Brazil’s Igor Fraga endured a weekend of drama as big rival Liam Lawson retook the lead of the Toyota Racing Series. The GT Sport world champion had to fight from the back in the feature race, but takes the title challenge through to next week’s final round at Manfeild.
Brazilian GT Sport world champion Igor Fraga may currently be leading the Toyota Racing Series, but already his eyes are on the next stage of his motorsport career. This summer he’ll move up to his highest level of competition yet, in the FIA Formula 3 Championship.
The latest Gran Turismo World Tour event in New York City exploded in controversy after the Nations Cup final. The drama began after reigning champion Igor Fraga defended against an attack by Mikail Hizal with a contentious move, lifting off the throttle just as the pair passed over Eau Rouge and up Spa Francorchamp’s famous Radillion.
There was a lot to digest from Gran Turismo’s most recent World Tour event at the Nurburgring. It had close, unpredictable racing, it revealed some tantalizing new content for GT Sport, and put the race stewards squarely in the spotlight of controversy. In the end, it wrote a memorable chapter in the 2019 season of the FIA-certified Gran Turismo Championship.
Igor Fraga is taking a break from collecting podiums on the race track — digitally and physically — to take part in the historic Mille Miglia. Not only that, he’ll be sharing driving duties with Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi.
Are you planning on competing in Gran Turismo Sport’s one-make race series for the new Toyota Supra? Need some tips before the first round kicks off tomorrow? No less than the reigning Nations Cup champion is here to help.
Brazil’s Igor Fraga is going to have a busy schedule this year. Not only will he be defending his title in the 2019 FIA-Certified Gran Turismo Championship, he’ll be duking it out on track in a full-blown open-wheel race car.