A new trailer to commemorate the release of the Gran Turismo 6 demo features driver Lucas Ordoñez, who went from gamer to real-life racer thanks to Nissan's GT Academy program.
The fifth season of GT Academy kicks off today with the release of the demo, which clocks in at around 1 GB of hard drive space on the PlayStation 3. To compete, players will need to post one of the best times in the demo during the qualification period, which ends July 28. The demo itself will remain available until the end of August.
Gran Turismo 6 is expected to hit PS3 this holiday season. Polygon wrote a profile on another GT Academy winner as part of our Human Angle series this past May.