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Announcing the 'GR Supra GT Cup' Competition Details

Details have now been released regarding the ‘GR Supra GT Cup’, the first global One-Make Championship in Gran Turismo Sport.

This is part of the e-Motorsport activities that Toyota GAZOO Racing has started this year, involving one-make races using the GR Supra RZ. Going beyond the boundaries of the real and the virtual, the feedback and evaluations gained through this championship will be used to shape the future of the Supra product in the real world.

The 'GR Supra GT Cup', held for the first time this year, will consist of 13 Rounds online starting from 27 April, with the top players from the rankings proceeding to the Final, a live event scheduled for Autumn that will determine the prestigious inaugural champion.

We hope you look forward to seeing the exciting drama and heated close battles that only a same level playing field provided by a one-make race can provide.

For more details about the rules and entry requirements, please see the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing 'GR Supra GT Cup' special website.

■ GR Supra GT Cup Details

Championship Name GR Supra GT Cup
Schedule April – October 2019
Locations Qualifying: Online, worldwide (13 Rounds)

Final: A live event is to be held in Tokyo (October) in conjunction with the FIA GT Championships
Rounds Qualifying: 13 Rounds year-through

Final: 1 Round

■ Race Calendar

Online Qualifying

Round Schedule Track
Rd.1 27 April Fuji International Speedway (Japan)
Rd.2 4 May Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Grand Prix Layout (Spain)
Rd.3 11 May Blue Moon Bay Speedway (USA)
Rd.4 18 May Circuit de la Sarthe (France)
Rd.5 25 May Nürburgring 24h (Germany)
Rd.6 29 June Red Bull Ring (Austria)
Rd.7 6 July Autódromo De Interlagos (Brazil)
Rd.8 13 July Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit (Australia)
Rd.9 27 July Tokyo Expressway - South Inner Loop (Japan)
Rd.10 3 August Willow Springs International Raceway: Big Willow (USA)
Rd.11 10 August Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Italy)
Rd.12 17 August Suzuka Circuit (Japan)
Rd.13 7 September Nürburgring 24h (Germany)


Round Schedule Track
Final Round Late October (TBA)

(Please note the dates and tracks are subject to change.)

■ Race Hours

Participant Regions Start Times
Asia 19:00 (JST)
Oceania 16:00 (AEST) / 18:00 (NZST)
Europe/Middle East/Africa 16:00 (UTC)
North America 14:00 (PDT) / 17:00 (EDT)
Central & South America 18:00 (BRT) / 16:00 (CDT)

(The racing hours for Rd.4, Rd.5 and Rd.13 will start 30 minutes earlier. Please note the racing hours are subject to change.)