Would the GT franchise need to acquire the license for famous competitions? Firstly, I mean GT is my favorite motorsports franchise. Please fans, do not take this topic as a negative review. Please. Let's talk politely. Sometimes the GT franchise bothers me in one thing. The franchise looks like a compendium or a pile of cars, without much purpose. A car shelf, an encyclopedia of brands and racing cars, but with little identity of races and championships. I think it would be great for PD to get the license for the Super GT, the DTM and the CIGT, and not just bring a handful of cars, just one or two circuits. I think PD has a lot of prestige with motosports organizations. I believe that the PD could even get sponsorship, instead of paying to use the brand of these competitions. After all, it would be a great exhibition and would attract more fans to these modes. Forza obtains licenses from IMSA and IndyCars. Although not used properly. IMO. I would be delighted if PD got the license from Super GT (Japan), DTM (Germany) and CIGT (Italy). I believe they are less onerous than Blancpain or WEC. What's more, the circuit cast would be much better. Codemasters is able to work with the F1 license, why would not PD get these national licenses? In addition, they would bring us a cast of SPECTACULAR circuits. IMO, are the three countries with the best racing track list, after the USA. Super GT: - Autopolis - Fuji - Motegi - Suzuka - Sugo - Tokachi DTM - Nurburgring - A1 Ring - Hockenheimring - Hungaroring - Zandvoort - EuroSpeedway Lausitz CIGT (Italian Champioship of the Grand Turismo) - Imola - Mugello - Monza - Vallelunga - Misano - Paul Ricard Of course this would not exclude the addition of other famous circuits, such as the americans, british and south americans circuits. PS: Sorry for my poor english.