Gran Turismo Championships 2020 Regional Finals Start November 22

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So far, the 2020 season of the FIA Certified Gran Turismo Championships has given us a lot of interesting battles. Over a four-month period, there’s been 30 races that have seen the world’s top drivers taking part. With the season almost complete, all that’s left are the Regional Finals and World Finals of the 2020 FIA GT Championship series. The first of the three Regional Finals is scheduled on November 22.

The Nations Cup Regional Finals is divided into three major regions. All of the competition is going to take place online and the results determine which drivers advance to the World Finals. The Regional Finals are:

  • Europe/Middle East/Africa
    • Day: November 22
    • Time: 10:00 AM EST
  • North/South Americas
    • Day: November 29
    • Time: 12:00 PM EST
  • Asia/Oceania
    • Day: December 6
    • Time: 8:00 AM EST

The top drivers of the Regional Finals then proceed to the World Final. However, they won’t be the only ones competing as they’ll be joined by the winners of the World Tour Sydney, as well as those from the Online Series. These tournaments were held from April to August. The World Final is going to take place online, but no schedule has yet been revealed.

There’s no question that the World Final is the one place to see who’s the best of the best in the world. However, there’s also one thing that fans can look forward to. It’s none other than the GR Supra GT Cup 2020. This highly popular and competitive race series tests just how skilled drivers are since everyone uses identical vehicles.

November Update

The latest Gran Turismo Sport update was released on November 13. With Update 1.62, players can now enjoy the Toyota GR Yaris, which has been added. This compact sports car was developed to win the FIA World Rally Championship.

Players can get behind the wheel of the new race car and test their skill with the GR Yaris Time Trial. This particular event started on November 13 and lasts until December 13. The track is going to be the Sardegna Windmills, an off-road course that’s sure to test the full potential of the GR Yaris.

So are you excited for the upcoming World Final?

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