Given that all the information that publisher my.com has dropped in weeks past, today we’re able to take a look at some of the vehicles in World of Speed in video form – not just in photos any longer.

Hosting from some of the most recognizable tracks and cities in the world, World of Speed will change the way we play racing titles through both play style and pay style, releasing as a free title on the PC later this year. Given their reputation for renowned cities in World of Speed’s unique racing format, developer Slightly Mad Studios has also given us a deeper look into the San Francisco venue dropping at launch.

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Though this may not be the Golden Gate Bridge everyone expects from San Fran, it does touch on the true heart of the city, which we love. World of Speed is now in its closed Beta phase, and you can sign up for the test at WorldofSpeed.com.