GT7 Daily Races 25 July: Monza Madness

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Monday brings a fresh set of Sport Mode races to enjoy, it's the GT7 Daily Races 25 July!

This week sees a tricky unranked battle and what is sure to be a very chaotic Race C.

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Here's what is in store for you!

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Race A

Streets of Willow Springs - 5 laps

The first race of the day in an unranked blast around the tricky Streets of Willow Springs in the Honda Civic Type R (EK) Touring Car.

GT7 Daily races 25 July Race A
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This race will feature a 12-car grid start and drivers will be on the Sports Hard tyres for five laps.

There is just 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear, along with light mechanical damage and light shortcut penalties.

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Race B

Circuit de Sainte-Croix - B - 3 laps

The first ranked race of the week is a 3-lap fight around Circuit de Sainte-Croix in Gr.4 cars.

The 16-car field will use a rolling start, so be sure to set a qualifying time.

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You will be on the Racing Hard tyres with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear. There are light mechanical damage and light shortcut penalties.

And of course BoP is on and both DR and SR will be affected.

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Race C

Monza - No Chicane - 12 laps

Monza is fast enough as it is, but this version removes the first chicane! That means there is just one heavy braking zone in the whole lap.

The final race is 12 laps of chaos on this layout in Gr.3 cars. There is 5x tyre wear and 1x fuel consumption. You will be on the Racing Hard tyre and there is no mandatory pitstop.

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There are light mechanical damage and light shortcut penalties. There's also a rolling start so again qualifying will be key!

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