GT7 Daily Races 21 November: Fuelled to the finish

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As winter starts to set in there is still plenty of racing action to be had in the GT7 Daily Races 21 November.

Sport Mode's weekly refresh brings three new races to online multiplayer and offers the chance to drive an old icon of racing.

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There is also an update coming to Gran Turismo 7 this week. More on that later, but first let's take a look at the races you can take part in this week!

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Race A

Sardegna Road - A - 7 laps

The unranked race this week has no tuning component. Instead, Polyphony is putting players in a rarely-used car: The box-on-wheels that is the Chaparral 2J '70.

GT7 Daily Races 21 November Race A

Players will be on the Racing Hard tyre for all 7 laps of this one, with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear.

A high-speed BoP will be applied, while DR and SR will not be affected by the results of your race.

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There are light shortcut penalties and collision penalties are on.

Race B

Red Bull Ring - 7 laps

The first ranked race is a classic. You will be in Gr.3 cars around the Red Bull Ring for this 7-lap battle.

GT7 Daily Races 21 November Race B

A mid-speed BoP will be applied to all cars, with light mechanical damage also on.

There is 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear, along with light shortcut penalties and collision penalties for this race.

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Race C

Watkins Glen - 10 laps

The final race this week is a departure from the formula we have enjoyed for the last few weeks.

The 10-lap race around Watkins Glen in Gr.4 cars features 7x fuel consumption and 1x tyre wear.

GT7 Daily Races 21 November Race C

You will be on the Racing Hard tyre and there is no mandatory pitstop here, so it is all about saving fuel to avoid a costly stop.

A mid-speed BoP will be applied to all cars, with light mechanical damage also on.

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Light shortcut penalties and collision penalties are on for this race. If you do stop there is also a pit lane line cutting penalty so just watch out for that!

Update 1.26

A 25th Anniversary update is coming this week for Gran Turismo 7.

As usual, a cryptic tweet from Kazunori Yamauchi over the weekend revealed the silhouette of three cars that will be arriving in the game with the new update.

GT7 update 1.26 25th Anniversary

These cars have been identified as the iconic Ford Sierra RS Cosworth, the Nissan Silvia S14, and the BMW M2 Competition. We won't know if this is right until the update drops though.

As it is named the 25th Anniversary update we expect more than three cars to arrive though.

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While the anniversary isn't until 23 December, giving update 1.26 such a flashy name means we should get something extra. Maybe it will be a new track, or perhaps a fresh set of missions. What everyone is really hoping for though is the promised selling cars feature.

We expect the update to land on Gran Turismo 7 early on Thursday 24 November.