The latest offering of weekly featured races are two one-make races.
As GT Sport continues to receive frequent updates, the wait for Gran Turismo 7 grows longer.
However, these weekly races do help to keep the game feeling fresh, and make us try new ways of playing the game.
So, let's take a look at this weeks GT Sport daily races!
These one-make races are the feature of the races for the next seven days.
The three races will take you to three of the world's most famous circuits, as you take on Fuji International Speedway, Nurburgring GP and Brands Hatch GT Circuit.
These three circuits will be a blast for players, and we're sure you know them like the back of your hand by now.
Fuji International Speedway
You'll be heading to Japan in a Toyota Crown Athlete for three laps of the track.
Whilst the car is a bit of a tank, the weight has been adjusted by BOP slightly, and the racing will be tight!
For this race you'll be starting in a grid format, and the race is one Sports Hard tyres.
This time, you'll be having a much more German race...
At the Nurburgring GP circuit in Porsche 911 GT3's, for three laps of the track.
Once again, the race is a grid start with Sports Hard, although this is a Garage Car race.
Brands Hatch GP Circuit
Brands Hatch this week is a whole different kettle of fish when compared with the other two.
This time, you'll be on the circuit in your own Gr.4 cars.
Also, you'll be there for 13 laps, and the race will start in a rolling start formation.
Finally, you must use at least one set of Racing Medium and Racing Softs, as one stop is mandatory.
Tyre wear and Fuel Use are set at 6x and 2x respectively.