GT Sport’s update 1.11 brings more cars, tracks, and GT League events

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Last 20th of January, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi tweeted (@Kaz_Yamauchi) that a major update for GT Sport is on its way. While his post only teased 10 new cars, Update 1.11 released a week later also ended up with 8 new track configurations, 4 new GT League events, and is now available for download.

The official list of vehicles for GT Sport Update 1.11 included the following:

Dodge Viper GTS (N500)
Ferrari 512 BB (N400)
Ferrari 330 P4 (Gr.X)
Ford GT (N600)
Jaguar XJ13 (Gr.X)
Lamborghini Diablo GT (N600)
McLaren F1(N600)
Toyota 2000GT (N200)
Toyota FT-1 (N500)
Toyota Supra RZ (N300)

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There’s also a new circuit in the pack with Autodromo Nazionale Monza making its debut in GT Sport. Its 2 playable configurations has one with chicanes and one without. These will test the skills and nerves of anyone who’ll take their favorite cars on this high-speed track. Monza made its first appearance in Gran Turismo 5 back in ’10 and was also present in Gran Turismo 6.

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In addition to Monza, 3 new variations of Autodrome Lago Maggiore were added to the game. There’s the 1.7 km “Center” layout, the 3.6 km “East” layout, and the 4.1 km “West” layout. All 3 have the standard and reverse configurations that sums up to 8 new tracks in this update.

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Lastly, there are now 4 new events in the GT League mostly featuring the new tracks. F-150 Raptor Survival (Beginner League) is a 3-event one-make-race for Ford’s monstrous pickup truck, J-Sport Meeting (Amateur League) for Japanese N300 sports cars, and the La Festa Cavallino exclusive to Ferrari supercars. Then there’s the Gr.3 Endurance Series (Endurance League) which is a 20 lap Gr.3 race at Monza.

GT Sport Update 1.11 is available for download starting January 26, 2018.