Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 10 October: Speeding around Suzuka

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A new week has begun, which means a new set of Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races to tackle. Here’s what’s in store for GT7 players in Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 10 October.

Race A

Suzuka Circuit – 5 laps

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Fittingly after last weekend’s eventful Japanese Grand Prix that crowned Max Verstappen World Champion for the second year running, Race A takes us to the high-speed Suzuka Circuit.

Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 10 October Race A

In this 12-grid event, you’ll be racing around the Japanese circuit in a feisty F1500T-A single-seater for five laps. As always, you can rent the F1500T-A for the event if you don’t already own it.

This grid start race has a false start check and requires Racing Soft tyres. Mechanical damage is disabled, while fuel usage and tyre wear is set to standard. There are also light shortcut penalties, collision penalties, and mid-speed BoP (Balance of Performance) tuning restrictions.

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Race B

Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit – 7 laps

Race B takes us to the Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit for a seven-lap race in GR.3 cars on Racing Hard tyres. This 16-grid event has a rolling start with light mechanical damage and low-speed BoP also enabled.

Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 10 October Race B
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Fuel usage and tyre wear is set to standard. Shortcut penalties, collision and pit lane cutting penalties are also enabled.

Race C

Autodromo de Intergalos – 14 laps

For the third event, Race C features GR.1 cars in a 14-lap race at Autopolis International Racing Course. Featuring a rolling start and 16 cars on the grid, you’ll be racing on Racing Medium tyres with standard fuel usage.

Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 10 October Race C
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You’ll need to strategise and preserve your tyres however as this event has 5x tyre wear along with light mechanic damage.

Race C also has mid-speed BoP tuning restrictions and penalties for shortcuts, collisions with other cars, and pit lane cutting.