The latest expansion for racing game Forza Horizon 3 will speed you back to your childhood. Microsoft has paired up with Hot Wheels for new tracks (that snake between islands off the Australian coast no less) and ten new cars. Here are six of them, including the supercar Pagani Zonda and the rare Australian Chrysler VH Valiant Charger.The add-on is big on the stunts as well as the nostalgia, the bright tracks are promise loops, corkscrews, boost pads, high-bank turns, half-pipes and from the look of the video, rusting metal shipwrecks. The expansion will be released on May 9 for Xbox One and PC for $19.99.Forza Horizon 3 was developed by Playground Games and released last September. Set in Australia, the game won over fans and critics with its looks and the 350 cars it launched with.