Races of Gran Turismo 4 - Regional Events

Three event halls tailored to region-based racing are included in GT4. In each of these region-based Event halls, you compete with and almost exclusively against cars from each given region. How do you play? If you prefer racing against American, European, or Japanese cars; you can do so in the game's three region-based Event halls. This is a test of your skill in racing these machines across these environments. The blog post you are about to read is one of a series of blog posts regarding Gran Turismo 4's many races.


GT4 Race Series.

When the series is complete, you can link to each post in the series through this post. Here is the list of posts to be made on JGTS about GT4's races:

Races of Gran Turismo 4 - Official Events
• Races of Gran Turismo 4 - Regional Events (YOU ARE HERE)
Races of Gran Turismo 4 - Endurance Events

• Races of Gran Turismo 4 - Special Condition Events (POSSIBLE)
• Races of Gran Turismo 4 - Driving Missions (POSSIBLE)


I am NOT planning on doing one involving the One-Make races.





--- Races of Gran Turismo 4 at a Glance ---
Gran Turismo 4 Regional Event Races
^ Welcome to my blog post on Gran Turismo 4's Regional Events!

Gran Turismo 4's massive map of items in Gran Turismo Mode features many items. Among the most important are the races (and the other stuff like car dealers, of course). Gran Turismo 4 follows the model set by Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec with different levels of racing based on difficulty and length. GT3's model, however, was severely convoluted with certain races appearing in different levels of GT3. There were three levels of certain championships and series, such as the drivetrain-limited races. In GT4, the drivetrain-limited races are all part of one championship rather than spread across multiple difficulty levels.


B-Spec.

A big factor in Gran Turismo 4 is that of B-Spec. B-Spec is your AI racing counterpart that you can hire to do races you don't want to do in A-Spec. Many people call the B-Spec racer as (and I personally think this name sounds stupid) "B-Spec Bob." I personally call the B-Spec racer as my teammate. Whether you like the B-Spec racer or not, B-Spec may give you the best chance at winning races if you can't win them on your own. Some feel it is the game playing itself for you. If anything, B-Spec comes in handy, especially in the Endurance races, and especially when you can not make time to compete in these on your own.


Restrictions.

Many of the races are sorted specifically by certain determining factors such as car type, model year, models themselves, and more. Races that do not have any restrictions on car type automatically means you can bring any car to any championship that has no restrictions on car type.

• Typically, a race that has no restriction on car type means you can bring almost any car to any race. Certain races are restricted to Production cars. Any car rated as Normal is a Production car. Unlike in previous Gran Turismo games (namely GT1 and GT3), Normal doesn't mean a factory-stock car. Normal means "Production" car. So in races that are restricted to Production cars, no Concept, Tuner, or Racing cars are allowed. Concept cars do not qualify as Production cars. Tuner cars, even those that look completely normal, are NOT qualified as Production cars. And certainly, Racing cars are NOT Normal cars. Normal means Normal. In this blog post, "Normal/Production" will be used to denote Normal (or Production) cars. They mean the same thing.

• Any race that specially allows for Standard or Sports tires automatically assumes that you will be racing against street cars and that only street cars are allowed. A race with no tire restrictions usually means the race features race cars or tuner cars.

• Races restricted by model year allow only for cars created in a certain year or within a certain decade be raced. So if a race calls for cars up to 1970, that means that only cars created in 1970 or earlier are qualified to enter.

• There are also races restricted to a certain model or models. If only certain cars are allowed into a championship, then pay close attention to the featured models to get an idea of what cars are allowed for a race. These may also include races restricted to a certain nationality or nationalities of car.

• Some races have other restrictions, like engine aspiration. Pay attention to all requirements and make sure to meet those requirements before entering a race.

Now a look at the series of races...


The Event Types.

The Official events feature races broken up by difficulty and by complexity. The Beginner Events are your gateway to Gran Turismo. These events are characterized on car type for the most part. In the Professional Events, the racing is more based on hard-fought racing with some of the toughest events you'll take part in. It, unlike the Beginner Events, features championships. Clearing all the races and winning all the championships in the first two Event halls unlocks the Extreme Events. The longest and most difficult races are in the Extreme Events including the championship with the most number of races- the returning Formula GT. This is where you establish yourself as a legend (not just a champion) after having cleared the Beginner and Professional Events.

