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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Samus, Oct 29, 2015.
Great idea, hope you keep it updated
We do have a "master" Excel (well... GoogleDocs actually) spreadsheet for GTP, but I haven't actually shared it...
Also, before I forget, March 28 is due to bring:
Super Formula Dallara SF19 Super Formula/Honda 2019 (Gr.X)
Super Formula Dallara SF19 Super Formula/Toyota 2019 (Gr.X)
Would be great if you could share it
Thanks Wolf4263. I will do my best to keep it updated. Comments on additions and corrections are welcome. Thought I would start a new thread with it unless Famine is going to with the GoogleDoc. Probably a better form to have it in vs Excel.
Here is a link for the Google Doc version
Sorry, lets try this
Thought that would just put a link in the post, but I guess it works either way.
Just to safe you from a 5th post (and get a double post warning) Ima say nice work!
The "The Always Up-To-Date Gran Turismo Sport Car List" is not up to date, as the 1.34 update cars are not listed. Anybody working on an update?
Here is the update to my list.
The fact that the McLaren F1 GTR '95 was added to Gr.3 is a fascinating development. This means that as of this most recent update, Gr.3 includes the following sorts of cars:
-FIA GT3 (e.g. Nissan GT-R GT3)
-FIA GTE (e.g. Porsche 911 RSR)
-Super GT300 (I know it's not official, but the Lancer Evo X Final Edition and WRX STI Gr.3 cars both seem awfully similar to GT300 cars in appearance.)
-FIA GT (note: not necessarily FIA GT1, which began in 2010)
This, of course, is before we consider more made-for-game racers coming to Gr.3, although I'm pretty sure I read that PD wants to focus more on real-world race cars for now, and that the made-for-game racers took a lot of work. Although we could see the return of various made-for-game racers from previous games be placed in Gr.3 (and/or Gr.4), like we've seen in GT4, as well as the PS3-era RM cars and Touring Cars.
That aside, here are the potential additions to Gr.3, now that we know that FIA GT cars would be part of it:
-Panoz Esperante GTR-1
-Nissan R390 Race Car
-Lister Storm Race Car
-Porsche 911 GT1
-Lotus Elise GT1
-Ferrari F40 GT
-Lamborghini Diablo GT1
-Bugatti EB110 SC
-Toyota Supra GT-LM
-De Tomaso Pantera
-Renault Sport Spider
-Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) LM
-Honda NSX GT1
-Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1
Naturally, I'm hoping the respective road cars/homologation specials are added, too, either in GTS or in a future title, along with commemorative models like the Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) LM Limited and the McLaren F1 LM. I do believe the Toyota GT-One (TS020) will be added to Gr.1 if it's added, however, as it's still very much in the sports prototype sort of category, which does seem to be Gr.1's defining trait. I personally think a lot of these would be added in a future title.
And on top of all this, I think the current grouping system in GTS is fine. The issue is that there's no real rules/restrictions beyond that for nearly all Sport Mode events, when I think there's tons of potential, even when just examining rulesets within various GT League events, or the untouched settings for some races like estimated pitting time. The key, I think, is to start introducing "sub-rulesets," rather than have most events be either one-make races, or have it be an "anything goes" sort of thing beyond featuring one of the major groups.
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta passo corto CN.2521 '61
Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary and Lancia Stratos (thanks @RaY29rus for spotting the latter one).
What car are you posting about?
update the list again after 1.36 update?
So this may be related to the list (sorry if not):
It would be ultimately great if we could see in the list the BOP values also.
- Audi TT Coupe 3.2 quattro '03
- Honda Fit Hybrid '14
- Porsche 962 C '88
- Renault R8 Gordini '66
- Toyota SPRINTER TRUENO GT-APEX (AE86) '83
You know, generally they will update the list after the update has dropped. Just have to exercise patience.
Maybe someone will like it
Excel-file with sorting as in the game V 1.38
It's about v 1.34, but good job!
Many ask why the cost is listed in UAH. I am from Ukraine, it is our currency. This is my Excel for work, I do races for cash. For example, a person wants an entire collection of cars, or part of a collection (very expensive cars), but doesn't want (or can't) spend so much time in the game. He pays me - I do races. Well, excel makes it clear how much it costs in a PS store and a person makes a decision whether he likes my offer or not. In addition to the low price, this person gets both bonus miles and player level.
Anyway, added value in USD. Have a good Races!