A new week sees Sport Mode races change once again in the GT7 Daily Races. This week sees a classic combination return to Gran Turismo 7 as well as a visit to a track we haven't been to for a while.
For the ultra-competitive, there are also two time trials at the time of writing in Sport Mode. The Le Mans Gr.1 will disappear shortly, but you can test your skills at a damp Tsukuba as well.
But for now, we will focus on the GT7 Daily Races 12 June. Let's see what we will be racing this week.
Trial Mountain - 4 laps
The unranked race this week takes us to Trial Mountain for four laps in the Ferrari 512 BB'76.
Players will be using the Comfort Soft tyre and there will be 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear. The 12-car field will be using a grid start.
As usual for race A, neither DR nor SR will be impacted by your driving in this one. Every car will use a mid-speed BoP, and there is light mechanical damage for the event.
There are also light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions.
Interlagos - 5 laps
The first of the two ranked races this week takes us to wonderful Interlagos for a Gr.4 race. This one will use the Racing Medium tyre, with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear. There will be a 16-car rolling start so be sure to qualify if you don't want to be right at the back.
As a ranked race your DR & SR will be affected by collisions, penalties, and your final result so be sure to race clean in this one.
Every car will be using a mid-speed BoP, with the Silvia spec-R Aero (S15) Touring Car looking like the best option for this race.
There is light mechanical damage, along with light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions.
Nurburgring - GP - 10 laps
The final race is a classic, Gr.3 cars at the Nurburgring GP layout. This race will also include a mandatory stop, so strategy will play a big part.
The 16-car field must use both the Racing Hard and Medium tyre compounds for this race, and there is 2x fuel consumption and 8x tyre wear to complicate matters. There will also be a rolling start so again qualifying is vital.
Once again a mid-speed BoP will be applied to all cars, with no specific car seeming to reign supreme right now. Though the 911 RSR (991) '17 is still a strong choice.
As you would expect, DR & SR are impacted by your performance in this race. There is light mechanical damage as well as light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions. There is also a penalty for cutting the pit lane line so be sure to stay on the correct side of it when making your stop!
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