Sunday, December 30, 2012

Gran Turismo 5 License Tests - International

John Marine | 10:19 PM | |
GT5's International License tests are up in this post. All you've tackled in the National License tests will be enhanced as you progress towards the International Licenses. You will race more kinds of cars ranging from sports cars to race cars. More importantly, you must demonstrate your ability to take on these more intense tests and pass them to the best of your ability.

This blog post only concerns the International license tests for GT5. Remember- licenses are NOT required to compete in any race in Gran Turismo 5. You are purely racing these tests to enhance your racing skill. Welcome to "John's Gran Turismo Space" and another set of License Test-themed posts!





--- License Tests ---

Gran Turismo 5 International License Tests
^ You will need to enhance your National License skills to make your International License skills impressive.

As any GT veteran would know, the International License tests require you to further enhance your skills by racing more powerful cars and taking on more intense challenges. All of the basic skills you've learned previously will all be enhanced heading into this series of tests. You must practice hard enough to eventually clear each of the License Tests handed to you in this series of tests. What you will read about here are the International License tests and how to pass them. I will NOT be teaching you how to get Gold. Basically, you must first learn how to clear each test. It will be up to you to get Silver or Gold. Learn to pass the tests for Bronze, then do what you did for Bronze more efficiently to get Silver or even Gold. Be sure to be at the proper level to take on each of the license tests. When you reach the final events of each International license test, you will be taking part in two-lap races rather than the regular one-lap races of the National License tests.

Simply completing each test earns you experience points. To make the most experience points, try to go for the best possible time you can muster in each test. Experience points mean everything because you will be unable to access later licenses. If you are just getting experience points on License Tests alone, then it is safe to say that "just getting by" no longer results in your continued progress up the ranks. You now have to exemplify yourself by getting at least silver in tests just to move forward. There's nothing wrong with Bronze, but you have to try for Silver or Gold to progress better in the License Test zone.

This is a Gran Turismo where going right into racing may not be a bad idea, if just to help your chances of getting more experience. You are mostly doing these license tests basically to enhance your driving skill. No single race in Gran Turismo requires you to have a license. In a way, this is a good thing because the License Tests feel more like a school rather than a requirement for racing. Even if just for money and experience, make the most of your time in the License Test department.



--- International C License Tests ---

(REMEMBER: Your A-Spec or B-Spec level must be at Level 6 to qualify for taking International C-License tests.)

The International C license tests will introduce you to some very fast cars. In addition, you will be taking these more advanced machines through a series of tests that are every bit as advanced as the cars you will be driving.


IC-1: 1000m Stopping Challenge.

Car: 2009 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe
Course: Top Gear Test Course
Start: Standing Start

Get ready to fly, and that's what your Aston Martin can do (not literally, of course). Accelerate hard in this heavy car as you will be sending this car for a 1000-meter run. It is a heavy car in weight and in horsepower. Make good use of both its weight and power, but more importantly- stop this car in the Finish zone without taking out any cones in the process. If you even nudge a cone, your run will be foul.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 26.700
• SILVER: 27.000
• BRONZE: 28.500


IC-2: Hard Braking and Exiting a Corner After a Downhill Straight.

Car: 2008 BMW M5
Course: Trial Mountain Circuit
Start: Rolling Start at 91 mph

Trial Mountain will hear the roar of your 2008 BMW M5 reverberate through the forest of Trial Mountain. You must pilot your beastly BMW out of the second tunnel, down the backstretch of Trial Mountain, and then take on the corner after the backstretch. Dig deep inside (using the yellow painted area) within the corner to get a little extra edge.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 16.200
• SILVER: 16.700
• BRONZE: 19.000


IC-3: Taking a Tight Double Hairpin.

