It’s Monday, and for Gran Turismo players that means a new round of Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races to tackle in Sport Mode, taking players across three different continents. Let’s dive in and find out what’s in store for players in this week’s GT7 Daily Races in Sport Mode.
Autodrome Lago Maggiore – West End – 5 laps
Race A takes us to Autodrome Lago Maggiore for a five-lap race in the 2002 Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero (S15). You’ll be racing on Sports Hard tyres, while widebodies and nitrous are prohibited.
Fuel consumption and tyre wear are standard in this grid-start race with 12 cars. Balance of performance (BoP) is also enabled.
Deep Forest Raceway Reverse – 5 laps
Race B takes place at the fan-favourite Deep Forest Raceway. To shake things up, the track is in reverse. Featuring Gr.4 cars, this race has a 16-car grid and a formation start. Racing Hard, Intermediate, and Heavy-Wet tyres are permitted for this event. Once again, fuel consumption and tyre wear are set to standard.
Naturally, BoP is enabled for an even playing field. If you’re not sure which GR.4 car to enter, be sure to check out our guide to the best GR.4 cars in Gran Turismo 7.
Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit – 10 laps
Finally, Race C takes place at the twisty Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit with an extended ten-lap race in GR.3 cars and a formation start.
This race takes place on Racing Hard, Intermediate, or Heavy-Wet tyres. Luckily, fuel consumption and tyre wear are set to normal.
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