on 15-04-2012 06:02 PM
on 15-04-2012 10:33 PM
All cars in GT are licenced, not just certain ones.
The real question is whether PD would have old F1 cars available or not, considering Codemasters' F1 licence. I am not certain they would be without a sub-licence.
17-04-2012 08:08 PM - edited 17-04-2012 08:09 PM
on 18-04-2012 02:15 PM
"Why does Ferrari have the only F1 car in the game? While talking to a marketing representative for one of the manufacturers in GT5, I finally received an answer to this perplexing question. It all comes down to licensing and Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone. He commands control of the licensing for all of the cars in the series, with the exception of Ferrari. For reasons known only to Bernie and Ferrari, they have a special provision in their F1 contract which allows them to license their cars to whomever they please."
18-04-2012 04:09 PM - edited 18-04-2012 04:10 PM
in F1 a car that hasn't been used in 2 year old is no longer "owned" by F1 so the owner can do what they please so that may explain the 07 Ferrari but the 10 Ferrari must off gone under the Ferrari-Bernie agreement
on 08-05-2012 09:24 PM
Hmm... If we're talking F1 legends I would like to see some of the ground breaking F1 cars such as the Lotus 78 JPS mkIII Ground effect car or the Brabham BT46 fan car which won its first race and was then promptly banned.
Maybe even the Tyrrell six wheeler, might make pit stops a bit interesting tough that one!
Hello Anonymous! Welcome to the Gran Turismo Boards!
For the latest news and updates on what is happening in the PlayStation community, head over to our Announcements & Events forum.
To post a message, you will need to Sign In to the Forums using your PLAYSTATION®Network Sign In ID and password. If you do not yet have a PSN account, just click here to register.
For more information on Gran Turismo click here!
Website ©2013 Sony Computer Entertainment Europe
All content, game titles, trade names and/or trade dress, trademarks, artwork and associated imagery are trademarks and/or copyright material of their respective owners. All rights reserved. [more info]