Races of Gran Turismo 2

The Simulation Disc of Gran Turismo 2 showcases a host of races for you to take part in. For some of the early races in GT2, a license is not required. However, to complete the game, you need to make sure you have all of your licenses ready in taking on the rigors GT2 has to offer for you on the Simulation Disc. So make sure to get more licenses. If you need a little advice on clearing license tests, visit my blog post featuring GT2's license tests.

(NOTE: This blog post only concerns the official races, not the One-Make races.)





--- Races of Gran Turismo 2 at a Glance ---
Gran Turismo 2 GTF
^ Gran Turismo 2's Gran Turismo Foundation features four great classes to challenge your racing abilities.

The Gran Turismo League, Special Events, Rally Events, and Endurance races all feature many ways to go racing in GT2. The majority of your racing is in this lineup of events. You will need to remember to keep your horsepower within regulation of the required horsepower limits to enter.


Gran Turismo League.

The GT League features three tiers of racing. It begins with six different Nationals you must clear. These are basic races featuring mostly cars from certain nationalities. The next tier is the Euro-Pacific League. Here, you battle against cars from European makes in the Euro League, and against Japanese and American cars in the Pacific League. The chosen few compete in the greatest of all races- the Gran Turismo World League. It is a five-race series featuring some of the finest race cars in Gran Turismo 2. This is where you will get your kicks racing on a proper stage of racing.

Special Events.

Special Events are limited to certain types of vehicles. In it, you will face a great variety of cars and tracks to push your racing skills further. This is where you will do a vast majority of your racing in GT2. Many races have horsepower restrictions, but some others have restrictions on drivetrain and aspiration. Therefore, it is not required for you to have a certain kind of car to meet most regulations. So for example, you could race the Station Wagon Cup in a 1997 Acura NSX (as long as it is within the horsepower regulations). You can race a car from the 1970s or the 1990s in the '80s Sports Car Cup. There are no legit limitations for any series unless a series specifically calls for a certain restriction.

Rally Events.

All Rally Events require you to complete a one-lap time trial against a ghost. If you beat the ghost's time, you win the event. Each of the nine events feature three races against a certain opponent car. An A-License is the bare minimum to compete in these races.

Endurances.

While GT1 had three endurances, Gran Turismo 2 challenges you to seven endurance races. The same ability to endure will be tested substantially in this series of endurance races. Take note of the various horsepower restrictions for those who have horsepower restrictions. At the least, an International B license is required.


These are the four classes of racing in Gran Turismo 2. It is now time to delve further into these races.



--- Races of Gran Turismo 2: Gran Turismo League ---
Official racing events of Gran Turismo 2.

Nationals.

On your way to reaching the pinnacle of Gran Turismo racing, you must start out in the Nationals. A dark hint... you do not need to have a car of a certain nationality for each National. So in other words, you can bring a Japanese car to the U.S. Nationals and still win. Each race is two laps long. No cars are rewarded for winning each race. In brackets are the license requirements. In braces {} are the money prizes for each position from 1st to 6th.

--- Japan Nationals (at Midfield Raceway) ---
* [B] 197hp limit - {4000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
* [A] 295hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [A] 345hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

--- U.S. Nationals (at Laguna Seca) ---
* [B] 246hp limit - {4000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
* [A] 295hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [A] 394hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

--- French Nationals (at Tahiti Road) ---
* [B] 246hp limit - {4000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
* [A] 295hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}

--- U.K. Nationals (at Trial Mountain) ---
* [B] 197hp limit - {4000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
* [A] 345hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [A] 394hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

--- Italian Nationals (at Rome Short Circuit (B) and Rome Circuit (A)) ---
* [B] (at Rome Short) 197hp limit - {4000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
* [A] (at Rome Circuit) 295hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}

--- German Nationals (at Deep Forest Raceway) ---
* [B] 216hp limit - {4000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
* [A] 295hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [A] 443hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}


Euro-Pacific.

