24 hour grand prix
The 24 hour grand prix, first held in 1923, is now the most famous endurance race in the world. The event was the first Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on 26 and 27 May. It is the oldest continuously running motor race, and the event’s history dates back to its inception. It was the first grand prix of endurance. The event is held every year and features the best drivers from around the world.
The game’s basic mechanics are straightforward. Three matching symbols must land across the paylines to create a winning combination. The paytable contains nine regular symbols, including the low-paying card suits and high-paying racing cars. The low-paying card suits pay the lowest amounts, while five high-paying racing cars pay from 3.8 to 11.4 times the stake. In addition, there is a Super Wild, which can appear stacked and help form a full-screen win. The Super Wild symbol can also substitute for any other symbol, leading to a massive 3,050x payout!
Several changes were made to the design of the game in recent years. Most Group C cars now feature anti-lock braking systems, which significantly reduce the risk of losing control of the car when braking at high speeds. Reinforced carbon-carbon brakes were also introduced. The most successful driver of the game is Tom Kristensen, who has nine victories. It is possible to win up to PS140 by landing five racing cars on a single payline.