Racers during round 2 of the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing GT Cup have shown power and determination in claiming the title of being the fastest racer to conquer the digital tracks, with Marquez, Miole, and Moreno successfully dominating the Tokyo circuit.
From the iconic Italian racetrack, the virtual event continues to bring the power of thrill, or Waku-Doki, as they transport its participants to the fictional city circuit of the Tokyo Expressway - East Outer Loop, it’s an exciting and challenging track with varying changes between ascents, flat surfaces, and a series of high-speed corners. Still utilizing the Gran Turismo Sport for the competition, its current track features 5 sectors, 12 turns, and a total of 7.3 km of tarmac.
First up, is the 17-under Junior Class. During the 5th lap, Joshua David Marquez leads, with him successfully dominating round 2, as he was awarded with a total of 30 points coming from a 1.5x multiplier. On the side note, Russel Cabrera is pushed back to second place while John Paul Veloso maintains his position at third.
Next up, is the Promotional Class, wherein Jether Miole owned it all as he closed the final lap with a wide gap victory through earning a total of 50 points. Notably, the top finishers get to go home with their share of the prizes including gaming peripherals and high-tech devices.
As for the sporting class, Luis Moreno takes it all home despite having Terrence Lallave on his tail. The overall scores now stand with Moreno at 45 points, Lallave at 42.5 points, and Lance Padilla at 28.
It’s not too late for aspiring racers to catch up, as the upcoming third-round even pushes the gears further, with multipliers doubling up the scores for the finishers. The overall champions will be greeted with a brand-new Sony PlayStation 5 along with a cash prize, while second and third placers will get to take home high-tech gadgets and a gaming chair. Mark your calendars, as round 3 will stream on June 18 and 19, while the much-anticipated National Finals will commence on June 26, 2021.