Car: 2008 Nissan Fairlady Z (Z34)
Course: Road Course - Indy
Start: Rolling Start at 63 mph

This is the first-ever Gran Turismo test on a "roval." A roval is an oval with a road course, usually a road course that physically uses the oval. Gran Turismo 4 had you race Twin Ring Motegi, which has an oval but doesn't physically use the oval at any point. Here, you will be using the same road course around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as raced by Formula 1. The section used will be the backstretch of the Indy road course. This backstretch is followed by a hard left corner and two hairpins. It will be tough to generate enough speed to power through this section because both hairpin corners are deceptively tight. Try to find a line that will help you clear the corners fast while also having enough speed and power to clear both hairpins to deliver a solid time. This one is a gut-wrencher.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 26.300
• SILVER: 26.500
• BRONZE: 28.500


IC-4: Early Braking When Driving Downhill on Dirt.

Car: 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR
Course: Eiger Nordwand G Trail
Start: Standing Start

When going downhill at speed, you will be pushing some serious speed as you decline. You will experience all of this (and then some) in your Lancer Evolution IX. The key to passing this test is in keeping control of your car as it goes downhill. You need to brake properly to avoid going head-on into the outside wall in either sharp corner to this course. Gold should not be too difficult here.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 27.000
• SILVER: 28.000
• BRONZE: 32.000


IC-5: High-Speed Cornering on the Rome City Course.

Car: 2006 Infiniti G35 Coupe
Course: Rome Circuit
Start: Rolling Start at 79 mph

The streets of Rome are calling. You will be driving the 2006 Infiniti G35 Coupe around the backstretch of Rome Circuit. You must negotiate a quick chicane (that looks like a simple kink from the track map) that will determine whether or not you receive passing credit. In addition, this backstretch gradually bends to the right, so you will need to keep a steady line while braking hard enough to take on the chicane. Be brave, but also smart.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 18.500
• SILVER: 19.000
• BRONZE: 21.000


IC-6: Blind Corners in the Woodlands.

Car: 2002 Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero (S15)
Course: Deep Forest Raceway
Start: Rolling Start at 56 mph

One of the most beautiful Japanese cars of all time (at least to me) is what you will be racing in this test- the Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero. The course for this test utilizes the first two tunnels of Deep Forest. Along the way, you must weave your way around a set of corners. They will be blind with the undulating roads, so you will need to properly judge your distance and keep a consistent line to deliver the best time.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 11.200
• SILVER: 11.500
• BRONZE: 13.500


IC-7: Consecutive Corners With Different Bank Angles on Dirt.

Car: 2010 Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STi
Course: Toscana
Start: Rolling Start at 74 mph

For the first time in the license tests, you will be racing on the Toscana rally course. It was the course featured in demos with time changing. The demo consisted of afternoon eventually becoming sunset, and from sunset to night. It will be broad daylight for this test with the 2010 Subaru Impreza WRX STi. You will be gathering a good amount of speed before winding your way into the W-like series of corners. Don't try to drive with too much finesse here. You want to slide the car out in the corners while not being too overaggressive. You also want to keep the car stable while sideways. Precise control will give you passing credit.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 20.000
• SILVER: 21.000
• BRONZE: 25.000


IC-8: Traversing Monza Circuit's Notorious Lesmo Corner.

Car: 2006 Alfa Romeo Brera Sky Window 3.2 jTS Q4
Course: Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Start: Rolling Start at 57 mph

Italian track with Italian power. This challenge tests your ability to negotiate Lesmo Corner. You really need to be careful here because it can be too easy to overshoot either corner and go off into the gravel. The first corner dips downward when you take on that corner. Use the inside curbing if you have to. Both corners require hard braking. Keep your front-wheel drive Alfa Romeo stable throughout the duration of the test while also cautiously attacking both corners.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 21.300
• SILVER: 22.000
• BRONZE: 25.000


IC-9: Using Late Braking to Overtake.

Car: 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C6)
Course: Fuji Speedway F
Start: Rolling Start at 84 mph

Late braking into a corner is an aggressive tactic to pull off passes. You will need to rely on this technique to succeed with great results. Your car is a Corvette C6 (the game says a C5), and it is another test around Fuji Speedway F. Rather than the front stretch, you will be racing down the backstretch of Fuji Speedway F. You should be able to pass the first two cars easily. The real key is in passing the leading car. Pulling a late braking move here should be easy. However, care is required in trying to exit this brutally sharp chicane. You could say that this test is easy to pull late braking, but difficult to get out of the chicane with the lead. You may as well try the test again for Gold if you fail to escape the chicane cleanly.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 1st
• SILVER: 2nd
• BRONZE: 3rd


IC-10: Rome City Course 2-Lap Challenge.

