Realistic racing game Project Cars will have 110 courses and 30 locations at launch, developer Slightly Mad Studios has announced.

The courses and locations are based on real tracks from around the world, including famous spots like Nürburgring in Germany, Zhuhai International Circuit in China, Chesterfield in the United Kingdom, and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France.

Most locations will have multiple layouts for different types of races, which is how Project Cars reaches the impressive 110 courses mark. The California State Route 1, for example, has five different configurations.

You can find the full list of courses and locations on Project Cars’ website.

Following a succession of delays to the project on at least three occasions, the racing sim is now due to ship in the Americas on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on Friday May 6. The UK market will get the game on May 8.

Developer Slightly Mad Studios has plans to ship a version on Wii U, but details on the release date for this remain vague.