Toyota Gazoo Racing has announced outline details of the new GR Supra GT Cup, the first global one-make race series for Gran Turismo Sport on PlayStation®1 4 (PS4®)
This year Toyota Gazoo Racing is adding e-motorsports to its championship-winning race and rally activities, to make motorsport and sports cars more accessible and enjoyable for people of all ages, all around the world. It hopes that new Gran Turismo GR Supra2 drivers will provide feedback that will help Toyota enhance the real-world model in years to come.
The GR Supra GT Cup will run from April to October 2019 with 13 preliminary rounds worldwide, culminating in a final at the Tokyo Motor Show. To be eligible to take part, participants must own Gran Turismo Sport for PS4® and PS4® software, and must also own a GR Supra on Gran Turismo. The age qualification is six years or older3.
Fuji International Speedway, Japan
Cirucuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain
Blue Moon Speedway, USA
Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France
Red Bull Ring, Austria
Autódromo José Carlos Pace, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Mount Panorama, Australia
Tokyo Expressway: South Inner Loop, Japan
Willow Springs International Raceway, USA
L’Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Italy
Suzuka Circuit, Japan
The start time for competitors in the UK will be 17:00 BST, except for rounds 4, 5 and 13 which will start 30 minutes earlier. The schedule and timings may be subject to change. Entries for each race will open 15 minutes before the start time, in Gran Turismo’s ‘Sports Mode’.
Detailed information, including the circuits featured for each round, will be published in due course in the GR Supra GT Cup section of the Toyota Gazoo Racing website, https://toyotagazooracing.com/e-motorsports.
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3 Under the laws of participating countries, even if participants are in the top qualifying rounds online, those who are under the age of 13 years may not be able to participate in the final (real event).