The next step in the GT League is to go through the Nationals. Here, you race against cars of certain nationalities across various courses. Remember that there are no restrictions towards what nationality of car you have. Bonus cars are awarded for victory in each stage. Each race is three laps long. An International B license is required to compete on this level.

--- Euro League (German, Italian, British, and French cars) ---
* Apricot Hill - 591hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* Grand Valley - 591hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* Rome Circuit - 591hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}

--- Pacific League (Japanese and American cars) ---
* Midfield Raceway - 542hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* Seattle Circuit - 542hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* Laguna Seca - 542hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}


Gran Turismo World League.

The final challenge for you to conquer is in the Gran Turismo World League. This is a five-race championship featuring some of the fastest cars in the game. Do you have what it takes to conquer Gran Turismo racing and become World Champion? Prepare to earn your stripes here. Each race is five laps long. There are no horsepower restictions. An International A license is required to compete.

RACES:
* Trial Mountain
* Laguna Seca Raceway
* Apricot Hill
* Rome Circuit
* Midfield Raceway

Prize Money in Races: 25000, 10000, 5000, 3000, 2000, 1000
Prize Money to Champion: 150000





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--- Races of Gran Turismo 2: Special Events ---
Most of your racing is done in the Special Events section. These are races divided up among kinds of automobiles. There are a minimum of three races and a maximum of five. To win in these races, you must demonstrate your ability to win in any of the given races featured here.

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Sunday Cup.

To begin your racing journey through Gran Turismo 2, start off in the Sunday Cup. The races last for only two laps. No license is required.
* Tahiti Road - {3000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
* High Speed Ring - {4000, 1500, 1000, 700, 400, 200}
* Red Rock Valley - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}

Clubman Cup.

The next series of races feature some tougher races with some higher payouts on the line. Take on some tougher competition on three European city courses. Each race is two laps long.
* Rome Short - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* Grindelwald - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [B] Rome Circuit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

FF Challenge.

Test your ability to race and use front-wheel drive cars. These cars offer great traction, but do not allow you to get very aggressive racing them. You will therefore have to learn the limits that front-wheel drive (or as haters call them, wrong-wheel drive) cars provide. The races last only two lap races. Only front-wheel drive cars can race in this event.
* [B] Tahiti Road - 295hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [A] Midfield Raceway - 345hp limit - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IC] Trial Mountain - 394hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

FR Challenge.

Perhaps the best drivetrain for racing is a front-engine car with rear-wheel drive. The advantage of this drivetrain is that you get great weight balance and great control. The front gives you pull in a FR car while the rear gives you that push. However, rear-wheel drive cars can snap on you if you spin out. The races last only two laps. Only front-engine/RWD cars can enter.
* [A] Clubman Stage Route 5 - 295hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IC] Special Stage Route 5 - 443hp limit - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IB] Midfield Raceway - 493hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

Mid-Engine Challenge.

Mid-engined cars take great precision to handle. They can be absolutely fragile and disasterous if handled poorly. Make sure to pick out a good car to go race with. Think of tuning up your Toyota MR2 or your Acura NSX before competing here. The races last only two laps. Only mid-engined cars with RWD can compete.
* [IC] Grand Valley East - 345hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IB] High Speed Ring - 493hp limit - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IA] Red Rock Valley - 591hp limit - {15000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}

4WD Challenge.

While not considered great drivetrains for road racing, 4WD cars offer both the traction of front-wheel drive with the accleration and push of RWD cars. Take advantage of this best-of-both-worlds drivetrain in three different races to test your 4WD racing ability. You will be racing three American courses here in two-lap races. Only four-wheel drive cars can race in this series.
* [A] Seattle Short - 345hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IC] Seattle Circuit - 394hp limit - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IA] Laguna Seca - 690hp limit - {15000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}


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Light-weight "K" Cup.

