Sadly the character is a no-go as I was unable to find a decent design on Discover (one silhouette and one really bad face were all that came up for me). Everything else is fine though. How does that work?
I just had a look at the page "Track day only" and noticed that some had added touring cars and the toyota S-FR which is a tuner that was featured in the tokyo auto salon, not a track special. Originally i was trying to design this page featuring the many 'track toys' of gran turismo. Like KTMs, LCR Rocket, FXX, Vulcan and etc.
Is there something we could do with Gran Turismo Sport Event Wishlist? There's no rules on that wishlist and I've counted a number of fake, made-up and dumb cars (not as in "original" Gr.3/Gr.4/Gr.B cars based on cars existing in GT Sport or a previous GT game, but things that don't even exist in real life such as "Conservative Motors C87-45 '14") and tracks in the events proposed there. There's other cringey aspects I also unable to fathom such as having a race only a specific user owns.
Hi, help me, the page Gran Turismo Sport Car Wishlist it filled with IP adress, and it annoys me more and more and he puts N400 instead of N600 of Mercedes E63S AMG. Please protect all IPs in this page!
Regarding a possible protection on the wishlist pages, I think it will be unlikely, as said pages are meant to be edited by anyone, even anonymous users.
About the possble incorrect suggested performance categories, I might suggest to explain to that user that "'X' car has 'Y' BHP, therefore it should belong in the 'Z' category", in case he doesn't know about the specs of a suggested vehicle.
Anyway, I will keep an eye on this situation for a while, even though I'm not a fan of wishlist pages. If this sort of "edit warring" will continue in the next days, I might consider to effectively protect the page (only for a few days, and only in extreme circumstances) or remove suggested price/performance categories, leaving only the car names.