Car: 1976 Ferrari 512BB
Course: Rome Circuit

One lap isn't enough. You will be given two laps to pass 11 other cars in your 1976 Ferrari 512BB. Your beautiful '70s Berlinetta Boxer is a handful to drive. An old car on a track like Rome Circuit should be very challenging. If you're an skillful driver, you will have already made it to (or eventually will) get 3rd Place by the time you reach the backstretch on Lap 1. The remaining two cars will be at the chicane after the backstretch. Try to keep pace with the leading cars and attack carefully to get Gold. Remember to avoid heavy contact with either walls or other cars. Otherwise, your run will be foul.

LICENSE POSITIONS:
• GOLD: 1st
• SILVER: 3rd
• BRONZE: 7th




The next batch of tests are coming up. Get your Level up to Level 9 to take in the Level IB tests. Click "Read More" if you are not reading the full post and would like to continue reading.




--- International B License Tests ---

(REMEMBER: Your A-Spec or B-Spec level must be at Level 9 to qualify for taking International-B License tests.)

The IC tests pushed your skills further. Up next are the International-B license tests. These tests involve some more advanced skill sets. Always look to enhance and enrich your skills all the further to score big in each given test.


IB-1: Wet Road Stopping Challenge.

Car: 2009 Nissan GT-R Spec V
Course: Top Gear Test Track
Start: Standing Start

On a rain-soaked course, you are credited with the task of trying to stop on wet roads. Roads dampened by rain or snow lack traction. So your job here is to try to stop a car on a wet road precisely. Doing so requires you to take your four-wheel drive Nissan GT-R from the starting line to the finish line 400m away.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 14.900
• SILVER: 15.400
• BRONZE: 16.800


IB-2: Tackling the First Corner of Circuito de Madrid.

Car: 2009 Audi R8 5.2 FSi Quattro
Course: Circuito de Madrid
Start: Rolling Start at 81 mph

The beautiful Audi R8 road car is yours to take around the streets of Spain's beautiful capital city, Madrid. It isn't so beautiful trying to take on the first corner of Circuito de Madrid, unfortunately. This first corner is reminiscent of Seoul Central, only that this isn't a roundabout. It is instead a super-sharp hairpin attached to a moderate-speed kink. Your Audi R8 has a mid-engine layout and four-wheel drive. You'll need to utilize all of that mid/4WD power to properly navigate these streets. Get ready for a sharp bend to the right followed by a swift shift to the left. It is going to be a tight fit trying to attack the inside of this corner. However, don't give up. Hard braking is a must for both parts of this section. Try to develop enough speed to get out of the section with a good enough lap time.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 16.000
• SILVER: 16.500
• BRONZE: 18.600


IB-3: FR Cone Slalom Challenge.

Car: 2009 Toyota FT-86 Concept
Course: Top Gear Test Track
Start: Standing Start

You did a slalom earlier in the license tests, but that was a front-wheel drive car. You must now try out a rear-wheel drive car in a slalom test. Rear-wheel drive will give you more athletic ability to take on the cones in the slalom. Be careful- rear-wheel drive cars can oversteer; and if you get too aggressive behind the wheel, a RWD car will snap on you into a spin. So cautiously use this car's power as you weave your way around the cones.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 18.500
• SILVER: 19.300
• BRONZE: 22.500


IB-4: Snow Driving Challenge.

Car: 2008 Suzuki SX4 WRC
Course: Chamonix Main
Start: Standing Start

This is NOT the Chamonix of Gran Turismo 4. This is your first license test in GT5 involving any race car. You are given the 2008 Suzuki SX4 WRC to try to take on a smooth set of corners around Chamonix Main. Snow and ice handle much differently than most other surfaces. Snow and ice have much less traction than dirt, gravel, mud, or anything like that. Snow tires are even suited specifically for snowy and icy conditions. In this license test, you must try to keep your car stable as you take on a set of smooth corners.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 19.900
• SILVER: 20.300
• BRONZE: 23.500


IB-5: High Speed Blind Corners on Tokyo Route 246.

