Here are the Round 2 results of 2021 Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup

Updated Jun 01, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

The virtual racing competition is heating up.  

If you’re keenly following the Philippine division of the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup, we’ve got some updates for you. 

A picture of the 2021 GR GT Cup Round 2 champions

Ladies and gents, the winners of the 2021 GR GT Cup Round 2

Emerging as victors on the second round of the said sim-racing championship are three highly skilled individuals who have proven their mettle in the digitally rendered racetracks of Gran Turismo Sport, specifically the Tokyo Circuit. This includes Joshua David Marquez for the 17-under Junior Class, Luis Moreno for the Sporting Class, and Jether Miole for the Promotional Class. 

Also winning the second-place and third-place in the Junior Class is Russel Cabrera and John Paul Veloso respectively. Coming in after Moreno in second place in the Sporting Class is Terrence Lallave, with Lance Padilla in third.  

For those who don’t know what the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup is, it’s a sim-racing competition officially sanctioned by Toyota. The races take place within the realistically rendered race tracks of Gran Turismo Sport, whilst using faithfully recreated Gazoo Racing vehicles. 

So, what’s at stake for this year’s Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup? Well, the overall champions will win a brand-new Sony PlayStation 5 in addition to cash prizes. The second and third placers will also win gadgets, and a gaming chair.

A picture of two Toyota Supras racing in Gran Turismo Sport

Wanna join and find out what you're capable of on a (digital) race track? Then sign up now 

If you want to catch up, you can head on over to the official Toyota Philippines website to register. General requirements include access to a Sony PlayStation 4, an active PSN Account, a PS Plus Subscription, a copy of Gran Turismo Sport, a stable internet connection, a valid passport, an active Facebook account, and a compatible gaming controller.  

The Junior Class is open to all Filipinos aged 17 and below. The Promotional Class is for novice players with no professional e-Sports experience as well as existing players under the said class. Lastly, the Sporting class is open to previous winners of past GR GT Cup, members of professional e-Sports Racing Teams, Professional E-Racers, or highly-skilled e-Racers in general. 

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Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar G.B. Miguel


Cesar is a graduate of AB English with previous experience working as a freelance writer for varied internet publications in-between his former stints in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and later as a First Aid Provider and Training Staff at the Iligan City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.

Since childhood, Cesar has been keenly interested in cars. He has learned the ins and outs of these marvelous vehicles and is a competent amateur mechanic who is keen on sharing his knowledge.

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