GT Sport Lap Guide: Hizal shows you how to sizzle at Suzuka

GT Sport Lap Guide: Hizal shows you how to sizzle at Suzuka


Hello guys. This is Mikail Hizal. And I wanted to show you a lap guide at Suzuka with the Nissan GT-R Group 3. Also, turning on the BoP, just to have the
reference for you guys and also using the medium tyres at the same time. So yeah, let’s go. Ok guys, we are about to start the lap at
Suzuka with the Nissan GT-R. As for Suzuka itself, it’s one of the most
technical circuits in Gran Turismo Sport. And also, like for me personally, my favourite track in general. As for the first corner here, brake right
before the 50 metre braking mark on the left hand side so that you can take the first corner here like this. Also sometimes using your kerb on the left hand side so that you can also take the best exit out as possible and don’t be afraid of using the kerb on this left hand side here to take the momentum to the upcoming ‘S’ chicane here, where you are also using the kerbs on the
inside to rotate your car a lot better. Also for here, using the green area here just to place your car a lot better. If your car is a mid-engine car, you can use the kerb here on the right hand side easily to rotate your car a lot better. For the FR cars, you can clip the kerb a little bit so that your car can also rotate a little bit slightly better. As for this upcoming corner here, try to use all the track here on the right hand side to basically have the best exit out of this corner here. And for the upcoming corner, try to brake right before the 50 metre braking mark on the left hand side, so you can cut the kerb here ever so slightly, take as much speed as possible and then clipping the kerb here, on the right hand side to again take the best exit out as possible again. As for this upcoming corner here, try not
to brake as late as possible because you can easily overshoot the braking, the corner here, so basically, my braking point is basically
right when the kerb ends or like, depending on which tyre compound you are also using, like right after the kerb here so that you can also, kind of like, come across here into the kerb, hitting the kerb here ever so slightly, depending on which car you are using of course and then here, using the kerb here to also have the best momentum for the short, straight line again. Also for here, I always stay as narrow as
possible so that I can try to basically clip the kerb here, on the right hand side to rotate the car better. As for here, braking right before the 50 metre mark again, using the kerb on the inside, outside and then again the inside here to basically use the kerb on the upcoming
right-hander for the best momentum for the last straight line basically before approaching 130R. As for 130R, brake right before the 50 metre mark on the right hand side, cut the kerb a little bit here, use the kerb on the right
hand side. And as for the upcoming corner here, braking right before the 100 braking mark on the left hand side. Using the kerb here of course like this and
then also be patient on the throttle and then if you wanna finish your lap, try to stay
as narrow as possible. But now guys, I want to show you a fast lap here, obviously with no practise but still… kind of like having a reference for you guys so yeah… Let’s gooooooo! Hello guys! We’re about to approach Turn 1 here. As I said, braking ever so slightly here. Using the kerb on the inner side here, also here, obviously. Running wide, not good. Using the kerb here. I want to be a good teacher of course, hahaha. Not a good exit here but it’s still fairly OK. Brake! Using the kerbs. Brake! Turn in. Hugging the kerb, exit. Wah! Uh, it’s an OK time. Ah! Too early. Uhhhhhh. Wiggle, wiggle. OK. Staying as narrow as possible. Clipping the kerb. Brake! Using the kerbs, woohoo. Brake! Ah, not a good entry. Not a good exit. OK, let’s go. Ok, 1:39 please. Be nice to me. Oh, too slow. No. Brake! Oops. Yes, yes, yes, come on. We can finish the lap, first try. Easy. Ok, that’s a lap at Suzuka. Ah, not a good lap but I think it should be
enough as a reference so yeah, I hope you guys enjoyed it with my trash talking here. So yeah, good luck and have fun obviously so yeah, see ya.

30 Replies to “GT Sport Lap Guide: Hizal shows you how to sizzle at Suzuka”

  1. Nice tips there. Let Suzuka come next in Daily race will try these. You could have mentioned why you changed Brake Bias for corners. Great video.

  2. Is this https://youtu.be/Zbs0kGSian8?t=286 a techinique or his legite reactions to save the car? (given the visual and wheel feedback)

  3. you are the best at saving tires in the game and wonder if there is a big difference in your driving style from quali to race?

  4. Every one of these videos so far has the driver not doing their best laps. Why not give them a chance to do a few more laps and then take the best of those?

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