GT Sport: New Daily Races, Subaru Impreza WRX, Spa-Francorchamps & more!

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Apparently it's Blue Monday today, but we don't feel that way thanks to the release of these new Daily Races.

With an exciting array of races this week in some awesome vehicles, we can't wait to get hands on.

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So, let's take a look now at where you can expect to be racing this week, and what you'll be in!

Race A

This first race will take place at one of Japan and Gran Turismo's finest, Tsukuba Circuit.

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JAPANESE LEGENDS: Tsukuba is a truly iconic circuit!

The track has a lap of a little over one minute, and features just 3 real braking zones! You may in fact recognise it from the infamous best Motoring videos on YouTube.

For this theatre of Japanese racing dreams you'll be racing in a true Japanese legend, the 1999 Subaru Impreza Coupe WRX. You'll be there for 5 laps, and you can even tune the Subaru's variable centre diff to your liking!

Race B

Race B is a slightly more standard affair, as you'll be heading to the GP circuit in Lago Maggiore for 4 laps of Gr. 4 action.

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READY TO RACE: Group 4 vehicles sure can be a handful!

This is a garage car, which means it has to be one which you own, however, you can pick whichever one you like.

We recommend grabbing a front-wheel drive vehicle if possible, as the lack of tyre wear removes any negative side-effects, and just leaves you with lighter car that often has more power.

Race C

Race C this week is a true legend in the making. Not just because you'll be in some iconic vehicles, but also at a truly iconic circuit.

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PURE SPEED: Group 1 cars are the epitome of speed!

The location for Race C is Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, where you'll be racing for a gruelling 10 laps.

You weapon of choice has to be a Gr. 1 vehicle. This means you will be using a garage car, and anything from a Mazda 787B to futuristic monsters form the Vision GT cohort.