It’s a new week, which means a new set of Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races are live with three new events to tackle. This week’s daily races see you hop in a Honda NSX switching to GR.4 and GR.3 cars.
Suzuka dominates this week's Daily races with not one but two visits to the iconic Japanese circuit. Here’s what players can expect in this week’s GT7 Daily Races.
Suzuka Circuit East Course - 7 laps
For Race A, you’ll be hopping into a Honda NSX R for a seven-lap race at Suzuka. This is a grid start race with a false start check and 12 cars on track. You can loan the NSX if you don’t already own it and you’ll be driving Sports Hard tyres. Mid-speed BoP is enabled to keep the racing fair, along with penalties for light shortcuts, collisions with other cars, and pit lane cutting.
This is an unranked race so your DR and SR won’t be affected. Also be aware that fuel consumption and tyre wear are set to 1x.
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps – 3 laps
Race B takes place at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps for a three-lap race in GR.4 cars on Racing Hard, Intermediate, or Wet tyres. This 16-car race has a rolling start, so getting a good qualifying position will. Like Race A, fuel consumption and tyre wear are set to 1x. Unlike Race A, this is a ranked race that affects your SR and DR, so try to race cleanly.
High-speed BoP tuning is enabled with brake balance changes partially allowed. There is light mechanical damage along with penalties for shortcuts, collisions with other cars, and pit lane cutting.
Suzuka Circuit – 20 laps
Race C ramps up the difficulty considerably. This extended GR.3 race lasts 20 laps with fuel consumption and tyre wear set to 2x and 3x, respectively. Like Race A, you’ll be racing on Racing Hard, Intermediate, or Wet tyres.
Mid-speed BoP tuning is enabled with brake balance changes partially allowed. Light mechanical damage and shortcut penalties are enabled along with penalties for hitting other cars and cutting the pit lane.
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