Car: 2002 Honda NSX Type-R
Course: Tokyo R246
Start: Rolling Start at 78 mph

Your license test around Tokyo R246 begins after the brutally sharp first corner and utilizes Turns 2 and 3. Turn 2 is an off-balance left corner that leads to the oval-like portion of Tokyo R246. As you see the Diet Building in the distance heading into Turn 2, take your Honda NSX from the left side to the right side to set yourself up for Turn 2. The most important part of this section is your exit. Don't get overaggressive attacking the inside curbing. Otherwise, you might induce a spin or whack the outside wall hard exiting Turn 3. Find the right balance of power and precision to clear this test with a solid time.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 14.200
• SILVER: 14.500
• BRONZE: 17.000


IB-6: Tackling the Final Corner at Tsukuba.

Car: 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo A
Course: Tsukuba Circuit
Start: Rolling Start at 76 mph

If Tsukuba Circuit isn't challenging enough with its short length, the final corner is just as tricky as any of its three hairpin corners. It looks easy because the sweeping final corner rides like an oval. However, it takes a certain amount of throttle control to properly clear this corner without losing too much speed or going off into the gravel. Trust me- this corner will test your patience like you won't believe. Power your way down the backstretch and think about your attack. You need to brake hard enough so you don't overshoot the corner. Then as you drive through the area, you will need to let off the throttle momentarily while keeping a decent speed up. Try to follow the Racing Line as best as you can.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 18.700
• SILVER: 19.000
• BRONZE: 22.000


IB-7: Undulating Consecutive High-Speed Corners on Dirt.

Car: 2008 Ford Focus RS WRC
Course: Toscana
Start: Rolling Start at 45 mph

In what seems like one very long sweeping turn, you are given a 2008 Ford Focus RS WRC to take on what is really a sweeping right-hand corner that goes uphill, downhill, uphill again, and downhill again. Not as easy as it looks, right? A consistent line and consistent speed will do the trick here. Be careful in your attack of this course.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 32.000
• SILVER: 33.000
• BRONZE: 34.000


IB-8: The Carousel at the Nürburgring.

Car: 1992 Ferrari F40
Course: Nürburgring Nordschleife
Start: Rolling Start at 68 mph

It's called "Green Hell" for a reason. The Nürburgring Nordschleife is introduced for the first time in these series of tests. I personally hate racing this course. While I hate racing it, I absolutely respect it. Your mount is a Ferrari F40. Use this Ferrari's power and handling properly to get a solid run through this section. That means heavy braking along with going as deep inside as you can while powering out properly. Most of the track comes in blindly, so learn to use proper judgment in taking on the Carousel. If you need to better familiarize yourself with the Nordschleife, try the AMG Driving School exercises in the Special Events menu.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 17.200
• SILVER: 17.600
• BRONZE: 19.000


IB-9: Strategic Driving on the Final Section of Tokyo Route 246.

Car: 2009 Honda Insight LS
Course: Tokyo R246
Start: Rolling Start at 67 mph

Tokyo Route 246 ends with a sharp and wide left-hand corner. Leading up to that corner is a series of lefts and rights that can be taken at full speed or in brief intervals of throttle. None of the cars (including your Insight) is super-fast, so you won't need to do any serious braking from seriously high speeds. Take this course like IC-9. Use late braking while also diving as far inside of the final corner as possible. Or you may have to try to win a drag race down the front stretch if you fail to get the lead coming out of the final corner. Don't give up!

LICENSE POSITIONS:
• GOLD: 1st
• SILVER: 2nd
• BRONZE: 3rd


IB-10: Deep Forest Raceway 2-Lap Battle.

Car: 2008 BMW Z4 M Coupe
Course: Deep Forest Raceway
Start: Rolling Start at 80 mph

A beautiful blue BMW is given to you as part of a two-lap race around Deep Forest Raceway and 11 red-colored European cars. Deep Forest is a gut-wrenching, technical racing track with three tunnels and a handful of blind corners. Make good use of your BMW's power and performance to properly navigate your way around this technical course.

