Do you have what it takes to be a racing driver? Polyphony Digital think so.
Sony has announced that the annual GT Academy initiative, a competition to find a gamer capable of becoming a real-life racing driver, will begin on May 1st.
As with previous years the competition will be a strictly online affair with a free-to-download demo for players to register their best time using a fixed setup car on an internationally renowned track; both of which have yet to be revealed.
The competition, which is a collaboration between Polyphony Digital and Nissan, already has a history of finding bonafide racing talent with previous winner Lucas Ordonez claiming a podium at last year’s Le Mans 24 hours.
To find out more details about this year’s GT Academy and which countries are eligble for entry, check out the official EU PlayStation blog.
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