Xbox One racing game Forza Motorsport 6 gets its own permanent art exhibit

Mark Coppock

Forza Motorsport Racing Experience Gallery

Xbox’s Forza racing franchise has been a popular one since its inception. Now on version 6, Forza Motorsport can add another major accomplishment to its list. Starting immediately, Xbox racers who visit the Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles can now enjoy a dedicated exhibit, the Forza Motorsport Racing Experience Gallery.
A 1,500 sq ft permanent exhibit, the gallery offers 10 racing sleds and three Xbox kiosks devoted to Forza Motorsport 6. Visitors can enjoy eight distinct racing experiences, and while they wait in line to race they can enjoy community images, game history, and artifacts from Turn 10 Studios and Xbox.
In other news, the Automotive Museum and Microsoft stores got together to host a “Race for the Record,” where Forza Motorsport 6 racers competed for a 2016 Ford Mustang and a Guinness World Records title:

In addition, the museum and the Microsoft store recently hosted “Race for The Record,” an event where Forza Motorsport 6 players came together for a chance to win a 2016 Ford Mustang and to set a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title. In attendance were 11 gamers from across the globe who were paired with racecar drivers from Ford Performance teams including Brian Deegan, Austin Cindric, Bubba Wallace, Jade Buford, Ryan Blaney, Billy Johnson, Ryan Truex, Tyler Reddick, Daniel Hemric, Ryan Briscoe and Ryan Reed. Check out the Microsoft store video to witness the head-to-head competition.
The next time you’re in Los Angeles, take a few minutes to stop by the Automotive Museum and the Forze Motorsport Experience Gallery. Even if you’re not a racing fan, you’re sure to enjoy it for all of its Xbox goodness.