On April 12th of 2017, a little 14 year old boy by the name of Kacper decided to go on his phone. The little boy was searching desperately for more GT Sport Closed Beta news. You see, Kacper was madly in love with the Gran Turismo franchise. His first GT was GT3, which he watched his big brother play as a small toddler. He was already playing racing games, especially Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, before he could even talk! But then when Kacper was searching for GT news on the internet, he suddenly stumbled upon this ‘Planet, the GTPlanet. He stumbled upon the thread of the missing “open wheel” car (which later on turned out to be the Honda 2&4 Concept). Kacper was intrigued. He then continued on his journey for more news when suddenly, he stumbled upon the “Porsche is confirmed for GT Sport” thread. The little boy was interested, excited even. He then saw the legendary Scape pictures which included a red Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991 version). Kacper’s mind was exploding, but he was then becoming skeptical about the authenticity of those pictures, until he found official PlayStation tweets confirming the arrival of Porsche to GT. The little boy’s mind exploded again, he was incredibly excited! He was out of his mind! He then decided to join GTPlanet because of how interesting the website looked like to him. He called himself @Lord Kacperov, because he liked Russian surnames. He called himself a Lord, because he wanted to be just like the Lord Yamauchi-san himself. But unfortunately, he did it without the consent of his parents. So as you can clearly see, Kacper is a very naughty boy. The naughty boy did many things on the way, like break the AuP multiple times! He learned how not to double post. He learned how not to go crazy about one small polygon edge that he noticed in a GT Sport video he found on YouTube. He learned how to obey the AuP. And he learned so much more. He got excited on the way many times. He got excited about the (back then) three new tracks, namely Blue Moon Bay, Sardegna Windmills, and the much beloved Dragon Trail. He got excited about a leaked GT Sport screenshot that confirmed the inclusion of Interlagos. He got excited about the E3 2017 trailers. He got excited about the many new cars and tracks that were shown in those trailers. He got excited about the fog conditions (which didn’t make it into the final game for some reason). He got excited about the release date trailer. He got excited about the media checking out GT Sport back in July. He got excited about the night conditions. He got excited about the Twitter videos where Kaz explained the features that were coming to GT Sport. He got excited about the car list reveal. He got excited about the full intro reveal. He got excited about the release of the game. And he got excited about the DLC announcement for GT Sport. And 335 posts and 1,158 likes later, the boy is still just as madly in love with the ‘Planet as he was 8 months ago, and he still is able to get excited a about GT Sport. His ego also got inflated by the amount of posts he made and likes he received, which may or may not be a good thing. But that’s not important anyways. Did you like my story? It took me about 40 minutes to write, just saying.