GT Academy, the program which has been responsible for putting gamers behind real race cars in some of the world's most famous races, will be taking off again on Monday, April 21, Sony Computer Entertainment recently announced.
The gamers that top the charts on the Gran Turismo 6 challenge will take part in a three month intensive driver development programme, which will then take part in qualifying to be a Nissan driver in the Dubai 24 hour race in January next year.
"It's hard not to feel really proud of what GT Academy has achieved since it started in 2008: podiums in the famous Le Mans 24 Hour race; championship wins; multiple race wins; and this year we have one of our winners, Jann Mardenborough, racing in the GP3 single-seater series on the F1 calendar." Said European brand manager Penrose Tackie via the EU PlayStation Blog.
Do you think you have what it takes to top the charts? Then make sure to take part in GT Academy, which really is a life changing competition and hopefully race around the world.
Source: EU PlayStation Blog