Monday is here, and with the start of the week comes a new set of Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races to tackle. If you enjoy racing GR.1 cars in GT7, you're in luck this week. Let’s find out what’s in store for players in Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 12 September.
Laguna Seca – 4 laps
Race A takes us to Laguna Seca for a four-lap race in the 1997 Honda Civic Type R. Honda’s hot hatch is required for this race, but you can rent one for free if you don’t already own it.
This is a 12-car grid start race with a false start check and Comfort tyres. Fuel usage and tyre wear is set to normal and Balance of Performance (BoP) is enabled so you can’t modify your car’s performance.
There are also light shortcut penalties along with penalties for collisions with other cars and pit lane cutting.
Red Bull Ring – 5 laps
Race B returns to Red Bull Ring with a five-lap race in GR.3 cars on Racing Hard tyres. This rolling start race has you battling it out with 16 cars on track.
BoP is enabled and fuel usage and tyre wear is set to normal in this race. Light shortcut penalties are enabled as well as collision and pit lane cutting penalties.
Fuji International Speedway – 13 laps
While Race B is a familiar setup, Race C sees the return of GR.1 cars in GT7 Daily Races.
The final race takes place at Fuji International Speedway with an extended 13-lap race in GR.1 cars on Racing Medium tyres. Once again, this is a rolling start race with 1x fuel usage and tyre wear.
BoP is enabled and there are light shortcut penalties. Penalties for collisions with other cars and pit lane cutting are also enabled.
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