GT Sport: Time Trials: Generation X update now in game!

The latest time trial events for players are now here, and they're here for a while!

This time, players will have two enirely different vehicles to drive in, so you'll need your wits about you.

Let's take a look at what you'll be driving, and the time trial itself, now!

The Time Trial

The first time trial event will have you doing laps of Autopolis, a circuit in Japan.

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NO F1 HERE: Autopolis was originally made for F1 in Japan!

This track was actually made with F1 in mind, however, those plans never came to fruition. Instead, it now hosts top tier Japanese racing such as Super GT.

The second event will be at Circuit de la Sarthe, one of the fastest tracks in the world.

Thankfully, you'll have a suitable car for that huge back straight.

The Cars

The Autopolis circuit will see you in a tuner challenger, with cars from 2016 and 2008.

You'll be in Super GT cars, which is apt given the circuit, and you'll have a choice of 6 Gr. 2 vehicles. These will be from Honda, Lexus, and Nissan.

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TUNER TIME: SuperGT at Autopolis is a tuner Time Trial

You will most likely opt for cars from 2016, but the tuner element of this time trial will let you set up your car how you wish.

Secondly, in France, you'll be in a Red Bull X2019 Competition.

This is an updated version of the Red Bull X1, and should easily hit top speed on that long back straight.

Global Leaderboards

For time trials, participants will be placed on a global leaderboard as opposed to a local one, which is done by region.

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OPTIONS: There are two time trial events to take part in!

This means that you will be able to comfortably where you stack up in the pecking order of GT Sport players.

This event will run until December 17, when it will be replaced by two more time trials.

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