GT7 Daily Races 24 October: A familiar feeling

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Another week, another set of Sport Mode races and this time it is the GT7 Daily Races 24 October.

This new trio of races will give you a tuning test along with some more traditional, dare we say repetitive, Gran Turismo offerings.

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We feel that Gran Turismo 7 is a failure, and one of the reasons is this sort of week from Sport Mode!

Table of Contents

Race A

Tokyo Expressway - Central Clockwise - 6 laps

The unranked race this week is a six-lap race around Tokyo Expressway in road cars under 600 PP.

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The current best car to use is an engine-swapped Cappuccino, otherwise the DP-100 VGT is also doing well.

GT7 Daily Races 24 October Race A

In this race you will have to be on the Sports Medium or Sports Soft tyre, and you'll need to get you car tuned down to below 600 PP.

There is 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear, and of course DR and SR are not affected by this race.

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Light mechanical damage is on, along with light shortcut penalties and collision penalties.

Race B

Trial Mountain - 5 laps

The first ranked race of the week is a five-lapper around Trial Mountain in Gr.3 cars.

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Drivers will be on the Racing Hard tyre, with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear.

GT7 Daily Races 24 October Race B

A mid-speed BoP is applied to the cars, while DR and SR will be impacted by your driving here!

Light mechanical damage is on, along with light shortcut penalties and collision penalties.

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Race C

Nurburgring - GP - 9 laps

The final race of the week puts you in Gr.4 cars around the Nurburgring GP layout for nine laps.

You can use the Racing Hard and Racing Medium tyre in this race, but you MUST use the Hard tyre. However, there are no mandatory pitstops but with 7x fuel consumption and 1x tyre wear it may take a few test runs to get the best race strategy for this one.

GT7 daily races 24 october race C
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Once again a mid-speed BoP is applied to your car, and there is light mechanical damage and light shortcut penalties.

There are also collision penalties, along with penalties for pit lane line cutting should you choose to make a stop.