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ABOUT TOYOTA GR VELOCITY ESPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP.

Welcome to one of Malaysia’s biggest racing simulation event that was created and orchestrated by Toyota Malaysia.

Open to participants from all over Malaysia, racers will first need to go through our first time-trial phase of qualification process and only the top 20 fastest times will move on to the semi-final race where they will go wheel-to-wheel in an action packed race for the final top 10 spots in the grand final and one step closer to being crowned Malaysia’s fastest simracing driver and bring home their share of the RM 70,000 prize pool!

It doesn’t stop there! The winner of this tournament will go ahead and represent our flag in the GT Supra Cup Asia Pacific Regional Qualifier and race against some Asia’s best before finally moving on to the the Global Finals.

Register today and race to your destiny!

QUALIFIER DATES:
Qualifier One: THURSDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER 2020
Qualifier Two: FRIDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER 2020
Qualifier Three: SATURDAY, 12 SEPTEMBER 2020
Qualifier Four:  SUNDAY, 13 SEPTEMBER 2020
Location: Online
QUALIFIER DATES:
Qualifier One:            THURSDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER 2020
Qualifier Two:            FRIDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER 2020
Qualifier Three:         SATURDAY, 12 SEPTEMBER 2020
Qualifier Four:           SUNDAY, 13 SEPTEMBER 2020
Location: Online
SEMI-FINAL AND
GRAND FINAL DATES:
Semi-Final:               SATURDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2020
Grand Final:             SUNDAY, 27 SEPTEMBER 2020
Location: UMW Toyota HQ, Shah Alam
SEMI-FINAL AND
GRAND FINAL DATES:
Semi-Final:  Saturday, 26 September 2020
Grand Final: Sunday, 27 September 2020
Location: UMW Toyota HQ, Shah Alam

THE GAME

The appeal of the Gran Turismo series is due significantly to its graphics, a large number of licensed vehicles, attention to vehicle detail, accurate driving physics emulation, and the ability to tune performance, hence the subtitle “The Real Driving Simulator”, incorporated to the franchise’s iconography since Gran Turismo 4.

Handling of the vehicles is modelled on real-life driving impressions, tuning is based on principles of physics, and the sound of the vehicle’s engine is based on recordings of the actual vehicles. The game has been a flagship for the PlayStation console’s graphics capabilities, and is often used to demonstrate the system’s potential.

THE SETUP

NEXT LEVEL RACING GT ULTIMATE V2 SIMULATOR COCKPIT

The Next Level Racing GT Ultimate V2 is a cockpit with numerous adjustments to suit users of all shapes and sizes. The custom designed race seat allows for even users of up to 150 kg to race comfortably for multi hour races. Leading the way in design and functionality, the Next Level GT Ultimate V2 is a cockpit also used by professional race car drivers from numerous racing leagues including V8 Supercars, Dunlop Cup, Kumho Cup, Swift Series, Aussie Racing Series, Formula Ford and Porsche Cup.

THRUSTMASTER T-GT RACING WHEEL

Thrustmaster presents T-GT, the ultimate Thrustmaster racing simulator for Gran Turismo Sport and for future Gran Turismo games: drivers will benefit from unique new technologies to experience all car behaviours and anticipate all track conditions.

Push your skills to the limit and get ready for the competitions.

THE CARS

TOYOTA GAZOO RACING – PUSHING THE LIMITS FOR BETTER.

Toyota’s history in motorsports dates back more than 60 years. Having raced in all manner of motorsports throughout the world, Toyota’s major successes gained under the most extreme conditions serve as the flesh and blood for building tomorrow’s cars. In order to embody the concept of “Roads Build People and Cars,”

Toyota refines every aspect of its cars on the world’s roads and unsparingly applies the knowledge and technology gained in this way as feedback. All is for “building ever-better cars.” Holding this philosophy which has remained unchanged for more than 60 years, Toyota continues to push the limits.

THE GAME

The appeal of the Gran Turismo series is due significantly to its graphics, a large number of licensed vehicles, attention to vehicle detail, accurate driving physics emulation, and the ability to tune performance, hence the subtitle “The Real Driving Simulator”, incorporated to the franchise’s iconography since Gran Turismo 4.

