The 2021 Toyota Gazoo GR GT Cup e-Motorsport Series kicked off last April 30 via Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP)’s official Facebook page. We have witnessed the racers from the three different categories showcase their talents in the first round and have garnered points for the next rounds.
First round results
For the Junior Class (players 17 years old and below), the e-race was held at Monza tracks which seem like a playground for competitors. The first place was won by Russel Cabrera who maintained his lead until the last minute of the race. He is followed by David Marquez in second and John Paul Veloso in third place.
Moving to the Promotional Class (non-professional e-racers), the top spot is claimed by Jether Miole who managed to widen the gap from the other competitors. He came out in the e-Motorsport Series to show everyone that he has what it takes to take his talents to the next level.
And as for the Sporting Category (with professional e-sports experience), returning racer Terrence Lallave made a strong comeback and ended up at the top of the competition. The second place is clinched by Luis Moreno, while the third place is grabbed by Estefano Rivera who also raced the recent real-life track Vios Cup.
The first round was held last Friday
The winners will get the chance to win various prizes including a new PlayStation 5 for the ultimate champion. Other prizes made available in the e-Motorsport Series include a gaming headset, gaming mouse, gaming shifter, high-powered tablet, a gaming chair, and more.
For those who weren’t able to register the first time around, TMP is encouraging interested individuals to join the next rounds of the Toyota Gazoo GR GT Cup via its official website. The next round will start on May 28 to 29, while the final round will start on June 18 to 19.
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