Call them anything but toys- Kei cars are for you to race in this series. Your ability to race these underpowered and small cars will be put to the test in this series of races taking you to three different parts of the world. Only one race does not require a license.
* Rome Short - 147hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [B] Seattle Short - 98hp limit - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [A] Tahiti Road - 98hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

Compact Car World Cup.

Racing some of the best compact cars in the world, you will be racing three different courses in two-lap races. Make the most of the handling and performance capabilities of compact cars with this three-race series.
* [B] Rome Short - 246hp limit - {4000, 1500, 1000, 700, 400, 200}
* [B] Seattle Short - 246hp limit - {4000, 1500, 1000, 700, 400, 200}
* [B] Autumn Ring - 246hp limit - {4000, 1500, 1000, 700, 400, 200}

Luxury Sedan Cup.

The Luxury Sedan Cup features premium luxury cars in a three-race series. You will need to understand that while these cars may be powerful, they are very heavy, and therefore require some great finesse to properly race. Make good use of these cars' horsepower and their handling abilities to win.
* [A] Rome Circuit - 394hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IC] Special Stage Route 5 - 493hp limit - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IB] High Speed Ring - 591hp limit - {10000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

Muscle Car Cup.

Go old school wtih old school American muscle. The opposition are all ground-shaking, growling beasts. Get ready for some great muscle car racing in this all-American series! Each race is in the United States and are two laps long.
* [IA] Seattle Short - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}
* [IA] Seattle Circuit - {8000, 6000, 2500, 1500, 800, 500}
* [IA] Laguna Seca - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}

Convertible Car World.

Convertibles can be more than just fun machines on a warm day- they can even be great racing cars. At least, you will be doing some racing against convertibles here. The tops may not come down on these convertibles and roadsters, but you can still go race these machines as hard as you can across three different tracks. Two-lap races comprise this three-race series.
* [A] Tahiti Road - 246hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}
* [IB] Grindelwald - 345hp limit - {8000, 6000, 2500, 1500, 800, 500}
* [IA] Trial Mountain - 591hp limit - {15000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}

Historic Car Cup.

Take some backroads through automobile history with this championship. You will be racing against some vintage automobiles all ready for racing. Find some historic cars to go race in and enjoy vintage racing to the max! Three races at two laps each await you here.
* [A] Tahiti Road - 246hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}
* [A] Rome Circuit - 295hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}
* [IC] Grindelwald - 394hp limit - {8000, 6000, 2500, 1500, 800, 500}


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Station Wagon Cup.

In the Station Wagon (or Estate Car) Cup, you will be racing against station wagons in this series. Three two-lap races await you along with some station wagons set to do battle. Who said station wagons are exclusively grocery getters?
* [B] Rome Short - 394hp limit - {5000, 2000, 1500, 1000, 500, 300}
* [A] Super Speedway - 394hp limit - {6000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500, 300}
* [IC] Special Stage Route 5 - 394hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}

'80s Sports Car Cup.

Take a tour through the '80s by racing against some '80s muscle. Prove your worth racing '80s sports cars in five races. They all last for three laps.
* [A] Trial Mountain - 197hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}
* [IC] Special Stage Route 5 - 345hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}
* [IB] Deep Forest - 345hp limit - {8000, 6000, 2500, 1500, 800, 500}
* [IB] Seattle Circuit - 394hp limit - {8000, 6000, 2500, 1500, 800, 500}
* [IB] Tahiti Road - 394hp limit - {10000m 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}

Grand Touring Car Trophy.

Welcome to the first of two high-level racing series in the Special Events lineup. Grand Touring cars are some of the fastest and most capable sports cars. You will try to prove your racing worth in three races all lasting for three laps each. Not to spoil anything, but you can get some great race cars here with victory in each of these races.
* [IC] Red Rock Valley - 394hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* [IB] Grand Valley - 493hp limit - {20000, 12000, 8000, 5000, 3000, 800}
* [IA] Midfield Raceway - 591hp limit - {30000, 20000, 10000, 7000, 5000, 1000}

Pure Sports Car Cup.

