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Free update for all, GT5’s Red Bull X2010

With every game there is a holy grail to reach and with GT5 it is the amazing Red Bull X2010. The car is the ultimate, and offers you the chance to drive at the limits of what the human body can handle. This vehicle is the ultimate prize, and can only be yours once you have mastered all the challenges set out for you. However, there is a way to fast track the prize, but only if (when) Sebastian Vettel wins the 2011 F1 Drivers Championship.

Polyphony Digital said that they would do this for free in honor of the young German winning the title twice in succession. There are just five races left, and all Vettel needs is just one point to make it impossible for any other driver to win the title this year. His closest rival is McLaren’s Jenson Button; but he trails by 124 points. So you see what we mean by when Vettel takes the title.

However, we have seen in the past that anything can happen in F1, all it takes is for him to outbreak himself or fall victim to an accident that could leave him out for the rest of the season. We would not wish that on anyone, as the accident that Massa had left him off for some time. Also we have to remember the fact that Jenson will have to win every other race in order to take the title — something that will not happen.

By this Sunday Vettal should win his second title, so then you will have to visit, where they should then offer information about how to get this free upgrade. We know that you will never experience speeds of this on a racetrack, but it will still be a huge task to handle the Red Bull X2010, as it will reach speeds of just under 280mph and will be pulling 8.75Gs in the corners.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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