GT7 Daily Races 11 March: Temple runners

GT7 Daily Races 11 March Audi TTS' at Kyoto Driving Park


GT7 Daily Races 11 March Audi TTS' at Kyoto Driving Park

Spring approaches and new GT7 Daily Races have arrived. There are three new races for Sport Mode players to enjoy this week, as Polyphony takes us to two iconic motorsport venues and one short track for a chaotic blast.

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Let's take a look at what awaits in Gran Turismo 7 this week.

Race A

Kyoto Driving Park - Miyabi - 7 laps

The first race of the week takes us to the Kyoto Driving Park for seven laps around the short & sharp Miyabi layout in the Audi TTS Coupe '09.

The 12-car field will use a grid start and each car will be on the Sports Hard tyres. There is 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for this race.

GT7 Daily Races 11 March Race A information sheet
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Everyone will use a mid-speed BoP, with no further adjustments allowed. DR is off for this race, but SR is on so remember to keep it clean.

There is light mechanical damage along with light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions with other cars.

Race B

Laguna Seca - 5 laps

The next race takes us to the wonderful Laguna Seca for five laps in Gr.4 cars.

The 16-car field will use a rolling start here, so qualifying is crucial. You will be on the Racing Hard tyre, with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for the race.

GT7 Daily Races 11 March Race B information sheet
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Each car will use a low-speed BoP, with brake balance adjustments allowed. Both SR & DR are switched on for this race.

There is light mechanical damage along with light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions with other cars.

Race C

Monza - 10 laps

The final race of the week takes us to Monza, for 10 laps around the Temple of Speed in Gr.3 cars.

The 16-car field will again use a rolling start here, so make sure you get a good qualifying lap in. You will be on the Racing Hard tyre, with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for the race.

There is a mandatory pitstop in this race, but no additional tyre compound to use. So stopping halfway through is the best strategy.

GT7 Daily Races 11 March Race C information sheet
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Everyone will be using a high-speed BoP, with only brake balance adjustments allowed. Both SR & DR are switched on for this race.

There is light mechanical damage along with light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions with other cars. There is also a penalty for pitlane line cutting so be sure to stay on the correct side.

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