The FIA Certified Gran Turismo Championships arrive in Sydney on February 15 and 16. The Gran Turismo World Tour Sydney event is the first of the 2020 season and will take place at the Big Top in Luna Park in front of a live audience and the TV cameras that will broadcast the spectacular racing around the world.
Fifty of the world’s fastest Gran Turismo racers will fly in from Europe, the Americas, Asia and New Zealand to join some home-grown talent in two competitions — the Manufacturer Series, that pits 12 teams of three representing different manufacturers against each other, and the Nations Cup, an individual competition with 24 players representing their respective countries.
Australian hopes will ride high with regular front-runner Cody Nikola Latkovski having finished second in both the Nations Cup and Manufacturer Series at the 2019 World Finals in Monaco in November. Latkovski will be joined at the Sydney event by former GT Academy winner Matt Simmons and World Tour-regular Adam Wilk.
The event will be streamed around the world but you can also watch the race live in person at the Big Top in Luna Park Sydney, Australia.
I live in Sydney and want to see the competition live. Where do I go?
For all racing fans within Sydney area, we are excited to invite you to witness the two-day competition live in person at the Big Top in Sydney’s Luna Park. This is your golden opportunity to be part of the exciting competition and also your chance to meet the best Gran Turismo Sport players from around the world together with members of the Polyphony Digital Development Team.
Seats and entry to the Big Top Sydney are limited to first come, first serve basis so be sure to register from the link below: https://www.gran-turismo.com/world/gtsport/worldtour2020/sydney/
I want to see the competition live, but I don’t live in Sydney.
Win a VIP Weekend at the “Gran Turismo World Tour 2020 – Sydney with TAG Heuer
From January 24-31, 2020, take your chance to win an exclusive stay in Sydney for the opening round of the 2020 FIA Gran Turismo Championships, courtesy of Tag Heuer: a unique opportunity to attend the Nations Cup and Manufacturer Series live events, take part in the Pro-Am competition, and meet with the creator of the Gran Turismo Series Kazunori Yamauchi!
The lucky winner will be in for a unique treat, a behind-the-scenes experience of the FIA Gran Turismo Championships. An all-organized trip for two (2) people to Sydney — from February 13-17 — for the first GT World Tour event of 2020, including:
- Entry for two (2) to attend the first GT World Tour of the 2020 FIA Certified Gran Turismo Championships in Sydney (Australia);
- Return Business Class flights for two (2) from the Winner’s home country to Sydney:
- Outbound date: February 13
- Return date: February 17
- Four (4) night’s stay at a hotel in Sydney; one (1) double hotel room with two beds
- Transport to and from Sydney Airport to the hotel, on the dates of the outbound and return flights
- All meals during the GT World Tour event (from February 13-17)
- Meet & Greet with Kazunori Yamauchi
- One (1) entry for the Winner in the Pro-Am Race competition during the event
for your chance to win.
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Where else can I see the action?
You can catch the event through our live stream through https://www.gran-turismo.com/world/live/ at the following times:
- Manufacturer Series: Friday, Feb 14, 9:00PM PST
- Nations Cup: Saturday, Feb 15, 9:00PM PST
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Source: PlayStation Blog