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Issues Raised in Gran Turismo World Series Nations Cup 2023/24

Issues Raised in Gran Turismo World Series Nations Cup 2023/24

The Gran Turismo World Series Nations Cup 2022/24 Exhibition Series is a fantastic event, however some issues have been raised with consequences.

Some important information has come out with some issues raised for the Gran Turismo World Series’ Nations Cup 2022/24 Exhibition Series. Some users may be disappointed as some cars will be removed from the roster and selection lineup. Hopefully, you have not put too much time into these cars listed below and can find an ideal replacement before the event starts on Saturday September 23rd, get to it!

An issue has been found with some event cars planned for use in Round 1 of the ‘Gran Turismo World Series’ Nations Cup 2022/24 Exhibition Series, scheduled to start on Saturday, 23 September. As a consequence, the following vehicles have been removed from the selection line-up:

・ Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray ’14
・ Ford GT ’06
・ Mazda RX-VISION ’15
・ Mercedes AMG GT S ’14
・ Nissan Z Performance ’23
・ Porsche 911 GT3 (996) ’01
・ Toyota Supra RZ ’97

Due to this change, the practice time rankings for this round has now been reset.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused to our players.

Round 1: 23 September 2023

– Car Used: Event-Specified Car
– BoP/Tuning Prohibited: Off
– Car Settings: Specified
– Track: Deep Forest Raceway
– Useable Tyre & Types: Sports: Medium
– Required Tyre Type Change: None
– Minimum No. of Pit Stops: None
– Qualifying Time: 5 Minutes
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Qualifier): Off | Tyre Wear Rate (Qualifier): 1x [GT1 League] / Off [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]
– No. of Laps: 12
– Fuel Consumption Rate (Final): 1x | Tyre Wear Rate (Final): 1x
– Mechanical Damage: Heavy [GT1 League] / Light [GT2 & GT3 Leagues]


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