As the GT Academy 2010 competition enters the third week of the online time trial competition, with a huge number of you guys vying for a place in the Top 20 in your country and a seat at your national final, a timely reminder of what you are racing for was highlighted today in the Sony CES press conference when a taste was given of Sony’s unified, global “make.believe” message.
The philosophy behind make.believe is simple: Believe that anything you can imagine, you can make real. So what does that mean, exactly? Here’s an example that should get you revved up to shave a few tenths off your current best time, or for those that haven’t downloaded the GT Academy Time Trial from PlayStation Store yet, the nudge you need to do it now and make your bid for racing glory before the online competition closes on the 24th January 2010. This is the story of how Lucas Ordonez
went from Gran Turismo player to real-life racer: