to seeing Kevin’s amazing design come to life on the track at Road Atlanta.”

For more information, visit Falken Tire’s website at www.falkentire.com

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