Hello all, and welcome to the NGU (Never Give Up) Garage for Gran Turismo 6. The idea behind this garage is simple, to give helpful and friendly advice along with providing guides/walkthroughs and yes tunes of some of your favorite cars, but that will be a little far off into the future. Anyone who remembers my spec sheets from GT5, I like to have all my facts before posting tunes. About Me I love racing! Growing up in Illinois & Indiana, racing was all around me and a huge part of my life. I got started at an early age riding and racing dirt bikes, at 3 years old I was put on a Yamaha 50cc with a balance bar, hugely due to my father being involved with endurance and cross country motorcycle events. Ever since then, if it could move, I would find a way to race it. I was even a member or the Fighting Illini Roller Skating Team (Yes, roller skating for those who can remember the 80’s!) I’m a Design Engineer of RVs by trade, and my career has enabled me to design these for many companies all over the world. I’m currently involved with a project in China, which is paying the bills, but as you can imagine, it has greatly reduced my GT6 play time. I will try my best to stay as up to date with this thread as much as possible. I’ve only been a member of GTPlanet since January of 2013, but this is, arguably, the greatest site for Gran Turismo. I’ve met some amazing people on here who have not only provided great tunes, but also advice that has helped me progress as a racer. As well as being given opportunities to participate in certain tuning events and challenges. Like I said, there are some great people in the GTPlanet community and I will be posting links to most of these members’ garages, events, or tuning knowledge. If you find a thread or link that pertains to any of the subjects that are discussed, please by all means add it, and maybe some intelligent opinions…I usually try to get the thread owners’ permission before posting. Let’s face it, with GT6 being new and all, there are loads to figure out so we could all do with the most resources we can get our little grubby hands on. As the picture states, most of my tunes will be shown using a "Nintendo" setup. Yes, were talking dpads, x-throttle, and automatic transmission! So chances are, if I can do it....99.9% of anyone who starts up the game can do it. So, with all of that being said, let’s get this garage started. I hope this is beneficial to those who need it and happy racing! Enjoy!