Wolfgang Reip and Florian Strauss received the Bathurst 12 Hour race in New South Wales. Each are graduates of the Gran Turismo Academy, created in 2008 by Sony, GT developer Polyphony Digital, and Nissan.
This system culls one of the best drivers on-line all the way down to these with actual world potential, places them by way of a race driving course, after which finds a spot for them in an actual occasion.
Reip and Strauss labored with a 3rd driver, Katsumasa Chiyo, who was not a GT Academy graduate and had one of the best time of the three on the workforce. The three drove an RJN Motorsport Nissan GTR-35. Eurogamer notes that Chiyo handed two vehicles on the next-to-last lap to take the lead and victory.