Gran Turismo All Stars (GT2)
League Level Special Event
License Level International A
Series Type Single Race
No. of Races 5
Tyre Restriction No restrictions
Tyre Wear No
Car Type Restriction No restrictions
1st Place Prize 50,000 Cr

The Gran Turismo All Stars is a race series in Gran Turismo 2, found in the fourth line-up of the Special Event category. It is a race between high-performance race cars.


All of the races are 5 laps long:


1st: Cr. 50,000

2nd: Cr. 30,000

3rd: Cr. 20,000

4th: Cr. 10,000

5th: Cr. 5,000

6th: Cr. 1,000

Typical Opponents

These are the typical opponents in these events:

Power (BHP) Tyre Type Car (Name)
544Racing Super-SoftAlfa Romeo 155 Touring Car
544Racing Super-SoftAudi TT LM Edition
555Racing Super-SoftOpel/Vauxhall Calibra Super Touring Car '94
639Racing Super-SoftFord GT40 Race Car '69
638Racing Super-SoftJaguar XJ220 GT Race Car
637Racing Super-SoftLotus Elise GT1
639Racing Super-SoftLister Storm V12 Race Car '99
690Racing Super-SoftDodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca '99
640Racing Super-SoftSaleen SR Widebody
679Racing Super-SoftVector M12 LM Edition
705Racing Super-SoftVenturi Atlantique 600 LM
639Racing Super-SoftNissan R390 GT1 Race Car '97
672Racing Super-SoftToyota GT-ONE Race Car (TS020) '99

Prize Cars

Tips and Tricks

  • This race event can be difficult if you don't have a proper race car, or a special road car. Before doing this event, try to win a proper race car in other race events. There are some good race cars that can be won as prize cars in some events and are actually very good cars overall, such as the Dodge Concept Car LM Edition or the Nissan Unisia Jecs Skyline GT (JGTC) '99. Be aware that the presence of the Toyota GT-ONE Race Car (TS020) '99 as an opponent can make the race difficult, especially if you are driving a slow car, but with a good race car, it isn't difficult to beat.


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