Sports cars and only sports cars are the racing machines of choice here. If you invested enough money to purchase a great sports car, bring it here and take on five other sports cars in a real shootout of speed. Three races at two laps each will test your abilities in epic fashion.
* [A] Laguna Seca - 394hp limit - {7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 700, 500}
* [IC] Deep Forest - 443hp limit - {8000, 6000, 2500, 1500, 800, 500}
* [IB] Trial Mountain - 591hp limit - {10000, 7000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 500}


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Tuned NA Car No.1 Cup.

The world's best normally-aspirated car is... well, that's for you to decide. Big money is on the line for this three-race series. There are no horsepower restrictions. Each race lasts three laps and only naturally-aspirated cars can enter.
* [IA] Autumn Ring - {50000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* [IA] Grindelwald - {50000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* [IA] Laguna Seca - {50000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}

Tuned Turbo Car No. 1 Cup.

If you prefer turbo power, this is your race. The best turbo-powered and supercharged cars in the game will compete in this series. There are three races, each three laps long. The only horsepower limit is infinity. Only turbocharged and supercharged cars can compete in this series.
* [IA] Special Stage Route 5 - {50000, 10000, 5000, 3000, 2000, 1000}
* [IA] Test Course - {50000, 10000, 5000, 3000, 2000, 1000}
* [IA] Deep Forest - {50000, 10000, 5000, 3000, 2000, 1000}

Gran Turismo All-Stars.

Gran Turismo 2's best cars spanning a broad range of autos (mostly race cars) will contest among themselves in an intense five-race series. Each of the five races are five laps long. Bring a fast and capable car to this one. Otherwise, you'll have a tough time trying to get past these guys (and gals) in some lackluster car.
* [IA] Super Speedway - {50000, 30000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 1000}
* [IA] Special Stage Route 5 - {50000, 30000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 1000}
* [IA] Red Rock Valley - {50000, 30000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 1000}
* [IA] Rome Circuit - {50000, 30000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 1000}
* [IA] Laguna Seca - {50000, 30000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 1000}

Super Touring Car Trophy.

A basic economy car or a basic-looking road car can only be capable of so much. But when you make a racing example out of that car, the racing action can be just as fun as any other form of racing. Touring cars represents a style of racing where the cars are very close to their road-going counterparts in both performance and handling. Only difference is, these are pure racing machines through and through. Enter the exciting world of touring car racing with this series. There are five races, each lasting three laps.
* [IB] Apricot Hill - 493hp limit {15000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* [IB] Trial Mountain - 493hp limit {15000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* [IB] Laguna Seca - 493hp limit {15000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* [IB] Deep Forest - 493hp limit {15000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}
* [IB] Rome Circuit - 493hp limit {15000, 7000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500}

GT 300 Championship.

One of only two championships in the Special Events series, the GT 300 championship features racing machines in the GT300 class of Super GT (formerly the JGTC). The GT300 cars are lesser-powered cars that are still a great joy to race. An exciting championship featuring five races at five laps each will test your abilities to survive in this frenzied racing series. Races begin on a rolling start. There is a 591 horsepower limit to this series.

RACES:
* Grand Valley East
* Laguna Seca
* Deep Forest
* Midfield Raceway
* Apricot Hill

Prize Money in Races: 15000, 8000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500
Prize Money to Champion: 100000


GT 500 Championship.

You will be racing against the GT500 class of cars from Super GT (formerly the JGTC). There are no horsepower restrictions unlike the GT300 Championship. These cars are all powerful and a blast to drive and race. You will compete in five races all lasting five laps.

