While GT Academy produced a number of successful racing drivers over the years, they all focused on a single discipline: circuit racing. One thing it never produced was a rally… Read More »
January might not seem like a month for motorsport milestones, but January 14 does mark a very significant occasions. It was on this day in 2012 that a team of… Read More »
You can’t keep a fast driver out of a race car for long. Original GT Academy champion Lucas Ordonez’ name will be back on a car this summer, joining the… Read More »
The first ever winner of GT Academy, Lucas Ordonez, has announced on social media that he is to leave the Nissan family. Spaniard Ordonez won the first round of the… Read More »
We’re only a day away from the FIA-certified Gran Turismo Championship World Finals beginning, and the predictions are rolling in. We have already profiled the regional champions and taken a… Read More »
It’s hard to believe, but a decade has now passed since Nissan, Sony, and Gran Turismo put a gamer on the path to becoming a pro racer. It was on… Read More »
The Spanish speed-demon will return to the Endurance Cup this year.
PD get in on the festivities and perhaps show off a new spectator mode view for GT Sport…
36 finalists from 6 territories started their journey to become real-world racers last Wednesday. Find out who’s left standing as the tests continue this week.
Familiar GT Academy alumni touch on some of the less-glamorous aspects of racing.
Nismo athletes have brought new achievement into GT Academy portfolio at the popular German circuit.
The former GT Academy winner sets his sights on helping an ailing little girl through fundraising.
The 69th twice-around-the-clock event at Spa finished in favour of the BMW Motorsport team, after hours of close competition and a tricky weather forecast.
Despite severe weather conditions, this year’s Green Hell event went down to the wire.
GTPlanet’s top drivers race with Lucas on GT6, and help him prepare for next weekend’s round of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup at Silverstone!
Walkenhorst Motorsport’s #101 car – hosting the producer of the GT series – will have to start from the back of the grid at this year’s 24 hours race.
Polyphony’s head will line up on the grid in a large, turbocharged racer this weekend, but with a blue and white roundel on the nose.
The Japanese racing powerhouse announces a packed calendar for the upcoming season, as they aim to defend a tally of nine international championships.
Social media posts reveal what may be new Gran Turismo Sport screenshots along with an unreleased track in GT6.
It’s another summer of #eatsleepRACErepeat – and Bryan Heitkotter and Lucas Ordonez are taking it to heart…