In addition to the various Official races, there are a smattering of region-based events specializing only on cars from certain regions. You can race against cars from America, Europe, and Japan in these races. Many of the races are fairly strict on what kinds of cars you can race with and against. Only two championships don't require cars of the region-based nationality of the events.

The number of Endurance races is the most in Gran Turismo history (even more than in Gran Turismo 5) with sixteen endurance races. Thanks to the B-Spec racer, more people have an opportunity to compete in and complete many of the longer races, especially those who can't make time to complete each event. B-Spec will allow you to run races at faster speeds. This can be helpful with the longer endurances. For instance, you can speed up the B-Spec racer's progress through a 24-hour race. What takes 24 hours in real time can take up to 10 hours in one play-through with B-Spec speed at 3x. You can not race in any Endurances until you have completed at least 25% of the Gran Turismo 4.


About This Post...

You can race in one of three different Events series highlighting three different regions. The American Events tests your racing ability by racing against American cars. You will deal with American sports cars and various muscle cars here. EVERY race is on an American track or an American venue in this Event hall. European Events take you on a tour of Europe both in automobiles and in venues. It features many events showcasing Europe's automobiles and venues. You even race elsewhere around the world in addition to just Europe. Events in the European hall feature the most diverse array of nationality of cars for races. Of all the series, only one does not require you have a European car to compete. If you prefer Polyphony Digital's native land for racing, try the Japanese Events. This Event hall will have you racing in Japan as well as venues outside of Japan. All of the series feature Japanese cars you race against, but only one does not require a Japanese car.


This is how each series will be featured:


This is a Single Race [LICENSE].

This is a Championship Race [LICENSE]!

"Text Description"
Introduction

Requirements (if any)

RACES:
• Single Race (Normal/Reverse, laps)

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Championship Rd. 1 (Normal/Reverse or Layout, Laps), Championship Rd. 2 (Normal/Reverse or Layout, Laps), etc.

Prize Money: {1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th}
Championship Bonus (if offered):


A Side Note (and a dirty trick)...

The assumption in tire discussion is that all series requiring Standard/Sports tires assumes that you will be racing against street cars. This restriction is severely misleading because you assume that your opposition will all be street cars. However, there are a number of series where there are no restrictions on tires, and you either bring a car too weak to contend or too powerful to contend in a series/championship. You will know the difference when you bring a high-powered GT car to a championship against mid-level and high-level sports cars. If you see that a championship does not require Normal/Production cars, you can bring Concept, Tuner, and Racing cars to the series. So you can equip a Concept, Tuner, or Racing car with Standard/Sports tires to gain an unfair advantage in series that do not require cars be Normal/Production.

It doesn't help much that you have to have a qualifying car to be able to even see a preview of a certain race. So all I can do is show you what races there are in the game.


So let's begin!





--- GT4: American Events ---
"A heat competition between power machines."

-in-game text

God Bless America! I will feature the American championship first here of the three region events. This championship features American cars and American venues. Every venue you race on in this championship are all American venues. No European tracks, no Asian tracks, just American venues. Then too, some American fans are picky about their racing, so racing these American cars on American tracks will certainly make American fans happy. This one features the fewest events of the three region-based event series with only four series. It is also the only of the region-based events to feature and exclusively feature only tracks from its native region.


All American Championship [A]!

"A championship consisting of cars from the American GT Racing category."
This is the only championship in the American events, and it represents the pinnacle of American motor racing represented in Gran Turismo 4. It is an intense championship showcasing five different championship rounds contested in five different American locales. Victory here will have to be earned by racing some of the fastest and most capable American racing machines in GT4. Remember this if you want to stand any chance of winning this championship. So it is recommended you get yourself a high-powered American race car. So cars like the Corvette C5R, Panoz Esperante GT1, and cars like that are the best to use in this championship.

