Toyota has made it possible for thousands of motorsports enthusiasts to relive the thrill and experience of watching Toyota GR cars on iconic racing circuits through TGR GT Cup Asia 2021. Return of Rivals Finalists from the GR Supra GT Cup Asia Regional Round last year are back again in this year's star-studded line-up of racers who will be competing to be crowned Regional Champion of TGR GT Cup ASIA 2021. Muhammad Aleef of Singapore, Taj Aiman from Malaysia, and Nathayos Sirigaya from Thailand will compete head-to-head-to head again in their respective groups as they battle it out on four different racing circuits on the Tokyo Expressway in the newly introduced GR Yaris. "This year's TGR GT CUP ASIA will be oh so close, with so many top-class drivers, all prepared to put everything on the line to win, you can never predict how it's going to turn out," said Muhammad Aleef of Singapore, champion of the GR Supra Cup Asia 2020.
"If last year's event is anything to go by, All I can say is that the TGR GT CUP ASIA is insanely competitive considering we will be racing against the region's best drivers," Said Taj Aiman. "The most important thing will be to remain focus and consistent. You cannot afford to make mistakes on any of the four races, and if you do, the odds of bouncing back into championship contention will be anything from slim to impossible."
Cars in the Gran Turismo, like the GR Yaris, will drive like the real vehicle with GR-Four 4WD TractionFor the first time, each car will sport a unique livery[i] designed by renowned local artists from each of the participating countries – Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, and South Korea. TGR GT Cup ASIA 2021 The top five racers in each group will race their way to the finals. The remaining 11 racers will go on to compete in the Consolation Race on the Fuji Speedway racing circuit, in the GR Supra'20 for a last shot to be in the Final Race. The Final Race of the TGR GT Cup ASIA 2021 will see 15 racers pushing their limits on two exciting tracks with equally thrilling, high performance vehicles. Racers will take their seats behind the all-new GR 86 as they take on five laps of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium, which is also the circuit used by the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix, which will include a mandatory pit stop and a compulsory tyre change. The fourth and final round, will take place on the iconic Le Mans circuit in France as where they will maneuver the 13.6km track with a TS050 Hypercar. The top two regional finalists will be guaranteed a spot to represent Asia in the year-end TGR GT Global Finals. The TGR GT Cup ASIA 2021 will be streamed on One Esports platforms on 16 October 2021, at 6.30PM (GMT+8):
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