I find it pretty amazing that a game that has been delayed for 3 years is still getting so much hype from its fans. Gran Turismo however seems to have that affect on people and because of that I doubt the game will ever die. Anyway, as you probably know, SEMA 2010 officially came to a halt this past weekend in Las Vegas. Before it ended however the guys from Gran Turismo decided to hand out an award to one very lucky individual. You see every year SEMA holds the Gran Turismo awards, an awards ceremony that grants one lucky builder the right to have their car immortalized by having it digitized and thus placed in the game for millions of gamers to love and enjoy.
This years winner was a wicked red 1969 Chevrolet Camaro owned by one Mark Stielow. The award was presented to Stielow by Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi. Unfortunately though for Stielow, the car won’t make its debut until the next version of the game. When that will be however, no body knows. Congratulations though to Mark Stielow for having his ride chosen to be apart of what is perhaps the biggest automotive video game franchise in history.