Only American cars can compete in this championship.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Seattle Circuit (Normal, 5 laps), Infineon Raceway - Sports Car Course (5 laps), New York (Normal, 4 laps), El Capitan (Reverse, 4 laps), Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca (5 laps)

Prize Money: {10000, 6000, 4000, 3000, 1000, 500}
Championship Bonus: 35000


Stars and Stripes [IB].

"This is one of the big battles in American sports, full of the charms of legendary American cars."
Stars and Stripes debuted in Gran Turismo 3. It is a showcase of American automobiles across a series of three races. Use this opportunity to race with and against American sports cars. Get ready for an intense series of races with some of the latest American sports cars.

Only American Normal/Production cars can compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca (3 laps)
• Seattle Circuit (Normal, 3 laps)
• Infineon Raceway - Stock Car Course (4 laps)

Prize Money: {10000, 6000, 4000, 3000, 1000, 500}


Hot Rod Competition [A].

"Wrestle with extreme power. This is the grand release of the latest muscle cars."
You will be competing against some of the latest American muscle cars in intense competition. Try your luck wrestling these American cars around three tracks.

Only American cars can compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• New York (Reverse, 3 laps)
• Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca (3 laps)
• El Capitan (Normal, 3 laps)

Prize Money: {3000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}


Muscle Car Competition [B].

"A festival of American cars that dominate the streets with their power."
The last time muscle cars had a significant impact in Gran Turismo racing was in Gran Turismo 2 when many muscle cars were featured in GT2. Muscle cars make a triumphant return in GT4 with many classics to choose from. This series showcases and features muscle cars for you to race. Many don't like them because they are high-displacement and heavy cars that severely lack in being great driving and great racing cars. In the minds of muscle car fans, they couldn't care less- racing a powerful American car can be just as enjoyable (if not more so) than anything of Europe or Japan. So enjoy racing some American muscle in this championship! :)

American cars from 1980 or earlier are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• New York (Normal, 2 laps)
• Infineon Raceway - Sports Car Course (2 laps)
• Seattle Circuit (Normal, 2 laps)

Prize Money: {3000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}





The American events are done. If not reading the full blog post, click "Read More" to see the events of the European and Japanese Events.






--- GT4: European Events ---
"A European competition where different personalities and history meet."

-in game text

When faced with a world of cars, look no further than to the continent that invented the modern automobile- Europe. Look to the continent that boasts some of the most incredible driving roads- Europe. This region-based events hall features the most individual series of any region-based events with 11 events. Each of these events incorporate many facets of European cars and European motorsport. From European compacts to take-no-prisoners touring car racing, this Events hall has it all. It even includes the longest series, 1000 Miles! It is one of two series in the region-based Events where there are no restrictions on the nationality of your car.


Pan Euro Championship [IB]!

"This is a series set in the environments of Europe for home-grown sports cars."
The first championship showcasing European cars begins with the Pan Euro Championship. It is a general Gran Turismo tour around Europe and its tracks with European cars. It is a struggle to determine what the best European sports car is. Give it everything you've got and battle hard for victory!

Only European cars can compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Opera Paris (Normal, 6 laps), Grand Valley (Normal, 5 laps), Circuit de la Sarthe - I (2 laps), Cote d'Azur (6 laps), Nürburgring Nordschleife (2 laps)

Prize Money: {12000, 6500, 5000, 4000, 1500, 800}
Championship Bonus: 45000


British GT Series [IA]!

"A series of races between thoroughbreds from the birthplace of sports cars."
While there may not be any true British tracks, British cars are still stars of the show, at least for this series. The power and fury of British sports cars are ready to rock on five different courses in a five-race championship. Get a feel for the awesome appeal these cars provide.

Only British cars are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Grand Valley (Normal, 3 laps), Fuji Speedway '90s (3 laps), El Capitan (Normal, 3 laps), Infineon Raceway - Sports Car Course (3 laps), Mid-Field Raceway (Reverse, 3 laps)

Prize Money: {12000, 6500, 5000, 4000, 1500, 800}
Championship Bonus: 45000


British Lightweight Series [B].

"A close match between lightweight classic sports cars."
Only lightweight British cars are showcased. Cars 1000kg in weight or lighter can compete in this battle of lightweight British sports cars. So you can obviously forget about bringing an Aston Martin to this championship. Try your best at clearing this championship. If you need a little guidance in car selection, try bringing a Lotus Elise of some variety to this championship.

