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Challenge an F1 Driver with the "Red Bull Beat The Pro" Online Event in Gran Turismo Sport!

Red Bull announced the "Red Bull Beat The Pro" online event in Gran Turismo Sport on October 11. Players will be able to challenge FIA Formula One World Championship drivers Max Verstappen and Alex Albon from the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team, and special guest star Red Bull Junior driver Yuki Tsunoda from the FIA Formula 2 Championship!

This event was created in response to the cancellation of this year's Japan Grand Prix, which has been run since 1987, and to provide an opportunity for Japanese motorsports fans around the world to enjoy racing under the banner #RaceTogether.

GT Sport players will be able to participate in the event from Wednesday, October 14 to Sunday, November 1, and try to beat these professional drivers' best times!

Event Details

Title Red Bull Beat The Pro
Schedule Wednesday, 14 October - Sunday, 1 November
Details Challenge the fastest lap times from Max Verstappen and Alex Albon in Gran Turismo Sport.
(In addition, you can also challenge the fastest lap of the special guest, Yuki Tsunoda.)
How to enter Start Gran Turismo Sport during the event period, and select [Sport] - > [Time Trial] -> [Red Bull Beat The Pro] in the menu to record your lap time.
Track Suzuka Circuit
Car SF19 Super Formula (Special Event Car)
Official Website
Note Please note that there are no prizes offered for winning. Please refer to the event official website or Twitter account ( to see the best lap times of the drivers.

Introducing the Red Bull Athletes

Max Verstappen

Age: 23
Nationality: Dutch
2020 Record: FIA F1 World Championship
Driver Ranking: 3rd (147 points)
(8 Podiums, 1 Win)

Alexander (Alex) Albon

Age: 24
Nationality: Thai
2020 Record: FIA F1 World Championship
Driver Ranking: 7th
(1 Podium, highest finish: 3rd)

Yuki Tsunoda

Age: 20
Nationality: Japanese
2020 Record: FIA F2 Championship
Driver Ranking: 3rd
(1 Podium, 2 Wins)

(Statistics correct as of 12 October 2020.)