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Kazunori Yamauchi, head of Gran Turismo developer Polyphony Digital, explained the premise at Gamescom; he envisions the film beginning with a mother worried over her game-obsessed kid and ending with a young champion.
Ordonez won the first GT Academy Europe in 2008, a competition to find the best Gran Turismo players and train them into real-life racers. Yamauchi, himself a professional driver, has since competed alongside Ordonez.
That sounds a lot cooler than the Fast & Furious rip-off we were expecting. What do you think?
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