Live for Speed


Release Date:
2003
Prize Money Awarded:
$11,599.14 From 9 Tournaments
Recorded Date Range:
2003-12-12 to




Live for Speed (LFS) is a racing simulator developed by a three person team comprising Scawen Roberts, Eric Bailey, and Victor van Vlaardingen. The main focus is to provide a realistic racing experience for the online multiplayer game and to allow single player races against AI cars. Users can set personal bests which can then be uploaded to LFSWorld in hotlap mode, and take driving lessons in 'training' mode.

LFS is entirely distributed via the Internet. It can be downloaded and installed for free from the official website, but unlocking all of the features requires purchasing a license. Without a license it functions as a feature-limited demo, with only one track and three cars available.



Online/LAN Breakdown


LocationPrize Money% of Total
Online Only$2,380.0020.52%
Offline/LAN$9,219.1479.48%

Top Countries


 Country NamePrize Money
1.Germany Germany$9,019.72
2.United Kingdom United Kingdom$1,190.00
3.Lithuania Lithuania$595.00
4.Finland Finland$446.25
5.Austria Austria$199.42
6.Poland Poland$83.30
7.Brazil Brazil$65.45