Only British cars 1000kg or less are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• Autumn Ring (Normal, 2 laps)
• Apricot Hill (Reverse, 2 laps)
• Special Stage Route 5 (Normal, 2 laps)

Prize Money: {3000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}


Deutsche Touring Car Meisterschaft [IA]!

"The peak of touring car racing with unrivaled intensity of competition."
You will be racing with and against some of the most powerful touring cars in motor racing. This series features machines from DTM. The cars were born to be very capable and very exciting. You will wrestle these outstanding touring cars through five races. Can you handle the pressure?

Only the Audi A4 Touring Car, Audi TT-R Touring Car, Opel Astra Touring Car, Opel Calibra Touring Car, Mercedes CLK Touring car, and the Alfa Romeo 155 2.5 V6 TI Race Car can compete.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Opera Paris (Normal, 6 laps), Mid-Field Raceway (Normal, 6 laps), High Speed Ring (Reverse, 5 laps), Nürburgring Nordschleife (1 lap), Fuji Speedway 2005 GT (5 laps)

Prize Money: {15000, 7500, 5000, 4000, 1500, 800}
Championship Bonus: 75000


La Festa Italiano [IB].

"This is a frenzied battle for speed between the distinctively charismatic Italian cars."
From British and German cars, it's time for Italy to gain the spotlight. Italian cars are the name of the game here, so bring some Italian muscle from one of over six Italian makes in Gran Turismo 4. Do you go with the lovely-styled Alfa Romeos? Do you bring an Italian classic like the Lancia Stratos? Or do you try to go for overkill and bring a Pagani to this championship? It's all up to you, but you need to have some kind of Italian car to compete in this series.

Only Normal/Production Italian cars are allowed to compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• Autumn Ring (Reverse, 2 laps)
• Cote d'Azur (2 laps)
• Infineon Raceway - Sports Car course (2 laps)

Prize Money: {5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 400, 300}


Tous France Championnat [A]!

"A race to decide the No. 1 French car from the land of stylish hot hatches."
Viva la France! The French make a great variety of automobiles. They are represented with six different makes, but only production cars are allowed, so don't even think about bringing a Pescarolo to this series. Be ready to compete valiantly with and against French cars in this championship. You even get to race in France as well as Monaco with this championship.

Only Normal/Production French cars are allowed to compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Opera Paris (Normal, 4 laps), Circuit de la Sarthe - I (1 lap), Special Stage Route 5 (Normal, 3 laps), Grand Valley (Reverse, 3 laps), Cote d'Azur (3 laps)

Prize Money: {10000, 6000, 4000, 3000, 1000, 500}
Championship Bonus: 35000


European Classic Car League [IB]!

"This is a refined championship that covers European sports mainly from the 1970s and earlier."
With Europe giving birth to the modern automobile, it is only fitting that you get to race with some of the classics that helped to set the tone for the world stage of automobiles. Europe's classics are for you to race in this series. You can only compete with cars built no later than 1970 in this championship. Show your prowess on five different venues in this championship.

Only European cars no later than 1970 can compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Nürburgring Nordschleife (1 lap), Fuji Speedway '80s (2 laps), Opera Paris (Reverse, 2 laps), Suzuka Circuit (1 lap), Deep Forest (Reverse, 2 laps)

Prize Money: {10000, 6000, 4000, 3000, 1000, 500}
Championship Bonus: 30000


Euro Hot Hatch League [IB]!

"This is a race to determine the fastest of the latest European hot hatches."
Nobody knows hot hatchbacks like Europe. Many people see hatchbacks as boring city cars and grocery getters. This series will show you that not every hatchback is monotony on wheels. Cars like the Volkswagen Golf series and Renault Clio (especially the mid-engined RWD one) are raced hard in an intense championship. So what is the best European hatchback? This question can only be answered by racing in an intense championship series like this one.

