As engines are roaring to life and rain is relentlessly pouring down, the atmosphere at the Japan Grand Prix is charged with anticipation and uncertainty. The pristine track that once promised speed and precision now glistens with raindrops, becoming a treacherous ribbon of asphalt demanding the utmost skill and concentration from the drivers.

Heavy Rain introduces two new racing tracks. The Japan Grand Prix happens just after a torrential rain and large puddles remain in front of treacherous curves, decreasing your ability to slow down. The infamous Mexico track offers a thrilling experience for veteran drivers, with its multiple chicanes requiring speed and skill. Take part in the 1964 Championship season and discover the new Air Intakes upgrade cards that will help cool down your car and overcome the dangers of these new tracks. This expansion also includes all components for an extra player to join your races.

NOT A STAND-ALONE GAME! Requires an original copy of Heat to play.
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  • 1 giant double-sided board (2 tracks)
  • 15 Heat cards & 5 Stress cards
  • 15 Upgrade cards
  • 7 Sponsorship cards
  • 4 Event cards
  • 1 Scorepad
  • 1 Rules booklet
  • 2 Track cards
  • 1 race car and matching gear pawn
  • 1 player mat
  • 12 Basic card

Asger Harding Granerud

Asger is very much a traditional gamer. Started as a card gamer around age 6, and picked up chess a couple years later. Then came Magic the Gathering, which again was displaced by 15 years of Warhammer Fantasy Battle. In fact he is a former Fantasy world champion with the Danish national team!

Daniel Skjold Pedersen

Born in 1981, Daniel is living in Copenhagen with his partner Julie and their two kids, Ellen and Otto. Games and play have been a big part of his life, first as a child and then again in his adult life since he re-discovered board games a decade ago.

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