A new week is here and as always it brings a new set of GT7 daily races. This week gives us a trio of races to tackle and some interesting combinations.
We're off to France for the short and tricky Alsace test course before taking on two elite tracks in world racing, but one with a lesser-used car category.
So what are we getting up to in Sport Mode this week? Let's find out!
Alsace - Test Course - 7 laps
The first race of the week is, as always, unranked. Players will be taking on seven laps of the Alsace test course in the BMW Z8 '01.
The 12-car field will use a grid start and the Sports Hard tyre, with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for this event.
Everyone will be using a mid-speed BoP for this race, so don't worry about tuning. There is light mechanical damage, light shortcut penalties, and penalties for collisions to worry about too.
Barcelona-Catalunya - No Chicane - 4 laps
The first ranked race of the week takes us to the circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and the preferred no chicane layout. Players will be using Gr.3 cars and the Racing Hard tyre for this four-lap race.
The 16-car field will use a rolling start, so qualifying is crucial. Both fuel consumption and tyre wear are set to 1x.
Everyone will be using a mid-speed BoP, and your DR & SR will be impacted by performance in this race.
There is light mechanical damage, light shortcut penalties, and penalties for collisions to worry about too.
Suzuka - 10 laps
The final race of the week puts Gr.2 cars around Suzuka for a 10-lap race. The 16-car field for this race will use a rolling start, and players will be on the Racing Soft car.
There's no mandatory pitstop, but tyre wear is set to 3x so your softs may not last very long. Fuel consumption is set to just 1x.
Once again everyone will be using a mid-speed BoP, with DR & SR being affected by your pace and safe driving in this race.
As always there is light mechanical damage along with light shortcut penalties. There are penalties for collisions and also pit lane line cutting so if you do make a stop be sure to stay on the correct side of the line!
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