Only Normal/Production cars allowed, and only European hatchbacks can compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Twin Ring Motegi - East Short Course (3 laps), Opera Paris (Normal, 4 laps), Trial Mountain (Reverse, 3 laps), Suzuka Circuit - East (5 laps), Special Stage Route 5 (Reverse, 3 laps)

Prize Money: {12000, 6500, 5000, 4000, 1500, 800}
Championship Bonus: 45000


1000 Miles!

"This is a challenging long-distance sprint race consisting of famous Japanese and American sports cars from the 1970s and earlier."
Of all the region-based championships, 1000 Miles! is the only championship that does not require you have a European car to compete. In fact, you can bring your 1960s Camaro or any production car made no later than 1970 to this championship. That is a key- the car must be a production car made on or before 1970. The races will be extremely long as the laps will fly by. If anything, it is a glimpse into racing's past where many drivers drove what were then the most advanced racing machines of their day. You could bring the car you used in the European Classic Car League to this championship, granted it is a Normal/Production car. This is an endurance series that will not be easy to clear.

Only Normal/Production cars no later than 1970 can compete. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES: Nürburgring Nordschleife (25 laps), Opera Paris (Normal, 95 laps), Cote d'Azur (99 laps), Circuit de la Sarthe - II (35 laps)

Prize Money: {150000, 75000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 2000}
Championship Bonus: 300000


Schwarzwald Liga A [A].

"A fierce competition using the 200+ hp German sports cars."
Three races featuring mostly German sport compact cars are featured in this series. Take these cars around for some great metal-on-metal action. Each of the tracks are as tough as the cars you'll be racing. Bring a good compact German car to this one, or you'll miss out on all the fun!

Only German compacts with 200+ horsepower (examples: BMW 330i, Audi A3 3.2 quattro, Opel Speedster Turbo, etc.), but no more than 300hp are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• Trial Mountain (Normal, 3 laps)
• Opera Paris (Reverse, 4 laps)
• Autumn Ring (Normal, 4 laps)

Prize Money: {5000, 2000, 1000, 900, 800, 500}


Schwarzwald Liga B [IB].

"The nearest thing to raw power - a battle between 3-400hp German cars."
Germany's high-end sports cars will shake up five tracks with their immense power. This is where the brawniest of Germany's sports cars will contest in high-speed batle across five tracks. Make sure you bring a powerful German car to this party unless you can't handle German muscle.

Only high-end German sports cars with 300+ horsepower (like the Mercedes SLR McLaren or the Ruf RGT for example) are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• Nürburgring Nordschleife (1 lap)
• Tokyo R246 (Normal, 2 laps)
• Fuji Speedway '90s (3 laps)
• High Speed Ring (Reverse, 3 laps)
• Suzuka Circuit (2 laps)

Prize Money: {10000, 6000, 4000, 3000, 1000, 500}


The GT4 tour of Europe is complete.





--- GT4: Japanese Events ---
"Packed with events featuring Japanese cars ranging in all eras and styles."

-in-game text

Japan is the native region of Polyphony Digital and the Gran Turismo series. So therefore, there is somewhat strong bias towards Japan and its racing. Hey... it's more like Codemasters with British bias and the Forza Motorsport series with its mostly American bias. We're all biased in some sort of way.

Anyhow, Japanese cars are for you to play with, tune with, race with, and win with in this Event hall. Only one championship, however, does not require a Japanese car. Prove you're the best at using Japanese cars by winning races in this championship.


Japan Championship [A]!

"This is a race that will decide Japan's fastest car."
Consider this the National Championship of Japan. All five races are held on Japanese tracks, and only Japanese cars can enter. Bring your best Japanese speed demon to this championship and showcase your finest racing skill. Can you prove to be Japan's finest?

Only Japanese cars can compete in this championship. Standard/Sports tires are required.

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Fuji Speedway '90s (5 laps), Tsukuba Circuit (10 laps), Tokyo R246 (Reverse, 5 laps), Twin Ring Motegi - Road Course (4 laps), Suzuka Circuit (4 laps)

Prize Money: {7500, 5000, 2500, 1000, 500, 300}
Championship Bonus: 35000


All Japan GT Championship [IA]!

