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Opening of the ‘Road to GT7' Series
2022/01/28

From Saturday, 5 February to Saturday, 26 February, we will be hosting the ‘Road to GT7' Series, a special championship leading up to the release of Gran Turismo 7.

This event, which marks the final official tournament to be held on Gran Turismo Sport, is open to all players as before. Matchmaking will be split into five Regions, with the top two scoring of the total four Rounds counting towards players’ effective points score.

Event details and schedules of each round are as below.

■ Effective Points

In the 'Road to GT7' Series, the final score will be tallied from the best 1/2 Rounds out of the total number of rounds held (with half numbers rounded up).

Road to GT7 Series Calculation
- At the end of Round 2, the points from the best Round will count towards the final score.
- At the end of Round 4, the points from the best two Rounds will count towards the final score.

■ Race Schedule and Entry Slots

The race schedule and opening slots for each round is as below. Players may enter the event 15 minutes before the start time.

- Rounds 1-4 (Saturdays): 17:00, 18:20, 19:40, 21:00, 22:20 CST (5 races in total)

‘Road to GT7' Series Race Schedule

■Round 1: Saturday, 5 February 2022
 - Category: N300
 - Car: Car from Garage
 - Track: Tokyo Expressway – South Inner Loop
 - Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
 - Race Length: 10 Laps
 - Start Type: Rolling Start
 - Tyres Available: Sports Medium
 - Required Tyre Type: None
 - Fuel Consumption During Qualifying: None
 - Tyre Wear During Qualifying: None
 - Fuel Consumption During Final: 5x
 - Tyre Wear During Final: 8x
 - BoP (Balance of Performance): Enabled
 - Tuning: Available

■Round 2: Saturday, 12 February 2022
 - Category: Gr.3
 - Car: Car from Garage
 - Track: Suzuka Circuit
 - Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
 - Race Length: 16 Laps
 - Start Type: Grid Start (False Start Check)
 - Tyres Available: Racing Hard / Medium / Soft
 - Required Tyre Type: Racing Hard / Medium / Soft
 - Fuel Consumption During Qualifying: None
 - Tyre Wear During Qualifying: None
 - Fuel Consumption During Final: 2x
 - Tyre Wear During Final: 6x
 - BoP (Balance of Performance): Enabled
 - Tuning: Available

■Round 3: Saturday, 19 February 2022
 - Car Type: Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 Shifter
 - Car: Car from Garage
 - Track: Red Bull Ring Short Track
 - Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
 - Race Length: 20 Laps
 - Start Type: Rolling Start
 - Tyres Available: Sports Soft
 - Required Tyre Type: None
 - Fuel Consumption During Qualifying: None
 - Tyre Wear During Qualifying: None
 - Fuel Consumption During Final: None
 - Tyre Wear During Final: 10x
 - BoP (Balance of Performance): Disabled
 - Tuning: Available

■Round 4: Saturday, 26 February 2022
 - Category: Gr.4
 - Car: Car from Garage
 - Track: Alsace - Village
 - Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
 - Race Length: 12 Laps
 - Start Type: Rolling Start
 - Tyres Available: Racing Medium
 - Required Tyre Type: None
 - Fuel Consumption During Qualifying: None
 - Tyre Wear During Qualifying: None
 - Fuel Consumption During Final: 1x
 - Tyre Wear During Final: 1x
 - BoP (Balance of Performance): Enabled
 - Tuning: Available

As in previous championships, 'Victory Bonuses' will be distributed in-game at the end of the Series according to the results.

Please note that competition schedules and regulations may still be subject to further changes.

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