LICENSE POSITIONS:
• GOLD: 1st
• SILVER: 3rd
• BRONZE: 7th


Congratulations! You got your IB-License! Now get ready for the IA-License tests when you get to Level 12.




--- International A License Tests ---

(REMEMBER: Your A-Spec or B-Spec level must be at Level 12 to qualify for taking International-A License tests.)

Consider yourself accomplished if you manage to clear the International A License tests. Some of the fastest cars and most grueling tests await you in the IA series of tests.


IA-1: Mastering Circuit de la Sarthe's "Indianapolis" Section.

Car: 2007 Nissan Skyline Coupe 370GT Type SP
Course: Circuit de la Sarthe 2009
Start: Rolling Start at 100 mph

The 24 Hours of Le Mans is contested on an 8.5-mile (or about 13.6 kilometer) race track that mostly consists of public roads. You will be racing a certain part of Circuit de la Sarthe for this test in your Nissan. You must take on a corner called Indianapolis. The reason why the corner is called Indianapolis is because it is a banked left-hand corner, just like the turns on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval. Your approach will be very fast as you build up loads of speed heading into Indianapolis. Hard braking is required to set yourself up for Indianapolis and going through Indianapolis. But after this corner, you will face a much tougher corner (and what I think is the toughest of all corners on this track)- Arnage. Dig deep into both Indianapolis and Arnage with a combination of heavy braking and proper steering.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 38.200
• SILVER: 38.800
• BRONZE: 42.000


IA-2: Braking from Hunaudieres into Mulsanne.

Car: 2007 Lexus IS-F
Course: Circuit de la Sarthe 2009
Start: Rolling Start at 78 mph

After the second chicane of the Hunaudieres (often called the Mulsanne Straight), you head into a road that banks to the right a bit followed by an intensely sharp right-hand corner. That is what you need to do in this test with the Lexus IS-F given to you. Don't even think about braking or letting off the throttle until you actually reach the part where the road quickly and sharply goes to the right. No excuses- heavy braking and a strong exit are both required for you to clear this test with passing credit.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 30.300
• SILVER: 31.000
• BRONZE: 33.000


IA-3: The Corkscrew at Laguna Seca Raceway.

Car: 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible (C3)
Course: Laguna Seca Raceway
Start: Rolling Start at 73 mph

The most famous corner at Laguna Seca Raceway is the Corkscrew- a blind downhill chicane that trips up even the best racers. The Corkscrew also makes for some great photo opportunities as racing progresses on this track. This corner takes lots of practice to master. It can be fairly simple on most courses to properly go through a chicane. Here, however, it is blind and downhill. If you raced Laguna Seca in past GT titles, then you know what to do here. This course only utilizes the Corkscrew and not the following Rainey Curve. Don't start braking hard until you get to almost atop the hill where the Corkscrew awaits. Afterwards, you want to be able to carve a line that smoothly takes you downhill while not losing a lot of time. The Corkscrew can be very crucial to where as much of a full second can be earned or lost in this corner alone. If you have to, keep racing this test to help enhance your skill of tackling the Corkscrew.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 18.500
• SILVER: 19.000
• BRONZE: 21.000


IA-4: Braking Into Consecutive Corners on Snow.

Car: 1995 Toyota Celica GT-Four Rally Car (ST205)
Course: Chamonix Main
Start: Rolling Start at 70 mph

Toyota made one of the finest rally cars of the 1990s with their Celica GT-Four. Now, you are given the honor of racing one of these capable cars around a portion of Chamonix Main. This section is reminiscent of both Swiss Alps and Tahiti Maze... only that this is on snow as opposed to those two dirt tracks. Try to keep the Toyota as far inside of the corners as possible without jumping the snow banks. Be also mindful of how blind your approach will be heading into each corner.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 40.000
• SILVER: 41.000
• BRONZE: 47.000


IA-5: Driving Around Madrid's Puerta de Alcalá.

