GT Sport Nations Cup Stage 2 Starting May 1

EsportsGran Turismo Sport 4 April 26, 2019 by

The first stage of the 2019 FIA-Certified GT Sport Online Championship Nations Cup is almost in the bag. There’s only one more race to go, with Gr.3 cars at Suzuka this coming Saturday.

Right on time then, Polyphony Digital has announced the details for the second set of ten rounds. At stake: a place at the New York World Tour event in August.

This second stage gets underway on May 1 and runs right through the month until June 1. After that it’s another short break before the third stage starts on June 8. The races and dates are as follows:

    • Round 11 — May 1
      • Track: Tokyo Expressway – South Outer Loop, 9 laps
      • Car: N300 – Garage Car
      • Tires: Sports Hard
      • Fuel use: 6x
      • Tire use: 16x
    • Round 12 — May 4
      • Track: Autodrome Lago Maggiore – GP, 9 laps
      • Car: Gr.1 – Garage Car
      • Tires: Racing Hard, Racing Medium
      • Fuel use: 8x
      • Tire use: 13x
    • Round 13 — May 8
      • Track: Fuji International Speedway, 11 laps
      • Car: Gr.2 – Garage Car
      • Tires: Racing Hard, Racing Medium
      • Fuel use: 7x
      • Tire use: 16x
    • Round 14 — May 11
      • Track: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, 11 laps
      • Car: Super Formula Dallara SF19 Super Formula
      • Tires: Racing Medium, Racing Soft
      • Fuel use: 7x
      • Tire use: 25x
    • Round 15 — May 15
      • Track: Mount Panorama, 9 laps
      • Car: Gr.3 – Garage Car
      • Tires: Racing Hard, Racing Medium
      • Fuel use: 5x
      • Tire use: 25x
    • Round 16 — May 18
      • Track: Tsukuba Circuit, 13 laps
      • Car: Toyota Sprinter Trueno 3door 1600GT APEX (AE86) ’83
      • Tires: Comfort Medium
      • Fuel use: 8x
      • Tire use: 30x
    • Round 17 — May 22
      • Track: Blue Moon Bay Speedway, 19 laps
      • Car: Gran Turismo Red Bull X2014 Junior
      • Tires: Racing Soft
      • Fuel use: 10x
      • Tire use: 4x
    • Round 18 — May 25
      • Track: Tokyo Expressway – East Outer Loop, 9 laps
      • Car: Gr.1 – Garage Car
      • Tires: Racing Hard, Racing Medium
      • Fuel use: 6x
      • Tire use: 26x
    • Round 19 — May 29
      • Track: Autodromo Nazionale Monza, 9 laps
      • Car: Gr.3 – Garage Car
      • Tires: Racing Hard
      • Fuel use: 6x
      • Tire use: 26x
    • Round 20 — June 1
      • Track: Kyoto Driving Park – Yamagiwa, 10 laps
      • Car: N500 – Garage Car
      • Tires: Sports Soft
      • Fuel use: 5x
      • Tire use: 9x

Following the end of stage 2, the top ranked eligible players, according to their best three results in these ten rounds, will be eligible for the World Tour event in New York in August. The winner in New York will then join Nicolas Rubilar — and the winner of the Nurburgring World Tour event in July — at the World Final in November.

There’ll be two further chances to qualify for the World Tour events in Salzburg and Tokyo with the third and fourth stages of the competition later in the year.

Featured image courtesy of Safoo.

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