A GT evaluation is underway, looking for best GT3 /GTD/Sp9 car within GT5, that is approx. 1200 kg cars, 605 PP, RH , Front and rear Aero. Typical GT3 cars can do the mile in 27.4 seconds, 181 mph, 11 second quarter mile, 6.4 seconds to 100 mph. Does GT Sport even have 30 GR.3 cars? 30 cars were picked that could be tuned close to these specs, avoiding duplicates, SuperGT and DTM, except for 1 sample. Some 4wd models were chosen to make up the numbers. NASCAR and Ferrari 330 P4 were used as outliers, for comparison. Arbitrarily avoided the Stage 3 Turbos when tuning. Chaparral 2J no even considered. Tracks are real world, those actually in regular use for various GT3 championships around the world. The 30 cars were were divided in two and three subsets of 10 and 15 each, tracks also grouped into the short, Laguna Seca and Nürburgring D at 90 seconds and medium; Daytona, Motegi, Monza ~110 seconds laps. Cars were run in time trials Practice Mode four to six laps each, divided up to run one short and one medium track. After two events the times were compared to adjust BoP, changing the PP to drive performance to the real world. Note, real GT3 times have generally dropped the last two or three years, better tires? Impreza TC was maxxed out but was a backmarker with a last place. Dropped for next phase. The Lexus IS-F RM also was tuned to max but trailed with a last place. Dropped for next phase. The Skyline GT-R R33 TC has a last place and is dropped, tuned to max 600PP just doesn’t have the pace. #48 NASCAR Chevy was slow with two last places, but gets a 10 PP boost and will move on. Similarly the Ferrari lagged but will try again with a 9 PP lift. So 27 move on to Fuji, Suzuka and Nurburgring F, after those time trials will do another BoP adjustment, cut the bottom 15, then Spa and Sarthe. Will cut the field to 8 for finals at the Nürburgring VLN course.