Handling of the vehicles is modelled on real-life driving impressions, tuning is based on principles of physics, and the sound of the vehicle’s engine is based on recordings of the actual vehicles. The game has been a flagship for the PlayStation console’s graphics capabilities, and is often used to demonstrate the system’s potential.

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THE SETUP

NEXT LEVEL RACING GT ULTIMATE V2 SIMULATOR COCKPIT

The Next Level Racing GT Ultimate V2 is a cockpit with numerous adjustments to suit users of all shapes and sizes. The custom designed race seat allows for even users of up to 150 kg to race comfortably for multi hour races. Leading the way in design and functionality, the Next Level GT Ultimate V2 is a cockpit also used by professional race car drivers from numerous racing leagues including V8 Supercars, Dunlop Cup, Kumho Cup, Swift Series, Aussie Racing Series, Formula Ford and Porsche Cup.

THRUSTMASTER T-GT RACING WHEEL

Thrustmaster presents T-GT, the ultimate Thrustmaster racing simulator for Gran Turismo Sport and for future Gran Turismo games: drivers will benefit from unique new technologies to experience all car behaviours and anticipate all track conditions.

Push your skills to the limit and get ready for the competitions.

THE CARS

TOYOTA GAZOO RACING – PUSHING THE LIMITS FOR BETTER.

Toyota’s history in motorsports dates back more than 60 years. Having raced in all manner of motorsports throughout the world, Toyota’s major successes gained under the most extreme conditions serve as the flesh and blood for building tomorrow’s cars. In order to embody the concept of “Roads Build People and Cars,”

Toyota refines every aspect of its cars on the world’s roads and unsparingly applies the knowledge and technology gained in this way as feedback. All is for “building ever-better cars.” Holding this philosophy which has remained unchanged for more than 60 years, Toyota continues to push the limits.

TOYOTA GR VELOCITY ESPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

Check out all the race highlights that happened last year in Pavilion KL where Mohd Shahril defied the odds and crossed the finish line, crowning himself the king of the virtual race track and also bagging his cut of the RM70,000 prize pool!

  • Supra RZ ‘20

    The Toyota Supra ended production in 2002 to the dismay of many fans worldwide, but the car made its comeback in the 2019 North American International Auto Show.

    This flagship Toyota model, which carries over the inline 6-cylinder engine and rear wheel drive, is headed by chief engineer Tetsuya Tada, who also brought the Toyota 86 to life. Under the slogan “Numbers are one thing, feeling is what matters”, he proceeded to create a car that speaks to the sense of the driver.
    Optimally balanced with a 50:50 weight distribution and a low-center of gravity, it provides powerful acceleration with a twin scroll turbo.

    The quick handling enabled by the wide body and short wheelbase is a result of a pursuit to achieve an ideal sports car, and its glamorous and elegant form and straight six engine sound combines to gives it an aura that is unrivalled by others.

    The GR Supra RZ was developed for not only real motorsports but also with competition in Gran Turismo Sport in mind. The further refined 2020 model will also come in highly anticipated new body colors.

    Now on sale in Malaysia, the GR Supra variant retails at RM589,987* exclusively at GR Garage outlets across Malaysia.

    FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3

    Based on the the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo, this variant of the FT-1 is homologated to the Gr.3 Class to be eligible for the Gran Turismo Manufacturer’s Cup.

    The designers’ original intention in designing the FT-1 was to unabashedly appeal to the die-hard car enthusiasts. In the same way, the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3 is designed for die-hard Gran Turismo fans. The designers focused on keeping the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3 authentic for the virtual racetracks of the game, to maximize their driving pleasure.

    Because the bones and architecture of the FT-1 already lend itself to cooling and down force through “function-sculpting,” the vision version just needed to be enhanced as a pure racing car. The designers extensively studied racetracks and racecars and applied their research into the styling. A deep sense of rawness is evident in the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3, due to its purely function-driven design aesthetics. The fenders and tires are wider for extreme grip on the track. The enlarged air intakes provide increased cooling, and a larger rear wing and additional front canards have been added for even more down force. The rear diffuser has been enlarged with multiple vertical fins, and is moved further back for cleaner airflow.

