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Part of the perks of being on the staff of MotoIQ.com is that we get to go to all of the cool media events and get some free food and drinks. So we found ourselves at the launch party for Forza 4, the newest version of the Forza series for XBox, which was a big party held at LA Live.
While we enjoyed our gourmet mac and cheese and drank our Red Bull Vodkas, a few of us got on the topic of how helpful a racing game like Forza 4 could be to hone your skills for going racing. While nothing beats actual seat time, what could a realistic game teach you about racing?
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