With the final races of the 2021 Exhibition Series in the Gran Turismo Online Championship set to take place in around 24 hours, the announcement of a start date for the 2022 championship has caused something of a stir.
The official Gran Turismo Sport FIA Exhibition Series will be starting up again on October 20, allowing players to build their Driver and Sportsmanship ratings and get more experience with the FIA format which looks set to continue into Gran Turismo 7.
The second stage of the official Gran Turismo Sport 2020 FIA Online Championship comes to a close this weekend. That means we’re only a few days away from the third and final stage starting up, and PD has duly revealed the calendar that will round out the season.
The latest Gran Turismo Sport update arrived earlier today, bringing along some new content and a few changes under the hood. However, there’s a much more significant and surprising change afoot, which could radically alter the official 2020 FIA Season for many hopeful finalists.
Update: On May 8, Polyphony Digital pushed out a new set of Terms and Conditions in the UK for the game’s FIA mode, which modified the “Prizes” section. Previous versions of the rules included laid out Live Event attendance as a prize — including flights, transfers, hotel, and meals — with a value of around $3,000, and trophies where applicable.
After circumstances dictated that Polyphony Digital had to transmute the original first ten races of the 2020 FIA Season into an Exhibition Series, it’s ready to start again for real. The official 2020 FIA Online Championship season restarts this coming Saturday, April 25.
If you were planning on a nice evening of FIA races in GT Sport last weekend, technology seemed to have a different idea. Players around the globe reported server issues across the weekend, with Sunday’s event particularly badly hit.
Another major sporting event has fallen victim to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, this time in the world of esports. GT Sport’s second World Tour 2020 event, scheduled to take place at the Nurburgring in May on the weekend of the 24h race there, is off.
If you want to stand at the top of the GT Sport world at the end of this year, it all starts here. The first races of the official 2020 FIA Certified Online Championship season start this week, with the first of four blocks of ten races from now until September.
GT Sport’s first World Tour event of the year is still fresh in our minds, but already it’s time to prepare for the next stage. The Pre-Season for 2020 FIA Online Championship gets underway this week, ahead of the full season starting in mid-March.
Details have just slipped out regarding the first Gran Turismo World Tour of the 2020 FIA-Certified Online Championships. For the first time ever, the World Tour will visit Australia, with the event scheduled for February 14-16 in Sydney.
We’ve only just closed out the second season of GT Sport’s 2019/20 FIA Exhibition Series, but the third is already upon us. It’s a little sooner than you might think as well, so be sure to read on so you don’t end up getting caught out.
March 2019 doesn’t seem all that long ago. That was when Kazunori Yamauchi took to the stage in Paris, adjacent to the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile headquarters itself, to reveal the plans for the 2019 FIA season.