It’s Monday, and for Gran Turismo 7 players this can only mean one thing: the new Daily Races have arrived. This week sees the return of karting in Daily Races along with new GR.3 and GR.4 races. Let’s find out what’s in store for players in this week’s Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 05 September.
Autodrome Lago Maggiore East End – 12 laps
The first event takes you on a 12-lap race around the high-speed Autodrome Lago Maggiore East End circuit in a go kart, so you’re in for a fun time. The Racing Kart 125 Shifter is required for this race. If you don’t already own it, it only costs 10,000 Credits.
Race A is a 12 grid start lap race with mandatory Sports Soft tyres. Fuel usage and tyre wear is set to normal and Balance of Performance (BoP) is enabled so tuning is not allowed.
There is no mechanical damage but there are light shortcut penalties along with penalties for collisions and pit stop lane cutting.
Dragon Trail Seaside Reverse – 4 laps
Race B takes us back to Dragon Trail once again for a four-lap race in GR.3 cars, only this time in reverse. You’ll be fighting with a full grid of 16 cars on Racing Hard tyres in this rolling start race.
BoP is enabled and fuel usage and tyre wear is set to normal in this race. There is also light mechanical damage and light shortcut penalties.
Sardegna Road Track A Reverse – 10 laps
Finally, Race C takes place at Sardegna Road Track in reverse for a 10-lap race in GR.4 cars with a full 16-car grid. This is a rolling start race on Racing Hard tyres.
Fuel usage is set to 2x, while tyre wear is set to 5x so you’ll need to prepare for pit stops. Like the other events, BoP is enabled. There are also light shortcut penalties and light mechanical damage.
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