A new week is dawning, and for Gran Turismo 7 players that means a new series of GT7 Daily races to tackle. GT7 Daily Races 14 August are now live with three events to tackle with a variety of car and track combinations. This week sees you putting a Japanese runabout through its paces before progressing to GR.3 and GR.4 racecars.
Here’s a rundown of GT7 Daily Races 14 August without further ado.
Autodrome Lago Maggiore East End - 6 Laps
Race A takes us to Autodrome Lago Maggiore East End for a leisurely Sunday drive in the dinky Daihatsu Copen. You'll have no trouble Copen in this race. This is a six-lap race with 12 cars on track and a gird start. You’ll be racing on Comfort tyres.
There is 1x fuel consumption and 1x tyre wear for this race. Mid-speed BoP is enabled for all players. This race isn’t ranked, so your driver and safety ratings won’t be affected.
Light mechanical damage and light shortcut penalties are enabled. There are also penalties for collisions with other cars and walls as well as cutting the pitlane.
Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta - 5 Laps
This week's first ranked race sees players take a trip to Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta for a high-speed race in GR.4 cars for four laps. This race has a rolling start with a full grid of 16 cars. Racing Hard, Intermediate and Wet tyres are allowed.
As with Race A, fuel consumption and tyre wear are set to 1x.
Mid-speed BoP tune is applied to all cars. There is also light mechanical damage along with light shortcut penalties and collision penalties. Keep in mind this is a ranked race so your DR and SR are affected.
Red Bull Ring - 13 laps
This week’s final race has you racing around Red Bull Ring in GR.3 cars. It’s a rolling start race with 16 cars on track. Fuel consumption is set to 2x but tyre wear is 10x, so you’ll need to keep an eye on the condition of your tyres and schedule a pit stop.
Racing Mediums, Racing Softs, Intermediate, and Wet Tyres are allowed. However, switching to Racing Mediums or Racing Softs is required at some point in the race.
Mid-speed BoP tuning is enabled and there is light mechanical damage and light shortcut penalties. Collisions with other cars will be penalised, as will pit lane cutting, but there are no wall collision penalties.
Update 1.36 out now
If you haven’t downloaded it yet, the latest Gran Turismo 7 patch update is out now. Update 1.36 adds four new cars as well as new GT Café Menu Books and World Circuit events. Don’t forget you can also claim a free gift car for a limited time to celebrate the release of the Gran Turismo movie.
You can find out more in the Gran Turismo 7 update 1.36 patch notes here.
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