Playing Forza 2 is great. With its uber-realistic game mechanics, real world courses, great attention paid to detail, and flat out fun you might wonder how the experience could get more real.

The answer arrived today in the form of a tournament played in the real world but on virtual screens against legendary racer Alex Roy.

Roy, captain of Team Polizei and the guy who drove from Los Angeles to New York City in a blistering 31 hours and 4 minutes, is putting his great name on the line, offering race-savvy gamers the opportunity to take him on mano y mano.

Located at the Grand-AM Rolex Series Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen in Watkins Glen, NY, gamers can enjoy race simulators, dual flat screen monitors and dual steering wheel controls in a competition in Forza Motorsport 2 for Xbox 360.

So if you think you’ve got serious racing skills, have this weekend free, would love to take down the legend, and happen to live in the Glen, NY area, this could just be your shot.

More information can be dissected at the Team Polizei Headquarters and The Glen websites.

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Eddie Makuch is a Blast staff writer. Reach him at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch.

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