RACES:
* Laguna Seca
* Super Speedway
* Rome Circuit
* Trial Mountain
* Apricot Hill

Prize Money in Races: 50000, 15000, 5000, 4000, 3000, 1500
Prize Money to Champion: 200000



--- Rally Events ---
Rally racing in Gran Turismo 2 requires you to beat a Ghost Car in a time trial. There are either two kinds of drivers- winners and losers. You will need to beat the Ghost Car's time to win the event. There are no horsepower restrictions for any of the races. Your only concern is to beat the other racer's time in one lap. The winning money is shown in braces. Each race is listed based on the car you are racing against. So they listed in the format of (your car) vs. (the opponent's car). All of the cars you go up against are Racing Modified. Notes on what specific car you will be racing against will be in parentheses.

Green Forest.

* [A] vs. Astra SRi 2.0i 16V {5000}
* [IC] vs. Escort Rally Car {8000}
* [IB] vs. Focus Rally Car {10000}

Smokey Mountain South.

While not as exciting as Smokey Mountain North, this course still requires a great deal of concentration and focus to win.
* [A] vs. Storia {5000}
* [IC] vs. Delta Integrale {8000}
* [IB] vs. Delta {10000}

Tahiti Maze.

Get ready for the formidable challenge known only as Tahiti Maze. The beauty of French Polynesia boasts an imposing rally challenge in the form of Tahiti Maze. Prepare to earn your victory here!
* [A] vs. Celica (ST165 GT-Four model) {5000}
* [IB] vs. 206 Rally Car {10000}
* [IB] vs. Lancer Rally Car (Evo. V rally car, 1998) {10000}

Smokey Mountain North.

High speeds and epic jumps await you racing Smokey Mountain North. Get your frequent flyer miles racing this exciting course!
* [A] vs. Saxo {5000}
* [IC] vs. Megane Coupe {8000}
* [IB] vs. Impreza Rally Car (the 1999 Impreza rally car) {10000}

Tahiti Dirt Route 3.

To be named Tahiti Circuit in Gran Turismo 3, Tahiti Dirt Route 3 is all about a smooth-flowing off-road course that is not seriously challenging at all. It is a very fast course with not much in the way of difficult corners.
* [A] vs. Pulsar {5000}
* [IC] vs. Stratos {8000}
* [IB] vs. Corolla Rally Car {10000}

Pikes Peak Downhill.

The only true point-to-point rally course in Gran Turismo history, you will be racing Pikes Peak in the downhill direction. Pikes Peak is abbreviated in this game. So rather than a 10-minute climb up the mountain, you'll be racing for about maybe two or three minutes. You start from the top of the mountain down to the base in this series of races.
* [A] vs. 306 S16 {5000}
* [IC] vs. Stratos {8000}
* [IB] vs. Lancer Evo IV GSR {10000}

Pikes Peak Hill Climb.

Here's a dirty trick- just drive well with (a certain car), and you can win just about all the rally races with authority. Well, here is where your skills will REALLY be tested. Go up the mountain with some powerful cars. Pikes Peak is not going to be easy going uphill. See if you can beat THESE cars going up the mountain:
* [A] vs. RS200 Rally Car {5000}
* [IB] vs. Cultus Pikes Peak {25000}
* [IV] vs. Escudo Pikes Peak {25000}

Smokey Mountain North (Reverse).

You will be racing in the reverse configuration of Smokey Mountain North. Therefore, you will not get to enjoy the high-speed thrills in reverse as you have the original course.
* [A] vs. Pulsar (GTI-R 1991 model) {5000}
* [IC] vs. Celica (ST185 GT-Four RC model) {8000}
* [IB] vs. Lancer Rally Car (Evo. VI rally car, 1999) {10000}

Tahiti Dirt Route 3 (Reverse).

