Continuing the events from the last episode of John Munro’s Let’s Play Race Driver: GRID series, it’s all tied up at the top of the GT1 Goodyear Continental GT championship standings. John needs to win the title to advance to the top level license in America, the ARL National Badge.
Unfortunately, things go off the rails rather quickly. While the Aston Martin GT1 is a fantastic car, maybe these tight corners aren’t the best for this beast. John is able to get a respectable finish after all the carnage, but his championship rival avoided it better and took the win and title.
Staying in America to finish off the license, Rick Racing attempts to take on the Drift Battle discipline. Winning the actual race isn’t everything, but more points are earned drifting from a higher position. Team driver Lee’s specialty is definitely not drifting, but he shows up at the end to complete the title sweep. It’s enough for John to take the ARL National Badge, giving him all three regions top level licenses.
The only thing left is to unlock the Global Tier license at the top. The end of the season is here again, though, so it’s Le Mans time once more. This year, Rick Racing is going Prototype racing in the LMP2 class. With his new Courage C65 LMP2, how will John and Lee do to close out the sixth season?
With 15 episodes down and all of the licenses unlocked, don’t you want to know what happened in the first 14 episodes of the series to get us to this point? It’s been a great play through so far, and we’re all looking forward to the future events that the team will be able to participate in. Tune in every Sunday to see how the series continues!