Car: 2009 Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce
Course: Circuito de Madrid
Start: Rolling Start at 93 mph

You are back at Circuito de Madrid for this test. This time, you are given the powerful Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce around the Puerta de Alcalá part of the track. This is a section that is essentially a roundabout. It is obvious that this Lamborghini you are using is immensely powerful and fast. To stand any chance of pulling a decent time, you need to properly control this beast by getting a proper setup into the corner followed by precise steering. The shift to the right followed by a sudden shift to the left will quickly unnerve your car. If you can keep the car within the inside at a decent speed, you will be able to complete this test with a great time.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 15.500
• SILVER: 16.000
• BRONZE: 18.500


IA-6: Visualizing a Driving Line Through Blind Corners.

Car: 2000 TVR Tuscan Speed 6
Course: Nürburgring GP/F
Start: Rolling Start at 106 mph

When racing on any circuit, you always want to envision and imagine the proper racing line, and you want to use that racing line to properly carve a path through the track. Here, you will be racing the wild TVR Tuscan Speed 6 around the first few corners of the difficult Nürburgring Grand Prix course. This section consists of a kink, a very sharp hairpin, and a couple of sweeping (yet blind) corners. Keep in mind that blind doesn't always mean turns with apexes blocked off by barriers. Blind can also relate to tough corners based on elevation changes. This test will be a gut-wrencher. It will not be easy to clear this test with a fast time. Take your time on this one.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 30.700
• SILVER: 31.200
• BRONZE: 34.500


IA-7: Toscana's Tricky High-Speed Consecutive Corners.

Car: 2008 Subaru Impreza WRC
Course: Toscana
Start: Rolling Start at 45 mph

The track is Toscana, and your mount is the 2008 Subaru Impreza WRC. What you need to do here is take your Impreza around a high-speed part of Toscana. Two jumps come up early. As you approach the first corner, you'll need to dig inside followed by keeping the car stable as you head into the sweeping right. Be proficient in your attack of this test.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 31.400
• SILVER: 32.000
• BRONZE: 35.000


IA-8: Cape Ring - Spiral Bridge.

Car: 2008 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG
Course: Cape Ring
Start: Rolling Start at 75 mph

Cape Ring is the first truly original course in a long while from the Polyphony Digital team. Its most distinctive feature is its spiral bridge. You will be racing this spiral bridge in your Mercedes-Benz. I would probably tell you to dig far inside to take on this corner. But if you go too deep into the red parts of this spiral bridge, you'll be considered out of bounds, and your run will be foul.

LICENSE TIMES:
• GOLD: 27.000
• SILVER: 28.000
• BRONZE: 33.000


IA-9: Strategic Driving on the First Corner of the Grand Valley Speedway.

Car: 2009 Volvo C30 R-Design
Course: Grand Valley Speedway
Start: Rolling Start at 91 mph

You are given the keys to the stylish Volvo C30 R-Design for this test. What you must do is go from the final corner of Grand Valley to the first corner while passing three other cars. Try to enter the slipstream of the 3rd Place car. Once you've built up enough speed, think about making some bold late braking moves to pass the 1st and 2nd place cars. You may end up taking a whack from one of the two cars, but make sure you have enough speed to hold off the other cars.

LICENSE POSITIONS:
• GOLD: 1st
• SILVER: 2nd
• BRONZE: 3rd


IA-10: Grand Valley Speedway 2-Lap Battle.

Car: 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4
Course: Grand Valley Speedway
Start: Rolling Start at 98 mph

If you want your International-A License so badly, complete two laps around Grand Valley Speedway in a Lamborghini Gallardo while passing 15 other cars. Sounds easy, right? Well... it isn't. A big reason why is because the Gallardo can be very unstable in the corners. I remember how much I struggled trying to keep the Gallardo stable despite its mid-engined 4WD layout. Getting gold will require you to tame this Italian beast while also driving fast enough to pass as many cars as possible. Enjoy the Gold prize if you manage to pass all the cars within this two-lap seqence.

LICENSE POSITIONS:
• GOLD: 1st
• SILVER: 3rd
• BRONZE: 7th


It was long and hard, but you pulled through. Go show the world your International-A License!





That's all, right? Of course not! You can complete your license collection by winning yourself a Super License. Stay tuned to John's Gran Turismo Space for more on that. Thank you for reading!

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