The last of the rally events takes back to Tahiti Dirt Route 3, in the Reverse direction. Quite competitive cars face you here, making this rally race in paradise more like trouble in paradise.
* [A] vs. Familia (Mazda BG Familia GT-R, 1992 model) {5000}
* [A] vs. Impreza Rally Car (Impreza WRX STi Version III, 1996) {5000}
* [IB] vs. Tigra Ice Race Car {10000}



--- Endurance Events ---
The ability to endure will be tested in this series of races. Gran Turismo 2 features seven endurance races on some of the game's toughest circuits. You need to set aside about 90 minutes or two hours to complete all of these races. You will need to pit for new tires in addition to trying to outlast the competition. Therefore, you may want to reconsider racing on Super Soft tires. Instead, go for a tire setup that will help you to last for the duration of the race. Make sure you have the right tire combination prior to starting each endurance because if you pick the wrong tire setup, you will have to live with that tire combination through the entirety of the race. Learn what setup is best for your car in a long-distance race by practicing and testing certain setups. An International B license is the minimum for these events. Bonus cars are awarded for victory in each of the seven endurances. Lots of money is on the line for victory in each race.

A brief description for each event will be provided. Horsepower restrictions (if any) will be provided in the description.


Laguna Seca 200 Miles.

Experience 200 miles around Laguna Seca (now known as Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca). Your opposition will mostly be JGTC GT500 class cars. This race lasts for 90 laps. The most important thing to remember when racing this track is to properly take the Corkscrew. It can be very easy to screw up here, and it will make you pay dearly for being careless. An International A license is required to compete in this race.

Prize Money: {350000, 200000, 150000, 100000, 50000, 10000}


Grand Valley 300km.

The signature endurance of Gran Turismo is the Grand Valley 300km. This race tests your ability to endure for 60 laps around the outstanding Grand Valley Speedway. The opposition you will face in this race are all pure sports cars. This endurance requires an International A license and is restricted to 690 horsepower. This race lasts about two hours.

Prize Money: {500000, 150000, 100000, 50000, 30000, 10000}


Rome Circuit 2 Hours.

The Millenium in Rome 2-Hour Endurance takes you around the streets of Rome in an outstanding endurance race. Here, you will be faced with all the nuances that make Rome Circuit so fearful from its blind corners and intense racing. Prepare to go for a wild ride on these streets. This is a 99-lap endurance featuring some of the fastest race cars in Gran Turismo 2. An International A license is required to race here.

Prize Money: {300000, 200000, 150000, 100000, 50000, 10000}


Apricot Hill 200km.

Here, you will be faced with the tricky Grand Prix-style racing facility known as Apricot Hill. Your opposition will mostly be high-powered sports cars and a bevy of powerful Japanese cars. This is an endurance race lasting 50 laps. An International B license is required, and all cars racing here must have no more than 591 horsepower.

Prize Money: {500000, 150000, 100000, 50000, 30000, 10000}


Trial Mountain.

A road runs over this mountain. Trial Mountain is open for business with an intense endurance around this tough course. Remember that Trial Mountain is intense and hilly with any number of surprises waiting for you. It will not be a cakewalk taking on this course. An International B license is required to race this endurance, and cars are limited to 295hp. The good news is that you don't need a super-powerful car to compete in this endurance. Considering what kind of character Trial Mountain brings, that's a GOOD thing.

Prize Money: {150000, 100000, 50000, 30000, 20000, 10000}


Seattle Circuit 100 Miles.

Seattle's undulating roads and intense corners will drive you crazy for 100 miles. You will be racing around this track for 40 laps against American muscle cars and other high-powered American sports cars. Victory will be tough to come by on the streets of Seattle. An International A license is required, and cars are limited to 591 horsepower.

Prize Money: {150000, 100000, 50000, 30000, 20000, 10000}


Special Stage Route 5 All-Night.

Gran Turismo's all-night festival is at Special Stage Route 5. This is the only night race among GT2's endurances. You must race on these streets and highways for 50 laps against some fast race cars. It is the longest night in Gran Turismo racing, and you'd better not sleep on the opportunity to make a huge splash with a victory. An International A license is required to race here.

Prize Money: {350000, 150000, 100000, 50000, 30000, 10000}


That concludes the lineup of Endurance races. Go race hard and remember to ENDURE!





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