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The FIA GT Championship 2018 European Final to be Hosted at the Madrid Games Week!

The "Nations Cup" European Final of the FIA-certified Gran Turismo Championship 2018 will be hosted at the Madrid Games Week, a gamer's show held in Madrid, Spain, beginning October 18, 2018.

The Nations Cup is a category in the “FIA-certified Gran Turismo Championship,” a new form of racing proposed by the FIA (Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) and Gran Turismo. In this series, drivers representing different countries from the same region are pitted against each other.

In the European Final hosted on October 19 and 20 (Friday and Saturday), 30 of the fastest drivers from Europe, Middle East and Africa will gather to go wheel-to-wheel with each other to determine the fastest GT driver in Europe.

The event will crown the first European Champion and determine the players selected to the upcoming World Final. You can be sure to see the highest level of competition here because in Europe, the tradition and popularity of motor racing is very strong.

A press conference was held for local Spanish media to announce the hosting of the Championship's European Final. From the left: Coque López (PSN ID: Williams_coque14), Alejandro Muhsen Izarzugaza (PSN ID: Alexony94), Adam Suswillo (PSN ID: GTP_Aderrrm), Liliana Laporte (SIE Spain), Gran Turismo Series Producer Kazunori Yamauchi, Joaquín Verdegay, (President of Spain Automobile Club), local Madrid racing driver Lucas Ordóñez, Manuel Rodriguez Rincon (PSN ID: TRL_MANURODRY), and Stephane Fillastre (FIA)
A press conference was held for local Spanish media to announce the hosting of the Championship's European Final. From the left: Coque López (PSN ID: Williams_coque14), Alejandro Muhsen Izarzugaza (PSN ID: Alexony94), Adam Suswillo (PSN ID: GTP_Aderrrm), Liliana Laporte (SIE Spain), Gran Turismo Series Producer Kazunori Yamauchi, Joaquín Verdegay, (President of Spain Automobile Club), local Madrid racing driver Lucas Ordóñez, Manuel Rodriguez Rincon (PSN ID: TRL_MANURODRY), and Stephane Fillastre (FIA)