    The FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3 looks and feels the way it performs, so the driver can speed through the racetracks with the same sensation and thrill of real racing.

    TS050 Hybrid LMP1

    The TS050 Hybrid is a prototype racing car, developed by Toyota in 2016 to compete in the LMP1 class of the FIA World Endurance Championships, which includes the famed Le Mans 24-hour race. Two years prior to this, in 2014, Toyota became the series champion in the TS040 Hybrid. In 2015 they ended the season in 3rd place, and the TS050 was developed from scratch to attempt a return to the top once again, which it later conquered Le Mans in 2018 and 2019.

    As with its predecessor, the car was still an all-wheel drive hybrid with a MGU in the front and rear wheels, but the powertrain was greatly changed from the previous naturally aspirated 3.7 liter V8 to a twin turbocharged direct injection 2.4 liter V6. The battery was changed from the super capacitor with fast charge and discharge characteristics to a high-power lithium-ion battery developed for racing, with a high-power storage capacity. The total system output, including the engine and front/rear motors, is 986 BHP, making it equal to the TS040 in this respect, but the torque had been increased significantly due to the turbocharging.

    Also, the MGU of the front wheels was made more compact, which allowed design changes to redirect the airflow under the car, further improving its aerodynamic performance.

    Two TS050 Hybrids participated in the World Endurance Championships from the Toyota Gazoo Racing team. One was driven by Kazuki Nakajima / Sébastien Buemi / Anthony Davidson, and the other car was driven by Kamui Kobayashi / Stéphane Sarrazin / Mike Conway. In 2016 the Kobayashi team showed great speed and were a contender for the Driver’s Championship, but in the end, they finished 3rd in the season rankings, and placing 3rd in the Manufacturer’s rankings. And the finally the breakthrough was achieved with a back-to-back victory at Le Mans in 2018 and 2019 piloted by Fernando Alonso / Sébastien Buemi/ Kazuki Nakajima in the No. 8 car – redeeming Toyota’s 2016 heartbreak final-lap retirement.

    Dallara-Toyota SF19

    The top-level Formula Racing in Japan, the Super Formula Series switched the chassis of their race cars to the Dallara SF19 for the 2019 Season competition.

    The SF19 is a successor to the SF14 that was used from 2014 to 2018, also designed by Dallara of Italy. Carrying over the agile and light weight concept, the new car was made to meet the F1 safety requirement established by the FIA in 2016, including the introduction of the HALO cockpit protection system for improved safety. It also incorporates revisions in its aerodynamics to balance competition and entertainment value, improving controllability when in close proximity to other cars so that it will be easier to overtake.

    The car continues to use the NRE engine introduced in 2014. This is a turbocharged 2 litre inline 4 cylinder with direct injection, specially developed by Toyota under a common regulation and sharing the same components such as the turbine and ECU. The maximum output is unchanged at over 542 BHP, but there is a very fierce development competition within the narrow range allowed between the two engine producers.

  • Supra RZ ‘20

    The Toyota Supra ended production in 2002 to the dismay of many fans worldwide, but the car made its comeback in the 2019 North American International Auto Show.

    This flagship Toyota model, which carries over the inline 6-cylinder engine and rear wheel drive, is headed by chief engineer Tetsuya Tada, who also brought the Toyota 86 to life. Under the slogan “Numbers are one thing, feeling is what matters”, he proceeded to create a car that speaks to the sense of the driver.
    Optimally balanced with a 50:50 weight distribution and a low-center of gravity, it provides powerful acceleration with a twin scroll turbo.

    The quick handling enabled by the wide body and short wheelbase is a result of a pursuit to achieve an ideal sports car, and its glamorous and elegant form and straight six engine sound combines to gives it an aura that is unrivalled by others.

    The GR Supra RZ was developed for not only real motorsports but also with competition in Gran Turismo Sport in mind. The further refined 2020 model will also come in highly anticipated new body colors.

