Blur fancies itself as a social networking racing game, because the game focuses a lot of players working and playing together, up to 20 online at a time. Naturally, you can have more friends in their “Racebook” (Facebook….Racebook….get it?), and you can set up custom races, share race data and photos, challenge your friends and all sorts of nifty stuff. This is above and beyond your typical Xbox Live or PSN friends list, I might add. Anyway, for more details and a look at some of the features that “bring people together” for this slick-looking arcade racer, check the video trailer after the break.