"A white-hot GT Class race straight from Japan."
Super GT (formerly the JGTC) is on display for this international championship. You will be racing mostly against the GT500 class of Super GT on tracks worldwide. The races will be as intense in GT4 as they normally are in Super GT. Bring a Super GT race car to be fair. However (and if loopholes are of interest), it is best to bring almost any race car to this championship. Just get out there and race hard for the win!

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Tokyo R246 (Normal, 5 laps), Suzuka Circuit - East (12 laps), Seoul Central (Normal, 10 laps), Fuji Speedway '90s (6 laps), Twin Ring Motegi - Super Speedway (12 laps), Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca (7 laps), Hong Kong (Normal, 9 laps), Twin Ring Motegi - Road Course (6 laps), Fuji Speedway 2005 GT (6 laps), Suzuka Circuit (5 laps)

Prize Money: {15000, 7500, 5000, 4000, 1500, 800}
Championship Bonus: 100000


Japanese '70s Classics [B].

"A collection of 1970s Japanese cars that were the start of the dream to take on the rest of the world."
You need to bring a Japanese car from the 1970s to this championship to compete. Cars like the Datsun 240Z come to mind for this championship. This is where classic Japanese muscle compete on five different tracks. Explore the limits of each car and make the most of your runs around these courses to win.

Only Normal/Production Japanese cars made between 1970 and 1979 are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• Fuji Speedway '80s (2 laps)
• Autumn Ring Mini (Reverse, 4 laps)
• Tsukuba Circuit (3 laps)
• Motorland (Reverse, 4 laps)
• Trial Mountain (Normal, 2 laps)

Prize Money: {2000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 2000}


Japanese '80s Festival [A].

"The age of frenzied competition for performance. The golden age of Japanese cars is brought back to life."
For those of you with '80s fever, you can take a trip through the '80s with the Japanese '80s Festival. This series of races features only '80s sports cars from Japan. A series of five races will help determine the fastest Japanese car from the '80s.

Only Normal/Production Japanese cars made between 1980 and 1989 are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• El Capitan (Normal, 3 laps)
• Clubman Stage Route 5 (Reverse, 5 laps)
• Tsukuba Circuit (5 laps)
• Apricot Hill (Reverse, 3 laps)
• Suzuka Circuit (2 laps)

Prize Money: {3000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}


Japanese '90s Challenge [A].

"A heated battle of Japanese cars from the era where they were finally realizing their ambitions on the world stage."
This one is funny- many of the high-end recent cars from the past Gran Turismo games are from the '90s. Now, they are considered (in a sense) classics. You can even purchase mid and late 1990s from SECONDHAND DEALERS! The many powerful Japanese sports cars of the 1990s are featured here in this five-race series. This is where cars like the MKIV Supra, the Nissan 300ZX, Mitsubishi 3000GT, Nissan Skylines, the Honda NSX, and more all contest for victory. Do you have the best '90s Japanese sports car? Prove you do in this championship!

Only Normal/Production Japanese cars made between 1990 and 1999 are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required.

RACES:
• Apricot Hill (Normal, 3 laps)
• Grand Valley East (Reverse, 4 laps)
• Twin Ring Motegi - East Short Course (3 laps)
• Special Stage Route 5 (Reverse, 3 laps)
• Fuji Speedway '90s (3 laps)

Prize Money: {3000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}


Japanese Compact Cup [B]!

"A glimpse of the majesty and design flair from future car companies."
Because Japan has a bevy of compact cars (kei cars notwithstanding),

Only Japanese cars that are 4000mm in length or shorter are allowed. Standard/Sports tires are required

CHAMPIONSHIP RACES: Twin Ring Motegi - East Short Course (2 laps), Autumn Ring Mini (Reverse, 4 laps), Tsukuba Circuit (3 laps), Deep Forest (Reverse, 2 laps), Suzuka Circuit - East (3 laps)

Prize Money: {2000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200}
Championship Bonus: 15000


Japan has been covered. Thanks for reading!





I did not include the prize cars that you win for clearing each series or championship. If you want to learn what prize cars you win for clearing each specific event, please visit the database by my friends at GTPlanet at the GT4 Prize Car database on GTPlanet.net, and click on the database appropriate to your region, whether NA, PAL, or JPN.

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