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2023 Gran Turismo World Series Manufacturers Cup

2023 Gran Turismo World Series Manufacturers Cup

The Gran Turismo World Series Manufacturers Cup 2023 Series will take place from 7 June to 1 July.

Another great sim racing event on the PlayStation platform with the 2023 Gran Turismo World Series Manufacturers Cup Series will be firing up into action from June 7th through to July 1st.

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Gran Turismo World Series 2023 Overview
https://www.gran-turismo.com/world/gt7/championships/gtws2023/

Race details and schedule for each round are listed below.

1. Race Schedule and Entry Slots (EMEA Region)

GT1 League
・All Rounds (Saturdays): 14:00, 16:00, 18:00 UTC
・All Rounds (Wednesdays): 17:00, 19:00, 21:00 UTC

GT2 & GT3 Leagues
・All Rounds (Saturdays): 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:00, 18:00 UTC
・All Rounds (Wednesdays): 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 17:00, 18:00, 19:00, 20:00, 21:00 UTC

Players may enter the event 15 minutes before the start time.

2. Effective Points

The points from the best three rounds will count towards the final score. Please note that while players may join multiple race slots during a round, only the points from the last race entered will count for that round.

For example:
– After three rounds, the points from the best round will count towards the final score.
– After six rounds, the points from the two best rounds will count towards the final score.
– After seven rounds, the points from the three best rounds will count towards the final score.

3. Race Schedule

Round 1: 7 June 2023
– Car Used: Garage Car
– Category: Gr.4
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On (Low-speed)
– Car Settings: Partially Allowed [Brake Balance]
– Track: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya National Layout
– Useable Tyre & Types: Racing: Medium
– Required Tyre Type Change: None
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: 1
– Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 2x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 23 [GT1 League] / 15 [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 1x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 2x

Round 2: 10 June 2023
– Car Used: Garage Car
– Category: Gr.4
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On (Mid-speed)
– Car Settings: Partially Allowed [Brake Balance]
– Track: Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta
– Useable Tyre & Types: Racing: Hard
– Required Tyre Type Change: None
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: None
– Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 3x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 20 [GT1 League] / 15 [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 2x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 3x

Round 3: 14 June 2023
– Car Used: Garage Car
– Category: Gr.3
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On (High-speed)
– Car Settings: Partially Allowed [Brake Balance]
– Track: Nürburgring Endurance
– Useable Tyre & Types: Racing: Hard / Intermediate / Heavy Wet
– Required Tyre Type Change: None
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: None
– Qualifying Time: 12 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 4x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 7 [GT1 League] / 3 [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 2x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 4x

Round 4: 17 June 2023
– Car Used: Garage Car
– Category: Gr.3
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On (Low-speed)
– Car Settings: Partially Allowed [Brake Balance]
– Track: Sardegna – Road Track – B
– Useable Tyre & Types: Racing: Hard / Racing: Medium
– Required Tyre Type Change: Racing: Hard / Racing: Medium
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: None
– Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 5x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 25 [GT1 League] / 25 [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 2x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 5x

Round 5: 21 June 2023
– Car Used: Garage Car
– Category: Gr.4
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On (High-speed)
– Car Settings: Partially Allowed [Brake Balance]
– Track: Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 24h Layout
– Useable Tyre & Types: Racing: Hard / Racing: Medium
– Required Tyre Type Change: Racing: Hard
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: None
– Qualifying Time: 6 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 4x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 16 [GT1 League] / 8 [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 2x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 4x

Round 6: 28 June 2023
– Car Used: Garage Car
– Category: Gr.3
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On (Mid-speed)
– Car Settings: Partially Allowed [Brake Balance]
– Track: Watkins Glen Long Course
– Useable Tyre & Types: Racing: Hard / Racing: Soft
– Required Tyre Type Change: Racing: Hard / Racing: Soft
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: None
– Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 3x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 20 [GT1 League] / 15 [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 1x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 3x

Round 7: 1 July 2023
– Car Used: Garage Car
– Category: Gr.3
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On (Mid-speed)
– Car Settings: Partially Allowed [Brake Balance]
– Track: Autódromo de Interlagos
– Useable Tyre & Types: Racing: Hard / Racing: Medium
– Required Tyre Type Change: Racing: Hard
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: None
– Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 4x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 30 [GT1 League] / 20 [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 1x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 4x

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

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