    Now on sale in Malaysia, the GR Supra variant retails at RM589,987* exclusively at GR Garage outlets across Malaysia.

    FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3

    Based on the the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo, this variant of the FT-1 is homologated to the Gr.3 Class to be eligible for the Gran Turismo Manufacturer’s Cup.

    The designers’ original intention in designing the FT-1 was to unabashedly appeal to the die-hard car enthusiasts. In the same way, the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3 is designed for die-hard Gran Turismo fans. The designers focused on keeping the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3 authentic for the virtual racetracks of the game, to maximize their driving pleasure.

    Because the bones and architecture of the FT-1 already lend itself to cooling and down force through “function-sculpting,” the vision version just needed to be enhanced as a pure racing car. The designers extensively studied racetracks and racecars and applied their research into the styling. A deep sense of rawness is evident in the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3, due to its purely function-driven design aesthetics. The fenders and tires are wider for extreme grip on the track. The enlarged air intakes provide increased cooling, and a larger rear wing and additional front canards have been added for even more down force. The rear diffuser has been enlarged with multiple vertical fins, and is moved further back for cleaner airflow.

    The FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo Gr.3 looks and feels the way it performs, so the driver can speed through the racetracks with the same sensation and thrill of real racing.

    TS050 Hybrid LMP1

    The TS050 Hybrid is a prototype racing car, developed by Toyota in 2016 to compete in the LMP1 class of the FIA World Endurance Championships, which includes the famed Le Mans 24-hour race. Two years prior to this, in 2014, Toyota became the series champion in the TS040 Hybrid. In 2015 they ended the season in 3rd place, and the TS050 was developed from scratch to attempt a return to the top once again, which it later conquered Le Mans in 2018 and 2019.

    As with its predecessor, the car was still an all-wheel drive hybrid with a MGU in the front and rear wheels, but the powertrain was greatly changed from the previous naturally aspirated 3.7 liter V8 to a twin turbocharged direct injection 2.4 liter V6. The battery was changed from the super capacitor with fast charge and discharge characteristics to a high-power lithium-ion battery developed for racing, with a high-power storage capacity. The total system output, including the engine and front/rear motors, is 986 BHP, making it equal to the TS040 in this respect, but the torque had been increased significantly due to the turbocharging.

    Also, the MGU of the front wheels was made more compact, which allowed design changes to redirect the airflow under the car, further improving its aerodynamic performance.

    Two TS050 Hybrids participated in the World Endurance Championships from the Toyota Gazoo Racing team. One was driven by Kazuki Nakajima / Sébastien Buemi / Anthony Davidson, and the other car was driven by Kamui Kobayashi / Stéphane Sarrazin / Mike Conway. In 2016 the Kobayashi team showed great speed and were a contender for the Driver’s Championship, but in the end, they finished 3rd in the season rankings, and placing 3rd in the Manufacturer’s rankings. And the finally the breakthrough was achieved with a back-to-back victory at Le Mans in 2018 and 2019 piloted by Fernando Alonso / Sébastien Buemi/ Kazuki Nakajima in the No. 8 car – redeeming Toyota’s 2016 heartbreak final-lap retirement.

    Dallara-Toyota SF19

    The top-level Formula Racing in Japan, the Super Formula Series switched the chassis of their race cars to the Dallara SF19 for the 2019 Season competition.

    The SF19 is a successor to the SF14 that was used from 2014 to 2018, also designed by Dallara of Italy. Carrying over the agile and light weight concept, the new car was made to meet the F1 safety requirement established by the FIA in 2016, including the introduction of the HALO cockpit protection system for improved safety. It also incorporates revisions in its aerodynamics to balance competition and entertainment value, improving controllability when in close proximity to other cars so that it will be easier to overtake.

    The car continues to use the NRE engine introduced in 2014. This is a turbocharged 2 litre inline 4 cylinder with direct injection, specially developed by Toyota under a common regulation and sharing the same components such as the turbine and ECU. The maximum output is unchanged at over 542 BHP, but there is a very fierce development competition within the narrow range allowed between the two engine producers.

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