Polyphony is back as always with their weekly daily races in Gran Turismo Sport. Despite the game being out for several years now, the developers have consistently provided players with new race and challenges to compete in, in the run-up to Gran Turismo 7.
Here is the trio of races that are new for this week!
AUTODROME LAGO MAGGIORE - CENTRE - 7 Laps
The first of three daily races this week takes place around the fictional circuit of Autodrome Lago Maggiore. You'll have seven laps of this track to catch and pass your rivals. You'll all be in the N300, which you don't have to own to enter, you will be provided with this car if you don't have one in your garage.
Other aspects to this race that you'll need to know is that you'll be having a standing grid start, the race will take around 15 minutes, and the slipstream will be toned down to weak.
RED BULL RING - 5 Laps
The second race takes place around a real-life circuit, the Red Bull Ring. You'll be competing in Gr. 3 cars, which have to be in your garage before entering, they won't be provided. There will be five laps races around this circuit and 15 other cars for you to try and best.
A rolling start will begin this 15-minute contest and you'll have to opt for Medium tyres to compete.
MOUNT PANORAMA MOTOR RACING CIRCUIT - 8 Laps
Third and final race in this trio is definitely the most challenging. You'll need to complete 8 laps of the gruelling Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit a.k.a. Bathurst. There are a whopping 20 cars in the grid, and you'll all be competing in Gr. 4 cars.
At around 25 minutes to complete, this also the longest race of these daily races. To make things even harder, your tyre wear and fuel consumption will play a role in this race. Fuel consumption will be multiplied by two and tyre wear by six, meaning you won't be able to push flat-out from lights to flag.
It may take a few attempts to pass all 19 of your rivals, but a rolling start should make it easier, if only slightly.