GTPlanet GT Sport Photo Mode Competition 20 Now Open

Gran Turismo Sport 33 August 14, 2018 by

What cars would you consider modern classics? That’s the question that inspires this latest GT Sport Photo Mode Competition, and we’re excited to see what the GTPlanet community comes up with.

But before we can get to that, there’s the small matter of our last theme’s poll to attend to.

PMC 19 Poll Now Open

It might be more appropriate to refer to this one as a scavenger hunt. Our last theme was “Camouflage 2.0”, and as you’d expect given the name, spotting some of the cars here isn’t easy.

Our community has hidden all sorts of cars across GT Sport, and now it’s your turn to vote on who did it best. Happy hunting!

Vote for the GTPlanet GTS PMC 19 right here!

This Fortnight’s Theme

If the last theme was all about standing out with bright, bold itasha liveries, this one is possibly the polar opposite. We’ll let Raphaele explain:

“A new era of classic car has emerged over the past few years – the Europeans call them ‘youngtimers’, cars that aren’t yet considered vintage but have already reached collectible status. Recent updates to GTS have seen many cars added that fit this ethos, from iconic supercars such as the F40, F1 and Diablo, to classic touring cars like the E30 M3 and R32 GTR and even Kei cars like the Honda Beat.”

CARS: Any car made from 1980-2002
LIVERIES: Yes (though I’d prefer to see ‘period correct’ liveries)
LOCATIONS: Any
SCAPES: Any
UNIQUE RESTRICTIONS: See above

How To Enter

Want to enter any of the GTPlanet Photo Mode Competitions? You’ll need to become a member of our forums first — you can sign up here.

Next, you’ll want to submit your image. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get your image ready for the submission. Once you’ve done that, post the FINAL ENTRY in this week’s associated forum thread. That’s it!

Competition Rules

For the full list of competition rules, click right here. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to send me a message.

Featured image courtesy of Stiggy.

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