Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races 11 April: GR.4 dominates

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After update 1.11 increased credit rewards following fan backlash, a new set of Daily Races awaits Gran Turismo 7 players.

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This week’s Daily Races includes two GR.4 races, so make sure you have the best GR.4 car in your garage. Remember, credit rewards in Daily Races have increased since update 1.11, making it easier to save up for your dream car.

Race A

Fuji International Speedway – 6 laps

Race A takes you on a six-lap race around Fuji International Speedway in the 1991 Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo. Comfort Tyres are required for this race.

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Balance of Performance is enabled in every Gran Turismo 7 Daily Race this week

This 12-car race has a grid start with normal fuel consumption and tyre wear. Balance of Performance (BoP) is enabled for an even playing field.

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Race B

Tokyo Expressway (Central Clockwise) - 8 laps

The second race takes place at Tokyo Expressway in GR.4 cars.

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GR.4 cars dominate this week's Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races

An eight-lap race with a formation start and a 16-car grid, this event requires Racing Hard tyres and has 2x fuel and 5x tyre wear. BoP is enabled.

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Race C

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Grand Prix Layout) – 10 laps

The third and final event is another GR.4 race.

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Credit rewards in Daily Races have increased since update 1.11

Race C takes is a 10-lap race around the Spanish Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with a 20-car field and a formation start. The race uses Racing Hard tyres, 7x fuel consumption, and 5x tyre wear. Like the other races, BoP is enabled in Race C.