Coinciding with the release of update 1.36, a new set of GT7 Daily races are live with three new globetrotting events to tackle. GT7 Daily Races 07 August sees players take a vintage single-seater for a spin before hopping into GR.3 and GR.4 cars for ranked races around world-famous tracks in Belgium and Brazil.
Here’s what’s in store for players in GT7 Daily Races 07 August.
Suzuka Circuit - 4 Laps
Race A takes us to Suzuka Circuit for a four-lap race where you’ll be taking the Honda RA272 ’65 for a spin. This single-seater is famous for being Japan's first Grand Prix winner. With 12 cars on the grid, this is a rolling start race on Racing Hard, Comfort, or Wet tyres.
There is 1x fuel consumption and 1x tyre wear for this race. Mid-speed BoP is enabled for all players. As always, this is an unranked race so your performance won’t affect your driver or safety rating.
There is light mechanical damage, along with light shortcut penalties. Penalties for collisions and pit lane cutting are also enabled.
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps - 4 Laps
The first ranked race sees players head to Spa for a four-lap race in Gr.4 cars. This race has 16 cars on the grid and a rolling start on Racing Hard, Comfort, or Wet tyres. Like Race A, fuel consumption and tyre wear are set to 1x.
High-speed BoP tune is applied to all players and there is light mechanical damage along with light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions. Unlike Race A, your DR and SR is affected in this race if you trade paint with opponents.
Autodromo de Interlagos - 12 laps
The third and final race sees players tackle Brazil’s Autodromo de Interlagos in GR.3 cars. This rolling start race pits you against 15 cars for 12 laps. Fuel consumption is set to 1x but tyre wear is set to 6x, so keep an eye on your tyre treads during this lengthy race.
As for tyres, Racing Mediums, Racing Softs, Intermediate, and Wet Tyres are allowed. However, this race has a Racing Medium tyre change requirement so you’ll need to plan a strategic pit stop.
This race uses high-speed BoP tuning, but you can tune the brake balance. There is also light mechanical damage, light shortcut penalties, and penalties for collisions and pit lane cutting. These penalties will affect your DR and SR.
Update 1.36 out now
In addition, the update also adds new GT Café Menu Books, World Circuit events, and physics improvements.
You can find out more in the Gran Turismo 7 update 1.36 patch notes here.
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