Neat set of seasonal events this week, seeing the Formula 3 for from Ayrton Senna was a nice surprise. I should have finally fixed the blurring/ghosting that has been present in the past few videos. I have changed to a different video encoder so if the quality is a bit low I will increase it for future videos.
We have some neat seasonal events this week featuring the Formula Gran Turismo and pre-1980’s Japanese cars. Strangely enough the Formula GT event is on Silverstone when it could have coincided with the Formula 1 calendar by being on Spa-Francochamps or even Monza. Either way, read on for a video tutorial for each event.
The seasonal events this week are another pair of super laps and drift trials events. We have non-race cars on Matterhorn while Super GT 500 class cars race on Laguna Seca. As for the drift trials, we have tuner cars on Eiger Nordwand while Subaru BRZ / Toyota GT-86’s slide through the streets of Madrid.
As usual you can read on for a video tutorial to reach gold on each event.
As usual we got a pair of both super lap and drift trials in the latest seasonal even update. The first event features the classic Lotus 97T on the equally iconic circuit of Spa-Francorchamps.
As usual I have uploaded a walkthrough video for each event, read on to see each one. *Before Ferrari fans complain, I re-painted the Ferrari for comedic purposes. It was quite difficult to choose anything but red.
Here we are with another set of seasonal events. This time around for the super laps we have a some non-racing cars on Mount Panorama and some Rallying on Eiger Nordwand. On the drift trials we have some American cars on Special Stage Route 5 and some racecars on Twin Ring Motegi.
Unfortunately I was away last week which meant I missed the latest set of seasonal events. But better late than never, my video tutorials have finally uploaded and are ready for viewing below.
We got another batch of seasonal events this week which makes use of all the new content. As with the last few sets of seasonal updates, you can read on for a video tutorial on the pair of time trials and drift trials.
Once again we get a new set of 4 seasonal events in the latest Gran Turismo 6 update. These new events carry a wide variety of vehicles listed below;
- Rear-Wheel-Drive Non-Racing Car Super Lap
- 60’s American Cars (non-racing) Super Lap
- French Non-Racing Cars: Drift Trial
- BMW M Series Non-Racing Cars: Drift Trial
As usual, read on to watch a video tutorial for each event.
The latest Gran Turismo 6 seasonal event update has added in a pair of super lap events and another pair of drift trial events. As usual read on for the details and video tutorial of each event.
Polyphony Digital recently released an update which added the BMW Vision Gran Turismo and a pair of seasonal events. The first makes use of this new car with a super lap of the Nürburgring GP circuit. The second event is a drift event on Daytona Road Course open to any non-racing Corvettes.
As usual you can read on for my tutorial videos for each event.