Almost two years on from becoming official partners, Fanatec and Gran Turismo have announced an enhanced relationship as the peripheral manufacturer becomes the official steering wheel partner of the game’s flagship esports championship, the Gran Turismo World Series.
After a break in real-world racing following the controversial events at the end of the 2020 FIA Formula 3 championship, Igor Fraga will be returning to action this season in Japan’s major national racing series.
Polyphony Digital has unveiled its new artificially intelligent driving system named “Gran Turismo Sophy”, developed in collaboration with Sony AI. It will be included in Gran Turismo 7 via a future update.
GT Sport’s first world champion Igor Fraga has put in an eye-catching performance during the Formula 3 post-season test at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Making his debut for his new Hitech team, for which he’ll drive in 2021, Fraga completed almost 150 laps, and recorded the fifth fastest lap of anyone during the two-day test.
After picking up his first point of the season last weekend, GT Sport World Champion Igor Fraga could have been forgiven for some optimism in Barcelona this week. Indeed in our exclusive interview, the Brazilian was looking forward to more progress and putting the memories of the first few races behind him.
Spielberg has not proven a happy hunting ground for 2018 GT Sport world champion, and 2020 Toyota Racing Series champion Igor Fraga. For the second time in a week, the Brazilian has come away from Austria’s Red Bull Ring without a point to show for his efforts, thanks to technical issues with his Charouz.