I honestly hope there would be more of these in the future, as I'm currently having a lot of fun with the BMW M3 GT, seeing how it's a non-GT3 race car included in Gr.3 and could hold its own against proper GT3 cars in said class. That made me peruse through the ginormous car catalogue from GT6 to see what PD could bring back in order to add more variety to the class (I think I mentioned in a separate thread that the Ford GT LM was in Gr.2, I checked, it's in Gr.3, my bad), and the list of potential candidates was so huge I had to narrow it down a lot to around 6 or 7 cars. Here is what I'm looking forward to: 1. Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 LM Yes, it's a fictional race car. Yes, you could argue that we already have the Corvette C7 Gr.3 which is also fictional (in extension you could also argue that these fictional Gr.3 cars are the successors to the LM cars in past GT games, then again we have the Ford GT LM Spec II so why not), but I think it wouldn't hurt to pay respect to one of the cars that played a significant part in the Quick Match events back in GT6, the progenitor of Sport Mode. It was there in the beginning, and I think it would be amazing if it could witness the end result of what it has helped build. 2. Lister Storm V12 Race Car Ahhh yes, the Storm. I think it's safe to say that this car is well-known amongst Gran Turismo 2 veterans. The attention-grabbing yellow and green livery coupled with the massive and boxy silhouette makes for an imposing racing machine. Sadly, from what I noticed, its popularity has dwindled with each successive entry in the GT franchise, constantly getting buried underneath the slew of new cars they come along with, racing or not. Bringing this car back in GT Sport would give the car a new lease of life, and would certainly hit Gran Turismo 2 veterans right in their nostalgia glands. 3. Lamborghini NOMAD Diablo GT-1 OR Lamborghini Diablo GT2 A toss-up between two racing Diablos. I won't blame you if you lean (heavily) towards the GT-1 because it's had a long history with the franchise, plus it's quite a competitive car in its PP range, unlike the GT2 which tries its absolute damndest to live up to its namesake and kill you. But hey, with GT Sport's new tire model I think the GT2 has a fair shot in the Gr.3 class. Plus it's a Premium car back in GT6, and from what I can tell it looks better than the GT-1. 4. Ford AU Falcon XR8 In the event that we don't get a proper roster of Australian V8 Supercars in the franchise again (for the 3rd time ), I would LOVE to see the Falcon XR8 be thrown into the Gr.3 mix, should it ever return. Like the Lister Storm, it too was buried underneath the slew of new cars with each successive entry in the franchise, and it too could use a new lease of life. 5. Jaguar XJ220 LM OR Pagani Zonda LM Another toss-up. YES, I KNOW. There is A TONNNNN of LM race cars in the GT6 roster that could also fit perfectly in Gr.3 (like the C6 Z06), but out of all the older LM race cars available, the XJ220 has the closest specs in terms of power and weight. Nearly 1200 kgs, and above 500 horsepower. Sure it has a 5-speed gearbox but that won't be a problem since it's fictional, PD could simply toss in another forward gear to bring it up to par with the GT3 cars. As for the Zonda, you would think that its specs are a bit too much for Gr.3, but then again, so is the Ford GT LM Spec II and moreso the Viper GT3-R. A little BoP should take care of the performance gap. 5. Audi R8 LMS Ultra Am I the only one who prefers the older R8 than the current one? Anyone? No? Okay.