Yes it's that time of year again where the US Black Friday discount frenzy invades the UK. While many of today's deal might not be as good value as they would have you believe, there are some genuine bargains if you shop around.
Racing games aren't immune to Black Friday either. Here's a round-up of some of the best UK Black Friday racing game deals we could find – if you find anything worth including, feel free to let us know and we'll update the page.
Fanatec Black Friday sale
For sim racers, high-end racing peripheral manufacturer Fanatec have a very tempting trio of offers with up to 48% off. Unlike other offers which either last all week or this weekend, Fanatec's discounts are only valid on Black Friday.
Next up is the Fanatec CSL Elite Wheel Base Bundle with P1 Steering Wheel for PC and Xbox One, ideal for anyone looking for a mid-range wheel that's highly customiseable. It also includes a copy of Assetto Corsa and can be yours for 399,95 € reduced from 689.80 €.
Finally, Fanatec is offering a discount on their ClubSport Handbrake and ClubSport USB Adapter, available for 79,95 € reduced from 155.90 €.
Thrustmaster Black Friday deals
Thrustmaster don't appear to be having an official Black Friday sale this year, but Amazon is currently selling the T300 RS wheel for PS4 and PC for £199.98. You can also get the Thrustmaster TMX wheel for Xbox One and PC at Maplin for £99.99 reduced from £179.99 and the T150 for PS4 and PC for the same price.
Logitech Black Friday deals
Currys are currently offering the Logitech Driving Force G29 Racing Wheel & Pedals for PS4 and PC for £129.99 saving you £100. The Xbox One equivilant G290 is also available for the same price. You can also get gearstick bundles for £159.99.
DiRT Rally Black Friday deals
We love DiRT Rally – so much that it's one of the best racing games of the year. It also has one of the best value Black Friday deals on this list, available for only £15.99 with 70% off on the PlayStation store until November 28th. Xbox One users can also get it for £22.00 on the store with Xbox Gold and £19.99 over on Steam.
For the physical release, Argos is currently offering the DiRT Rally Legend Edition for £20.49.
Forza Horizon 3 Black Friday deals
One of this year's most popular and acclaimed racing games, it's not surprising to see Forza Horizon 3 discounted for Black Friday. Amazon has price matched Argos, selling Forza Horizon 3 for £23.99 – not bad at all for a recent release. The digital version is also on sale for £32.49 on the Xbox Store, along with the Deluxe Edition for £48.74 and the Ultimate Edition for £63.99.
Forza Motorsport 6 Black Friday deals
With Forza Horizon 3 on sale, its sister sim series Forza Motorsport hasn't been left out. Last year's Forza Motorsport 6 has been reduced to £14.99 at Smyths, or you can get the digital version for £29.99 on the Xbox Store.
Assetto Corsa Black Friday deals
If you've been waiting to play Assetto Corsa, now might be your best chance – you can get both the standard and Prestige Edition of Assetto Corsa at Game for £19.99 on PS4 and Xbox One as part of their Black Friday week.
Project CARS Black Friday deals
Two years on, and Project CARS is still the best racing simulator on consoles. The Project CARS Game of the Year Edition which includes plenty of additional content is currently on sale on the PlayStation store for £19.99, or you can get a physical copy for even less at Argos for £17.99.
Need for Speed Black Friday deals
If you're looking for an arcade racing game experience, Need for Speed has been reduced to only £11.99 on the PlayStation store for the standard edition and £15.99 for the Deluxe Edition. On the Xbox One, you can get the standard edition for £13.20 on the Xbox store with Xbox Gold and the Deluxe Edition for £16.50.
WRC 6 Black Friday deals
WRC 6 is just over a month old, yet is currently half price on the PlayStation Store at £24.99 – definitely worth a purchase if you're looking for an approachable alternative to DiRT Rally.
TrackMania Turbo Black Friday deals
TrackMania Turbo was one of the best surprises of the year. Its compulsive gameplay and track creator provides hours of entertainment (and frustration), making it a bargain at £15.00 on the Xbox Store.