A new week has arrived and as ever that means more Sport Mode races in Gran Turismo 7.
The new set of GT7 Daily Races takes players to the UK, Europe, and the USA with some awesome race scenarios.
There's no tuning challenge this week, so it's all about pure on-track speed! Let's see what is in store this week.
Brands Hatch - GP - 6 laps
This week's unranked race takes us to the Brands Hatch GP circuit to go racing in the 911 GT3 (996) '01.
The 12-car field will use a grid start, and players are restricted to using the Sports Hard tyre. There is 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for this race too.
A low-speed BoP is applied to all the Porsches and there is light mechanical damage and normal track limits.
There are also light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions in this race.
Dragon Trail - Gardens Reverse - 6 laps
The first ranked race of the week is a Gr.3 fight around Dragon Trail.
The 16-car field will use a rolling start so be sure to get a good qualifying lap or you will be miles off the front! Players will also be using the Racing Hard tyre. There is 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for this race too.
A mid-speed BoP is applied to all cars, and your performance in this race impacts DR and SR.
There is light mechanical damage and normal track limits here. This is along with penalties for shortcuts and collisions.
Big Willow - 15 laps
The final race takes us to Willow Springs' Big Willow layout for 15 laps in Gr.4 cars.
The 16-car field will use a rolling start, so again qualifying is crucial. Players can use the Racing Hard or the Racing Medium tyre, but the Hards are mandatory. There is 7x fuel consumption and 1x tyre wear for this race.
While pitstops aren't mandatory it will almost certainly be quicker to make one than try to eke out your fuel and tyres for 15 laps.
A mid-speed BoP is applied to all cars, and the race will impact your DR and SR.
There is light mechanical damage and normal track limits here, along with light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions.
There is also a penalty for pit lane line cutting so be sure you stay on the right side of it when you pit!